Saturday, November 14, 2009

CLAIM YOUR COUPONS! Progresso Panko Bread Crumb Review & Coupon Giveaway - 5 Stars



Congrats to Shelly, RedKathy, Suzanne, Carol, AnnMarie & Pam - your comments were chosen by random draw. Please send an email to me at mynew30 at gmail dot com with your name and mailing address and I'll get those coupons out to each of you right away. Thanks for stopping by to visit and for taking the time to participate!



I had been given notice from the folks at Pssst… that an exciting new chef recommended ingredient was on the way to me, so I was thrilled when I opened the mystery package to discover that the folks from General Mills had sent me Progresso's new Panko Bread Crumb product to try.

I have been wanting to try panko forever, but it has been next to impossible to find around here. The place where I usually shop for groceries did not carry any type of panko product, and I kept forgetting to check the other stores where I occasionally shop.  Imagine my surprise when I opened the package to discover not only panko bread crumbs, but from a product name that I love, Progresso! I couldn't wait to try them.

Besides using the panko as a topping on my Green Bean Casserole with Panko Crumb Topping and my Broccoli & Cheese Casserole, I also decided to use some of the bone-in chicken breasts from my last Angel Food Ministries box and make Crispy Panko Coated Ranch Chicken. Nothin' could be easier than this y'all - FOUR ingredients.  Yep, that's it. Just FOUR - chicken, mayonnaise, ranch seasoning mix and Progresso Panko Bread Crumbs. The mayonnaise helps to retain the juiciness of the chicken, and the panko provides a wonderful crunch.

Wow, was this super easy! There's plenty of flavor in the ranch dressing and I absolutely LOVED the crunch from the panko - super crunchy. Panko bread crumbs are jagged edged and flaky so that they remain crisp whether they are used in frying or baking and now that they are a Progresso product, much easier to find! These will definitely be a pantry regular in my house now.



I have SIX coupons for $1.10 off a box of Progresso Panko Bread Crumbs to give away.  When I checked the shelf at my Walmart, well, first there was exactly one box left on a shelf that had clearly been previously full of product - so that's a good sign, but since the box sold for $2.08, with this coupon you'll get to try the Progresso Panko Crispy Bread Crumbs, in your choice of either Plain or Italian style, for only about 98 cents (depending on the cost in your area)! Can't beat that.



To enter, just leave a comment on how you might use the panko bread crumbs and one of these great coupons could be yours.  Your comment here is your entry.

Closes on Monday, November 16, 2009 at 12:00 p.m. noon. Good luck!



For the Crispy Panko Coated Ranch Chicken recipe, click here, or check out my Green Bean Casserole with Panko Crumb Topping and my Broccoli & Cheese Casserole using panko.

13 comments:

  1. I just opened my first Panko Bread crumbs tonight and used it as a topping on my chicken casserole. I can wait to try this chicken recipe. It looks delicious.

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  2. I have never heard of them but now you have peeked my curiosity, I am going to see if I can find them when I run to the grocery store on Tuesday.

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  3. Holy Moly Mary, the chicken looks awesome! I love Progresso products, grew up being taught they were the best.[my moms name is Carmella] I had no idea about the difference in bread crumbs. My DH will love these with fish and chicken! He always asks me to "burn" his because he loves the crispy crunchy stuff!

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  4. I really like using panko on chicken.>I haven't used it on anything else yet!

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  5. I too have wanted to try this but can't find it here. I would use it on chicken and in casseroles. Green bean casserole, dressing. Oh my, lots of things.

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  6. WOW. That chicken really does look good. I also use and trust Progresso, but have never heard of Panko. Good thing we have you to check out this stuff for us.

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  7. These sound delicious - would love to use these on my vegetable casseroles and I am thinking it would be great as a coating for oven baked chicken.

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  8. Saved a recipe I ran across for jalapeno popper dip with panko crumbs on top. Been meaning to try it. I think I could probably substitute them for bread or cracker crumbs on most recipes.

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  9. I think these would be great to use on oven fried chicken.

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  10. Congrats to Shelly, RedKathy, Suzanne, Carol, AnnMarie & Pam - your comments were chosen by random draw.

    Please send an email to me at mynew30 at gmail dot com with your name and mailing address and I'll get those coupons out to each of you right away. Thanks for stopping by to visit and for taking the time to participate!

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  11. Thanks for stopping by my place today! I love panko and could TOTALLY use the coupon! :)

    Cheers sitsta!

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