Spicy Chicken in Foil

Spicy Chicken in Foil created by SharleneW

Fast, tasty and easy--can't beat that. This is my husband's absolute favorite baked chicken. I serve with plain rice to soak up the wonderful juices. An easy dish backed in the oven, but also a great recipe to try over the coals when camping.

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1hr 25mins
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  • Put chicken on individual pieces of foil.
  • In a small bowl, combine the remaining ingredients; spoon over each piece of chicken.
  • Seal foil tightly and place on cookie sheet.
  • Bake for 15 minutes at 500°F.
  • Reduce heat to 350°F and continue baking for 20 to 30 minutes or until done. (It takes less time if you are using boneless, skinless breast pieces).
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"Fast, tasty and easy--can't beat that. This is my husband's absolute favorite baked chicken. I serve with plain rice to soak up the wonderful juices. An easy dish backed in the oven, but also a great recipe to try over the coals when camping."

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  1. laura.jones
    What a great recipe! I made it last night for 3 dinner guests. I ended up putting all 4 chicken breasts into a ceramic baking dish then covering it up with foil. It was delicious and Ill be making it again.
  2. kmdipaolo
    Easy to make and has a wonderful taste. Will definitely make again.
  3. SharleneW
    Spicy Chicken in Foil Created by SharleneW
  4. Sheila36
    I really enjoyed the flavor of this recipe. I made plain rice with it, and poured the juices over it. DH and son's thought there wasn't enough flavor, maybe I might try adding more cayenne or some tabasco sauce. Also next time I might try putting the chicken in a 13x9 dish and covering it instead of the individual foil.
  5. SharleneW
    Fast, tasty and easy--can't beat that. This is my husband's absolute favorite baked chicken. I serve with plain rice to soak up the wonderful juices. An easy dish backed in the oven, but also a great recipe to try over the coals when camping.
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