Have you ever cooked food in parchment paper? I praise the day the technique was invented. I've been using it for years to cook fish, vegetables, tofu, and more. It's a life saving approach to cooking for lazy cooks like myself, especially on those weekday nights when you need a meal you can easily get on the table in 30 minutes or less and which requires ZERO clean up. And I'm not talking about recipes only an experienced chef could make in 30 minutes, but will actually take the home cook an hour and a half. I mean a true 30 minutes flat for even the most novice of cooks.
I make this low fat, high protein BBQ chicken parchment paper recipe every week. It's so simple, it's a stretch to even call it a recipe. There are only 2 ingredients and what you're left with is incredibly moist and juicy chicken smothered in your favorite BBQ sauce.
Watch this quick how-to video and you'll see why you can almost always find this chicken in my fridge, ready to be served for lunch, dinner or even a high-protein afternoon snack.