by Doris Donnerman
(last updated May 22, 2017)
Can't find the pot or pan you need? Don't worry. Some common items can do double duty in the kitchen.
For minimum washing up, nothing beats baking in foil packets. Foil is ideal for braised steak, simple seasoned chicken breasts, meat loaf, fish, and vegetables. Lay the ingredients on one half of a large piece of heavy duty foil. Dot with butter or margarine, add herbs and seasoning of your choice, and fold over the foil. Seal the edges tightly and fold over once more, leaving a little room for expansion before placing the whole thing in the oven.
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