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  • on February 01, 2014

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    Very average dish! Not something I would make again. It wasn't bad...just not up to Rachel Ray standards. I thought the mustard and tarragon was an odd addition to the dish. Maybe it would have been better without it or in smaller doses. But I'll never know since I won't be making it again. There's too many really good recipes out there to repeat one that's just so-so.

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  • on October 30, 2013

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    It wasn't a bad dish but it won't be one of my go-to dishes for the "wow factor". I felt it was lacking flavor believe it or not. I did follow the recipe to a T.

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  • on September 03, 2012

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    Love this recipe! Perfect week night meal for me. I used rotisserie chicken from the store, tarragon and not dill (that's just my preferenc and omitted the mustard all together. So good! Perfect one pot meal.

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  • on July 02, 2012

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    Recipe worked out well, very tasty! I would recommend using a full cup of white wine instead of 1/2 cup, and a full 2 cups of chicken stock. I'm not a mustard fan, but I try to have an open mind with recipes so used 4-5 teaspoons of Grey Poupon Dijon mustard when I made this dish. I think I would have liked it better with just two teaspoons of mustard, but even with the 4-5 teaspoons it was ridiculously tasty. I used chopped tarragon as the fresh herb, the licorice flavor was nice but I could imagine how dill would complement the dish. Will definitely make this again, it requires a lot of chopping but once that is done the cooking is easy!

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  • on March 11, 2012

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    ....I forgot to buy the chicken stock (substituted by H2O, but this recipe still gave me one of the tastiest dishes I have made

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