Honey Mustard Chicken

So I've been slacking a little... but this post will be worth the wait! Adam has been a cooking machine, and his creativity has taken over our kitchen. Recently, he came up with this killer chicken recipe:

What you'll need (Adam makes everything to taste, so be lenient with the amounts - make sure you add enough to cover the chicken you're using...)
-1/4 c Stone ground mustard (we use Inglehoff)
-1/4 c local honey
-brown sugar to taste
-3-5 tbsp Worcestshire sauce
-salt and pepper
-1 tbsp lime juice
-sesame seeds
-Boneless, skinless chicken breasts (2)

Mix all the sauce ingredients (everything but chicken) in a bowl. Dice the chicken into bite-sized chunks, then cover with sauce until well coated. Cook in a medium saucepan on medium-high until the chicken is cooked through (about 10 minutes).

This goes so well with rice. Of course, with Chip's CSA, we always have a big mixed greens salad with it, and occasionally a side of sauteed spinach with olive oil and salt and pepper.

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