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Panache Pantry Chicken, Pasta + Giveaway

10/24/13


Have you ever heard of gourmet bread crumbs?  I had not, until the nice people of Panache Pantry sent me some samples.  Panache, a company founded by two at-home moms, have taken bread crumbs to a whole new level, whether it be their classic Sicilian line or their more modern products like Banana Nut Curry or Pumpkin Cajun (which I plan on sprinkling over ice cream as soon as I go buy ice cream).  It's such a brilliant, simple idea, and saves you the time of adding fresh herbs and spices to your boring old bread crumbs.  So far, I've sprinkled the Zucchini Rosemary crumbs over pasta...     


...and the Vintage Sicilian with chicken.  Take boneless, skinless chicken breasts, coat with mayo on both sides, sprinkle with bread crumbs on both sides, season with salt and pepper and bake at 350 for 20 minutes.  Trust me, if you don't like mayo, you will still love this.  It just makes for SUPER moist chicken.  And the Sicilian bread crumbs add such a depth of flavor.  Easiest dinner ever!



SO, Panache Pantry wants to give one of YOU some samples (any 2 crumbs from their 5 lines, your choice)!  Please "like" Panache Pantry on Facebook, comment below to win, and let me know how you would use these crumbs.  I will pick a winner Monday morning (10/28).  Good luck!    

38 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm thinking they would be yummy on top of roasted brussel sprouts

Sue Gottscho said...

Sounds like a good topper for my favorite chicken and noodle casserole!

Anonymous said...

Always looking for a new chicken dish. I like your idea of sprinkling on pasta.

Renee Drummond said...

Yum! Those breadcrumbs look amazing! I would use them for either coating pork chops or in my homemade Italian meatballs, to start!

Anonymous said...

I'm always looking for something to put on chicken. These sounds delicious!

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andwontonmakesthree said...

Love the easy chicken and mayo recipe, but I would definitely be using these breadcrumbs on top of some homemade mac n cheese.

Valerie said...

I'm thinking with chicken or on pasta!
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Ashley Reid said...

yum! I'd make some baked eggplant tenders and chicken tenders.

CLF said...

My mouth is watering! love new combos that I never think of on my own!

mhuffman said...

I would love to try some on chicken.

Cuong, Jen & Hannah said...

ohhh...i would totally sprinkle the breadcrumbs on top of a mac and cheese casserole! makes my mouth water already! YUM!!!

Charlene said...

These bread crumbs look awesome!! I would use them on chicken, pork , or inside meatballs. :)

Rachel said...

Looks great! I would love to try that chicken recipe you shared, or over pasta.

JACLYN said...

I would bread chicken with them!

AnnaZed said...

I think I would take the marvelous sounding Vintage Sicilian crumbs and put them atop a potato/zucchini/eggplant casserole.

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Lauren Brewer said...

I'm not sure that I can do the mayo chicken. No offense. It's just a mayo thing. But everyone has great ideas so I will piggyback those and say Brussels sprouts, chicken and Mac n cheese. Or all of the above. They do sound yummy!

Linda said...

I'll sprinkle some on the pumpkin I need to bake... Veggies, and the chicken sounds yummy, ooh how about some on top of baked scallops ala charthouse...

Mary B. said...

hmmm... spice up some plain ol' chicken perhaps?

Kayela said...

On homemade Mac and cheese;) mmm....

Sarah Wolfe said...

I am digging your idea of cajun pumpkin on ice cream, specifically vanilla bean! OR the zucchini rosemary on pork chops! <3 <3 YUMMM! :-)

Lisa said...

I have made that chicken and mayo dish before but would love to try it as well with these breadcrumbs. Thanks!

Virginia said...

What wouldn't I put them on? Chicken casserole, baked mac and cheese, pasta... YUM!

flourish home said...

Just "liked" Panache Pantry on FB!
Let me count the ways I would use the breadcrumbs.....meatloaf, chicken fingers, loved the idea of on a sweet potato (saw that on their FB page)....YUMMY!

Renee Ostrov said...

These crumbs look amazing! I cannot tell you how I long for fresh new ingredients! First, I would make fried broccoli and cauliflower just like my Italian Grammy used to. We all miss her so much and I think these crumbs would bring a new beginning to a family favorite. Then I'd make anything and everything topped with these beauties! Thank you for introducing us to Panache Pantry!

Renee said...

These crumbs look amazing! I cannot tell you how I long for fresh new ingredients! First, I would make fried broccoli and cauliflower just like my Italian Grammy used to. We all miss her so much and I think these crumbs would bring a new beginning to a family favorite. Then I'd make anything and everything topped with these beauties! Thank you for introducing us to Panache Pantry!

Felicia Collins said...

Yum! I want to try the chicken. I am always looking for easy dinners for during the week. Thanks for the opportunity!

KHerring said...

These look soooooo good! I would definitely try a Squash Casserole with the Pumpkin cajun crumbs...mmmmmmmmm sounds good to me!

Tamar Roucher said...

I would definitely use the the pumpkin cajun over roasted acorn squash and a butternut squash bake!

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Jen W. said...

I think these would add great flavor to my favorite meatloaf recipe.

♡♥♬ Carolsue ♡♥♬ said...
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♡♥♬ Carolsue ♡♥♬ said...

I just made some Italian meatballs that called for seasoned breadcrumbs. The Vintage Sicilian would be very good in that recipe, I would think.
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Katy P said...

I would put them on chicken and pasta.

susan said...

These look yummy for lots of Italian dishes! Would love to try!

Katie DePierro said...

I would love to add the Sicilian breadcrumbs to a chicken dish I make with artichoke hearts, roma tomatoes and a little mozz at the end. It sounds like it would sass up some shrimp or fish too!

Jordan M said...

I love topping my salmon with some breadcrumbs and these sound great!

Leigh said...

yum. either chicken, or baked mac & cheese!! orrrrr, both :)

Sarah Wolfe said...

Was a winner picked???

NE Salzy said...

I like the snowy christmas tree - they would be perfect in my christmas tree collection I started a few years ago. All the trees have to be 12 inches or less, and they can't be more that $20 each. Oh they are so cute lined up every year on the way down my stairs!!

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