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dijon dill cream sauce

Desciption

dijon, cream and dill combine in a smooth sauce, perfect over breaded chicken cutlets.

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Steps

  1. Place chopped onion in sauce pan with chicken broth
  2. And boil on medium high heat until most broth is absorbed and onions are thoroughly soft
  3. Add heavy cream
  4. Reduce heat to medium
  5. And reduce by approximately 1 / 4
  6. Or until mixture is of the consistency you want for sauce
  7. Stir in mustard and chopped dill and serve

Step 3

Total Time in Minute 35

Ingredients Count 5

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Ingredients

Onion

Chicken broth

Heavy cream

Dijon mustard

Dill weed

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