10/22/2009

Giveaway!! Progresso Panko & Broth

Giveaway courtesy of myblogspark.com and Progresso.




I absolutely love Panko! Love love love it! :)  So that's why I was excited to have the opportunity to allow you the chance to try it out for yourself.  I think it's so much lighter tasting than regular bread crumbs, and it browns up and gives a good crunch so nicely.

I've used Panko in the past for breading things like chicken and pork, and mixing it into ground meat for burgers.  I have a few ideas up my sleeve that I'll post when I post the winner.  But I wanted to get this giveaway up sooner than later, so you can try this great product.

One winner will receive a Progresso Panko and Broth Prize Pack; whick includes Progresso Panko, Progresso Broth, measuring cup, slotted spoon, soup ladle and a sheet pan.


Progresso Panko is a light, flaky bread crumb that is available in both plain and italian.  Progresso Broths are 100% natural and use high quality ingredients for a great, homemade taste. They are fat free, gluten free, contain no preservatives or MSG or artificial flavors. 

Check out ProgressoFoods.com (here you can find a $1.00 coupon on any 2 Progresso products) and ProgressoBroths.com ($.50 off coupon for Progresso broth) for great tips and recipes from Chef Michael Chiarello, who appears on the Food Network.

To enter the giveaway, please leave a comment on my blog by Saturday, October 24, 12:00pm EST and answer this question:

If you're the winner, how would you use your Panko bread crumbs?

Winners will be posted on Monday, October 26, and will be chosen via Random Integer Generator.

Thank you for participating!

20 comments:

Lisa

I would use them for this Baked Zucchini Parmesan Crisps recipe - http://recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detail.asp?recipe=365871

I LOVE breaded zucchini so I think this would make a great crunch!

Reanna Lynne

I would use the bread crumbs for a few things. I know I have some potato recipes laying around that include bread crumbs, I would sub the panko in that, probably make some fried zucchini, chicken.. hmmm...Well, I would eat them!

Molly P.

Ooh, I love Panko bread crumbs. I would use them to make breaded chicken fingers or breaded, baked fish. :)

New

Oooh I lurve working with bread crumbs too - I hear baked tilapia calling me!

Amy and Jeff

I've never used Panko-I think I need to make a trip to the store after that review... but I would use them for chicken fingers-my fave!!

Stephanie

I would use them to make my husbands favorite chicken dish; Chicken Parmesan.

Jennifer

I would make my jalapeno popper dip! It has panko topping, and it is AMAZING!!

Sara M

I've never used Panko before- but that jalapeno popper dip sounds good- I love those things at Arbys!

Eva

I'd make some baked fish!

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Jennifer

Baked Tilapia, for sure! My husband has recently gotten me to eat fish (I used to hate it) and Tilapia is my new favorite. He has been using yummy seasoned breadcrumbs, and I think Panko would also work great!

The Pittsburgh Pair

I'd make breaded chicken. My DH loves that stuff :)

Debbie A.

I use Panko for a lot of things but this time of year would use in my turkey meatloaf!

Stacey

I love panko! I'd make any type of breaded chicken or fish.

JC

Thanks for the link to print coupons, I just printed some. Love the set! I can see me using panko for Thai Lemon Chicken, yum!

Tiff

I would use it to make meatballs!

Shawna

I would love to try this on chicken or shrimp! :) I've been wanting to try Panko bread crumbs for a while now, I didn't know Progresso had them!

Ange

I would use them in meatloaf or meatballs. I find they hold the meat together better than regular breadcrumbs.

michelle

I would attempt to make a buffalo shrimp recipe that was posted recently.

Amanda W.

I'd use them to top homemade mac 'n cheese. Yum!

Alyssa

I'd use the Panko to make nice, crispy chicken fingers with homemade honey mustard - YUM!

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