August 12, 2011

Lawry’s Everyday Seasoned Zucchini Fries & Giveaway!

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I am so excited to be teaming up with Lawry’s and The Motherhood on a cool contest with Lawry’s seasonings. I’ve always enjoyed using Lawry’s on meats when I cook and this time our team of six was challenged with thinking outside the box on ways to use Lawry’s products. Julie of Dinner with Julie, Denise of Wholesome Mommy, Tricia of Once a Month Mom, Debbie of Debbie Does Dinner Healthy, Jane of A Mom’s Take and myself put our heads together to come up a great everyday meal using Lawry’s seasonings and marinades.

Be sure to check out the awesome recipes for Strawberry Salad and Jack Chicken on my teammates blogs!

A Mom’s Take - Strawberries & Balsamic Herb Salad

Wholesome Mommy – Candied Pecans      (for on top of Salad)
Once a Month Mom – Lawry’s Cheese Stuffed Chicken
Debbi Does Dinner Healthy - Lawry’s Cheese Stuffed Chicken
Dinner with Julie – Zucchini Fries

Julie and I worked on the zucchini fries recipe and had a blast developing it. We focused on flavoring our zucchini by mixing the panko with the Lawry’s salt, then baking it until everything was nice a crispy. It was a deceptively simple side dish that everyone loved.

Lawry's giveaway

To help you all join in the fun in cooking with Lawry’s here is a great giveaway for 1 bottle of Balsamic Herb Marinade, 1 bottle of Seasoned Salt Marinade and 1 jar of Seasoned Salt:

1) To enter leave a comment sharing your favorite dish to make with Lawry’s products.

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3) Sign up for The Naptime Chef newsletter on the upper left hand corner.

4) Contest runs from August 12th at 7:00am to Monday August 22nd at 11:59am.

Recipe

Lawry’s Baked Panko Zucchini Fries

Ingredients

 1 cup panko bread crumbs
3 teaspoons Lawry’s seasoning salt
1 cup all purpose flour
2 eggs, beaten
2 medium zucchini, cut into french fry strips

Instructions

1. Preheat oven to 350F.

2. Stir together the panko with the Lawry’s salt and place the mixture on a shallow plate. Place the flour on a separate shallow plate. Pour the beaten eggs into a bowl.

3. Dip the zucchini sticks in the flour, followed by the eggs mixture and, finally, the panko bread crumb mixture. The bread crumbs should completely coat the zucchini.

3. Place the coated zucchini on a baking sheet and bake for approximately 25 minutes, until golden brown and crispy.

 

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  • Anonymous

    I use Lawry’s to make homemade Chex Mix. That way my kids get no MSG and we can put in what ever we are in the mood for. Yum!

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    I’d love to make a Caprese Salad with the Balsamic Herb!

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  • Melissa

    I like to make homemade chicken nuggets with them

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  • Eclairre

    bbq chicken, yum

  • Wendy Y

    Any BBQ!!

  • Miranda

    It sound like the seasoned salt would taste good on roasted veggies.

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    A burger’s not a burger without Lawry’s!!

  • Mandi Garfield

    Well, I use Lawry’s garlic salt all the time.  It has to be Lawry’s, no generic or other brand!  I use it in everything. 

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  • Maryheartland

    I love Lawry seasoned salt in this potatoe salad recipe:
    5 pounds boiled new potatoes-or small red potatoes-cool,peel and cube.
    8 hard boiled eggs-cooled and cubed
    3 peices celery and 1/2 white onion diced
    mix all together with miracle whip and add salt pepper and lawry salt. put into a lg serving bowl and add lawry salt to the top to make it pretty!

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  • Audreyoka

    Visiting from Debbi Does Dinner and shared with her that I’d love the seasoning salt on a good steak :) I have to admit your zucchini fries look really good. Zucchini is one of the few veggies my daughter eats.

  • Jessica

    I am visiting from WholesomeMommy and I am excited to find a new blog! I love to use the Seasoned salt on pan potato fries. You just cut the potatoes in discs and shake in a bag with seasoned salt, chili powder, garlic, and the fry up in a pan. Yummy!

  • Pretend Chef

    I am not inventive in the kitchen. I would be happy using the recipes you ladies created to put together a nice dinner for my guy and I. Yummy!

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  • Kate

    It’s also great on grilled fish.

  • ethan jury

    these look really good and remind me of cactus fries that i had once.
    as for a recipe, i have never made this one because i made it up based on the giveaway prompts, but now i definitely want to try it. i thought the seasoning salt could act as an Old Bay type seasoning on grilled shrimp, and that this would go nicely (what doesn’t?) with some frank’s red hot hot sauce. and why not on pasta?
    Spaghetti with Salt-Seasoned Grilled Shrimp and Red Hot Caramelized Onions!

    mmmmm
    i visited and posted on all of the other’s blogs as well :) 

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  • Amy S

    I love it sprinkled on popcorn!

  • Jessica

    We like to use the seasoned salt on burgers and chicken on the grill.  I really want to try it on oven fries too!

  • Jamie

    I like to use the Seasoned Salt in my grilled burgers.  I am a FB fan and subscribe to your newsletter.

  • SharonF

    I’ve used their marinade for a pork loin cooked on the grill and the seasoned salt in fried potatoes.