Saturday, October 24, 2009

Panko Baked Pork Chops (Progresso Giveaway)

Hey folks! Its time for my first giveaway. See the end of this post for details. I made some delicious pork chops tonight just in time for a night of college football.

These pork chops were crispy and light (with the Progresso Panko Crumbs). I also didn't use any eggs so I saved on fat. These were healthy, juicy, and delicious!

1/2 cup ff plain yogurt
2 T light sour cream
1/4 cup dijon mustard
1 T stone ground mustard
1 lb center cut pork chops (4 4 oz)

Salt and pepper chops. Mix all together. Coat chicken - then coat with panko bread crumbs. Cook for about 50 minutes (40 minutes covered, 10 uncovered) on 400.

OK - all the stuff in the picture is what you get! I enjoyed the chicken stop in a soup earlier in the week. I was very excited to get my first giveway thanks to and I look forward to many more.
So, here is how you enter: tell me in the comments your favorite panko coating recipe or Progresso Soup (maybe you don't like to cook that much!). Progresso Soups are really yummy! Contest will end on Wednesday night, October 28th, 11pm EST. Happy cooking!


Laurem said...

Ok here's my entry- I love to cook but this is a great fast dinner! My favorite Progresso Soup is thei Lentil Soup. I add cooked brown or white rice, about 1/3 cup of marinara sauce and top it with some grated pecorino. It is so yummy!

JC said...

My favorite panko coating recipe is Thai lemon chicken. Pank crispy bread crumbs, boneless skinless chicken breasts, lemon slices/juice, mayo. Cilantro if preferred. It's easy and yum!

Anna said...

I make a yummy and quick Chicken Cordon Bleu with panko bread crumbs. They make the perfect crispy crust to accompany the delicious melted cheese on the inside.

Hooray for your first giveaway too!!


erica said...

random question do you just sign up on and they will randomly send you things to try and give away?

Thanks so much for your help. I just started my blog in november, and am trying to learn new things and get some reader volume to my blog!