Agave Mustard Chicken with
Green Beans & Corn
Time: 10 Minutes
Yield: 4 Servings
(8 Item Recipe)
16 Organic Boneless Skinless Chicken Tenderloins
2 Tablespoons Organic Agave
2 Tablespoons Organic Dijon Mustard
2 Cups Organic Green Beans
2 Cups Organic Corn
Organic Garlic Powder
1 Teaspoon Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Freshly Ground Pepper
In large skillet on medium heat spread olive oil to assure non stick surface. Take tenderloins and line them up in pan so they can be easily turned. Sprinkle some garlic powder and pepper. Cook on each side for 3 minutes until golden. In a separate bowl mix agave and mustard mixing evenly. In two separate small pans cook green beans and corn while chicken is cooking until tender. When chicken is done brush both sides with agave mustard mixture.
This chicken dinner was made under $10 and is super healthy and fast. In under 10 minutes we prepared a healthy agave mustard chicken with great sides for 4 people. We picked up the organic frozen veggies both bags for under $3. We only used 1/2 the bag bringing this meals sides in at 1/2 of the $3 totaling $1.50 in veggies. The remaining budget went towards the chicken we picked up the $10 bag of Natures Rancher Tenderloins and used 1/2 of the package bringing the cost of the tenderloins to $5. The remaining cost were in the agave and stone ground mustard. We picked up both of these condiments for under $4 for a whole container of course we only used a couple spoonfuls leaving us with a cost of about $1 in condiments for the meal. The meal for 4 added up to $7.50. If you are cooking for more than 4 you can use all the veggies and 3/4 of the chicken to make 6 servings.
Super Affordable Meal for The Family:
**Cost per person for the Agave Mustard Chicken Plate Under $2 per person
for a healthy organic filling meal low in fat and high in nutrition.**
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I would like to know the amount of calories for the agave mustard chicken?
The Agave Mustard Chicken is 202 calories for 4-5 Chicken tenderloins. If the tenderloins are large its 202 for 4 if they are average medium size then 202 for 5 tenderloins. Hope this helps. Should you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to ask. Have a wonderful day and upcoming week. Thank you so much for visiting us we hope to see you back again.