Saturday, January 25, 2014

Campbell's Dinner Sauces Hosted Party via @crowdtap #SauceItUp

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I was recently selected to host a Campbell's Dinner Sauces Hosted Party.  I have friends who love red meat and I have several guests who are vegetarians.  I decided to split the difference and do two different things to accommodate everyone.  Easy to do when you are using Campbell's Slow Cooker Sauces and Campbell's Skillet Sauces.  Really. It couldn't have been easier to make both the dishes.
On the left above I have my organic meat for the Campbell's Sweet Korean BBQ and on my right I have my tofu for my Thai Green Curry.
All you have to do is throw the meat into the slow cooker and empty the packet of sauce on top of it. Cook it on low for 8 hours and you are done. That is it.
I decided it would be fun to make Korean BBQ soft tacos so I picked up some napa cabbage and chopped it up and warmed up the tortillas after the BBQ had cooked for about 8 hours. 

 I love my crockpot!  There I am trying to squeeze in there. 

Meanwhile I put some rice up to cook for the Thai Green curry which was easy enough to do. Then I grilled some tofu and chopped it up. You can use chicken as well, remember I had to have some food for the vegetarians for this party.
I added the Campbell's Skillet Sauce in Thai Green Curry and mixed it in with the tofu. If you use chicken you want to make sure you cook the chicken first then empty the Skillet Sauce over the cooked chicken!
All ready for my guests!  Everyone loved the Campbell's Skillet Meals and could not believe I didn't make both of the entrees from scratch. 

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