Cooking is not one of my favorite things. But, give me something to make is simple, quick and tasty and I’m all for it! If it’s a meal that my family likes, even better. Campell’s Skillet Sauces fits the bill on my every need.
We’re already fans of Campbell’s soups so there wasn’t a problem with knowing there would be quality in their new meal starter that just takes 15 minutes to cook. It’s really easy to make:
- Heat up vegetable oil in a pan
- Add chicken or your choice or protein (salmon works well with some of the sauces)
- Stir in the sauce and bring it to a boil. Reduce heat, cover and let cook for about 5 minutes or until chicken or other protein is cooked through.
I chose the Campbell’s Toasted Sesame with Garlic and Ginger for an Asian style meal. I had about a pound of chicken strips in the freezer so I let them defrost in the refrigerator. Before I started the chicken and sauce, I boiled a pot of water for spaghetti. For a side, I made a tossed salad. The whole meal took about 20 minutes!
Let me tell you, it was delicious. The sauce was nice and thick. There was enough for my family of three. We didn’t want to cover the spaghetti with the sauce so the taste of the sesame and ginger stood out. The garlic flavor wasn’t overbearing and it made a hardy meal.
I know we’ll be eating another meal with Campbell’s Skillet Sauces again. There are 6 varieties to choose from including the Sesame that I used:
- Creamy Chipotle with Roasted Corn & Black Beans
- Marsala with Mushrooms & Garlic
- Thai Green Curry with Lemongrass & Basil
- Toasted Sesame with Garlic & Ginger
- Fire Roasted Tomato with Red Bell Peppers & Chiles
- Scampi with White Wine & Garlic
You can find these sauces in your grocery store near the boxed dinner kits, gravies and marinades. If your store doesn’t have them, ask them to stock them. Right now there’s a coupon on the Campbell’s Sauces Facebook page. You can also follow them on Twitter @CambellSoupCo
Almost forgot – each packet has a meal suggestion for someone like me who can’t think of a thing to make for dinner.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post by Campbell’s. All opinions are my own as always.