Any idea or gadget that makes dinner easier is a winner in my book. That's why I often use the pouch or pack method when cooking. Simply use a piece of foil to create a self-containing pack for a one-dish meal. There's literally no clean up.
My most recent packet meal was salmon with fresh veggies. I placed a mixture of olive oil, asparagus and red bell peppers underneath a filet of salmon. I seasoned it all with salt, pepper and lemon. Then, I packed it away and placed it in the oven until done.
Want to do this yourself at home? Here's how to make the perfect pack. Remember, you'll want to add one piece of fish and hefty helping of veggies to each, leaving enough room for the contents to steam in the oven.
Center ingredients on a sheet (12x18-inches) of Reynolds Wrap® Heavy Duty Aluminum Foil.
Bring up foil sides. Double fold top and ends to seal packet, leaving room for heat circulation inside. Repeat to make four packets.
Bake on a cookie sheet in preheated 450° F oven, or grill on medium-high in covered grill.
After cooking, open end of foil packet first to allow steam to escape. Then open top of foil packet.
Moms, what other kinds of dinner packs would you make with the help of tinfoil?