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Honey Mustard Chicken is an easy delicious dinner! This one you will have it ready from start to finish in less than 30 minutes.
Honey Mustard Chicken Dump Meal
Almost two years later and we still use the Instant Pot pressure cooker almost every night. If it isn’t cooking up the whole meal it is at least making a side dish. Be sure to check out my family’s favorite pressure cooker recipes.
We are a huge fan of the dump meals. At the beginning of the week, we fill a series of gallon zip lock bags with meat, spices, sauces and other ingredients and freeze. When it is dinner time we take the frozen meal out of the freezer, remove from the bag and place the contents in the Instant Pot and cook. I add 10 mins to the cooking time when frozen.
Very little prep one day of the week gives you hassle-free meals all week long with no planning or prep. The best part is they don’t have to be thawed first so if you forget to remove from the freezer you can still easily get dinner on the table.
Instant Pot Honey Mustard Chicken Recipe
Honey Mustard Chicken
Only three ingredients needed for this tasty chicken dinner!
- 4 chicken breasts
- 1/2 cup mustard
- 1/2 cup honey
- 1/2 cup water place inside the instant pot
Add chicken breasts, mustard, and honey to your Instant Pot, along with 1/2 cup of water
Cook for 10 minutes on high pressure, or 20 minutes for frozen. If you have time allow 10 minutes for natural release. This will make meat more tender
Remove chicken from sauce, cut in cubes if desired. Add cubed chicken back to the sauce and serve over rice or noodles.
DUMP MEAL INSTRUCTIONS
When making this as a dump meal, cut chicken into 1 1/2 inch - 2-inch cubes before freezing. Place all ingredients except water inside a 1-gallon zip lock bag. When ready to cook place 1/2 cup water inside the Instant Pot then the frozen chicken, mustard, and honey mixture. Cook at high pressure for 20 minutes. If you have time a 10-minute natural release will give a more tender meat. It is still delicious if you have to do a quick release.
I have a free printable got to guide for Instant Pot cooking times. Print it off and hang it inside your cabinet door as a handy reference!