Sunday, March 30, 2014

French's Giveaway

If you're like me, you sometimes have trouble figuring out new and exciting ideas for dinner.  I have reliable go-to favorites, but sometimes you want to try out a recipe that you've never made before.  What I've come to realize is that meat is very versatile, depending on how you want to use it.  Chicken, beef, pork, or seafood can be used and prepared in so many different ways to ensure a new and tasty recipe.  Wouldn't you like to create delicious restaurant style meals at home while having dinner on the table in under thirty minutes?



French's is an American manufacturer of mustard, which they are most known for.  They also have marinades and french fried onion rings.  If you're searching for a new crowd-pleasing recipe for an upcoming dinner party you're having, French's has a whole recipe database. You'll surely be able to create a fabulous meal, thanks to French's.  One of the newest products in the French's family is Crunch Time Entrees.  Available in four different flavors; general tso's, sweet and sour, chipotle BBQ, and buffalo.  Simply coat your protein of choice in the provided coating, cook it, and prepare to delight your taste buds.



There are so many delicious ideas that run through my head when I see these Crunch Time Entrees.  How about coating some chicken breast in the sweet and sour coating and serving it with white rice and  snow peas for an Asian inspired meal? If you're craving spice, how about some buffalo flavored tilapia? Serve it with asparagus for a healthy meal that will make your stomach smile.  Whatever way you decide to use Crunch Time Entrees, you're guaranteed to create a crowd-pleasing meal that your family will love.

86 comments:

  1. I would use the buffalo on chicken...bet that would be yummy!

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  2. the chipotle bbq on chicken breasts on the grill

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  3. I would use the sweet and sour with chicken. Then make a stir fry to add the chicken to it.

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  4. I'd use the General Tso's with chicken. It's one of my husband's favorite entrees to have when eating out, so it's exciting to be able to make it so easily for him at home!

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  5. I would use the Sweet and Sour on chicken and serve with steamed rice sounds yummy to me.. lol

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  6. I would use the Sweet and Sour on chicken breasts with rice on the side.

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  7. I would love to coat my chicken wings in them and BBQ!

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  8. I would probably addthe chi men to a stir fry .

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  9. I'd use the General Tso's version on either shrimp or chicken. What an easy entree that would be!

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  10. I've been wanting to try the buffalo chicken one.. I'd use it on chicken for hubby, but I'd also love to try it on some veggies.. zucchini dipped in a ranch sauce.

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  11. The Chipotle would be good with shrimp and rice, the Buffalo with chicken wings (my fave lol) and the sweet and sour with strips of pork in stir fry with egg fried rice. General Tso's would definitely be used for just that ;)

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  12. I would use them to coat my chicken tenderloins.

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  13. I would use the chipotle BBQ with boneless skinless chicken breasts.

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  14. I would use it to spice up my veggies! Thank you for the contest!

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  15. I would like to try the chipotle BBQ with chicken or shrimp for a quick meal.

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  16. I would use the buffalo on chicken breasts, to make buffalo chicken sandwiches.

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  17. My protein of choice would be pork chops, and I would use the Chipotle BBQ sauce. I would serve it up with mashed potatoes and green beans.

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  18. I would use the sweet and sour on chicken tenders.

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  20. Lauren-Olivia WoodMarch 31, 2014 at 1:17 PM

    I'd use the Sweet and Sour on Chicken Breast! olivia41393@yahoo.com

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  21. I would make General Tso's tofu!

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  22. I would use the general's tso on some chicken

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  23. I'd use the Chipotle BBQ on pork chops.

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  24. I would use it on cut up chicken breasts.

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  25. I would use the sweet and sour with chicken, and then add it to a salad.

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  26. I would use the general tso's on meatballs with cranberry sauce in the crockpot. Yummy

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  27. I would use the sweet and sour in a nice fish

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  28. I would use the French's General Tso crunch time entree on chicken to make a quick and tasty meal on busy weeknights.

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  29. I think the Buffalo would be different on a pork sirloin roast. I have a hard time keeping it moist...maybe this would help!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  30. I would use the crunches for chicken wings or chicken tenders.
    Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  31. I would use the buffalo on boneless chicken
    Marie S

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  32. I would use the Buffalo on some chicken tenderloins for some Buffalo chicken tenders.

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  33. I would use the Buffalo Entree on chicken. dwelchert at yahoo dot com

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  34. I'd like to try the Sweet and Sour. I would make S & S Chicken over fried rice.
    dolniaks at consolidated dot net

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  35. I would use the buffalo on some chicken! I'm eager to try these! Thank you! :)

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  36. I would love to try the sweet and sour on a pork loin :)

    ktgonyea at gmail dot com

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  37. I would use the French's Buffalo Crunch time on boneless chicken breask and add it to a salad with blue cheese crumbles and dressing for a healthy summer meal.

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  38. I would use the general tso's and use it on chicken and have some yummy pork fried rice with it.

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  39. I would try the Sweet and Sour on pork chops.

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  40. i would love to put these on my chicken to try new stuff

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  41. I'd try the Buffalo on chicken and use in a wrap :)

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  42. Would be good on chicken strips.

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  43. I would use the Gneral Tso on some chopped up chicken breast and make a stir fry with rice.

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  44. I would use the Sweet and Sour on chicken breasts with rice

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  45. I'd love the Chipotle BBQ on chicken!

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  46. I would use the Chipotle BBQ for chicken tacos.

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  47. I would use the Buffalo and make hot buffalo wings with blue cheese sauce.

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  48. I really want to use the buffalo on some chicken!!!

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  49. I would make some baked chicken and put the buffalo on it.

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  50. I would use the Buffalo to make buffalo shrimp, and I'd use the chipotle with tempeh or tvp to make vegetarian tacos!

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  51. I would use the Chipotle BBQ on chicken and roast it

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  52. I would like to try the buffalo on my boneless wings.

    rtrexel@gmail.com

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  53. I'd love to try all of these especially the Sweet and Sour on chicken with vegetables.

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  54. I would use the sweet and sour on some tofu or meatless chicken!

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  55. I would use the Sweet & Sour to coat chicken before making stir fry. YUMMMMMM

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  56. Chipotle BBQ on BBQ chicken.. yummers!! myawinz@mail.com

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  57. I'd use the General Tsos and make it with chicken, veggies and brown rice.

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  58. I'd use the buffalo on chicken tenderloins

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  59. I'd use the sweet and sour with pork.

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  60. I would use the General Tso's on chicken. I would love to be able to have that flavor at home :) YUM!

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  61. the Sweet and Sour for some tasty chicken

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  62. the Chipotle BBQ on CHICKEN WINGS

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  63. the Chipotle BBQ on CHICKEN WINGS

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  64. the Chipotle BBQ on CHICKEN WINGS

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  65. I would try the buffalo on shrimp.
    I don't make shrimp often but always looking for new ways to prepare it.

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  66. I would love to try their General Tso's on some chicken. We inhale that and haven't found a good recipe for at home yet

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  67. I would use the Sweet and Sour for pork chops :)

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  68. I would use the Sweet n Sour on baked chicken breast.

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  69. I would use the Sweet n Sour on baked chicken breast.

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  70. I would use the Sweet n Sour on baked chicken breast.

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  71. I would use sweet and sour on my stir fry. lexbaylor27 at gmail dot com

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  72. I would crush the Sweet and Sour and use it as a coating for pan sauteed shrimp - making me hungry!

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  73. I would use the Sweet and sour and put it on my grilled chicken.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  74. i would put the sweet & sour on chicken. i am tony l smoaks on rafflecopter.

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  75. I would use the buffalo coating on some tofu strip and pan fry it. served with a tossed salad & baked potato

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  76. MARIA SIMON


    WE ACTUALLY DO SWEET AND SOUR ON CHICKEN AND IT IS FANTASTIC :)

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  77. I would love the General Tsos on a chicken and rice dish. Thank you




    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  78. We would use the sweet and sour on chicken with a little bit of rice!

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  79. I would use the General Tso's with shrimp! We love eating Chinese food and this is one of our favorites!
    vikki.billings@yahoo.com

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  80. I would use the sweet n sour on some chicken tenders.

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  81. I'd love to try Sweet & Sour on some chicken wings! Lisa L tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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  82. We love to grill in the summer so I would use the Chipotle BBQ on either pork or chicken.

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  83. I would love to use the General Tso's to make General Tso's chicken.

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  84. I would use the General Tso's to make General Tso's Chicken.

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