Chicken Drummettes Baked in a Honey Mustard Gyoza Sauce

This is a simple weeknight meal that uses a few ingredients and the oven does most of the work for you. I generally have several bottles of various sauces, dressing, etc. in my fridge and need to use them before they go bad. Since, I don’t like to throw away my various food items, I use them before I loose them. This recipe is based on the concept of use it before you lose it.  Serve as an appetizer or a main course.


1 – 1 lb. of chicken drummettes, fresh in your poultry section not frozen
2/3 cup jarred gyoza dipping sauce
1/3 cup of jarred honey mustard
Honey for dipping (about a ½ cup)
Non-stick cooking spray


Whisk the gyoza dipping sauce and the honey mustard in a medium bowl. Spray the Dutch oven or large pot with non-stick cooking spray. Add drummettes in to Dutch oven and pour sauce over them, mix slightly, cover and place into a preheated oven at 375 degrees for 1 hour or until the sauce sticks easily to the drummettes and the meat easily comes off the bone. Place on a serving dish with honey and serve.

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