If you like to bake things that have seasoning, but don't like to stop half way and turn them over, this tip will help. I season the pan then lay the meat or veggies on it, then I season the top.
Lemon Pepper Chicken is a staple in my kitchen. This week, I made just enough for one meal then some cut up for salads. In the little toaster oven, the metal pan tends to fall out if slid out too far. So, to eliminate the need for turning it, I did this little trick and it always helps.
Hope it did for you, too!
By Poor But Proud from Lake Zurich, IL
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When baking or grilling out meats, use a powdered seasoning rub to keep your meats juices inside for more tender eating. Barbecue sauces applied to the meat while grilling only makes the sauce burn onto the meat, before the meats actually have time to cook thoroughly.
When you add sauces as marinade to meat before barbecuing, make sure you turn your meat often. Then the sauce will not burn on the meat. We are very experienced barbequers. If you cook the meat that has been marinated slowly turning often, you should have no problem, just great flavoured meat. (04/08/2005)
By Alison, South Africa