Broccoli Cheese Soup and a giveaway


So it the middle of the week and I thought I make things exciting with a great giveaway.  It’s another great giveaway thanks to MyBlogSpark.  This one includes products from Progresso.  This prize pack includes a sample of Progresso panko, a carton of Progresso broth, a measuring cup, slotted spoon, soup ladle and a sheet pan for baking.  All wonderful items which I also received.  I’ve already been using the soup ladle to scoop up soup for my family and the chicken broth is almost gone.

If you’ve never cooked with panko before, now is your chance. 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. I have shared a recipe before using panko in the Panko Encrusted Fried Zucchini.  Next time you make breaded chicken, try panko in place of regular bread crumbs.  Delish!  I also love shrimp breaded with panko.

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.  Chicken broth is an essential pantry staple for me.


Check out ProgressoFoods.com and ProgressBroth.com for additional tips, recipes and videos from chef Chiarello.  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.

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.

In order to enter the giveaway, leave a comment on how you like to cook with broth or panko.  The time to enter this giveaway will end on  Sunday October 25 at midnight (MST).

Ok, enough giveaway info.  Let’s get to the recipe.  This is a “souper” recipe.  He, he!  Really I don’t mean to get “cheesy” on you.  Ok, sorry I’m in a goofy mood.  The recipe is for Broccoli Cheese Soup and happens to call for chicken broth.  It would be a great way to use the Progresso chicken broth.  The recipe came from My Kitchen Cafe.  Love her.  And I loved this recipe.  I loved the flavor that it gets from the combination of cheddar and swiss cheese.  I made 1 1/2 recipes for my family of 5.  We even had a little leftover.  I think it may have even been better the next day as leftovers.  I also simplified the recipe my using a bag of Green Giant Valley Fresh Steamers chopped broccoli.  I love these.  Take a bag from the freezer, toss it in the microwave, and in about 6 minutes you have hot steamed veggies.  If you go the frozen bagged veggies just make sure to drain the broccoli before adding it to the soup.  I serve mine along with Easy Potato Rolls.





Broccoli Cheese Soup

1 can chicken broth
1 small onion, diced
1/3 c. flour
1/4 c. butter
Pepper to taste
2 c. milk (I used whole milk because I had it, she used 1 %)
1 1/2 c. shredded cheddar cheese (the sharper the better for flavor – I only had medium cheddar on hand, but a sharp cheese would have been fabulous)
1/2 c. shredded swiss cheese
steamed chopped broccoli (the amount of broccoli really boils down to preference My Kitchen Cafe steamed approximately 2 1/2 to 3 cups of broccoli florets I used a Green Giant Valley Fresh Steamers chopped broccoli for 
1 1/2 recipes, if you use this drain the broccoli before adding it to the soup)

  1. Simmer chicken broth and chopped onion for 15-20 minutes in a covered small saucepan, until onions are soft. 
  2. Heat milk in microwave for 1-2 minutes. 
  3. In a separate medium-sized stockpot, melt butter then add flour and pepper. Cook together for a couple of minutes, then whisk in warmed milk. Stir and heat together on medium-high heat until soup starts to thicken.
  4. Next add chicken broth and continue to stir until well blended. Add cheeses and steamed broccoli. Serve immediately. Makes approximately 4 servings

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166 comments on “Broccoli Cheese Soup and a giveaway

  • I have always loved this soup. Any soup really! There are always dozens or so boxes of broth in my pantry.
    Can't wait to try this recipe out!

    Thank you!

  • I love to use Panko crumbs for chicken parm – the broth goes in EVERYTHING! Lemon cream pasta, tomato soup, potato soup! Everything!

  • I love to use broth in place of water for rice or potatoes. yumm!

  • I got some eggplant yesterday and would love to try it with panko.

  • I like to use broth when making rice.

    lisastassforth@sbcglobal.net

  • I just made some panko crusted Salmon patties and I always have chicken broth on hand for alot of things that call for water expecially mashed potaotes! Yummy!

  • I just use panko to bread my chicken. It's great for making them nice and crunchy.

  • I started using Panko Bread Crumbs in a recipe for Coconut Shrimp which became a New Year's Eve tradition for my husband and me. I soon began to use it in other recipes…it just makes the crunch better and keeps a nice light taste.

  • I use panko to make Japanese-style pork chops, and broth in soups. Thanks for posting so many great recipes. Your family must eat really well!

  • I love to use broth in alot of my soups that call for water, by replacing it with broth. It really makes mashed potatoes very flavorful instead of another liquid(milk)!! Thanks for the giveaway and wonderful blog!!

  • I use broth ALL the time!! Soups, sauces and more!!

  • I'm just starting to cook soups since we moved to a colder area. That's what I do the most with broth! I also use it to cook Hawaiian haystacks.

  • I always keep broth on hand, we love homemade soups. Recently we have used it in potato soup and sausage and pepper stew.

  • I love progresso soups!
    Yummy!
    If I won the panko bread crumbs I would make spicy bahamian mac & cheese.
    So good – a secret family recipe ;)

  • I really like bread crumbs in my fried chicken coating…mmm..
    stephpax @ gmail.com

  • I LOVE making chicken tenders with panko crumbs. They feel oh, so very grown up!

  • I love panko, it is SO much better than bread crumbs! I use it on veggie's to give them a yummy fried taste without the frying. Love Them!

  • I like to make white chicken chili and the recipe calls for chicken broth. So yummy!

  • I love to have broth on hand to make Chicken and Dumplings. Especially with the colder weather we are having here in the Midwest.

  • This is definitely the season for eating home made soups! I always have Progresso broth on hand to add to my soups. Also, I just recently discovered Panko. I made breaded chicken fingers in the oven and they were great!!

  • I use buttered panko to top creamy casseroles, and I also use it for added crunch in my tempura batter. Chicken broth is a staple in my cupboard, and homemade in my freezer, when I buy supermarket roasted chickens. They make awesome chicken broth.

  • Back home in MT on the farm, we made our own chicken broth. But now that I live in Florida, that is not an option. I have found it so convenient to go to the store and buy chicken broth. I use it for EVERYTHING! What a life saver. My favorite recipe to use it on is creamy tomato soup. Hey Real Mom Kitchen….if you would like me to share it I will…..it is AWESOME!!!

  • I use broth for French onion soup

  • Luv the Panko bread crumbs on chicken and of course shrimp.

  • I always have broth in my pantry. I make soups and stews all year round. I love a good hearty soup and some fresh baked bread. I have never used Panko but I have found many recipes that include it. I can't wait to try it.

  • I love using chicken broth in my enchilada sauce or creamy basil tomato soup~

  • I just tried panko for the first time a couple of weeks ago. I absolutly love it. I made chicken cutlets with the panko and loved how it fried up crispy on the chicken. Broth is a staple in my kitchen too. I use it to make soup and flavor for other recipes.

  • I love using chicken broth to flavor my vegetable chili very nicely. And I love Panko bread crumbs. For those of you who may not know it, you find them in the Asian isle at the grocery store. I make great Asian Meatballs with them that also includes the Chinese 5 spice combo. Yum.

  • I've never cooked with panko but now I want to run to the store to get some to try with my super easy chicken cordon bleu recipe. I use chicken broth for my favorite fall soup, chicken corn chowder.

  • I like to make salmon patties with panko crumbs – extra crispy.

  • I like to cook with broth when I make soup. It makes soup taste so flavorful and rich.

  • Broth is definately a staple in our house! I think half my recipes call for it, and a lot of times I'll add it to recipes that don't call for it, just to make it more moist or the meat a little more juicy and tender.

  • I love using panko for chicken or pork katsu. YUM!

  • I love using broth to replace the water in rice dishes. Simmer it with a little onion, worsterschire sauce, add some slivered almonds and you have a great side dish!

  • I would love to try your Panko Encrusted Fried Zucchini!

  • i keep chicken broth in the house always- we even use it in mashed potatoes. i've never used panko, but would definitely try it.

  • I love using broth to cook rice. It makes it so much more flavorful!

  • I mostly use broth for soups. I've never tried using Panko before though!

  • I make a really yummy jalapeno popper dip where I use PANKO for the topping with cheese and butter. Make a yummy crust for the dip. I'm thrilled that they have a brand of PANKO. I would buy my PANKO at a small ethnic grocery whenever I got to the big city. Hopefully my lil' town will start carrying this at our WM.

  • I love Panko for a crunchy chicken parmigiana crust. I always brown the crumbs on the stove first and then put them on the chicken! It gives an extra crunchy/crispy crust! And it's pretty healthy because you can actually bake it instead of frying it and you still get the crunch!!

  • I love to make soups and have to have broth on hand – it is just easier than making my own. My current favorite soup is a white bean chicken soup. Yum!

  • I always have low sodium broth in the fridge. I love it in soups, especially homemade chicken noodle. I've also started making rice with broth instead of water.

  • I use panko in my favorite fried chicken recipe. Where the chicken is fried and then covered in a nice simple terriyaki sauce. Delish!

  • I didn't even know what Panko was until now! Can i still enter? haha

    jvanchiere@yahoo.com

  • I use broth in my ham and chicken chowder. It is a necessity to have on hand because my 6 year old is always requesting this soup at least a couple of times a month.

  • I love having broth on hand this time of year for soups. There is nothing better than a warm bowl of soup on a chilly evening!

  • Just tried cooking risotto for the first time with chicken broth. Yum! Never tried panko, but am excited to!

  • I have never used panko before, but sounds great! My pantry is definitely stocked with broth! I use it all the time. I love it for rice and soups! yum.

  • Another nice giveaway :) I recently used panko as a topping for a warm dip I made…it was delicious!

  • I love to use Panko for everything! I'm so glad to see it being made more main stream! Hopefully I can find it in more grocery stores. If I had to pick one, I love using it as a topping for mac 'n cheese!

  • Yummy recipe. I've never used panko but I use broth for chicken tortilla soup.

  • Your soup looks delicious! I will definitely have to try it. I would use the panko for some new recipes I've been looking at. My husband recently had a heart attack and a whole new way of cooking is in the forefront of my mind. Thanks for the great idea.

  • I can't even count how many cans of chicken broth I have in my house. One of my favorite things to use it for is this soup. I love this soup! I have been making this soup for about 10 years now. I am the one who originally passed it along to Melanie. It is fun to see that so many other people like it too. I could really use the ladle too. I don't know why I don't have one. I always have to use a measuring cup to dish out our soup. Thanks for the fun giveaway!

  • Well, if I had both the broth and the panko I'd like to make some Italian wedding (meatball) soup.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo.com

  • One of my family's favorite easy-to-make recipes uses chicken broth. Saute sliced celery and mushrooms in butter, then add chicken broth (in place of water) and minute rice. Goes great with any kind of chicken – especially breaded with Panko crumbs!

  • I've only used planko once and can't even remember what for except it was to bread something…I love using broth in place of wine in recipes.

  • I love soups so broth is a must for me!! I have never tried Panko, but want to. Thanks for the giveaway….fun!

  • i love making soups, always with chicken broth…but i also use broth in tons of pasta recipes!

  • I always have broth on hand as I love to make soup year round. I am also always looking for new and fun soup recipes!

  • I add broth to mashed potatoes or when I am making rice instead of other liquids.
    msgb245 at gmail dot com

  • This is the perfect time of year for homeade chicken noodle soup with that progresso broth! Yum!

  • I use chicken broth when making rice. I think it makes the rice a little more moist and delicious.

    Tracy.justformeandyou@gmail.com

  • I love soup this time of year and need broth on hand for just about every recipe.

  • I used panko for the first time the other week to make the coating for my baked chicken. It was delish!

  • I always have broth on hand (in fact, got 6 more cans last night!). I love using broth in place of water in a lot of recipes, mostly soups, but also in rice dishes too. I've got a great turkey chili recipe that tastes so much better with broth. As well as a killer french onion soup. Hubby used to cook for a living and swears by panko crumbs instead of bread crumbs…chicken, fish, veggies…better texture then bread crumbs.

  • I love to make my own fried mozerella sticks with panko bread crumbs, absolutely delicious

  • I had no idea what panko was nor do I even know how to say it!

    But I love using broth for crockpots, soups (especially chicken noodle) and gravys.

  • I love broth to flavor things without adding any fat. I always throw some in when cooking chicken in the pan or in my stir frys or obviously as a base for soups. I also love macadamia crusted fish done with panko crumbs!

  • I love having broth on hand it is great for rice, potatoes, or to whip up a quick sauce. Panko breadcrumbs are great I use them to bread chicken.

  • I always have broth on hand, I use it at least 4 times a week. Last night, I used it in a spaghetti sauce.

  • I love using broth to make a wonderful Southwest White Chili. It is finally getting cool enough here in Texas to make it!

  • I love using panko for making chicken nuggets and fish sticks at home for my kids.

  • I love to use broth to make sauces, and I use regular breadcrumbs all the time. I have been wanting to try Panko breadcrumbs. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  • I like to use broth for pan sauces, or cooking rice in. And of course for soups.

  • I am a fried chicken fanatic, but my hips and thighs aren't as crazy about it as I am. For a healthier version, I use panko to make oven fried chicken. . .YUMMY (and without the guilt)!

    Laurie

  • I would like to try Panko. I've never even heard of it until now.

  • I have recently developed a love for cooking with broth. It makes the quickest of meals taste like you have worked on them all day long. Substituting a little broth whenever water is needed makes a meal that much better.

  • I love using broth for a lot of dishes. Soup, pasta dishes, vegetables and stews it's very versatile.

    Carey

  • Broth & Panko are staples in my pantry. My favorite way to use panko is to bread pacific cod or halibut and fry and then dip the fish in Kikkoman Tonkatsu sauce…one word – Delish!

  • Chicken broth is a staple in our food pantry since we eat so much soup in the fall. My favorite way to use it is in your crockpot chicken tortilla soup recipe instead of the water. What a fun giveaway!

  • oh this soup looks wonderful! I stock up on broth- always have several cans and boxes in my pantry..its my go to for making mashed potatoes- to making chicken pot pie. I also keep the panko bread crumbs in the pantry at all times..chicken parm, in my meatloaf, so many uses…oh- shrimp- tastes so light with the panko bread crumbs…like I said- so many uses..wonderful good!

  • I can't wait to try this soup! Thanks!
    I've always used bouillon cubes so I can make as much or as little as I need. And I've always opted for the cheaper bread crumbs but would love to see if the Panko makes a difference!
    Thanks! :-)

  • I don't know that I like one more than the other! I love broth for soups and gravies and I love Panko for coating chicken! Makes wonderful chicken tenders! I will go through a ton of broth with the holidays drawing near:)

  • Yum that soup looks great! My hubby loves broccoli cheese soup so I will try this very soon!
    For broth I like to cook rice with broth instead of water and I love to use panko on boneless porkchops it makes them so nice and crispy!

  • I use panko bread crumbs on porkchops and chicken. Just combing spices and breadcrumbs and pop in the oven. Awesome!

  • I use chicken broth in so many things! Soup, casseroles, etc

    jana_mccraine(at)hotmail(dot)com

  • Broth is a sure staple in our home. I love to use it in a good creamy white wine sauce. Yum.

  • I would love the opportunity to experiment with the panko bread crumbs more. I have used them a few times. I do use alot of broth, however. We use broth quite a bit for soup and such. My family loves them some yummy, warm soup on those chilly nights!! :)

  • I use Panko bread crumbs for chicken and fish. Love how crispy they can get!

    I use broth in many things from soups, sauces/gravies to stir fry! I love stock in a box! It's so convienent to store in the fridge between recipes.

  • I like to cook my rice in some broth and herbs to give it a little extra flavor. I need to try the panko crumbs, though!

  • I have a recipe that uses both broth AND panko! It's tilapia coated in panko crumbs and sesame seeds and cooked. You serve it over rice and pour a broth you make out of chicken broth and shiitake mushrooms. So tasty! Even my kids like it!

  • mmm, delicious looking soup! i like to use panko to bread chicken cutlets, my kids love it too!

  • I like to add chicken broth to my greens (collard, mustard, etc.) as I slow cook them. Also I add sauteed onions, and the whole mixture turns into a most tasty, healthful side dish. =)

  • Who can a make a decent soup without chicken broth? I buy two cases of it this time of year because it is on sale for all our holiday cooking needs! I am making the chicken enchilada soup today! Mmm..

  • Broth makes soups so easy. I make a vegetarian black bean soup that uses vegetable broth. It is delicious and easy.

  • I use Panko to make oven baked french fries. Yum!

  • I love to use panko in tuna stuffed tomaotes. MMM and Chicken broth gets used several times a week in this house but my new favorite way to use it is to cook plain white rice in chicken broth instead of water.

  • I use broth for soups and my favorite glazed carrot recipe. I just tried Panko for the first time a couple weeks and ago and love it.

  • I like to use broth in soups that I intend to make alot of this fall and winter. Havent't ever used panko crumbs much.

  • What a great giveaway. I always have broth on hand to make dumpling soup and I love panko covered chicken on a salad.

  • I would make oven-fried chicken and gravy with that prize! It would be perfect with some mashed potatoes too.

  • Fall is a great season because of all the soups and broth is essential for my favorite baked potato soup.

  • I would like to try chicken nuggets (or fingers) with the panko. Maybe my son would eat them since they're a little crunchier! :)

  • I love panko! I lived in Japan for a while, and became absolutely addicted to something called korokke, which is basically potato cakes with panko breadcrumbs. I love making it with a little ground beef.

    As for broth, well, I love crock pot soups, and now that the weather is starting to cool off, I can't wait to pull out the crock pot again!

  • One of my favorite things to make with chicken broth are chicken burritos. I am making them for 120 people Friday night. :)

  • I love, love, love brocolli soup so I will be trying this recipe soon. And the thing I like best with chicken broth…honestly, I've never used it. I think winning some would be a great time to try this recipe. ;)

  • I have used Panko before I like the lightness of it. I like to use it for seafood or Asian dishes. We always have broth on hand and our favorite use for it is tortellini soup.

  • I keep broth and use it for soups and to sometimes cook rice or noodles instead of water.

  • The soup looks yummy!! We love Panko here at our house. My hubby went to Japan on his mission and so we use it often to make chicken Katsu. The kids all love it!!!

  • I haven't cooked with Panko too much, usually for a topping for appetizers or au gratin potatoes.

  • I use broth constantly. I use it in my crockpot recipes, when trying to stretch or enhance some chicken soup, and sometimes to cook pasta in, as well! Thanks for the chance to win!

  • I use broth all the time. Lately I've been preparing a lot of freezer soups so they're always on hand during our busy weeks.

  • I love using panko to make delicious breaded chicken and then throw it on the grill!

  • Panko breadcrumbs are great sprinkled on top of a lasagna. They give the top cheesy layer a great crunch.

  • I have never used Progresso Panko or broth. I have several coupons for them but have never used it. This is the first time on your blog. I love the recipes. You definitely have some great ones! I could make a recipe book from your blog. Thank you for the time that you do this.

  • I have never used Panko before, but it sounds good. I love to use chicked broth when making rice..adds just a little bit of flavor!

  • Cheese tortellini cooked (and served) in chicken broth. Simple, but so good!

  • Oh, this soup looks very yummy! I love to use chicken croth to make a soup I love called, "Chicken Chowder."

  • I use broth all the time for recipes, soups, steaming rice, adding flavor to mashed potatoes, etc. I have never used Panko but just the other day I heard of a recipe calling for panko in cookies! If I win I'll have to give it a try! Thanks for the giveaway!

  • I love using broth to make rice! I've never used panko, but am very interested in it. I love cooking with bread crumbs. my favorite is marinating chicken in italian salade dressing and then dipping it in bread crumbs and parmesan cheese. I would love to see how this tastes with panko!

  • I love using panko instead of breadcrumbs to do oven-fried foods like chicken and veggies. It just gets so much crisper in the oven than plain breadcrumbs. Thanks for the giveaway!

  • I use the broth frequently. Usually soups and rice, but my favorite is homemade enchilada sauce. I could drink the stuff!

  • What a great giveaway! I recently discovered Panko crumbs and they really are delicious. I've used them mainly for breading chicken in a variety of recipes. They are a nice change from regular bread crumbs. Yum!

  • I use broth for almost everything. Sauces, rice, and especially soup. I love soup!

  • I use panko bread crumbs to bind meatballs, or even to coat chicken tenders before baking! It's a great staple.

  • I use chicken broth in arroz caldo–a Filipino recipe that means "hot rice". It has lots of fresh garlic and ginger in it. I use panko to make fried pork cutlets or chicken cutlets that we dip in plum sauce. I go through cases of broth quickly because I use it in so many things. It gives our meals so much more flavor.

  • I usually make my own broth, but I love using panko. I toast it and sprinkle it on veggies or use it to coat my chicken for baking. It makes everything so crunchy. Yum!

  • I like to use panko in place of bread crumbs in most recipes, it gives anything fried or baked a nice crispy texture.

  • Fun Giveaway! I use chicken broth for many things but my favorite is for my potato cheese soup that I'll be posting on my blog soon. Thanks!

  • I love making chicken pot pies with chicken broth. Delish! And I sure would like to win so I could try the panko-encrusted zucchini!

  • I don't fry much food but, would love to try the panko on chicken or anything really.

  • Broth is great for soups or on their own. We also have a can or two in the house because you can always whip something up with it. Yum!

  • Panko crumbs make very tasty chicken nuggets for the kiddoes.

  • I love to saute some veggies add in broth and when it comes to a boil I add in cous-cous. It's such an easy dish to switch up. Throw in shrimp, cheese, or leftover chicken to make it a full meal! The broth adds so much more flavor than water.

  • My favorite use for panko is Oven Baked Onion Rings. My husband seriously loves onion rings so I needed a way to make them a little healthier. Panko to the rescue!

  • I use broth in soups mostly, my favorite right now is Butternut Squash soup.

  • I like to use panko bread crumbs making Thai lemon chicken!

  • I like to use panko when I pan fry chicken breasts.

  • I love to make soup, so I use chicken broth all the time! I like to use panko for anything that I make with bread crumbs. One of my favorite recipes with it is crispy yogurt chicken from pioeer woman!

  • I love using broth for lots of things, soups, rice, potatoes, etc.
    i always have it on hand..
    brenda

  • Broth is wonderful to add richness to my potato soup. I always have some in the pantry.

  • My recent new love for broth is using it to cook wild rice and to boil potatoes in. Yum Yum!

  • I love having chicken broth on hand. I cook rice with it, make mashed potatoes with it, even boil veggies with it.

    And…I LOVE panko!!

  • I've never cooked with panko, but I'd love to try it! I use chicken broth in my white chicken chili :)

  • I've never used panko, but always wanted to. I really should just try it. I like to use chicken broth in soups, but I don't really store it.

  • I love using broth for soups, but I use a lot of it when making Thanksgiving dinner — turkey, stuffing, gravy.

  • I use panko on top of my homemade man and cheese to giv it a nice crunch

  • That soup looks yummy!!! Panko is fun for chicken parm or any kind of fish. Definitely a necessity!!! (as is broth!)

  • Panko and broth are both staples in my kitchen. There's nothing better than panko-crusted chicken cutlets. I use broth is lots of things — soups, sauces, rice, potatoes, etc. What a great giveaway!

  • I've actually never used Panko before.. but I'm sure it would be great in place of regular bread crumbs on chicken parmesan! And broth is an absolute must in my kitchen.. I use it in everything!!

  • I would like to perfect my pork katsu recipe. Panko is SO good!

    Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

  • I have a lot of recipes that call for Panko, but as a college student I have never had the time or means to buy Panko. Usually money is spent on items I use all the time. So I am excited to try the Panko with a recipe I have for homemade mozarella sticks!

  • I just LOVE to crust salmon fillets with Panko breadcrumbs. Yum.

  • Great giveaway Laura. I love to use panko bread crumbs to make my fried green tomatoes they turn out so cripy. Broths are perfect for soup and gravies.

  • I love using the Panko bread crumbs to coat my eggplant slices for eggplant parm! Also I break out the broth for yummy soups like my favorite one – chicken enchilada soup!

  • That soup looks yummy! It's my daughter's favorite.

    I like to use broth a lot in soups..and my new fave is the italian wedding soup with turkey meatballs.

    I've used panko bread crumbs to bread chicken fingers and they turned out really good.

  • I just used these two ingredients together last week. I made panko crusted chicken breasts with a mustard maple pan sauce that was AMAZING!!!! After dipping the chicken in a mustard mixture,egg, and panko crumbs, I cooked them and set them aside. I then used the same pan to add a blend of mustards, chicken broth, and a tad of maple syrup and covered the chicken breasts with the sauce. SOOOOO GOOD! This is a fantastic giveaway!

  • I love to use panko bread crumbs to bread tilapia fillets with and then grill them on the grill or george foreman grill. By the way I made the pumpkin fudge last night and we loved it!!

  • I use panko bread crumbs to make "fried" veggies. MMM! I also use a variety of broths, for beef stew, soups, etc

  • I use broth in almost every soup and I always put in in with chicken breasts in the crock pot to keep everything nice and moist :)

  • I use broth quite often. I love to use it in place of water for my rice.

  • I've never used Panko before. And, I actually don't store much broth – because most of what I found has MSG in it and thanks to migraines, we try to be MSG free. I've found one brand of bouillon cubes that doesn't have MSG, so I tend to use those.

    I need to see if my grocery story has the Progresso broth because it would definitely become a staple.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  • I love making parmesan crusted chicken with panko crumbs. I use broth to make homemade enchilada sauce.

  • Broth is a staple in my pantry year round. I use it in place of water for extra yummy flavor when I make rice or potatoes. During the holidays I go through boxes of broth! I am already stocking up!

  • I have broth on the grocery list. I love to use it in homemade turkey rice soup…. Waiting for that Thanksgiving carcass….

  • I always have broth on hand because I LOVE soups. I've been waiting for fall to have them back as a lunch staple. Next week sausage tortellini soup finally.

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