After a few months of grilling, our routine can get
pretty boring if we don't shake things up. Well, if
that happens to you, then let me introduce you to
something called foil-packet cooking. And in case
you're not that familiar with it, let me show you
what I mean with a simple chicken dish that always
earns a double thumbs up. We start by placing a skinless,
boneless chicken breast on a piece of aluminum foil,
and seasoning it with salt and pepper. Now to make
this super fresh tasting, we top the chicken with
some thin strips of sun-dried tomatoes, diced canned
green chilies and a healthy portion of frozen corn.
Now we sprinkle each with cumin and chili powder,
then loosely fold over the foil, sealing the edges,
and it's ready for the grill. Doesn't get easier than
that. You can also make these right in your oven.
Either way, it only takes a few minutes and dinner
is done: no flipping, no stirring, no clean up. Make
sure you're careful when you open these up, because
they'll be toasty. Then, serve them topped with a
bit of shredded Mexican cheese to make them even more
fun. I hope you'll go online today to get our recipe
for our "Southwestern Chicken Packets," so you can
shake up your grilling routine with something new.
I'm Howard from the Mr. Food Test Kitchen, where every
day we're looking for a different way for you to say
"OOH IT'S SO GOOD!!"