Honey Mustard Chicken and Vegetables (One Pan)
Honey Mustard Chicken and Vegetables is a flavorful comfort meal that cooks up in one pan. A rich honey mustard sauce nestles in with the potatoes, greens beans, and crispy-skinned chicken for a complete meal!
With almost three weeks of school under our belts, we are gaining a new rhythm for our family once again. Earlier to bed, earlier to rise. Packing lunches. Checking off homework assignments. Sports and music practices. A part-time job for our oldest (a junior in high school)…on top of a mountain-high pile of homework that includes three AP classes.
It’s hectic. There’s no way around it.
When I’m able to slip in a coffee date with a friend, it truly feels like a gift.
During the busy school season, it’s more important than ever to make sure I have a line-up of easy dishes to set on the table for our family. This Honey Mustard Chicken and Vegetables comes together easily, and dirties just one pan. It’s a meal that’s big on flavor and comfort, perfect for this season.
* This is a sponsored post, created in partnership with Gold’n Plump®.
I like to keep Gold’n Plump Chicken Drumsticks in the freezer for easy meals. Thighs are also a favorite. I’ve always preferred the more flavorful dark meats.
For easy meals during the grilling season, we simply brush the drumsticks with olive oil, sprinkle with salt and pepper, and grill until they’re mostly cooked. Then we slather on some barbecue sauce and finish up the grilling, waiting for the skin to get perfectly crispy and the sauce darkened and caramelized. It’s one of my favorite simple grilled meals.
This honey mustard chicken recipe brings the drumsticks back into the kitchen, a great dish for the cooler months ahead.
Honey Mustard Chicken
I like that the drumsticks from Gold’n Plump are hearty, with a good amount of meat. And they are highly trimmed by hand – which means less prep work for me.
To start, I brush each of the drumsticks with just a bit of olive oil. And then I sprinkle them with garlic powder, kosher salt, and freshly ground black pepper.
Then the drumsticks hit the hot skillet, to brown and crispify the skin.
A rich honey mustard sauce (I love to include a touch of sweet curry!) nestles the potatoes and green beans in with the browned chicken drumsticks. And then it all cooks in the oven together in one skillet. This is a wonderfully flavored honey mustard recipe.
When the potatoes are fork-tender, and the chicken is fully cooked with an irresistible crispy skin, the skillet is ready to set on the table.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 481
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Be sure to check out a few more chicken recipes I’ve created for Gold’n Plump:
- Grilled Chicken Skewers with Green Curry Yogurt Sauce
- Chicken Chimichurri Soup with White Beans
- Grilled Hawaiian Chicken Chili Kebabs
And a few more recipes using chicken drumsticks, with inspiration from my friends:
- Grilled Maple Dijon and Chili Chicken Drumsticks from Cookin’ Canuck
- Potato Chip-Bisquick Oven “Fried” Drumsticks from Noble Pig
- Crispy Baked Buffalo Drumsticks from All Day I Dream About Food
At Gold’n Plump, good chicken is their mission. Raised on family farms in Minnesota and Wisconsin, Gold’n Plump chickens are cared for with fresh, filtered water and locally sourced nutritious feed. Their chickens are raised with No Antibiotics-Ever.
This post is sponsored by Gold’n Plump. I am honored to partner with them again this year to bring you delicious new chicken recipes from our kitchen and backyard grills. All opinions are 100% my own, as always. Thank you for supporting the brands that help make this site possible.
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