a local orchard just posted this and my roommate and I are gonna go apple picking in september…these look so GOOD…yeah….
Oven-cooked no-pan marinaded chicken breast (easy to make in a dorm kitchen!)
Needed: tin foil, olive oil, soy sauce, lemon juice, garlic, green peppers & onions, hot peppers, cilantro, cumin and black peppers
In a small bowl, mix equal parts soy sauce and olive oil. Add lemon juice to taste until the sauce has a slight tang. Chop up one clove of garlic, half a jalapeño, and two tablespoon’s worth of green peppers and onions. Add to the marinade. Add cilantro, cumin, and black pepper to taste.
Take a single boneless skinless chicken breast and put it in a bag or tupperware with the marinade, covering it completely. Let it stand as long as you like; 20 minutes minimum. While this is marinating, set oven to 350 degrees.
Roll out two pieces of tin foil that are 3 times as large as your chicken breast. Fold the bottom one into a rectangle at least long and wide as the chicken. Place the marinaded chicken breast on the top foil and fold it up into a pocket, completely covering it while still leaving air inside. If the marinade is too liquid, pat some away with a paper towel. Place the pocket on the extra foil layer and put the entire thing on the top rack of the oven.
Cook for 45 minutes or until the inside of the breast is no longer pink. Unfold the foil carefully (marinade may be hot!) and serve! It tastes great with hummus.
The best part of this dish is that you don’t need a single cooking pan! It’s a very mess-free solution, and you can marinade the breast however you like.
carrots and hummus is the best snack
Ben Whishaw, Sunday Times Magazine
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In fairness though, water can’t just disappear. Water is eternal.
do u understand how freshwater shortages work
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