Sunday, March 9, 2008

Easy Supper and Easy Clean Up!

This is my kind of supper. It was so easy and the clean up rocked. I got this idea from my friend Amber's blog. She had seen this done in the Kraft magazine with a taco flavor. I decided to try this with lemon pepper instead of an Italian theme. It was so good! I would add even more lemon pepper seasoning next time but the chicken was so tender and juicy. It will defintely be tried again.


Foil Packet Chicken
(source: Amber)

2 chicken breasts
2 tsp lemon pepper seasoning
1 sliced baking potato
salt and pepper
EVOO
1/2 onion sliced
foil

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Lay out two large sheets of foil. Slice potatoes and onions and place in bottom of foil. Place chicken, seasoned with lemon pepper and salt/pepper on top. Drizzle with oil and fold up in foil. Bake in oven for 30-35 minutes until chicken is no longer pink. Unfold foil and enjoy!


I served this with oven potatoes and onions. I sliced another potato very thin along with the other half of onion. I sprinkled it with salt, pepper, EVOO, and garlic powder and baked them along side the chicken. This gave us a bit more potatoes. :)

15 comments:

mrsdanigirl8 said...

This looks great and super easy! Glad to see some blog updates :)

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Mouse said...

I just found this blog today while desperately looking for a healthy meatloaf recipe.

Being a somewhat novice cook, myself, and needing to just cook for one - these are fantastic! I've bookmarked adn will be working my way through - this week is meatloaf, adn I think beef and broccoli next week! (Cook once, eat all week)

Thank you! and congrats on expecting (I'm a september baby myself, can't help but think it's going to be an awesome kid ;)

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Snooky doodle said...

that is a quick recipe !! :-)

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Toothfairyrecipes said...

Wow great idea for mid week supper, looks good too:-)
X M

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The Cooking Ninja said...

Looks delicious. :) I usually bake my salmon this way. My mom does pork ribs this way.

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Its a very yummy and healthy. these are fantastic! I have bookmarked and will be working my way through. Thanks for shearing.
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