Wednesday, April 1, 2009

French Onion Chicken Parcels....easy and tasty...

This was the pretty sky that greeted me this morning when I returned home from my walk.
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My yellow carpet rose - I love yellow roses!
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This was dinner last night.
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FRENCH ONION CHICKEN PARCELS
Chicken breast for each person
onion, diced
bacon, chopped
tomato, sliced
cheese, grated
french onion soup mix
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On a sheet of foil, then a piece of baking paper, assemble the chicken breast and top with onion, bacon, sprinkle of soup mix, tomato then cheese.
Carefully fold the foil loosely around the chicken making a neat parcel.
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At this stage, you could refrigerate until needed. eg. make at lunch time then cook for dinner later.
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Bake in a 180C oven for about 30-40 minutes (depending on thickness/size of chicken breast).
Serve with salad and baked potatoes. Apart from the low fat cheese, I did not use any oil at all.
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Enjoy!
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We are in for a warm one today (about 30C) so I'd better get to work so I can get home a bit early today.
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Cheers - Joolz

8 comments:

  1. That chicken looks delicious. I am going to try this recipe for tomorrow nights tea/dinner.

    Thanks for sharing this recipe Joolz.

    xTania

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  2. Of course, you can add other things to it like olives, basil, corn, avocado. Whatever takes your fancy. It was yummy and I like it because you can prepare ahead.

    Cheers - Joolz

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  3. I love the photo of the pinkish sky. Can I save and use as my desktop wallpaper.

    I have become addicted to the 'Bubbles' game.lol. though I've put it at the bottom of my page.

    I enjoy reading your posts.

    Frances

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  4. These look delicious... and best of all, quick and easy !
    Thank you for sharing this!

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  5. Thank you so much Joolz for this quick and easy recipe. I've been looking for different quick things that my children will eat. This looks great and I could organise it in the morning and leave it to them in the evening. I will definately be trying this.
    I have a couple of quick and easy recipes to share on my blog too.
    Fee xx

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  6. That sky is so peacefull looking, fancy starting your day looking at that...
    Will be giving the parcels a go for tea one night next week......
    Mandy

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  7. Lovely photos Joolz!The chicken looks so yummy too.I dont eat much of it but when I do wouldnt mind trying this.

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  8. Hi Joolz I bought the stuff for this today so guess what is for dinner tonight?? Thanks for the reciepe I have made most of yours as you seem to eat/like the same stuff we do.

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