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Chicken and Asparagus with Creamy Dijon Sauce

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  • Greenline
  • This recipe was really good. I followed the recipe exactly with a couple of slight modifications. I used Fat Free Sour cream (that is all I had) and dried tarragon. It turned out fine and the sauce did thicken with a touch of flour. Tasty and healthy. Oh yeah, I did make brown rice with it because there was extra sauce.

    Greenline
  • Easy to make, low fat, and i couldnt believe the taste, my 2 year old daughter likes it. We make it once a week. So easy to do.

    Greenline
  • Very good and easy to make. All who had ate enjoyed.

    Greenline
  • When you make this, it's hard to believe that something so powerfully delicious can be so low in calories! It was FANTASTIC! We had a guest over and were watching rugby and she kept raving about how sinfully delicious it was. I'll definitely make this again. But I added just a smidgen more oil, twice the fat-free sour cream, dijonaisse (which really adds to the creamy flavor), and served it over pasta. It coats the pasta very well.

    Greenline
  • Easy to prepare. Excellent flavor. This is a favorite of my family!

    Greenline
  • My husband and I both absolutely LOVED this recipe. The flavor was good and it was so easy to prepare. We liked it so much that we made it again, but we substituted brussel sprouts for the asparagus since we were looking for a new way to cook brussel sprouts. It was just as good with the brussel sprouts as it was with the asparagus.

    Greenline
  • This was delicious! I used non-dairy, lowfat, rice based sour cream and it came out just as creamy and tasty.

    Greenline
  • I must confess that I made two modifications. I used chicken thigh meat instead of cutlets and used full-fat sour cream. The recipe was simple to make and delicious. Perhaps a bit more mustard (or grainy mustard) and just a bit less of the fresh tarragon might have been more to my taste, but I would certainly make it again and add it to my list of dishes to use when entertaining!

    Greenline