11/10/2010

Pan-Fried Lemon Pepper Chicken Tenders and a GIVEAWAY!

Giveaway courtesy of My Blog Spark and Progresso


Progresso sent me a box of their new Lemon Pepper Panko, and I decided to use it for pan-fried chicken.

I had 2 boneless, skinless chicken breasts that I pound to an even thickness, then cut into about 3 pieces each.  I then dipped each piece into flour (seasoned with salt and pepper), a beaten egg, and then a mixture of about 3/4 c Panko, 1/4 c grated Parm, and a bit of cayenne pepper.

I heated about 2 T of oil in the skillet, then pan-fried the chicken for about 4-5 minutes per side, until cooked through.  Typically when I do any type of "fried" food, I bake it.  But I have to say it is so much juicier and seems to retain so much for flavor when it's cooked this way.  I love the flavor of the panko - it had just a hint of lemon, but it wasn't overwhelming.  J is not a fan of lemon, but he liked this!

Now Progresso and My Blog Spark are allowing me to send one lucky reader a free box of Lemon Pepper Panko.  And that's not all!  Included with the Panko, you will receive an autographed copy of Michael Chiarello's new cookbook, Michael Chiarello's Bottega.

In order to have a chance to win, leave a comment by Friday, November 12, 5:00pm EST, answering the following question:

What is your favorite Thanksgiving dish?

The winner will be chosen via the Random Integer Generator.  Good luck!

12 comments:

Jennifer

I love my grandmother's sweet potato casserole. My grandfather and I used to fight over the last of the dish on Thanksgiving afternoon.

marburs

hmmm. favorite dish. easy- mashed potatoes. But only when my Aunt does NOT make them. Sorry- Auntie- yours area just all stiff and have a funky texture!

Jenn S

I love my grandma's candied yams!

Aly

Dressing balls. Mmmm...

Shannon

Sausage stuffing. I'm not usually a big stuffing fan, but I could eat the whole dish of this without sharing with anyone. Hmm...maybe I'll make an extra batch this year, just for me :)

Molly P.

Fave on thanksgiving and always: Homemade mashed potatoes. YUM!

Debbie A.

My favorite is the cranberry sauce like my grandma used to make. Yummy!

Tiffany

My favorite dish is sweet potato casserole topped with mini marshmallows.

katychick

my favorite dish is the stuffing, i could eat that for dinner and breakfst the next morning and etc.
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Lindsay

My favorite is mashed potatoes with gravy.

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Nicole

I love the pumpkin pie. Who could resist that?

Ashley

My mom's homemade croissants. With leftover turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy on it the day after Thanksgiving. :)

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