From the Kitchens of Terri Bergman
This was an absolute family favorite dish for both kids and parents! You can make ahead, pop in oven when you get home, and opening the pouch is just fun, not to mention the smells are heavenly! It’s important to cut all ingredients thin or julienned and presto – go from there! When I sat down to share this family recipe I had to call my son to ask how long in the oven! All in the family!
Level: Intermediate-you got this!
4 Whole boneless chicken breasts
4 Carrots, peeled and julienned
1 Red Pepper, seeded and julienned
8 Green Onions (bottom halves, cleaned and sliced but not thru the end)
Top green halves chopped medium and served with sauce as garnish
½ Red Onion medium chop
4 Potatoes Med, julienned
4 Tbsp Soy Sauce
The Amazing Rub
Preheat Oven to 375 degrees
Split the whole chicken breasts in 4 slices each, making 16 thin slices
Cut 8 Pieces of Parchment and or Alum Foil, great materials to build a pouch for each packet.
Parchment size 12 x 12
Place 2 thin chicken slices in each square, top with carrots, red pepper, 1 green onion bottom, Some red onion, julienned potato slices. Dress with Soy Sauce, Sesame oil, 1 tsp Amazing Rub. Form a packet as shown, making sure the sides and top are well sealed. Continue to create 8 packets. It is best to cook these 4 to a baking sheet, having room between each.
Bake in the 375 degree oven approx 45 minutes. Set aside to cool a little, and serve a packet per plate, and let each person open their own packet, the aroma is always wonderful.
I do like to serve this dish with salt/pepper at the table and a quick version of Yum-Yum Sauce we make as follows:
KB YUM YUM SAUCE
1 C Mayo
2 Tbsp Ketchup
1 Tbsp The Amazing Rub
2 tsp Vinegar (rice)
2 Tbsp Water (or more if needed)
*Only For heat lovers …add ½ tsp Blazing Belle or Cayenne/optional