Chicken and Toasted Sesame Skillet Sauce

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I refer to this time of year as my "crazy time." Not only is it back-to-school, but it's also harvest season or "crush" as we say in the winemaking world. It means as the family unit is adjusting to new schedules, routines and homework, the vineyard requires meticulous attention and wines in the cellar are headed to the bottling line, as we make space for a new vintage. 

Truly, it's all amazing, I can't complain one bit (and I try not to). I love watching my kids grow into well-adjusted teenagers, while I follow my own dreams of making wine, growing grapes, writing about food and developing recipes. I love what I do every day, however, with so many "balls in the air," I don't always have time to make elaborate meals for dinner. 

The fall season for my family, weeknight and weekend, is synonymous with long days. Between a myriad of school activities and personal responsibilities, we have an agricultural crop to bring in. When it's ready, it's ready and there is no delaying it. Working very long hours until every grape is brought into the winery is a necessity. And with all the disruption, the pizza delivery man is called upon a little more than I would prefer. 

Chicken with Toasted Sesame Skillet Sauce
Having options when it comes to quick and easy meals gives me piece of mind. Knowing I have these choices waiting in my pantry keeps my stress levels down and lets me concentrate on my family and our family business during this stressful time. 

Campbell's Skillet Sauces incorporate ingredients I already have on hand, so there is minimal planning and no need to run to the store or spend extra time looking for ingredients. It's a win-win, as it's just not possible for me to get a warm, hearty meal on the table every single night... without a little help. As a result, I am able to focus on my real life, while I get a real dinner on the table.

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Using chicken tenderloin helps save time in the kitchen. I don't have to slice the chicken into smaller strips and they can go straight from the package into the frying pan, which also means less clean up.

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Once the chicken is golden brown, just open your Skillet Sauce packet and pour it right into the frying pan. 

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A gentle warming and in minutes you have a beautiful dinner to serve to your family.

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Udon noodles, often found in Japanese soups, are a type of thick, wheat flour noodle. I love using them in quick-cooking meals as opposed to spaghetti noodles. They take only four minutes to boil, a real bonus when you're short on time. Udon noodles are widely available in the Asian section of your grocery store.

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Tossing sesame oil with your Udon noodles adds another layer of sesame flavor to this already delicious meal. 

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I serve this dish with my 5-Minute Spicy Lemon Broccoli. The chicken, noodles and broccoli all come-together at the same time, making it possible to have a hot-cooked, flavorful meal on the table in 20 minutes or less. This is going to be my lifesaver this season.  

An easier meal also means I have more energy to help the kids with their homework in the evening or watch one of our favorite TV shows together. The day-to-day moments of my life are far from glamorous, but family time remains a key ingredient. With Campbell's Skillet Sauces, I can put a real meal on the table without sacrificing any of these moments. 

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Print Recipe

Chicken and Toasted Sesame Skillet Sauce

Recipe from: Created by Cathy Pollak for NoblePig.com | Serves: 2-3

Ingredients

  • 1 Tablespoon vegetable oil
  • salt and pepper
  • 1 pound skinless, boneless chicken tenderloins
  • 1 package Campbell's Toasted Sesame Skillet Sauce
  • 1 (9 oz) package udon noodles
  • 1-1/2 Tablespoons toasted sesame oil
  • 1 teaspoon toasted sesame seeds

Directions

  • In a large 12" skillet, heat vegetable oil over medium high heat. Add chicken, cooking until slightly golden brown, about 2-3 minutes on each side. Add skillet sauce to the pan and simmer on low for about 10 minutes.
  • Meanwhile, cook udon noodles according to package directions. Drain and toss with sesame oil. Divide noodles on plates and place chicken and sauce over noodles. Sprinkle each serving with toasted sesame seeds. Serve with broccoli or any other vegetable of your choice.
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 Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Campbell's and I have been compensated for my time in creating it. It's brands like Campbell's that continue to make posts on this site possible, please support them in any way you can. As always, all opinions about this product are 100% my own.

How will you use Campbell's Skillet Sauces to make a wonderful family dinner? Tell me in the comments. 

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  1. What a lovely weeknight meal!! I love the idea for a busy night!

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  2. Lisa Brown 2

    I will use the sesame chicken skillet sauce to make a chicken stir fry with rice

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  3. Lisa Brown 3
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  4. Making dinner easy. Love it.

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  5. Carole Resnick 5

    Thanks for the givaway. The holidays are upon us and a Target gift card would help.

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  6. Carole Resnick 6

    I posted on my blog cybercookscookingcorner.blogspot.com

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  7. betty campbell 7

    I will ue it on stirfry chicken

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  8. Mami2jcn 8

    I would use the scampi sauce to make shrimp scampi.

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  9. Mami2jcn 9

    tweet–https://twitter.com/mami2jcn/status/515492310893613057

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  10. Sharon 10

    I’ll use it either for shrimp or chicken stirfry.

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  11. I plan to use the skillet sauce recipe and feature in a blog post . I’ll photograph in my just for Asian food dishes with the caveat about the sweepstakes entry. Often I will take a photo as a still life of something I cooked and paint a still life of the photo !

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  12. Mary W 12

    I shared the message: link to twitter.com

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  13. Mary W 13

    I would slice pork tenderloins, add vegetables in a stir fry and use Campbell’s Sauce. This served over Jasmine rice made in a rice cooker would be a fast easy meal.

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  14. Sues 14

    I never thought I would like the skillet sauces until I tried them and realized they’re quite good! Your dish looks wonderful! I like using them with shrimp and rice :)

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  15. Kelly D 15

    I would use the Chicken Marsala sauce to make a chicken dish for my family.

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  17. Marybeth 17

    I would try them in my crockpot…big fan of slow cookers!! Convenient to have supper ready I get home… :-)

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  18. armymum 18

    I use the Chicken Marsala one all the time. This one looks really good too! Will try it in the rotation this week. Definately needing some quick and easy new ideas lately for dinner, tired of the same old same old!

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  19. cindyzs 19

    oh this looks so yummy! mm good! this is what i would make first if i won! :) thanks for the chance

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  20. I would definitely use it on some scallops I have in the freezer! Yum!

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  21. libby 21

    I will use the scampi sauce to make shrimp scampi, as we love anything shrimp!

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  22. Elena 22

    I would use Chicken Marsala sauce to make Chicken Marsala for dinner

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  23. Elena 23
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  24. Robin W. 24

    What a wonderful post!! I trust Campbells – so really almost any flavor they have would be amazing!! Thanks for the great ideas!!

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  25. I eat a lot of chicken and this sounds fab! But I think I would use it with strips of beef and prepare it as you did the chicken and then stir fry tons of veggies!

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  26. Sandy Headtke 26

    I know my family would love Creamy Chipotle and any leftovers would be good in tacos

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  28. Lily Sheng 28

    I’d like to to try the Sesame Chicken Skillet Sauce, but may sub chicken for pork and replace noodles with rice!

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  29. Lily Sheng 29

    and here’s my tweet: link to twitter.com Thanks for the giveaway!

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  30. Islara 30

    This is a great and easy meal for dinner!

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  31. Gaby 31

    digging this for a weeknight meal!!! Can I just get an invite next time this is on the menu :)

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  32. My family would go nuts for this chicken dinner!

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  33. Margi 33

    I have this in my pantry and now have the push I needed to make this. Sure looks good.

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  34. Sharon 34

    The Tavern Style Beef Stew would be perfect for a hearty fall dinner.

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  35. Sharon 35

    my tweet – link to twitter.com

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  36. Frank Mosher 36

    C’mon!!!

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  37. shari w. 37

    this looks like a tasty dinner and pretty quick… :)

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  38. Liv 38

    What a time saver! We get home at 6pm and the kiddo’s bedtime is 8pm and he takes forever to eat so any time I can shave off dinner prep is worth it! We are big fans of shrimp so I think I’ll try a sesame shrimp stirfry.

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  39. melissa spiegle 39

    love quick and easy dinner ideas

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  40. Susan P. 40

    I like your recipe for the Sesame Chicken so I would recreate it with the Toasted Sesame with Garlic and Ginger Skillet Sauce. I even have those noodles in my cupboard!

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  42. Janice E 42

    Always looking for a quick – but still tasty – dinner. This fits the bill!!

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  43. mark frazer 43

    this is a must try.

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  44. Suzanne 44

    I would use it to make this wonderful looking recipe! Yum!

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  45. Diane in Cincinnati 45

    I would make exactly what you did – it look delicious!

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  46. i’d use it in a crockpot chicken recipe.

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  47. It’s that delicious season of autumn in the Pacific Northwest so that makes it the best time for savoury stews and hearty soups. I would love to try Campbell’s Fire-roasted Tomato with Red Bell Peppers and Chiles. I would make a smoky ratatouille with seasonal vegetables (eggplant, onions, zucchini, and squash) and serve it with warmed crusty bread wedges for dipping! The sauce is vegan so I can rock Meatless Mondays with little effort.

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  48. Definitely to improve boring chicken breasts!

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  49. Natalie Yarbrough 49

    I have never had shrimp scampi before so I would use the scampi sauce to make shrimp scampi.

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  50. Natalie Yarbrough 50

    tweet with user name @yarbr012 : link to twitter.com

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  52. I love anything that makes dinner time easier and these sauces would definitely do the trick for my family. It’s a whole lot easier than starting sauce from scratch.

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  53. heather 53

    I would use Campbell’s marsala sauce to make my family chicken marsala for a wonderful family dinner.

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  54. KB 54

    I could totally see myself combining a Campbell’s skillet sauce and a barbecue sauce recipe for BBQ chicken or pork!

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  55. Nicole 56

    I would use Campbell’s Skillet Sauces to make a wonderful stir fry with chicken and broccoli for a family dinner.

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  56. Cynthia C 57

    I would like to use the Sweet Korean BBQ sauce to make BBQ beef sandwiches.

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  58. Nicole 59
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  59. Lesley Pew 60

    I would use the sesame ginger sauce with leftover turkey.

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  60. Tara Huff 61

    I would make a crockpot pork recipe!

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  61. LaTanya 62

    I would make chicken marsala

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  62. LaTanya 63
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  63. jen page 64

    this meal looked delicious. thanks for all your meal time inspirations. i love some noble pig!

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  64. Oh Cathy, I hear ya! Sans the winery, obvi. But omg, September/October are nuts for us, too because both kids are involved in soccer and my daughter is also in dance. I mean, it’s a wonder we don’t eat cereal every night for dinner. I love this 20-minute meal! FTW.

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  65. Rebecca 66

    I would use this sauce in a crock pot meal.

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  66. Brownie 67

    I would love to use these and try the different ones. I have been wanting to try them but nervous they were salty.

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  67. Brownie 68

    I would love to make this on a night shrt on time. I have been wanting to try them!

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  68. Gina 69

    I would use this sauce to make teriyaki tofu and veggie skillet.

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  70. sharron orcutt 71

    this recipe looks delish and easy – two words i love in a recipe

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  71. Can’t wait to try this sounds so easy and delicious!

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  72. Vincent 73

    I’d try the Tavern Pot Roast Sauce with a nice roast, onion, carrots and potatoes.

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  73. Vincent 74
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  74. Angel Jacklyn 75

    I’M GOING TO TRY THEIR SAUCE IN MY NEW PULLED PORK RECIPE I GOT FROM ONE OF THESE REVIEWS, THANKS! afjackly @ oakland . edu

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  75. Angel Jacklyn 76
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  76. Alicia D. 77

    We love the marsala one at our house and now I really want to try this recipe.

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  77. Amy L 78

    I’d use the toasted sesame sauce to make a chicken stir-fry with lots of veggies and brown rice.

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  80. Ashley Hewell 81

    I would make the shrimp scampi recipe.

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  81. Patricia Caradonna 82

    My husband is the cook in my house so I would purchase all the ingredients and have him make chicken dish using the toasted sesame skillet sauce.

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  82. Angela pengler 83

    I would make stir-fry with it.

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  83. DAWN SCHMIDT 84

    I will use the Tavern Style Pot Roast variety to make a Shepherds Pie.

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  84. DAWN SCHMIDT 85
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  85. Calli 86

    I’d make tikki masala with chicken and mushrooms served over rice!

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  86. michelle costin 87

    Chicken in the slow cooker with a fresh veggie side

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  87. Pam Barnes 88

    Looks super easy. Will be adding this to out weekly menu.

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  88. Avery Young 89

    Being a busy graduate student, the Campbell’s skillet sauces make for an easy meal and they are tasty too. Love them. I need to try this particular sauce though. Looks good!

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  89. Wendy McBride 90

    I will use the Scampi sauce to make easy Shrimp Scampi!

    wendym at cableone dot net

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  90. Sarah Gilbert 91

    Looks so yummy and simple! i will be trying this with the udon noddles this week.Thank you for sharing!

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  91. Laura Scott 92

    Nothing better than a nutritious, quick meal!

    Sharing on FB, as well.

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  92. Terry Cross 93

    I would use the Thai Curry sauce to spice up my family’s dinner

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  93. Meggan 94

    i live alone but I could see myself using this to prepare lunches for a whole week!

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  95. Jessica Pettit 96

    I’ve used this product before to make a similar dish. It was delicious! I’ll have to give the udon noodles a try!

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  96. Bonnie M 97

    I would try the Thai green curry for a quick dinner!

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  97. Liz 98

    have made so many of your recipes, loved them all, we hardly eat the same meal twice in a month. Target sounds good, there is one about 45 miles from me, will have to make a day of it.

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  98. Liz 99

    Have Moroccan Chicken on shelf waiting to join some barnyard fowl. I haven’t been to a tavern in around 15 years, The Tavern one did taste familiar though.

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  99. Pam C 100

    The chicken marsala is calling my name

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  100. Samantha Tabor 101

    Looks delicious! Must give this a try asap!

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  101. Mary Ann M. 102

    I’be seen these and wondered if they were good. I’m excited to try the one you posted — it looks delicious!

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  102. Pam C 103
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  103. Anna Rotari 104

    I would make Asian meat balls

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  104. Linda 105

    I just bought the Toasted Sesame sauce, so I’m going to try the very recipe you’ve posted! Thanks!

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  105. Sara 106

    Looks super tasty!!

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  106. Kera A. 107

    I would use it to make this recipe. It looks very good!

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  107. Julie 108

    It might be great in the crockpot with some chicken and veggies

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  108. Ellon St. Croix 109

    I’m dying to try these sauces. They will really help make week night dinners fast and easy!

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  109. Jill 110

    Looks yummy! I’ll have to give this a try!

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  110. Monica 111

    Love your website!

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  111. Traci smith 112

    This is perfect for those last minute meal ideas. Can’t wait to try them all.

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  112. Julie 113

    Yum! I’m trying this tonight.

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  113. tammigirl 114

    I would love to add these to some fresh chicken and make dinner simple and delicious!

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  114. vickie martin 115

    What a nice easy meal. Looks great for tomorrows dinner.

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  115. Jessica Murray 116

    I would stir fry some shrimp or tofu with a variety of mushrooms and bok choy!

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  116. Eva 117

    Looks yummy! Great giveaway too…love your site! :)

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  117. Erika 118

    This would help a lot on a busy night!
    chambanachik(at)gmail(dot)com

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  118. Nicole 119

    I would use the Tavern Style Pot Roast Slow Cooker Sauce to make a crockpot roast with carrots and potatoes.

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  119. Jan Crish 120

    Chicken with anything on my table every night

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  120. Shannon 121

    We are so busy on weekdays with homework and after school sports that I’m always picking up fast food. These look so fast and easy that we could have a great family dinner!

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  122. Jessie C. 123

    I would use Campbell’s Skillet Sauces to make skillet cheesy chicken & rice.
    tcarolinep at gmail dot com

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  123. Jessie C. 124

    -https://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/516777173969956864

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  124. Deb Anderson 125

    I think I’d like to try the Chicken Marsala sauce. A gourmet dish without all the gourmet preparation!

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  125. I will definitely try this but over rice in place of noodles!

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  126. Lindy 127

    Love the Noble Pig!

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  127. SueH 128

    What a quick and easy way to make dinner, I want to try them all

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  128. annette turello 129

    have tried several of your recipes,there all YUMMY

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  129. Jill Moore 130

    Good to know this is a good shortcut.

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  130. Lonnie Sisler 131

    this is the perfect recipe for my 22 year old daughter living on her own now. She loves this type of food! Thanks for sharing!

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  131. sharonjo 132

    I’d like to use the Campbell’s Skillet Scampi Sauce over sautéed shrimp and serve it over angel hair pasta. Thank you!

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  133. Elle 134

    I would get the Sesame Chicken flavor and make some flavorful, delicious white meat chicken served over wild rice with steamed veggies.

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  134. Elle 135
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  135. Dee coye 136

    Would love to prepare this for my family. Pictures are great.

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  136. sandra 137

    I may try your recipe

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  137. Leela 138

    I’d make some chicken marsala with rice!

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  138. Anne 139

    My favorite thing about the Campbell’s Skillet Sauces line is that it includes flavors that I otherwise wouldn’t be incorporating into my family’s meals, like the Chicken Marsala or the Thai Curry Chicken. It’s a great way to serve tasty, wonderful dinners without spending a lot of extra time in the kitchen or money on exotic (to me, anyway) ingredients. And I love the rave reviews!

    I also love the idea of Udon noodles with sesame oil as a side dish–perfect! Thanks.

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  139. Anne 140

    I tweeted the link to your beautiful recipe and the Campbell’s promotion:
    link to twitter.com

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  140. Courtney b 141

    i would use it well i would use the shrimp scampi sauce over angel hair pasta and some fresh shrimp.

    SO YUMMY !:) I’ve tried them all and love them!

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  142. amy pugmire 143

    I would love to use to make hawaiian haystacks.

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  144. Doris 145

    We love stir fry chicken over at our home!

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  145. Susan Smith 146

    I’d like to try the Tavern Style Sauce on a pot roast with mashed potatoes carrots and onions.

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  147. Cheryl W 148

    I find currys so intimidating. Not sure why they never turn out right for me. How could I go wrong with it pre-made for me, from Campbells. I would definitely try the Thai Curry Chicken flavor out first. Thanks for the opportunity to enter.

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  149. Angel 150

    I would use the Sesame skillet with shrimp and vegetables over rice

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  150. robin 151

    I would like to try your chicken recipe!

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  151. Anna Pry 152

    i’ve never used the sauces so i would get dinner ideas from their website! pryfamily5@gmail.com

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  153. April was in CT now CA 154

    I love the flavors of that sauce and it looks like it would make a great stir fry with chicken or shrimp over rice!

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  154. rachel 155

    I’d use the sesame sauce to baste salmon! Yum!

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  155. Rebecca Thomas 156

    I love Korean Street tacos, but never made them because I felt the meat took much time to make. I am excited to try the Sweet Korean Beef sauce to make my own Korean Tacos at home!!

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  156. Rebecca Thomas 157

    link to twitter.com

    tweeted :)

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  157. Tina M 158

    I’d use it to make Orange Pork Tenderloins with Caramelized Onions

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  159. Aurelie Red 160

    Your little broccolis are so sweet ;)
    I think I would use the thai curry sauce to make a wonderful family dinner, with chicken and some sweet potatoes !

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  161. Denise L 162

    I’d saute chicken, then some mushrooms, broccoli, carrots, onions – stir in the Toasted Sesame sauce and serve over rice. My family would love this!

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  162. Denise L 163

    tweeted – link to twitter.com

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  163. Janice Cooper 164

    I would love to make chicken in the crockpot using the Southern BBQ Slow Cooker Sauce

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  165. MelissaO 166

    Later in the week, my dishes get simpler and simpler so this would be a great way to create something lovely but quickly!

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  166. Amy Parker 167

    These sauces seem to make Crock-Pot meals even easier!!

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  167. maria cantu 168

    I would use them to make pulled pork sandwiches.

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  168. Samantha Daleo 169

    I think I will get a couple of flavors and some meat that may be onsale and create something yummy. I am thinking I will start with the Korean BBQ one with maybe some beef…I could do the Sweet and Sour one with maybe some chicken or shrimp…the possibilities are endless and delicious!

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  170. Gina M 171

    I would add the sauces to meat in my slow-cooker to make a delicious and easy family meal!

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 AT gmail DOT com

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  171. Gina M 172

    tweet–https://twitter.com/WildOrchid985/status/523554157396234240

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  172. Mary Rappleyea 173

    Next time I do a chicken stir fry I will be trying Campbell’s Toasted Sesame Skillet Sauce, sounds like a flavor we would like. But I will be checking out the other flavors too.

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  173. Shannon 174

    Chcicken Marsala would be our favorite!

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  175. Karen D 176

    I think that they’d be a plus for having a great sauce already made, so I’d use them in the slow cooker with tempeh and root vegetables to make a nice sauce to serve over rice.

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  176. Karen D 177

    Tweeted at link to twitter.com

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  177. Kerry 178

    I would make a toasted sesame chicken salad!

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  179. Madeline 180

    I’d like to make the Slow Cooked Pacific Island Chicken and Rice.

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  180. Madeline 181

    Tweet link: link to twitter.com

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  181. kjasus 182

    i would use the sauce to make pot roast

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  182. Sonya Morris 183

    I am looking forward to finding these at the store! I want to make pulled pork with one of them!

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  183. Sonya Morris 184

    Link to tweet:
    link to twitter.com
    Thank you!

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  184. Betty C 185

    I’d like to splurge a little and use the Scampi sauce with shrimp and scallops.

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  186. Debbie B 187

    i’d enjoy making chicken marsala for dinner!

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  187. Debbie B 188

    i posted a tweet here: link to twitter.com

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  188. Neiddy 189

    I would make BBQ pulled pork tacos using the Southern BBQ sauce

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  189. Neiddy 190

    tweeted -https://twitter.com/neiddy_ruiz/status/527092355434688512

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  190. ewhatley 191

    One of my crockpot faves is pot roast with potatoes, carrots and onions so I would add the Korean BBQ sauce for a different twist.

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  191. Ellie Wright 192

    I would use the Southern BBQ Sauce to make pulled pork and serve it in tortillas with onion and cilantro.

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  193. Rebecca Graham 194

    I will make a chicken stir fry with the sauces.

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  194. erica best 195

    i love anything i cook in the slower and this would be great for that

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  196. Thomas Murphy 197

    I would use them to make a roast.

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  198. Lisa Garner 199

    I would use these to break out of our boring dinner routine and try something new.

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  199. Lisa Garner 200

    I Tweeted: link to twitter.com

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  200. Amanda Sakovitz 201

    id love to make beef stew!

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  202. Birdiebee 203

    I would make a Sesame Ginger Chicken over rice for my family.

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  203. Birdiebee 204

    I tweeted.

    link to twitter.com

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  204. Sarah L 205

    I’d make Campbell’s Skillet Sauces, Scampi with White Wine and Garlic.
    Thanks for the contest.

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  206. Annette 207

    I’ll use Campbell’s Skillet Sauces to make a wonderful family dinner by adding the slow cooker sauces to my chicken, beef, and pork. I need a reason to pull out the slow cooker more often and this would help me add variety.

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  208. Theresa Jenkins 209

    the 1st thing I’d try>>5-Minute Spicy Lemon Broccoli…looks yum-o

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  209. Arleen 210

    Hmmm… Pulled Pork in the slow cooker with the sesame sauce over jasmine rice with steamed broccoli on the side.

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  210. I would use these sauces for a weekday crock pot meal. I actually have two of them at home waiting to be used! I like the recipe you created!

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  211. sandra 212

    sweet Korean bbq beef

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  212. erica best 213

    I would use the HAWAIIAN PORK to make a pizza

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  213. I’d love to try sweet teriyaki sauce on grilled chicken pieces.

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