I prepared my tilapia by by lightly rubbing it with EVOO and then coating it with the crispy panko bread crumbs. I then cooked them in a pan with a little EVOO and they came out crispy and delicious. I added some Spanish rice (topped with cheese) and a spinach salad and the end result was this...
Whether baking, frying or broiling, panko bread crumbs provide a flavorful crunch you just don't get from regular bread crumbs.
Right now, Progresso is hosting a contest to an amazing Wine and Dine Event with Michael Chiarello, in Napa Valley. Complete with a weekend of food and wine, air fair and lodging. This is a trip for two. You must enter by December 31st, and must be at least 21 years of age and a legal US resident. I really would LOVE to win this trip! You can also find great recipes and cooking tips for using panko on Progresso's site, as well as a coupon for $1 off any flavor of panko bread crumbs. The lemon pepper was awesome.
The information, Progresso Panko bread crumbs, and a Michael Chiarello's cookbook were sent to me by General Mills through MyBlogSpark. The opinions are authentic and 100% mine.
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