The leaves are falling....
which means it's the perfect time to hit those grills.
Have you ever grilled a whole dinner?
My brother invited me over for a grilled foil pack dinner.
I had chicken pieces marinating,
so I grabbed my chicken and drove 70 all the way there.
My brother makes the best grilled foil packs.
I cut up 3 boneless skinless chicken breasts into chunks.
And for the life of me, I can't remember what I was going to use
this chicken for.
All I know is where it ended.
In my brother's foil pack.
I used Vidalia Onion Vinaigrette dressing to marinate the chicken in.
This may be a little tricky to complete for some of you.
My brother used an infra-red grill.
He put carrots, potatoes, onion, mushrooms, and my chicken
into a casserole size deep foil pan that had been rubbed with
olive oil (maybe 2 TBS).
Threw in some salt and pepper, covered it tightly with
aluminum foil, and placed it in a 450 degree infra-red grill.
He left it in the grill for 50-60 minutes, shaking it occasionally,
(every 15 minutes).
He also told me that this can be made in the oven.
The infra-red grill at 450 degrees is equivalent to
a 375-400 degree oven.
So, lookie there.....you can make this in your ovens.
This recipe is linked to:
Foodie Friends Friday