Cooking in Parchment Paper!

Cooking in parchment paper or as the French call it “en  papillote” is an extremely easy and quick way to make a meal!  You can choose to add just protein or make it  a complete meal by adding other ingredients, just make sure the cooking time  for all the ingredients is the same. The technique is simple:  take a sheet of  parchment paper fold it in half, add ingredients to one half (the other half is  going to be your “lid”), crimp the edges to seal the packet, place on a baking  sheet, bake and enjoy!  How easy and  quick is that and clean up is a breeze!  The packets also make a great presentation.  You can also use foil too as I have done calling them “Hobo Packets”,  which is the name my Mom used.  Try a few  of mine listed below, see my recipe collection for more options or add the  ingredients of your liking!

Tilapia in Parchment Paper with Lemon, Capers and Red Onions

Halibut in Parchment Paper with Lime Infused Olive Oil and Fresh Cilantro

Orange Roughy in Parchment with Pesto

Tilapia in Parchment Paper with a Honey Chili Glaze

Tilapia in Parchment with Asian Vegetables

Individual Hobo Potato and Hamburger Packets

One response to “Cooking in Parchment Paper!”

  1. Scott Williams says:

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