Introducing Momma Chef: Bringing you fabulous recipes using less than 6 ingredients and under 6 minutes of prep time!

How easy is it to make dinner while holding a 4-year-old on your hip, calming a 7-year-old throwing a tantrum and helping a 12-year-old with his homework? Sound familiar? Well I have finally mastered a way to serve a fabulous meal with little effort and few ingredients. My recipes are simple and delicious, using no more than six ingredients and under six minutes of prep time.  It will look like you’ve spent hours in the kitchen with help from Momma Chef. Prepare to impress, starting with this easy and delicious Honey-Mustard Curry Chicken Recipe.

Honey-Mustard Curry Chicken 


2-3 pounds bone-in chicken  

¾ cup honey

¼ cup Dijon mustard

¼ cup olive oil

2 tablespoons curry powder

1 teaspoon salt 

Directions: Mix oil, honey, mustard, curry and salt in disposable pan. Add chicken to the pan and spread honey mustard mixture all over the chicken. Place chicken evenly around pan with skin-side up. Bake uncovered at 400 degrees for 1 hour.   

  • Tips:
  • If If you think you don’t want to make this because you don’t like curry, I promise you will still love this! Friends who were resistant to try this because of the curry now make this dish weekly for their family!  
  •  If you like a crispy skin, broil the chicken the last 5 minutes until skin had browned.
  • Serve the sauce on the side as a gravy.

About Momma Chef… I am a Chicago mom of three active boys (ages 12, 8 and 5).  Although I often feel like I’m struggling with some aspect of parenting, my one sanctuary is the kitchen. My children liked different foods and were constantly requesting a variety of things for dinner. I used to tell them, “I am not an octopus with eight arms who can make eight different meals.” Over time, I figured out a way to make food they all love by developing easy, quick recipes. That led to the creation of my blog, Momma Chef, for parents like me. Connect with Momma Chef on Facebook!

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