I use these rotisserie baskets (also from Lowes) to do the job. They have no handles, so you could close the lid. They’re perfect for fish, veggies, chicken wings and whatever you like to put in them. I could turn 30 wings with just one flip.
I usually use the foil packets, too. I usually don't perforate them, though, until towards the end of the cook. I found I had too much butter leaking out, or I had problems with veg sticking to the foil cause it got burned. (My experience only, YMMV.)
Another favorite tool is a "grill pan". (That's what I remember on the packaging.) It's a perforated skillet-like metal pan. The cool thing about it is it has a handle that can fold up so I can shut the door. I really like doing cubed potatoes or squash in it. It gives a great texture to the veg. I will warn you, though, I've burnt my hands countless times on that handle.
Rob - TX Sandman
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Since you’d be making Fajitas, I would line up the baskets with corn husks. You could find dried corn husks at most major stores now a day on the Mexican food isle. Soak them in water for few minutes and then line up the basket or the grill grate for that matter. They give a very nice Smoky flavor to the food.