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*Expired* Progresso Panko Giveaway

by Freebies4Mom on November 10, 2009 4:15 pm

Giveaway has ended, but there are more Giveaways to enter. What’s Progresso Panko? It’s an extra crispy fine bread crumb that I just had the pleasure of cooking with thanks to MyBlogSpark and Progresso. And my readers will also have the pleasure of cooking with it when one of my readers win a Progresso Panko prize pack that includes a sheet pan, a slotted spoon, a soup ladle, a measuring cup, a box of Progresso Panko, and a container of Progresso Broth.

What I made with Panko
I wanted to make something special, something new – so I selected crabcakes. They turned out better than I thought they would and the Progresso Panko made this recipe something special. I’ll definitely make it again now that I know I can achieve the right level of crispiness for crab cakes. Browse more Panko Recipes and find something new to try in your kitchen.

Print Coupons for Progresso Panko
You can print two coupons to Save $1.00 on two Progresso Products like Panko or Bread Crumbs (excludes soups and broth). Also on is a coupon to Save $0.50 on Progresso Broth, an even better coupon if your grocery store will double it.

Enter this Giveaway

This giveaway will close Tuesday, November 17 at midnight (CST). I’ll announce the first name of the winner in a new post after the giveaway closes and contact the winner by email. I will draw the name of the winner by using the random number generator at from the eligible entries received. If a winner does not contact me within 48 hours by email, I will draw a new winner. This giveaway is only open to residents of the United States who are 18 years of age or older. The winner will receive their prize directly from MyBlogSpark and Progresso.

You must complete this form to enter this giveaway. If you can’t view the entry form below click here. If you still can’t view the form, please email me with your first & last name and the subject line “Progresso Giveaway”.Please enter this giveaway only once per household.

This giveaway has closed.

Good luck and remember that you need to complete the form to enter this giveaway. You are welcome and encouraged to post comments here, but any comments will not be considered as entries in this giveaway. Just for fun, please leave a comment and share what your favorite recipe is (or which recipe you want to try) with Progresso Panko?

Thanks for entering and come back after Tuesday, November 17 to find out who won! If you’re really excited about this giveaway, don’t miss an additional chance to enter this same giveaway at Being Frugal is Fabulous (ends Nov. 13).
Freebies 4 Mom Giveaway Disclosure: MyBlogSpark and Progresso sponsored this giveaway by providing the Progresso Panko gift set to me to keep and a set to give away to a randomly selected winner. I did not receive any other compensation from MyBlogSpark or Progresso for reviewing this product. My review is my honest opinion based on my own experience using this product, and is not reviewed or edited by MyBlogSpark or Progresso. For more information about how reviews and giveaways are conducted on Freebies 4 Mom, please read my Disclosure Policy.

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donna November 16, 2009 at 7:50 am

i have wanted to try planko. have seen it usedd on the food channel.


Leslie Carlisle November 13, 2009 at 2:41 pm

This looks great! I am always looking for ways to spice up my cooking and this looks like a different style. I'm sure my family will be surprised!


Anonymous November 13, 2009 at 12:15 am

I made Panko breaded tilapia one night, it was a recipe I found it Parents magazine and it was really good!


Rechelle November 12, 2009 at 9:37 am

I keep hearing about how great Panko is but have never used it- actually, I live in a very small town and haven't seen it in my grocery yet- I'm going to have to look out of town for it- I went through the Panko recipes and found several that looked good- the Saltimbocca of Zucchini sounds like it would be delicious if I could keep the stacks together while rolling them in the panko crumbs…


CDMOM November 12, 2009 at 8:14 am
Ms.T November 11, 2009 at 3:45 pm

I just received a package of fresh Halibut from a friend in Alaska….that is my favorite way to use Panko. I have never used this brand before but I love trying out new products!


scrappinmom November 11, 2009 at 3:39 pm

I have used Panko on pork chops that you coat and pan fry. My husband likes the crunchier texture that the Panko gives it.


Anonymous November 11, 2009 at 11:22 am

I received my FREE Progressive Panko Bread Crumbs a couple of weeks ago! I really like them; they add texture, etc., and are really good! I just used them to make and freeze turkeyburgers. I buy 3 lbs. of ground turkey at a time. I added chopped celery, chopped bell peppers, chopped onion, chopped garlic, chopped tomatoes, chopped parsley, 2 eggs, and seasoning. I then shaped into patties, used my Press 'N Seal wrap for each one, then put them inside a vacuum sealed bag! They are ready whenever we need them and we love them! (So does our Chihuahua; only without all the gudgeons!)The Progresso Panko Bread Crumbs makes them heartier burgers, with more texture than fine generic bread crumbs!Barb in Jax FL


Robin November 11, 2009 at 10:33 am

I've never used Panko before but I see it being used on the Food Network all the time! I have been wanting to try it for several months now and would love to win this =)


Janet November 11, 2009 at 10:29 am

Panko bread crumbs make a huge difference when baking fish and chicken. I absolutely love them.


Naddez November 11, 2009 at 9:02 am

Great giveaway!


Anonymous November 11, 2009 at 8:47 am

I love using panko … i mix it with parm cheese and cut up chicken into chunks and make my own version of chicken nuggets.. very yummy!! My kids love em too!


jimpat November 11, 2009 at 7:40 am

First, I want to say Thank You to all Veterans! Especially to my US Navy fellow Veterans! I hope this breading is as good as what I bought in Germany to make schnitzel!


jimpat November 11, 2009 at 7:38 am

First, Thank You to all the Veterans; especially to my fellow US Navy Veterans!I hope this is similar to the breading I found in Germany so I can make schnitzel!


Anonymous November 10, 2009 at 7:41 pm

can you use panko on chicken drumsticks?


Lesley November 10, 2009 at 6:55 pm

We recently used it for the first time making the vegetarian "crab" cakes out of Toni Fiore's Totally Vegetarian book. They were fantastic! I want to bread and fry everything now. 🙂


Anonymous November 10, 2009 at 4:27 pm

panko crusted chicken stuffed with feta cheese. flatten chicken breasts (pound with meat mallot while under wax paper) dredge in panko, place a spoon full of feta along center of chicken breat and then roll up (kind of in thirds long ways) place on baking sheet or stone. Drizzle or mist with olive oil. bake in 375 degree oven until cooked through 15-20 minutes. (do not over cook)


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