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Old 03-29-2009, 08:18 AM   #1
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Bake in bags

Bake bags are kinda cool, for a table of one.

Like when ya want dinner "cooking" with minimal prep time.

I get out my large sized bake pan and...inside a plastic cooking bag I put a small cooling rack [at the back].
I coat it with Pam and place 3 defrosted/bbq soaked drumsticks on it.

Up front of that bag goes the potatoes and green beans.

I take some aluminum foil, and make a hand fashioned partition tray. I set that in the bag.

Into one partition goes sliced potato, into the other goes frozen green beans.

I use a stapler to seal the end. Slits made to vent.

350 degrees for 45 minutes. Clean up is..there is none, besides cleaning the cooling rack.

I "tilt" the pan back when placing it in the oven, over a simple table knife.
Just so the chicken juices have somewhere to go.

For how simple make and forget it is...it's OK.

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