urgent: no tin foil

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  1. tinkerbellsmum

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    hi
    I've just prepared chicken cake and come to put tin foil and found we have got none. it needs to go in the oven now to be ready for tea and i don't have a car so nip to the shop would take half hour and neighbours aren't in.
    any advice?
     
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    Don't know if this works, but what about another oven dish over the top?
     
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    moomintrolljen Will be thin god dammit!!

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    I was gonna say the same - a tray or dish over the top?
     
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    thanks yeah i was thinking that only one way to find out i guess thanks
     
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    moomintrolljen Will be thin god dammit!!

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    good luck - dont think anything else would work like greaseproof paper etc x
     
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    Oven paper would work. Failing that any lid will do, but do give a squirt or 2 of Fry Light to keep the moisture.
     
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    thanks oven lid seems to have worked
     
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    missgalaxy Yummy Mummy! xx

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    whats chicken cake? sounds yummy! xx
     
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    dudette2001uk I will be a Princess!

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    Missgalaxy - I think this is probably the recipe! It's one I saved to a word document after doing a recipe search on here. Sounds yummy! :)


    Chicken Cake (with cheese, sausagemeat and bacon)


    Whole thing is free + hex a

    Ingredients
    4 skinless chicken breasts
    8 morrisons eat smart pork sausages
    3 babybel lights
    6 rashes of bacon

    Method
    1- spray some fry light in a square/rectangular oven proofdish
    2-slice 2 chicken breasts in small slithers and layer the bottom of the dish.
    3- remove the skin from the sausages (i just slid my knife along and skin came off easily)
    4-break the sausagemeat up into little blobs and layer it over the chicken.
    5-slice the babybel up small and lay randomly on top of the sausagemeat.
    6-using a potatoe masher push the cheese into the sausagemeat.
    7-slice the remaining 2 chicken breasts in slithers and place over the cheese/sausagemeat.
    8-top with the bacon
    9-cover with tin foil and cook at 200 for 2 hours or until chicken is cooked through.
    10-half hour b4 cooked remove the tin foil. You will have water from the chicken pour this away and cook uncovered for 30 mins.
     
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    dudette2001uk I will be a Princess!

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    I really don't think it should take 2 hours to cook though, so maybe someone can tell you how long they cooked it for :)

    Sian xxx
     
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    chicken cake sounds awesome!!!! *wonders if she has the ingrediants*

    xxx
     
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    I was gonna make this before and i too wondered about the cooking time - any one tried it?
     
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    mine went abit dry this time i do it for a hour and a half i think i say i think i just take it out when it looks ready
     
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