- Italian Chicken Foil Packs
We like our chicken dinners as juicy as we can get them. Cooking this Italian seasoned chicken and potatoes recipe in a little foil will be sure to seal in all the natural juices. The grocery shopping requires nothing fancy: chicken breasts, baby red potatoes, green bell pepper, yellow onion, and carrots. Skip the store-bought seasonings and rely on your spice rack to bring the flavor. If you want your inner Ina Garten to show, get creative with fresh lemon, fresh Italian flat-leaf parsley, grated Parmesan cheese, and red pepper flakes.
- Pesto Caprese Chicken in Foil
The right sauce can elevate any meal, and this time it’s pesto. We suggest making a homemade sauce over the store-bought stuff; beyond that, all you’ll need to master this is tomatoes, fresh mozzarella cheese, and basil. This recipe looks so insanely good it deserves to be showcased twice. Make extra for a lunch bag to take to the office.
- Grilled Honey Barbecue Chicken Foil Packets
Tuck into a piece of chicken slathered in a tangy honey and barbecue glaze made of apple cider, paprika, chili powder, barbecue sauce, and honey. This one comes together quickly on the grill (eight minutes to be exact) without getting sticky barbecue sauce everywhere—that all stays in your throwaway foil.
- Lemon Chicken and Asparagus Foil Packs
Including prep time, this lemony chicken foil only takes 30 minutes to get dinner on the table. While baking, be careful not to check on your masterpiece too much. If you must, check on the tenderness of the asparagus to test for readiness. Every time you fully open the foil packet, remember that you’re releasing all the steam that’s needed to fully cook the bird.
- Parmesan Chicken Foil Packets
We see this foil as a healthier version of a traditional chicken Parmesan because it’s all the cheese without any panko breading. That means gluten-free eaters can get in on it too. The recipe cooks up with zucchini, but the blogger also suggests using broccoli, mushrooms, asparagus, or summer squash instead.