Prep 5 mins
Cook 20 mins
From Reynolds Wrap recipe attached to a packet of chicken. I just made iewe's "Grilled Sweet-And-Sour Chicken Packets" and it worked so well that when I saw this recipe I just had to post it to keep it for next weeks dinner plans. I hope you enjoy it too.
- Preheat grill to a medium high heat.
- Tear foil into 12x18-inch sheets and spray each with non-stick spray.
- Center one chicken breast onto each sheet.
- Spoon 1/4 c pasta sauce over each chicken breast.
- Top each with some zucchini slices or broccoli florets.
- Sprinkle each with some parmesan cheese.
- Fold up sides and double fold the top and ends to seal each packet, leaving room for circulation inside.
- Grill 15-20 minutes in a covered grill until chicken reaches a temperature of 170 degrees at the thickest part.
- Cut small slits in top of foil to release steam.
- Either serve in foil packets or remove from pack and place chicken on some pasta noodles. Sprinkle with mozzarella cheese before serving.
Yum, this is great! Easy to make, easy to clean-up. I used Spaghetti Sauce Groundswell for the pasta sauce and used the zucchini option. Like previous reviewers mentioned, it would be easy to add additional veggies to the mix too. I'm interested in trying the mushroom idea next time myself. Thanks for sharing!
This was so GOOD!! I followed the recipe pretty much exactly, but I did roll my chicken in bread crumbs first. Also, instead of grilling I baked mine in the oven for about 30 minutes on 350. They came out wonderfully! I loved the zucchini with it. I served mine on some plain spaghetti noodles and it was so yummy. Such a simple recipe that will definitely become a regular.
Loved this wonderful packet, that spells E-A-S-Y with a capital *E*. I followed this exactly~except I put mine packet in the oven for 16 minutes ~ at 350 degrees. (preheated) came out, carefully put atop already cooked spaghetti noodles (made earlier in the day). You could not of gotten take-out this fast, and surely no better then this I used a combo of fresh zucchini/broccoli florets. A total joy to prepare with all the fun of cooking in 20 minutes tops. Thanks! HokiesLady! You made my day! Made for *Everyday is a Holiday* January 2009.