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Chicken Pockets 22 Feb 2008 13:43 #1

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I like this recipe because its very easy to make it your own and you can prepare it at home. Just make pockets out of aluminum foil (we label each one with a marker ) . My younger son like his with barbaque sauce, older son like his with garlic, season salt, butter. My wife like hers with lemon juice, butter, garlic, season salt and rice. I like mine with garlic, season salt, butter, and stuffing. When you cook them they will blow up like a balloon and steam themselfs. The only real trick is the pockets - double up on the alum, and make sure all the edges are folded real good.

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Chicken Pockets 25 Feb 2008 21:40 #2

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That is a good idea. Then I guess you "throw" them on the grill or whathaveya. How long do they cook for?

Tim

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Chicken Pockets 26 Feb 2008 04:49 #3

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It depends on the amount of chicken in each bag, the average for mine is about 30 min each. If you dont poke a hole in them the grill stays clean!

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Chicken Pockets 09 Mar 2008 03:32 #4

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Just kinda of a FYI with cooking with aluminum foil. It has been linked to Alzheimer's. It is also the reason why they do not suggest things like flu shots every each because it is stabilized with aluminium and other metals.

Drinking soda is different because you are not heating up the metal.

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