Top Rated En Papillote Recipes

Parchment paper and herbs do the heavy lifting in this incredibly aromatic and flavorful grilled chicken recipe. Strong flavors of rosemary and goat cheese finish off the dish. Pair with a structured red wine such as a Bordeaux wine from Saint-Emilion or Pomerol.
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Fish en Papillote with Mushroom Duxelles and Tomato Concassé
Steaming fish in sealed parchment paper is a classic preparation. But this old-school dish always looks impressive when brought to the table, the parchment is torn open, and beneath the steam, the main attraction makes its entrance. It’s actually a really quick, easy, and even healthy preparation. Click here to see 'Shrooms: They're What's for Dinner Tonight.
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Butternut Squash Cavatelli
Roasted squash cavatelli laced with garam masala, dressed in butter, and served with shiitake, crimini, button and oyster mushrooms that have been cooked en papillote. You'll be hard-pressed to find a dish that inspires more comfort and warmth.  It's one of the latest recipes by Aki Kamozawa and H. Alexander Talbot of the beautiful site, Ideas in Food. Check out their article for tips on dealing with unwieldy butternut squash, how to improve the texture of your pasta, and another use for squash seeds. - Arthur BovinoEditor's Note: If you don't have time to make the cavatelli from scratch, try to buy a similar, fresh pasta and then prepare the Butternut Squash Seed Butter and Grilled Mushrooms en Papillote recipes (they are easy and quick) and serve together. Of course, the original version is the best, but this way is faster and still fresh-tasting. 
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Even French classic recipes from way back when can be adjusted into REAL FOOD healing recipes. This recipe holds strong to those rich French flavors while cutting out those classic fats. Tarragon is very common in French recipes and is loaded with antioxidants, which protect our healthy blood cells from attack. Tarragon also aids in digestion, helping to absorb all of the nutrients found in that food. Classic French recipes might seem intimidating but don't shy away! "En Papillote" simply means, cooked in parchment paper. Each piece of fish is wrapped up like a little present for all to unwrap at the dinner table. Kids love getting this surprise for dinner!
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Mediterranean Salmon en Papillote
For a native Northwesterner who knows how exquisite perfectly cooked salmon can be, preparing it at home can be an intimidating task. One minute it’s underdone, and the next minute it can be tough as jerky. The secret to creating the sunset pink–hued interior that flakes under gentle pressure is even, moist heat, which is created by cooking each fillet in its own parchment envelope.Excerpted from Sheet Pan Paleo (Ulysses Press, 2016) by Pamela Ellgen.
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