Creamy Sundried Tomatoes and Seeded Mustard Chicken


February 18, 2016

Creamy Sundried Tomatoes and Seeded Mustard Chicken 5 0 5 3
  • Prep: 10 mins
  • Cook: 2 hrs 30 mins
  • 10 mins

    2 hrs 30 mins

    2 hrs 40 mins

  • Yields: 4


2x Chicken Breast (Thighs can also be used)

250g Cream cheese

2 heaped tablespoons of Seeded Mustard

100 g (or as much as you prefer) of chopped Sun-dried Tomatoes

1x Teaspoon of crushed garlic (optional)

4x sprigs of spring onion

1/2 a cup of water

Serve with pasta or rice


1Chop the chicken (raw) and spring onions and place into slow cooker.

2Add cream cheese by chopping up the block (or roll) and spreading evenly into the slow cooker.

3Then proceed by adding the seeded mustard, sun-dried tomatoes, water and garlic.

4Set slow cooker on low and cook for approximately 2.5 hours .

5Stir every half hour once cream cheese has melted.

6Serve with pasta or rice.

Submitted by Danie Scuteri


11 Reviews

Sue Collins

October 14, 2020

Great recipe …really enjoyed it. I was given some sun dried tomatoes and it was a perfect way to use them.
Thoroughly recommend

Don’t see why not – assuming you don’t mind the extra salitness added with bacon

I would assume since it serves 4 and is with pasta that it’s definitely only 2 breasts as stated. But no reason you couldn’t increase those to your needs


August 10, 2020

Is it meant to be 2kg chicken breasts or just 2?


August 10, 2020

Can I use low fat cream cheese? And add bacon?


September 13, 2018

Delicious. I cooked for 4 hours like I usually do my chicken and added uncooked pasta in the last hour. Look forward to the leftovers for lunch

Danie Scuteri

October 9, 2016

Hey everyone, i didn’t realise i had messages sorry! Its not in the book, maybe next book ?

Lisa Davis

July 16, 2016

Delish. I added some asparagus too.


May 28, 2016

Is this recipe in the new Slow Cooker Central book?

I would use the type of mustard that has the whole mustard seeds in it – usually a jar form 🙂

Therese Haas

May 11, 2016

This sounds great and I’m about to make it. But what exactly is seeded mustard? Is that the brown mustard with seeds in it? Or is that whole mustard seed?

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