French Fridays: Chicken with Mustard from My Paris Kitchen

David Lebovitz Chicken with Mustard from My Paris Kitchen on eatlivetravelwrite.comThis week’s recipe for Cook the Book Fridays from David Lebovitz’s My Paris KitchenChicken with Mustard – is notable for two reasons:

  1. It’s the recipe on the cover of the book and
  2. It’s our FINAL RECIPE from this book

Yup – since February 2016, twice a month I’ve blogged about the recipes from David Lebovitz’s My Paris Kitchen (you can read all the posts here) and today is the last time I’ll be recording that journey 🙁

We deliberately left this recipe until last as it’s the “cover” recipe (like we did for Around my French Table) and I’m so glad we did. It’s my idea of the perfect French chicken dish. Simple (to prepare and ingredients) but so flavourful – chicken is seared then braised with herbs, onion, mustard and bacon and the dish is finished off with a little heavy cream. Simple perfection. This has been on repeat in our house since the first time we made it!

Thanks, David for a fun and educational 3+ years of recipes and many, many bookmarked to make again or as “go to” recipes (hello salted caramel mousse).

Get the recipes for David Lebovitz’s Chicken with Mustard on page 169 of My Paris Kitchen.


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9 Responses to French Fridays: Chicken with Mustard from My Paris Kitchen

  1. Mr. Neil August 2, 2019 at 02:58 #

    Well it has to be said – I’ve made this twice for guests in the last month. Once as I dashed home from work on a Friday eve.

    Not only was this delicious, but I was able to impress my guests with culinary skills far more than I deserved: it truly is a simple recipe to make! 🙂

    As Mardi says, flavourful in an oh-so-French way. Definite repeat, and even if you don’t have guests – a big batch provides great lunch leftovers.

  2. cheznana August 2, 2019 at 09:01 #

    Congratulations Mardi, it was a fun book to cook thru. Looking forward to following you with Dorie’s book. So far all those recipes have been winners, even the ones I thought wouldn’t work, actually did and were great.

  3. Cakelaw August 2, 2019 at 09:02 #

    Congrats on finishing the book. This dish sounds devine!

  4. Margrét Jóhanna August 2, 2019 at 09:39 #

    Congratulations on making all the recipes in the book. Your dish looks great!

  5. Trevor SIs Boom August 2, 2019 at 16:09 #

    Congrats! Another book done! I’ve enjoyed reading along on this ride!

  6. Emily August 3, 2019 at 06:40 #

    Lovely journey for this book, and onwards with ED!

    Your chicken pieces are nicely browned! An easy and delicious chicken dish, another go to recipe.

  7. Katie August 4, 2019 at 11:39 #

    Congrats, Mardi! It’s pretty incredible your dedication to cooking through all of these different projects! As for this particular dish, I agree that it is really just fabulous.

  8. Candy August 4, 2019 at 13:19 #

    Wasn’t this great Mardi? And I agree with Mr. Neil – it made exceptional leftovers, and is a great company dish! Well done!

  9. Shirley @ EverOpenSauce August 4, 2019 at 18:29 #

    This is an tremendous effort to have finished every recipe in the book. You’ve done them well too —consistently. Kudos to you!

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