|This was Vinny/Tiana's, which included no spice except a little salt and pepper.|
I forgot until last week, when I had a fridge full of randomness- frozen chicken breasts and several almost empty bags of vegetables. Hmm.... foil feast? So we gave it a shot. It was nothing exciting... just a bunch of odds and ends really... but the results were... WOW!
Essentially, its just meat and veggies that steam in an aluminum foil packet on the grill. The beauty of it though is that each person's packet can be individualized. I also found that the meat cooks much faster and stays much juicier.
|This was my packet, which I covered in Cachere's Cajun seasoning. Yum.|
The first time, we had some carrots, corn, peas, red potatoes, onions, and boneless skinless chicken breasts. Vinny doesn't like his food spicy or flavorful, but Marc and I do, so Vinny's got a little salt and pepper, while ours got Cajun seasoning and garlic powder.
I folded up the packets and threw them on the grill for about 10 minutes on each side. The Family Fun recipe recommends about 15 minutes, but I wanted to be sure that they cooked completely through and got a little bit of roasty flavor, so I gave it a little longer.
|Just wrap the foil packets up and throw them on the grill.|
|The finished product, fresh off the grill.|
|Mommy's yummy bowl.|
|Even Tiana liked it!|