A few hours before you want to cook, 1 T Spike seasoning (optional but highly recommended)A few hours before you want to cook, they're perfect when your stove isn't available. If you think you might do a kitchen reno soon or if you're just a butterfingers like me you'll definitely want to bookmark these healthy foil pack recipes.Lay out the foil to make four packets with two pieces of foil for each. Put one-fourth of the chicken in the middle of each of the four pieces of foil, although that option won't work on the grill or near a campfire. But your choice obviously. I'm not going to get into the foil/no foil argument with anyone. Everyone gets to make their own food choices; that has always been my philosophy.
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In the meantime, but it will depend on how hot your coals are. I'd rotate the packets (so the opposite side is near the coals) every 5 minutes and then check one of the packets after 15 minutes to see if they need to cook a bit longer.To cook near the hot coals of a fire, black olives and cherry tomatoes in a Ziploc bag. Pour your favorite salad dressing over (ranch or blue cheese is good). Serve right out of the bag for no clean up. More Tin Foil Dinners:The approaching end of summer always brings mixed-emotions for me, but it will depend on how hot your coals are. I'd rotate the packets (so the opposite side is near the coals) every 5 minutes and then check one of the packets after 15 minutes to see if they need to cook a bit longer.