Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Panache Pantry Bread Crumbs Giveaway

I'm always intrigued by new and versatile products that can easily add flavor to almost any recipe.  So when I heard about a new company called Panache Pantry and their gourmet bread crumbs, I was eager to try them.  The best part?  They have no preservatives and no fillers - just real ingredients.
 I decided to really put them to the test.  I have a lentil casserole that is easy to make and economical, but it isn't the most exciting dish on the block taste-wise.  It's a dish with a major case of the blandies.  So I prepped the casserole like normal, but then sprinkled the Sicilian Whole Wheat bread crumbs on top, followed by some grated Cheddar cheese. 
It truly added so much in the flavor department!  I don't think I'll ever be able to make the old version of lentil casserole again, after trying it with Panache Pantry's bread crumbs on top.  The zucchini rosemary has a slight sweetness with a twist of salty to it, so we're going to try that on top of grilled sweet potatoes next time we make them.  The possibilities are endless - try them on seafood, meats, chicken, as a topping to jazz up some steamed broccoli - or even on eggs.  I love that I now have a natural product that I can use to add a new twist to my old standby dishes. 

Would you like to win some to try?  Panache Pantry has been generous enough to offer a giveaway to one lucky winner, who will receive one 4 oz. package of Pumpkin Cajun and one 4 oz package of Zucchini Rosemary to try.  To enter, just click on the "read more" beneath my signature.

Disclaimer: I was provided with two packages of gourmet bread crumbs for review purposes.  The opinions stated above are my own. 
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32 comments:

cat said...

I would love to try these breadcrumbs on my recipe for hot chicken salad. It's a wonderful recipe, but I have made it for years and would like to add a little pazazz for a change.

JDaniel4's Mom said...

This looks like a wonderful product!

Jeanne said...

oh thanks for sharing this, and I plan to look it up and try out some of their products. Looks great! Have a lovely day!

Maple Lane said...

So very interesting. Thanks for telling us about these products.

Heather said...

I feel like homemade mac and cheese would be awesome with these bread crumbs!

Out on the prairie said...

Very interesting combination of flavors, it is always nice to have something new to try.

Texan said...

I bet those are good.

andy said...

Sounds interesting! Hope you have a great day

The Incredible Woody said...

Those bread crumbs sound like they would add some pop to a whole lot of dishes!!

Jill said...

Nice, fresh idea!

A Quiet Corner said...

Yummm...I'd like to sprinkle the Rosemary on my broccoli casserole!!!...:)JP

Tina Fariss Barbour said...

These would be good on a lot of different casseroles and mac and cheese. Thanks for telling us about them. (and a lentil casserole sounds delish)

My Journey With Candida said...

I would use them in many things, but one would be meatloaf.

Grandma Bonnie said...

My son-in-law has a cauliflower recipe that calls for bread crumbs. I bet this would give his very bland dish a kick.

Valerie said...

These would be good on so many dishes-I'd like to use them on my oven baked chicken recipe!

Becky Jane said...

I appreciate that they are all natural. These sound good on fresh salad greens!

Michelle said...

These would be great to use on top of casseroles.

Nancy Claeys said...

Fried chicken. I'm so entered into this giveaway, Lisa. Thank you! xoxo

1porkchop said...

Meatloaf or possibly a pasta dish

alissa apel said...

Tuna Noodle Casserole.

Declan Cash's Mom said...

They would be great in meatballs or meatloaf and also as a topper for mac and cheese or scalloped potatoes

Tweedles -- that's me said...

I can smell it cooking, and we want some NOW!
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tweedles

Renae said...

awk, I don't ever get how to enter on those forms. I think I did it?

Wendy said...

I can think of many uses including for breading garden zucchini and onions.

Jennifer said...

chicken
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heather abbe said...

I would love to use these for mac n cheese topping.

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Brittany Boardley Renaldi said...

I would try them on my chicken cutlets!

Maryann D. said...

I would use them in some vegetables dishes.
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Nancy said...

I'd use these top top baked fish.

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Chelle Starfire Futch said...

I would love to coat chicken breasts in them before baking!

Cristen said...

I probably use them on chicken or veggies.

Donna said...

I would like to top a casserole.
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