Sunday, December 9, 2012

Campbell's Skillet Sauce Review

Through Business2Blogger, I was provided the opportunity to try out Campbell's Skillet Sauces. They are excellent for quick weeknight dinners, which Craig and I often need since I am not the best at meal planning.

I was sent four flavors:

  • Creamy Chipotle with Roasted Corn and Black Beans
  • Marsala with Mushrooms and Garlic
  • Thai Green Curry with Lemongrass and Basil
  • Toasted Sesame with Garlic and Ginger

  • They are ready in just 15 minutes, with three easy steps:
      1.  HEAT.  Heat oil in skillet over medium/high heat.
      2.  ADD.  Add your protein or vegetables and cook until browned.
      3.  STIR.  Stir in sauce and heat to boil. Reduce heat and cover for five minutes or until protein is cooked through and/or vegetables are tender.
    The directions on the packet are really easy to follow. 

    Instead of chicken, I used cubed tofu.

    It was really easy to cook the meal and just add rice.

    Craig and I really liked the flavor of the Creamy Chipotle with Roasted Corn and Black Beans. It was spicy and the sauce paired well with tofu.

    We tried one more flavor so far, the Thai Green Curry. Unfortunately, I have nothing positive to say about it and Craig and I were both really disappointed. I thought it tasted like fish and when I checked the ingredients, I found ginger. I don't love ginger, so I think this might have turned me off. I managed to eat a bowl, but Craig tried his and threw the rest away.

    If you are interested in buying these to have on hand when you need a quick meal, the packets retail for $2.49 for a 9-ounce pouch. 

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    -Twitter: @CampbellSoupCo

    *The information and products have been provided by Business2Blogger at no cost to me. After my post is complete, I will receive a gift card as compensation. All opinions of the product are 100% my own.

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