Friday, October 23, 2009

Review and Giveaway: -CLOSED- Progresso Panko and Broth


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If you´re looking for some helpful cooking tips and exciting new recipes, visit Progressofoods.com and Progressobroth.com for celebrity chef Michael Chiarello´s expertise on casual weekend entertaining, preparing a holiday feast or inspiration for a weeknight meal - all using Progresso panko bread crumbs and Progresso broth.

If you´ve never cooked with panko before, now is your chance because it´s never been easier. Progresso´s panko is a flaky bread crumb which adds a light crispiness to your food and is available in two flavors, plain and Italian.

Progresso broths are 100% natural and use high quality ingredients to achieve a great homemade taste. They are fat free, gluten free, contain no preservatives, no added MSG and no
artificial flavors.

Progresso broth is available in chicken and reduced sodium chicken and beef flavors. Chef Michael Chiarello appears daily on the Food Network and can also be seen on Top Chef Masters. In addition, he runs and owns Bottega Restaurant in Napa Valley, CA. Below are just a few of Chef Chiarello´s tips to help you create quick, flavorful meals you and your family will enjoy.

Sample Panko Tips:
Breading 1-2-3: Panko adds the perfect light crunch to fish fillets, chicken breasts and pork chops. Dip in flour, then beaten egg and coat both sides in Panko before frying or baking

Faux Fried: Instead of frying, bake Panko-coated chicken in a 400F oven for 20 minutes to get the same crispy crunch without the fat

Sample Broth Tips:
Give New Life to Leftovers: Time in the fridge can steal moisture and flavor; drizzle a little broth over last night´s pasta or casserole before reheating

Better than H20: Water adds moisture, not flavor; replace water with broth when you cook potatoes, rice and grains

Check out ProgressoFoods.com and ProgressBroth.com for additional tips, recipes and videos from chef Chiarello. There is even a great recipe for Oven-Fried Chicken Tenders which both kids and adults will enjoy.


Or stick around "Mommy? I'm Hungry!" and check out these recipes I've made using Panko bread crumbs and chicken broth:

-Crispy Yogurt Chicken
-Chicken Katsu

-Easy Chicken Noodle Soup
-Cheddar Chicken Chowder
-Homemade Tomato Soup
-Pork Carnitas and Pico De Gallo


Also available on ProgressoFoods.com is a coupon for $1.00*off any two Progresso products. At ProgressoBroth.com you´ll find a coupon for $.50 off a package of broth.



From Mommy I'm Hungry




I recieved a Progresso panko and broth prize pack which includes a full size sample of Progresso panko, a carton of Progresso broth, a measuring cup, slotted spoon, soup ladle and a sheet pan for baking. I've already made the crispy yogurt chicken with the panko, and the chicken tortilla soup with the broth. The smaller sized baking sheet is great for the side of hasselback potatoes. I also just received a Progresso Soups & More recipe magazine, with lots of neat recipes!

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ONE "Mommy? I'm Hungry!" reader will win a Progresso Panko and Broth prize pack, which includes Progresso panko and broth prize pack which includes a full size sample of Progresso panko, a carton of Progresso broth, a measuring cup, slotted spoon, soup ladle and a sheet pan for baking. (I think they'll mail out a recipe magazine also)






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Coleen's Recipes said...

I use chicken broth to cook my rice in, instead of water and I use panko bread crumbs to bread my chicken fingers.

Linda Holbrook said...

I would use the panko to make a breaded white wine chicken, and the broth to make a yummy white gravy!

Tessa said...

The broth would definately go in a nice warm soup. I may try using the panko in some baked, breaded chicken breasts.

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Steph said...

I might make a baked chicken breast crusted with the panko crumbs and noodles cooked in the chicken broth. Thanks for the giveaway!

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Deborah said...

I'd use the panko to make baked eggplant; I'd use the broth to dress soba noodles. asthenight at gmail dot com

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Aisling said...

I recently "discovered" hasselback potatoes and I'd use the Panko to make them again. Potato soup is on our menu this weekend and I'll be using Progresso broth for that and could always use more.

throuthehaze said...

There is a great recipe on their website for Mashed potato Gratin.

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Amber said...

I would definitely make some sort of Minestrone soup with the broth!
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Anonymous said...

I would use the panko crumbs to make meatballs and the broth to flavor my homemade tomato sauce.
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Anonymous said...

I would use panko to bread my pork cutlets and the broth to boil my rice in.
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sonotech63 said...

I think a casserole of chicken and noodles would be a great way to use both the broth (noodles and chicken) and the panko bread crumbs as the topping.

katzkids said...

I would use the progresso panko and broth to make a chicken casserole.
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AJ said...

I would probaby make meatloaf with the panko and giblet gravy with the chicken broth.

cdziuba said...

cdziuba@aol.com The Panko I will use to coat chicken cutlets for my Chicken Parmigiana, and the broth I will use to make Pumpkin Soup.

Tuesday Girl said...

I think I will make baked chicken tenders and chicken noodle soup! Yum!

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Vivian Deliz said...

I have never used Panko and would like to try it. I think that it might be the right substitute for the breadcrumbs in the "crab" (fake crab), broccoli, egg casserole that I make. Thanks for the giveaway.

Anonymous said...

I use Progresso Panko crumbs to make delicious chicken tenders my 2 boys LOVE!
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dawns41 said...

I would use the Panko to make Baked Breaded Pork Chops.

I would use the chicken broth to make a wild rice and turkey soup.

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Lim said...

Chicken broth rice with breaded pork chops, green beans. Sounds like dinner to me!

ohstac said...

I would use the broth for some nice moist stuffing and probably use the panko crumbs to bread chicken.

judybrittle said...

I use the delicious broth in my homemade chicken noodle soup to give it great flavor. I can't wait to try the bread crumbs on my oven baked chicken. Thank you!

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McKim said...

The panko I would use as a topping on casseroles and the broth I would use as a base for chicken and gravy over noodles.

Anonymous said...

Borth is great for making quick soups to warm up this winter and I love panko for using to make fish or chicken strips quickly!
Sam
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camille said...

I've got a whole file of soup recipes to try, but I think I'd use the broth in a black bean soup recipe I have in there.

The panko I'd use to make korokke (Japanese croquettes) - I've made ham and cheese ones before, and I have a recipe for curry ones that I'd like to try.

camille at brokenrecord.ca

Michele P. said...

I gotta admit that I was pretty intrigued by the Pork Carnitas you made and would love to try them out myself!

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blabla3269 said...

It feels like winter so how about some good old
fashioned chiken and dumplings

Laura C said...

I would bread some bite size chicken cutlets
and use the broth to make chicken soup in which I would drop the cutlets in.
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chromiumman said...

i'd use the panko for fried fish, and the broth to make soup this winter

aajacques said...

I use chicken broth for my chicken pot pies and soups. The panko bread crumbs I use mostly for my chicken dishes.

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Stuff Smart said...

I would use the panko for fish and the broth to make a yummy chicken and dumpling recipe that I have for the crockpot.

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I Want That! said...

I will give it to my boyfriend and have him cook up something for me! :)

1stopmom said...

I would use it to make a batch of my cornbread dressing.

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janetfaye said...

I would use the panko bread crumbs for fillet of sole and I would use the broth in Cream of Chicken Rice soup.

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sphinx63 said...

I would use the panko for fried chicken, and the broth I would use in my Cream of Broccoli Soup. Thanks!

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jtews said...

I make chicken soup often so the broth will be handy. Using the Panko crumbs for tonights pork chops.

HODGEPODGESPV said...

broth: chili, soup, stew, steaming veggies
panko bread crumbs: breaded anything from meatballs and meatloaf to chicken, fish, and pork with coating.
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Sharon said...

Panko-in my meatloaf
Chicken Broth - my 'famous' mashed potatoes
YUM and thanks

mscoffee77 said...

I would make Panko-Crusted Chicken & add some sicy seasoning:)

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Sue E said...

I would use the broth to make my cornbread dressing and I would find a new recipe to use the bread crums for. Thanks!

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Deborah Wellenstein said...

Panko-for breaded chicken breasts-broth-for chicken and noodles. Thanks!

Cheryl said...

I would use the Progresso panko and broth in the making of my famous Meatball sub sandwiches.

Nanette said...

I would use the panko on fish and make a gravy with the broth.
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MissyBecker said...

Making a nice baked chicken and gravy dish.

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ezmerelda said...

We do a sort of cordon bleu chicken dish and I think the panko would be a great filling for it. And the stock is a great addition to the mashed potatoes.

Alicia said...

Chicken strips & chicken noodle soup.

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mogrill said...

I would use panko for lemon garlic chicken breasts. Thanks for the chance.
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Anonymous said...

I use chicken broth in arroz caldo--and chicken and dumplings--and so many other things. I use panko to make pork cutlets that I fry and serve with various sauces.
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NikiTheo said...

Baked mozzerella sticks w/ the panko and chicken noodle soup w/ the broth!!! YUM!

M.A. said...

I'll use the panko for a Carmel Apple Crisp and the chicken broth for the Just-in-Time Pork Stew.

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Luvdaylilies said...

I would use the panko to bread chicken breasts and the broth for stuffing, yummy!
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MOMMY'S A WAITRESS said...

I would use the bread crumbs for chicken cordon blue and the broth in a wild rice.

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susitravl said...

I'd use the bread crumbs for my Italian Baked Chicken and the broth for gravy that goes with the dish. Makes me hungry just thinking about it!

marthajane said...

I would use my Panko bread crumbs to make some yummy fried mushrooms, and probably use my broth at Christmas to make gravy.

Becca said...

I would love to use the broth in a casserole and the panko to coat chicken or fish. Thanks! sbcashortie (at) hotmail (dot) com

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courtneystoffel said...

I'd use chicken broth to make my chicken tortilla soup and I would use the panko bread crumbs for baked chicken.

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AEKZ2 said...

My husband is the cook in our family, and he would use the panko and broth to make chicken tonkatsu.

Janna @ Feed Your Pig said...

would use it to make my grandma's chicken swiss casserole reciepe!!


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Anonymous said...

I'd use the panko to make breaded fish filets. The broth would be great as a base for vegetable soup - especially on a cold winter day. Thanks for this offer.
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Nickolay said...

I would use the broth to make a nice chicken wild rice soup

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mail4rosey said...

I would use the broth in a chicken cashew recipe. I would use the Panko in a chicken schnitzle recipe.

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AICORP said...

I'd use the broth as a starter for a nice soup and I'd pan fry some panko-encrusted chicken breasts.

Aisling said...

I recently learned to make hasselback potatoes and that's where I'd first use the Panko. Potato Soup is a cold weather favorite around here and I always use Progress Chicken Broth for that.

heaventrees said...

I would use the chicken broth for cooking rice to give it extra flavor. The Panko Crumbs would be used for chicken fingers.

pixie13 said...

I'd use the broth & Panko both to make chicken croquettes! They are not healthy, but I don't make them often, and they are delicious! thanks for the great giveaway!

Jen said...

I would use the Panko as a topping for my homemade mac and cheese or for faux fried chicken. I would use the broth in my butternut squash soup.
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JillianLVeit said...

I would use the broth in my soup and the panko on homemade chicken nuggets

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wendy said...

I would use the panko for chicken cutlets and i would use the broth for making my famous chicken soup!

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Carolyn G said...

I would probably make fried chicken and masjed potatoes. I would use the panko for the chicken and use the broth in the mashed potatoes.

Happi Shopr said...

The panko for oven "fried" chicken and the broth for mashed potatoes. trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

I can't find this stuff anywhere & had just found thi delicious recipe for prok chops that called for them & touted how great they were..would love to try 'em.

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amyd said...

I would use the chicken broth for some yummy chicken rice soup&breadcrumbs for breaded chicken

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tomato said...

I love Panko! I'd use it for yummy fried cheese and lots of chicken dishes.

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sharonjo said...

I make a lot of soup in the cold weather months so the broth would be great! I also bread meats like pork chops and chicken to bake! Thanks! senekers@comcast.net

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