Honey Mustard Chicken Thighs by The Paleo Kitchen

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I’ve been a fan of George’s (Civilized Caveman Cooking) and Juli’s (PaleOMG) sites for a long time, and so I was really excited when they decided to work together on a cookbook, The Paleo Kitchen.

They posted one of their delicious recipes (Cinnamon Chocolate Swirl Banana Bread) from The Paleo Kitchen here a few months ago, and I know a lot of people emailed me because they loved the recipe. So, I went and tested one of their recipes for dinner last night. It was one of the really easy ones (because I’m currently limited to the stuff they sell in a Tesco Express – a tiny supermarket in Edinburgh).


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The Honey Mustard Chicken Thighs recipe is super straight forward and uses a few simple but flavorful ingredients (AIP-friendly if you switch the dijon mustard to coconut aminos!).

First, there’s the marinade for the chicken (using lemon juice, olive oil, and garlic powder):
marinade for Honey Mustard Chicken Thighs from The Paleo Kitchen

marinade for Honey Mustard Chicken Thighs from The Paleo Kitchen

Then you cover the chicken in the marinade (I used chicken breast instead of chicken thighs because I couldn’t find chicken thighs at the small supermarket).
marinade for Honey Mustard Chicken Thighs from The Paleo Kitchen

And while the chicken is roasting away in the oven, there’s a nice sauce to you make by mixing together raw honey, dijon mustard (switch to coconut aminos for AIP), fresh garlic, and fresh thyme. (I couldn’t find any fresh thyme, so I used some fresh basil leaves instead, and it worked great!)
Honey Mustard Chicken Thighs from The Paleo Kitchen

And here’s the end dinner (with some boiled sweet potatoes and kale salad – the honey mustard sauce went well with the kale too).

Honey Mustard Chicken Thighs from The Paleo Kitchen

For this recipe and tons more amazing recipes (like Vanilla White Peach Muffins or Cinnamon Rolls), go get The Paleo Kitchen on Amazon.
the paleo kitchen cookbook by juli bauer and george bryant

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Comments

  1. Stacey says

    Is this one ok for AIP….? It came up on the list, but I thought we weren’t supposed to eat any seeds, which would include mustard, right? Just checking, because it looks delicious and I want to make it for dinner if I can eat it… : )

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