Prep 5 mins
Cook 30 mins
We call these BBQ kisses because of the foil wrap similar to a candy kiss. Kinders BBQ Sauce is my sauce of choice but use whatever you like best. My brother uses Stubb's
- 453.59 g cubed cubed boneless skinless chicken breast
- 473.18 ml cubed potatoes
- 236.59 ml diced onion
- 236.59 ml barbecue sauce
- Stir together all ingredients in a medium bowl. Place equal amounts onto 4 large rectangles of heavy duty foil. Bring up sides of foil and fold over twice. Fold in ends, leaving room for air to circulate. Grill over medium heat for 30 minutes.
This was so easy and absolutely delicious. I used my home made barbecue sauce and added a few spices, because I just can't cook a meal without using spices, lol. This was very filling, too. I was full before I was half way done.
I do not have a small grill in my apartment and so I modified the recipe a little. I mixed everything as stated and went sans foil and cooked it on mid to slightly above mid-range heat in the largest pan I had (around number 5.5-6.5 range on my electric stove and lined the pan with a little butter...you could go with butter or olive oil, maybe even go without (if desired and/or depending on if your pans are non-stick or those black teflon pans) so you don't add any unneeded calories...I decided to add a little butter so the potatoes had a slight bit of butter and just to make sure it truly didn't stick due to the BBQ, as I ran out of cooking spray and I thought oil would not go well with the other flavors. It took me about 15-25 minutes maybe a bit longer. I also in a smaller pan cooked some mushrooms, peppers and cucumbers, with a bit of vegetable oil. I put some pepper and salt on the chicken. I added some rosemary, sage and a bit of oregano to the veggies I was cooking seperately. It turned out better than it sounds like it would in the original recipe. I also added a tiny bit of 4-cheese to the top of the potatoes and chicken. (I have a feeling you may also be able to adjust tos to an oven casserole of roast in a glass pan, but I'm not sure of the cooking temperatures. Might also make a good slow roast chicken soup, but substitute the BBQ for chicken stock/broth and toss in the veggies I used in any amounts you may/may not want and maybe add some celery and carrots.)
This has a good flavor and was quick and easy to make, however it stuck to the foil and the sauce burned. I cooked it on med-low and left it for 28 minutes (didn't open and check it). Next time I will use non-stick spray and try the foil bags; since they seal on the end rather than the top the packet can be flipped halfway through. Made for PRMR.