Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
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I've made this three times. First time followed recipe except used golden balsamic and added extra blueberries. My husband loved it. The next time substituted fresh lemon juice for the vinegar, cut back on the mustard, extra blueberries, and the zest of the lemon just before serving. DELICIOUS. I've also made it with pork chops and was delicious too!!!!
Delicious with turkey, as well.
This was so easy to make and very delicious. I followed the recipe exactly as written. The fresh basil added a nice flavor too.
Excellent! I used chicken tenders and cooked them up and let sit in the pan for 1/2 hour while I did something else. What it did was to create a lot more juice, which was great! I don't like dijon so didn't have any in the house so I used whole grain mustard. I added twice the blueberries. Yummy.
Holy smokes! This was awesome! It is one of the best recipes I have tried in a long time. The fact that it was simple and quick was an added bonus. I couldn't find plain raspberry vinegar at the store so I used the raspberry balsamic that I had on hand. I would do it exactly the same next time around, which I hope is soon.
I absolutely loved this recipe, as did my husband!!! I love blueberries any time but to have them at dinner was superb! So easy and delicious!!!
We loved this recipe! I substituted blueberry balsamic vinegar for the raspberry vinegar and grilled the chicken instead of pan-frying. I will definitely be making this again!
This recipe is really good, it is different, but good. I had company over when I made it and they said it was like something from a fancy place out to eat. The vinegar was a bit strong though and will be toning it down a bit the next time I make this dish.
We loved it! My husband was skeptical about blueberries with chicken and ended up loving every bite. I made with cheese tortellinis and corn on the cob. We felt like we ate at a five star restaurant.