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What better way to end this beautiful holiday weekend than a nice family dinner with all our ethnic food? My brothers were visiting, and there is no Haitian gathering without our famous fried plantains. I thought it would be nice to serve them with a delicious “Chicken Moutarde” that I usually serve with toast.
Chicken Moutarde with Fried Plantain
2 tbs of vegetable oil
4 whole boneless chicken breasts, skinned, and cut into small strips
¼ cup seasoned flour
½ cup dry white wine
1/3 cup finely chopped shallots
1 cup heavy cream or half and half
2 tbs Dijon mustard
Salt and pepper to taste
Using a meat tenderizer, pound chicken fillets to even and dust them with the seasoned flour
In a skillet, heat the oil over medium heat, add the chicken and sauté until they are golden brown.
Remove them from the pan and set them aside in a warm place.
Pour off the fat. Add the shallots and deglaze the pan with the wine. Reduce by half.
Add the cream and reduce until thickened.
Add the mustard to the sauce. Pour in any juices which have collected under the chicken. Add the chicken in the sauce and stir until they are coated with the sauce.
Heat through, place the chicken in the middle of 2 fried plantains and serve.
I hope you had a wonderful weekend and remember to give me some feedback on that recipe.
That looks delicious 🙂 Great post!
Thank you, Aga!
My mouth just started watering, looks delicious will have to add it to my meal plan for the week.
Hope you enjoy it, Evan!
It looks tasty and easy to make. I am tired of the usual Sunday dishes i will try this recipe next week leat see if my parents will like 🙂
Hope they will, Alessia!
It looks delicious. We usually eat plantains as a side dish, never this way. So this is definitely something new. Thanks for sharing.
MMM this looks delicious!!!
I would surely try this out this weekend.
Go for it, Neil!
This look so delicious. Can’t resist them coated in sauce. Thank you, definitely will try out on this Saturday.
Hope you like it, Arun!
Great recipe ! thanks for sharing !
Wow, something seems Delicious <3 i really love the pictorial explanation !! great work
Thank you, Kriti!
I will have to try this! If you follow my Instagram I put a pic up of Baked Ziti it came out delicious. Thanks for sharing!
I just liked the baked ziti pic. Thanks
It looks yum!!! Thanks for the step wise photographs
You are welcome, Pia!
I love it! Plantains are a great substitute to higher carb bread!
Looks nice but I’m a vegetarian.
I enjoyed it for you, share some vegetarian recipes with me.
I am often looking at new ways to use chicken, this sounds amazing and will be trying it x
It sure is a new way!
Looks yummy. I now feel hungry. *tears*
It was very yummy, Viano
This looks delicious. I must admit I have never actually tied plantain, I have seen it in the market before, I must buy some next time.
Try and let me know how it turns out, Mandi.
Mmm.. This looks yummy 🙂
You made me hungry 🙂
It was indeed yummy.
This looks delicious. I am eating more chicken now I am changing my diet and I am looking for some new recipes 🙂 Thank you for sharing 🙂
This looks so delicious! I haven’t heard of this until now. I would like to try it someday… This weekend maybe. Thank you for the recipe!! <3
Try and let me know, Polly!
This looks delicious! And I love plantains I think it adds wonderful flavour to food, especially savoury dishes.
I agree, Joline!
YES! This looks absolutely delicious, I’m all over this. Thanks for the recipe and walking me through this step by step!
Thank you, Christopher!
This sounds good – my hubby and daughter would love this dish! I’ve never had plantain before (you don’t really see them much in the UK) so would love to give it a try…
Time to taste some plantains, Kate!
This sounds delicious! I’ll admit, I’ve never had fried plantains before, and wouldn’t have thought to put chicken between them. I think my boys would like this so we will have to try it.
You should go by me, and enjoy some fried plantains, Stephanie, we fry both, the green and the sweet plantains.
Your timing is impeccable. We are having a small get together with some friends this Friday and were in search of some new ideas. TY!
This looks so delicious! My mouth is watering and I just got hungry looking at these photos
They are delicious!
Yummy recipe makes me feel hungry! I love a chicken recipe I would love to try this at home 🙂
You should try, Maysz!
Wow! Another chicken recipe I haven’t tried – I wouldn’t definitely missed trying this out. Thanks for sharing!
Thank you, Liz!
I have never heard of this but it sounds super good! I will def be giving this a try sometime
It’s a great appetizer to serve, Neely!
Woah, this looks yumm. I will surely try to make this on my free time.
Hope you like it, Anshul!
My kids would absolutely love these. This would disappear in no time at our house! This is my kind of weekend treat.
Like it did, in my house, Alexandra!
Oh this sounds delicious. I love fried plantains but haven’t mixed it with a chicken before.
It’s a delicious combination, Angela!
Now that what is a great weekend dish! Mouth-watering and delicious.
Thank you, Pooja!
You know what…I have been looking for some plantain recipes. So happy to have come across this post. Shall try this recipe soon!
This both looks and sounds delicious, Marjie! My hubby made a Cuban beef dish the other night with plantains, and the girls both turned up their noses at the plantains, so I may have to try this in about a month when they’re both at camp and we’re on our own! 🙂
You should share that Cuban recipe with me, Flossie!
This looks simply irresistible. Thanks for sharing this awesome recipe.
Thank you, Bindu!
This looks so so delicious!! Bookmarking this page now!!!
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Thank you, Diane!
Great recipe! This looks really delicious. I would love to have this on the weekend.
They are delicious, Jasmine!
Already feeling hungry.Gotta try the recipe.
Let me know, how yours turns out!
Looks delicious! Thanks for sharing!
Thank you, Hailey
This looks really yummy! What sides do you recommend for this?
The possibilities are endless, Aisssami, that day, we had some rice and vegetables.
This look so good! I love, love fried plantain!
What a great combination! I will definately serve it at my next party
I love how i came across this post while i am eating plantain haha. This looks so good, i can’t wait to try it
Give it a try and let me know.