Friday, February 18, 2011

Progresso Lemon Pepper Panko Breadcrumbs & A Cookbook!

A couple months ago (why, yes, I am just THAT on the ball *ahem*), Progresso, through the folks at MyBlogSpark, sent me a lovely little package containing a box of Progresso Lemon Panko breadcrumbs and an autographed copy of Chef Michael Chiarello's latest cookbook, "Michael Chiarello's Botega." Since I menu plan one month at a time and I had recently written out a plan, I promptly tucked these things in my pantry and kind of forgot about them.

Now... I had certainly heard of panko breadcrumbs before. But, can I tell you the truth? I had never purchased them. I almost always just make my own breadcrumbs out of stale, dry bread that we accumulate around here.

What a fun treat! And, I must say, I loved the crunch and texture that the panko gave to my breaded chicken cutlets. I felt like less of the crunchiness came from the frying and more was a result of the breadcrumbs. Delicious!

To be completely honest with you all, I must admit that, while I have perused Chef Chiarello's cookbook (and salivated over the delicious Italian yumminess therein), I have not made any of the recipes as of yet. Why not? Truthfully, I'm just not much of a "recipe girl". I cook on the fly a lot. But, trust me, there are dozens of things in there that I would happily eat!

Would you like to win a prize pack including Progresso Lemon Pepper Panko Breadcrumbs and a signed copy of "Bottega"? It's easy (and quick!) to enter:

Just leave a comment telling us one meal you'd like to make using Progresso Lemon Pepper Panko breadcrumbs. (required)

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This giveaway will run for only TWO DAYS; A winner will be selected via and notified on Sunday, February 20, 2011.


  1. I would love to do a version of Parmesan encrusted Tilapia. Yummy!

  2. I would do chicken! Yum yum yum!! :D

  3. I would coat fish with the crumbs and fry them. Yum - my mouth is watering just thinking about it!

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  5. I would make breaded and baked tilapia fillets

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  6. I didn't know they made flavored panko! I'd use them to bread chicken cutlets.

  7. I emailed this giveaway to my sisters (2 of them)

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