General Mills, in conjunction with MyBlogSpark, recently sent me a package of Progresso’s Lemon Pepper Panko to try out. I’ve used panko before to make chicken so I decided to try this out with chicken too so it would be easy to compare.
The Lemon Pepper Panko was good – and would probably be really good with fish. It’s a great way to add some flavor quickly and without much thought. The one drawback of buying pre-seasoned breadcrumbs is that you don’t have as much flexibility with it. Still, this was good and I would definitely consider buying it again.
Lemon-Pepper Panko Chicken Nuggets
(Method from back of box)
2 chicken breasts
1 egg, lightly beaten
1/3 c. flour
1 c. Progresso Lemon-Pepper Panko
Cut chicken into chicken nugget-sized pieces. Rinse and pat dry. Place egg, flour and panko in three separate bowls.
Dip each piece of chicken into flour, then egg, then panko and place on a baking sheet. Repeat with remaining pieces of chicken. Bake at 350F degrees for 20 minutes or until meat thermometer reads 165F degrees. Broil for an additional minute to crisp up panko.
For crisper chicken, I place the chicken on a cooling rack on top of the baking sheet – raising it slightly keeps it from sitting in any juices released.
General Mills and MyBlogSpark is providing a pack like the one they sent me to one lucky reader. It includes a package of Lemon Pepper Panko to try out and a copy of Michael Chiarello’s Bottega with a signed book-plate. The cookbook is beautiful and would be a great addition to any cook’s library.
To win, just leave a comment letting me know what you’d like to make with the panko breadcrumbs. For an additional entry, subscribe via email (in the right hand column) and leave a comment letting me know. (If you’re already a subscriber, just leave a comment letting me know for your second entry.) Comments can be made until midnight EST December 3, 2010. I’ll announce the winner December 4.
Additionally, be sure to check out the Progresso’s Wine & Dine with Chef Michael Chiarello Sweepstakes. Now through December 31st, participants can 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. Visit www.progressobroth.com for the sweepstakes rules and entry form.
18 thoughts on “Lemon Pepper Chicken & Signed Michael Chiarello Cookbook Giveaway”
I would love to make a breaded shrimp dish on a bead of rice.
Yum Maureen – I never even thought of shrimp. Some sort of white fish was my first instinct.
I am a subscriber (not via email but through my blogger dashboard – I don’t know if that counts)
I think the chicken looks yummy! Maybe over a pasta with some sort of light sauce.
The lemon pepper chicken nuggets look de-lish!!!
I am a total cookbook junkie! I read them all the time and would love to get my hands on this!!! YUM!!
philandmarci at byufans dot com 🙂
Would love to give it a try as a breading for fish- a great way to get my little ones to eat more fish. Thanks for the opportunity for a chance to win the book, too!
I would like to make Ina Garten’s Baked Shrimp Scampi!
I subscribed… great blog!
I love to use panko for light, crispy breading on pork cutlets. The lemon pepper would only add to the flavor… yum!
I would love to make panko-encrusted salmon over risotto. I also subscribed, thanks! 🙂
I think I’d definitely try them with some sort of seafood.
I would definitely make some type of baked chicken with the panko. It looks yummy!
I have been playing a lot with our steamer basket lately, and would make these wonderful mini chicken meatballs, then roll them in toasted panko before serving…guilt free “fried” flavor!!
I’m subscribed – and I’d like to try the same recipe you did – we don’t do fish 🙂
I’d made some chicken fingers.
I subscribed via email
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