Recipe by Kim Jett
"This recipe makes one chicken kiss per person. So you need to do this for as many people you are serving. Sometimes I add pineapple slices and carrots. Be careful when opening these packages as steam escapes and can burn! Make sure you are using a heavy duty foil."
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skinless, boneless chicken breast half - cut into bite-size pieces
potato, peeled and cubed
green bell pepper, chopped
We took these camping and everyone enjoyed them. I was lucky enough to find some baby red potatoes that were all about the size of jumbo olives. I rubbed them with olive oil, garlic powder, and italian seasoning before putting them in the foil. I believe the seasoning on the spuds really added to the entire dish. It was great, and cleanup was a breeze! Thanks Kim.
I'm only giving this three stars because I don't understand how the potato could possibly be cooked through at the same time as the chicken. I opted to par cook the potato first. This was simple, easy and pretty good.
This was great! Added sliced baby carrots and substituted red and yellow bell peppers for the green. Found that spraying the foil before loading the ingredients really helped it release from the foil. I'm anxious to try this again, adding pineapple.
This is a great way to grill chicken and have it turn out moist and tender! My kids are fussy and didn't want to eat the chicken with the onions and peppers, but they loved helping me assemble the "kisses". I cut baby potatoes into small cubes and left the packages on the grill for 45 minutes and everything was cooked perfectly!
I love foil wrapped meals. I didn't have bbq sauce, but had some Cajun garlic sauce which worked well. I also added some chopped garlic and chili pepper. Next time I'll use some fresh herbs and lemon. A nice base recipe!
Really quick and easy. Great for camping! The potatoes came out a little under-done. I'll make sure to put them on the bottom of the kiss next time to see if that helps
I didn't get this quite right but I am going to give it a 4 anyways. I do this normally w/o the chicken and BBQ sauce and we love it. Definately will make again tho.. One tip.... when wrapping the food in tinfoil, put a damp paper towel between the two pieces of tinfoil. It helps keep moisture in.
Pretty darn tasty. I should have used some cooking spray. My chicken got stuck to the foil, but other than that these were easy, fun, and yummy.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 17
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