Give Away…Cook like a chef!

I love finding little secrets that turn my ordinary cooking into fabulous chef like cuisine.  One of the big secrets that you will see on all of the cooking show is the use of panko crumbs.  They are used instead of regular breadcrumbs for frying, baking or breading.  They give your food an awesome crispiness that you can’t get from regular breadcrumbs.  They are larger and flakier than traditional crumbs and they give you a lighter and crunchier coating to your food.  Progresso has kicked it up a notch and even added flavors to their panko crumbs.  My favorite is the Lemon Pepper Panko – it is amazing on chicken breasts.  To see the magic yourself, and get a $1 coupon for your own box of breadcrumbs visit the Progresso site.  You will also find recipes from the world famous chef Michael Chiarello that include Progresso’s new panko flavors. Here is what he has to say about the new offerings..

“Panko has been a major part of some of my best crunchy dishes for years,” says Chef Chiarello. “It’s exciting to bring those dishes home, where some of the best dining memories are made. To me that’s what cooking is all about – sharing meals with your friends and family, and the memories you get to keep for a lifetime.”

All of you should  check out the Progresso’s Wine & Dine with Chef Michael Chiarello Sweepstakes. Now through December 31st, to enter for the chance to win a trip for two to Napa Valley to attend the Spring Bud Break Party, an annual dinner and wine tasting event taking place on May 7, 2011. In addition to two tickets to the party, the grand prize also includes roundtrip airfare and hotel accommodations.

Also, You can win this great Progresso Prize Pack from KatyShops

  • One Box of Progresso Lemon Pepper Panko

How to enter?  It is easy…comment on this post for 1 entry – tell me what you would do or already do with Panko.

For additional entries (come back and comment to let me know you did it)

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Contest will close  on Sunday Novermber 21 and the winner will be posted on Monday.  Good luck!

I was provided a product for review purposes, my opinions are solely my own and in no way influenced. General Mills provided me with information and giveaway through MyBlogSpark.

November 18, 2010. give away.

21 Comments

  1. debp replied:

    I use them to make chicken fingers.
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  2. Matt replied:

    I loved baked chicken breasts and I think this would be awesome on them. I think porkchops might not be too bad as well with it.

  3. Lucy replied:

    I’ve used them on chicken breast.

  4. Melissa replied:

    I want to try them on pork cutlets.

  5. Sasha replied:

    That Panko sounds amazing for chicken breasts!

  6. Laura replied:

    Panko mozz sticks from the Pioneer Woman!

  7. SLK replied:

    I use them to make baked eggplant parmesean.

  8. Lynne Knepper replied:

    I marinate my chicken breasts(cut into strips) in buttermilk, italian or ranch dressing; then roll in the bread crumbs. Melt 1/2 stick butter in pan, place strips in pan, bake at 400-425 for 20-25 min. Turn over half way through cooking-DELICIOUS!!!

  9. Kimberly replied:

    Never heard of Panko. Excited to try them!

    • Ruben replied:

      I totally have to try this! Neil hates cauelflowir but who can hate a gratin version?I made a quinoa dish from a cookbook this week that was pretty good google Moosewood Black Bean Quinoa salad. It’s from their cookbook but I’m sure someone put it online somewhere!

  10. Cynthia replied:

    I LOVE these breadcrumbs. I use them on chicken fingers, chicken breasts, and pork tenderloin. The are fantastic for frying and baking.

  11. Cathy Perry replied:

    I have never used Panko but would love to try them! I am always looking for ways to make chicken yummy for my two little boys! Yummy but healthy is perfect!! Lemon Pepper seasoning in general is a great taste so I am sure Lemon Pepper Panko would make any plain chicken delicious!! :o)
    I think that Mozzerella Panko Sticks sound yummy too!! Can’t wait to try them!

  12. Kristi Summers replied:

    I love Panko breadcrumbs! Discovered them a few years ago and have been using them ever since. I use them for fish, pork and chicken. I pound chicken breasts or boneless pork chops with a meat mallet, then flour, dip in egg, then panko, then saute in olive oil. Same with fish. Yummy!!

  13. Laura replied:

    SHRIMP. I am a seafood fanatic. Also anthing from Pioneer Woman Cooks is amazing–I love Ree!!–so maybe the mozzie stick too = )

  14. Karen replied:

    My husband and I both work long hours so quick week night meals are for us. We love just seasoning and breading chicken and pork. Yummy!

  15. Sheila replied:

    Fry veggies

  16. Debbie replied:

    I make Thia peanut chicken…. so yummy

  17. Emily replied:

    Panko is yummy! I use it on my crab cakes!

  18. mandy replied:

    I have never heard of panko

  19. Melody Young replied:

    I think this would be great on talapia. I love fish and love finding different ways to cook it. Lemon pepper is one of my favorites so I look foward to trying the panko coating. Sounds yummy already!

  20. Miranda replied:

    Ive never tryed this before. It sounds way better than Shake n Bake.

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