plantcrone January 10, 2015
You al know that, when both mom and dad work full time there isn't a whole lota time to make fast was meals....this is one of the fastest and easiest 'in a packet' meal I've ever made!
I added a bit more onion and Honey BBQ sauce ( which I make from scratch and the whole family loves) and also added 1/2 a can of chopped medium chili peppers to spice it up a bit.
I did find the chicken got done prior to the potatoes so the next time I made it, I steamed the potato slices for 15 minutes before putting them into the aluminum pockets. I also added drained green beans and used russet potatoes instead of red. And a dash of Laurys Seasoning - can't do without that combo of spices in ANY meal!!
Basically it's a good multi purpose recipe that can be modified to suit your regional preferences. I do love the pre seasoned HUNT'S TOMATO WITH SPLICE BLENDS and have been using them since I saw them in the store...months..or maybe seasons?
I did delete the cheese.
Do enjoy this simple recipe
Just me in Ohio July 20, 2014
We tried this last night and it was just awesome! We eat a lot of chicken and this recipe is right up there with the best.
Kath November 02, 2013
I love quick and easy recipes and the taste was great! Very easy no casserole dish to wash!
Super Easy March 07, 2013
I tried this recipe last night for dinner and my family loved it. I did make a few changes by adding red peppers and red onion. I also seasoned the chicken with some grilling spices I had on hand and dipped it in the bbq sauce in which I had in a bowl. Oh so yummy. And leftovers are just as good today. :)
I will definitely add this to my recipe book.
Anonymous August 22, 2012
This was Good! Tasted like restaurant quality without the price. I forgot to to spray the foil or put down barbeque sauce prior to putting down the potatoes (I used a baking potato), but every thing turned out delicious. My husband even tried to sneak some of mine of the plate.
cooking grandma August 16, 2012
You can make a "tin foil dinner" with almost any meat and vegee combo you can think of. We have done them for many years when we go camping. the ones we always make are a seasoned hamburger patty, sliced potatoes, carrots and onions. They are wonderful cooked on the coals in a campfire or cooked in an oven.