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Campbell’s Thai Curry Skillet Sauce and a Giveaway

Please note, this giveaways is now closed. I recently had a chance to try out Campbell’s line of Sauces that help prepare quick and easy meals. Along with this review, I am also running a $100 Target gift card giveaway, with further details at the end of this post. If you’re a regular reader, you know I’m always interested in trying to find ways to make easy meals.

Campbell’s new sauces focus on “Real Life. Real Dinner.” The line of sauces fall into three categories: skillet, slow cooker and oven. I was able to find them easily near the gravy section at Vons and they are available at many other major grocery chains as well. After much perusing, the two that really caught my attention were Thai Chicken Curry and Chicken Marsala. Both are dishes I really love and will order at restaurants, but I’ve never tried to make before in real life.

Last Sunday, I was craving Thai food, but I have a rule of trying to eat a real dinner at home on Sunday evenings. But the reality was, I was too exhausted to do much cooking and it was also extremely hot outside. Then I remembered my Campbell’s Thai Chicken Curry Skillet Sauce.

All you need to do for this chicken curry is to add chicken! As a result, this was ready in about 15 minutes. I made some rice to go with it, and waiting for the rice to finish cooking ended up being the most difficult part of this dish.

The directions on the back are straightforward. You take a pound of boneless chicken breast and slice it into thin strips. Then you brown the strips in a pan with some oil. Once the chicken is finished, you pour in the sauce, stir and simmer for about 5 minutes, and it’s done! Super simple.

I also added some green bell peppers to my dish to add some veggies in there and some fresh Thai basil.

Verdict? I was pretty pleased. I’m not quite sure which type of Thai curry they were going for– to me it tasted like the green curry commonly served at Thai restaurants in the US. It had a rich coconut flavor, a mild sweetness, and was quite spicy. This version actually rivaled many of the ones I’ve had in Thai restaurants, and at $1.99 a pack, my version was far cheaper than going to a Thai restaurant and ordering the dish.

I haven’t yet had a chance to try the other sauces so I can’t speak about those, but my first impression of the Thai Chicken Curry is very favorable and I can’t wait to try others.

How will you use Campbell Sauces to make a wonderful family dinner? Tell me in the comments and you will be entered to win a $100 Target Gift Card!

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404 comments on “Campbell’s Thai Curry Skillet Sauce and a Giveaway”

  1. I use quartered Yukon Gold potatoes in my thai curry and green beans.  thats how the Thai place made it when we lived in Hollywood.

  2. Always looking for deals on groceries & easy recipes. I am teaching my 11yr old how to cook. Ty!!!

  3. I have not tried the Marsala yet, it looks great, Campbells  has been in my house since as far back as i can remember, from tomato soups and grilled cheese to green bean casserole, i love anything Campbells, its the best there is, no competition. 

  4. This is such a great idea!! I am gonna create some mamasterpieces wthe these sauces!!

  5. Thanks for the giveaway. Looks great!

  6. I love this product! they are good and it makes my crockpot meals that much easier!

  7. I’d start out by using the sauces in my slow cooker.  I need some new ideas and this is perfect.

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

  9. Entry #1:
    How will you use Campbell Sauces to make a wonderful family dinner? 
    A:  Surprisingly I’ve never heard of these sauces, so thanks for the introduction and great review. I definitely want to buy & try all of them. I’m a big fan of quick and easy meals. The first one I’d like to try is the Thai Curry Sauce. I would sauté Chicken breast, Red and green peppers, and Yellow onions. Add the Sauce and let simmer.  Lastly, add Dole Pineapple Cubes (canned) and maybe some juice too. I’d serve it over Jasmine rice. We love veggies, so I’d probably serve a veggie side dish.

    Wow, now I’m hungry! lol  Thanks for the yummilicious giveaway!

  10. I would make a Tai Curry shrimp dinner over angel hair pasta for a wonderful family dinner.  

  11. I’m really wanting to try their slow cooker pulled pork variety.  I LOVE pulled pork, but have yet to find an easy way to do it, that I would repeat.  Serve with some okra and corn bread.  mmm!!!

  12. That looks amazing! I want to try it!

  13. I Tweeted:

  14. I would love to use these sauces to reinvent some of our boring chicken dinners.

  15. id love to make beef stew!

  16. I would make a seasoned roast.

  17. I would LOVE to try that!!! #NOMNOM

  18. When I create my own meals and they have to be quick any campbells condensed soups or skillet sauces are a HUGE help!

  19. I use vegan chicken strips and add some steamed Broccoli to it, so yummy!

  20. I’d like to try this sauce with some seafood !!

  21. i love the Hawalli one in the long cooker it was so good 

  22. This sounds amazing, I will definitely be putting this on the menu in the next couple weeks.

  23. Sounds delish! Hope to try this recipe. #SweepstakesEntry

  24. Wow this sounds fantastic! Especially the Curry, I need to try this!

  25. Tweeted:

  26. I would make a Shrimp scampi dish for my boys using the scampi sauce!

  27. Curry looks good; might have to try that soon.

  28. I tweeted!

  29. Gl everyone and thanks for the chance!

  30. The chicken marsala sounds amazing! Definitely would try that out.

  31. I’ll make the Slow Cooked Pacific Island Chicken and Rice. Looks delicious!

  32. I love these and how they make it all so much easier to create delicious meals. I’ve been browsing their pinterest page and drooling over the recipes used with these sauces.

  33. I have not yet tried the Campbell’s Sauces. After reading your review, I definately want to try the Curry – your dish looked delicious! I think I might add some mushrooms & water chestnuts. Or maybe some green onions. I also would like to try the chicken marsala. And maybe add shrimp instead of chicken.

  34. Oh wow,  that looks so good.  I would use it to make this recipe.  It is something we have never made before!  We have to try it!

  35. I’d love to make one of the curry sauce with some chicken!

  36. I will make a good family dinner with the sauces in my chicken stir fry,

  37. Thanks for the giveaway. You have convinced me to try the Thai Curry! Last week I bought the Korean BBQ slow cooker sauce and will be trying that. I am planning to serve it shredded in tortillas with an Asian slaw and spicy mayo

  38. All of these sauces sound good and I would purchase them all. The first one I’d like to try is the Thai Curry. Both Thai cuisine and curry are our favorite. Campbell Sauces can easily become a staple item in our home. We love sauces and gravy. Thanks for the great review and giveaway!

  39. I would use the Thai Curry paired with kosher salt seasoned chicken tenderloin and serve it over spiralized summer squash!  YUMMMMM!

  40. Found your page via crowd tap. I haven’t tried these sauces yet, but I have been trying some of the other Campbells products through crowd tap, and I made a bread bowl and filled it with a loaded potato soup made with Swanson Cream Starter. It was amazing! I’m not going to lie!

  41. thank you so much for this recipe I will be making it very soon and it looks so delish and yummy ! I think my kids will even enjoy it ! thank you again from one happy mom !

  42. I love Campbell’s and Curry, I so need to try this. Haven’t yet, but you can bet I will!

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

  44. 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.

  45. Looks great!

  46. Looks good I think I will try one of these out.

  47. tweeted -

  48. I would make Chicken Marsala and veggie medley for dinner

  49. I can’t wait to try out Campbell’s Skillet sauces!

  50. i would enjoy making chicken marsala for my family 

  51. I am so going to have to try these! You make it look so good and I bet it tastes just as great! 

    I had to pass it on using Pinterest, Twitter and Facebook

  52. I’m not a big fan of spicy foods so the Thai Curry is probably not for me. However, my hubby loves spicy foods, so I’m definitely going to make it for him 1 night. The Marsala or sesame chicken are more my speed so I’ll make 1 of those for myself & our daughter on the same night. They sound delicious (and incredibly easy)! 🙂 

  53. How will you use Campbell Sauces to make a wonderful family dinner? I’ll use them to make a fast and easy dinner so that I can spend more time with my grandchildren and less time cooking! That makes for a wonderful family dinner

  54. Curry is my Favorite! I can’t wait to try this 🙂

  55. I’d like to make a stir fry with the Sweet & Sour sauce using either pork or chicken.

  56. I would make a stir fry.

  57. Curry with chicken or tofu! 

  58. This looks wonderful! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  59. I can hardly wait to find these at the store!  I will be making a pulled pork dish with these.

  60. I’ve already used the Chicken Marsala…. I loved the ease of preparing the meal. nd my family loved the taste of it. I will be trying all of the others in the near future!

  61. I love Thai but it isn’t easy to find great ethnic food in rural Pennsylvania. This is a great way to get my fix at a good price, fast for my busy schedule, and so much flavor!

  62. I think I want to try the Creamy Chipotle, I know its not one of the two you picked, but thats the one I am the most excites about. You can do a lot with it and it goes really well wit chicken. Out of the ones you picked I would go woth the This Curry, I like trying new things and I have never tried Thai food,

  63. The Apple Bourbon Slow Cooker Sauce would make a delicious chicken dish – I go crazy for saucy chicken dishes.

  64. sounds good!

  65. That seems so simple and look so appetizing! Thank you! ????

  66. would love to try these

  67. I will fix the Thai Curry over some rice. I can’t wait. I love Thai food!!!!!!!

  68. I’m pretty adventurous when it comes to trying new things I will definitely check out these sauces from Campbell’s!

  69. i would try the curry sauce with shrimp and rice.

  70. Our family is all about beef.  I would definitely try the tavern style pot and add garlic mashed potatoes and something like green beans or broccoli.  Man, am I hungry now.  Thanks for giving us the opportunity to win.

  71. I just made some Chicken Alfredo tonight using Campbell’s Skillet Sauces. It was so very delicious, everyone loved it.

  72. Looks so good. I have actually made this before and I thought it was very good.I did not add peppers but that gives me a new way to make it next time. Thanks for the tips.

  73. Received my sample box, just not sure what to make first. Choices, choices, choices

  74. Man I just got my Campbell’s sample box. I can’t wait. Which one should I make first?

    • I haven’t found a bad one in the bunch! i just made orange chicken last night and that may be my favorite. Also reallyy liked this one of course, and sesame chicken.

  75. They all look so delicious, just can’t figure which one I’m gonna try first

  76. Awesome new quick sauces makes dinners faster.

  77. I love making the shrimp scampi…

  78. Looks great

  79. Will have to check these out at the store – I am gluten and dairy free, so I’m not sure how many of these are both of those things, but they sure sound yummy and quick!

  80. Tweet link:

  81. I’ll make the Slow Cooked Pacific Island Chicken and Rice. Looks delicious!

  82. I would add peas, olives, and potatoes to the Chicken Marsala. 

  83. I tweeted about this! Here’s the URL for the tweet:

  84. Thank you so much! I love Campbell’s products. 

  85. Looks great!

  86. I love how easy these skillet sauces are! As a single mom with kids involved in activities and sports every day and always on the go, these are fast and hearty meals I can use to make sure my kids are still getting good hearty meals!!

  87. The chicken marsala looks amazing!  I hope I can find them in my store 🙂

  88.  Looks  great!

  89. I would love to make the Chicken Marsla looks delicious and I would also love to try them all out for many of my crockpot recipes.

  90. Hope to try some soon!

  91. I can’t wait to try these different recipes in my crockpot. thanks for the giveaway.

  92. I would def make the Chicken Marsala!   It looks delicious!  I would add some stir fry veggies and maybe some wine to it while it cooks!  Yum!  =)   

  93. I used the chicken Marsala and added more mushrooms, and served it over cooked rotini pasta – it tasted even better the next day.

  94. I love these sauces!

  95. I can’t wait to try the curry one 

  96. I can’t wait to try these. They look so easy and delicious.  I’m especially excited about the Marsala, and will definitely be making these soon!

  97. The chicken marsala sounds so good. I would love to try that for my family. I love quick and easy and tasty. Thank you!

  98. I used the Campbell’s Marsala Skillet last night adding not only the Chicken but extra mushrooms and carrots.. Delish…

  99. Thanks for the curry recipe.  I will try this, as curries are one of my favorites and this one seems quite easy to do.  

  100. I would use one of these sauces to spruce up a boring chicken dinner.  The thai sauce looks yummy!

  101. I am not a cook, and your description and pictures showing how easy it is inspired even me to try! And if I win, I can buy some to get started!

  102. I love the ease, convenience and the taste of the Campbell’s Sauces. I have tried the Chicken Marcella, added fresh mushrooms and served it over noodles. It was one of the best meals I’ve ever made, and simplest too!

  103. I’ve never had curry before, but this looks delish. I think the best part is it’s so easy to make.

  104. Looks good

  105.  Yum I love using Campbell’s products and have been wanting to try their skillet sauces!   It’s awesome about the $100 Target gift card giveaway! That would buy a lot of Campbell’s products!

  106. Love all these I always add whatever meat the package suggests and add a crock pot : )

  107. Yummy chicken marsala is one that caught my attention 

  108. Here is my tweet @grannyamoose:

  109. The Thai looks delicious but my husband won’t eat it. I would make the Shrimp Scampi, that too looks delicious on these cold fall nights!

  110. I absolutely love Cambells Skillet Sauces and how they add instant flavor to the meal. I haven’t tried the Thai Curry one but would love to try it over some white rice!

  111. I am also most interested in the Thai Chicken Curry. I think I would make it with red pepper, green beans, and bamboo shoots. I would substitute in brown rice to make it a bit healthier (I know that’s not classic) and serve it with some stir-fry.

  112. I haven’t tried Thai Curry yet, but I might have to tonight! It looks absolutely delicious!!!

    Twitter post:

  113. I just bought a few packs Sunday while looking for something else. I will be making the Thai Curry Chicken with  noodles, mushrooms,  spinach mixed in,  home made rolls.

  114. I will be using Campbell’s oven sauces and have my oldest daughter, 7 yo, help me prepare it. She will get to cut up the veggies and place in the casserole dish while i prepare the chicken. Then she can squeeze the Campbell’s oven sauce on top and place in the oven. She loves to cook and I love teaching her how to cook. ?????

  115. Twitter share. I am mobile –

  116. I think Campbell’s has a great idea with this

  117. The dish looks good. Like cooking with chicken and this is easy enough for me to do. Can’t wait to try and make this at home.

  118. looks delicious though I would add my own take to it

  119. I can’t wait to introduce my boyfriend to chicken curry!

  120. Love this cant wait to try.

  121. Thanks for the chance! That looks so yummy!

  122. I’m pretty sure it is going to taste as good as the picture looks!

  123. Curry is my favorite! This looks delicious; can’t wait to try it!

  124. Campbell’s skillet sauces would be a fantastic solution when I’m in the mood for something that feels a little “fancy”, yet only have the energy for something as simple as hot dogs. LOL!

  125. I have been wanting to try all the flavors but haven’t got around to it yet.  I plan on getting them on my next shopping trip.  The only one I don’t plan on trying is the shrimp scampi simply because I’m not a fan of shrimp. I’m a big fan of thai food so the curry chicken looks really good to me.

  126. I would make a chicken salad with the toasted sesame sauce!

  127. I believe I will try the Thai Curry, adding some julienned mushroom and green onion.  I don’t have much experience with curries, so this would be a nice inexpensive way to give it a try!

  128. Looks tasty.  I have a few in my cupboard but haven’t tried them yet! 

  129. I love chicken in any kind of sauce and curry is nothing but awesome when combined with chicken. I think these sauces could become a favorite!

  130. Yum, the thai curry looks delicious!

  131. I would so use this Campbell sauce to make this dish! I now want to try them all, thank you for the giveaway!

  132. I think I would try this in my crockpot before work and throw in some veggies. Let it cook on low and whip up some rice when I got home. YUM! Thanks for the great giveaway. Very thoughtful!

  133. I love the slow cooker and skillet sauces because I can always rely on them for dinner when I don’t feel like looking up a recipe. It is amazing how easy they are to use and how flavorful they are. My family loves them!

  134. i actually have tried several of these and the thai curry is by far our favorite—we love it with shrimp too!

  135. I loved this review! I tried the Creamy Parmesan Chicken skillet last week and my boyfriend was convinced I bought it at a restaurant and transfered it into the skillet.  These sauces really make dinner easy and delicious.  I’m not much of a cook so Campbell’s sauces make up for that! Thanks for this awesome giveaway!

  136. I am on an extremely tight budget and would love to be able to try these for free 🙂 the dish you pictured looks so good, my mouth is watering. Good luck to all who enter the giveaway!!

  137. i love chicken marsala and these sauces will make it that much easier for a week night! Thank you campbells!

  138. trying any of the curry for my fiance and the sesame chicken for me! all of that sounds amazing!! and looks so darned good! 

  139. Several of the sauces will be great for delicious ,quick meals. Campbells make great products.

  140. Campbell’s Sauces are my favorite grocery store find, I was curious about them when I first saw them on the grocery store shelves. My favorite is the Creamy Parmesan Chicken served over egg noodles!

  141. I love spicy chicken dishes but have found in the past that they were too salty and pretty flavorless. The Thai chicken was very good flavorful and nuch more affordable tha restaurant dining. The give away would give the opportunity to share the flavors with others and to try the remaining flavors.

  142. The curry chicken looks awesome. Will have to try it.

  143. I would, to save time and they look delicious!

  144. I love these new sauces and have tried some of the skillet and slow cooker ones .They are delicious and make dinnertime easy for me! A couple of our favorites are Creamy Parmesan Chicken and the Tavern Style Pot Roast.I grab a couple of bags everytime I go shopping so I always have them on hand 🙂

  145. I have never heard of this product before. The recipe looks good and makes me want to try it.

  146. This dish looks delicious!  I will definitely have to try it maybe with a few more vegetables to put my own spin on it.  I have tried the chicken Marsala before and it was REALLY good.  I have a feeling I won’t be disappointed with this one either.

  147. That curry looks so good.

  148. I love Campbell’s sauces! Their so yummy and easy to use!

  149. wow that looks amazing!

  150. I love the shrimp scampi

  151. That creamy green curry chicken looks amazing. We love thai and indian food in our house an this looks like a nice quick fix for slow cooker or skillet.

  152.  I am going to have to try this it sounds oh so good

  153. I made the Creamy Parmesan Chicken Skillet Sauce earlier this week and served it with green beans and mashed potatoes. I will have to locate the curry sauce at my store to try for next week. Your photo of it with the basil on top looked delicious.

  154. This looks delicious!  Great post… here is my tweet.

  155. yum this look great! I always wanted to try curry chicken. I also won’t have to buy so many ingredients which i love that idea. Has anyone else tried this and what do you think of the taste. New Subbie Too!

  156. the chicken marsala  looks really good !!

  157. awesome giveaway thanks for the chance here is my tweet

  158. I am so hungry now!! Share please 🙂

  159. I can’t wait to try this exact meal you made! My husband LOVES curry!!! I think this is a GREAT idea!

  160. I am picturing using the Thai Curry with chicken and tofu over Thai noodles.

    mattschmunk at gmail dot com

  161. I have already tried the Chicken Parmesan and my family loved it, I was accepted into Campbells Crowdtap sample share and I am really looking froward to trying other new products. The Thai and Marsala look really great as well!

  162. I’d love to try the chicken marsala, my mom used to make that when I was younger and I haven’t had it in years!


  163. The Thai curry  looks like it will be the first one I try.  Yummy!

  164. I’d like to use one of Campbell’s skillet sauces with some chicken to make an easy meal! I’d also add some bread or a dessert to complete the meal.

  165. I would use Campbell Sauces to make cheesy chicken and rice dinner

  166. After a 2 1/2 hour commute this looks like a quicky. I would put oxtails, celery, carrots, potatoes and the curry mix in the  pressure cooker. Serve it over rice. Am excited to find this and make it.

  167. I would love to use the Campbell’s sauces with beef cubes over a bed of rice. Sounds so good although I really want to try the Thai chicken

  168. The scampi is my favorite

  169. I would use the chicken marsala sauce and pair with a nice side of mashed sweet potato.

  170. I would love to try the new sauces to spice up my meat loaf. Everyone would be more in love with it! I’ll win the sweepstake  try some!

  171. Looks like such an easy but yummy dinner!

  172. Thank you for running this giveaway KirbieCravings. I cannot wait to try this recipe. #SweepstakesEntry

  173. This sounds so amazing. Looks easy to make and is sure to be a family favorite.

  174. I really want to try the recipe featured in this post. It’s making my mouth water looking at it. I’m pretty sure my family won’t like it much, but that means more for me!

  175. I did not know Campbell’s made Skillet S
    auces. They sound tasty and easy to prepare. Next time I go grocery shopping, I will be sure to look for them. Not sure which one to try first!

  176. I cannot wait to try these sauces to create an fun, easy, and delicious meal! 

  177. The thai Curry chicken sounds sooo good! I would use campbells to help out on the “lazy” cooking nights I have where Im just not into doing something huge. Well I am, but with a bit of help!

  178. thanks for doing this! they look so delicious I can’t wait to try one

  179. I would like to try some spicy type.

  180. I would love to try this as it looks very delicious and healthy. Thanks for the chance!

  181. This looks yummyy!!! Thanks for opportunity!

  182. I will have to be honest and say that I have never tried Thai food. So, I think I would be interested in trying this for my husband and I. It looks absolutely delicious. Thank you for sharing this dish with us and the chance to win a gift card. Especially since the holidays are around the corner! Tweet:

  183. Chicken marsala sauce adding chicken, a spot of marsala wine to make it my own over egg noodles!

  184. I can not wait to try your product and make a dinner recipe for everyone to try!

  185. What an awesome review, loved the step by step picture instructions & great photo’s! I will be picking this up at the store this week! Your review made me REALLY want to try it. So glad you posted your take on the flavor’s! Thank You!

  186. I’d love to try the scampi or Marsala sauce! I like making “homemade” meals but rarely have time to do it completely from scratch. The fact that I can get chicken, or shrimp, and add pasta and this sauce is awesome… My kids an I can still eat a homemade dinner at the table together, it’s just a little simplified…. I still consider it homemade but my father in law doesn’t think it is lol oh well bc I love cambells!
    I used to make they’re easy bake meals once a week but my store stopped selling them!
    You could reach me at [email protected]

  187. Thanks for the giveaway. I would use it to make curry with butter chicken.

  188. I love and will use the The Campbells Thai Curry Chicken.,I also like to add my own special touches to it like fresh herbs or add a little lemon grass to it. I sometimes use sirloin steak in slices instead of the chicken.

  189. These look easy and the price is right. Some of these my honey would love Sweet & sour chicken and the Thia one. I have to try making some of these. Thanks for sharing!

  190. We LOVE Thai food, and thought we do make it from scratch, this looks like it would be great for a fast, easy-to-fix dinner! 

  191. Oh, my, what a variety. I like that the skillet sauces ‘serve two’ I usually cook just for myself so it gives me a meal and one to spare. Skillet I will go for Thai green chili cause it got the most good reviews and I like Thai,over rice , natch,and the creamy chipolte ,I think I would put in a wrap w salsa maybe? Slow cooker definately the Mexican Red Chile Taco. If cooking for guests I could do that and the chipilte w avocado salad. Yum. Moroccan spiced stew sounds good with lamb or goat meat. Hmm I’m very hungry.  Gonna rustle up some Campbell’s cookin now. 

  192. Here is the link to my tweet as well.

  193. My husband is picky about trying new flavors so the only Campbell’s sauce I could probably get him to try would be the Chicken Marsala.

  194. I did not know about these sauces. I will try curry, but I’m pretty sure I do not like curry….the chicken marsala I definitely will try and I hope there are more. I will look around the gravy section for them on my next trip for groceries.

  195. I love using Campbell’s Slow Cooker Sauces especially the Tavern Style Pot Roast. So delicious and easy antibody can cook in a crock pot. 

  196. I think I will probably try the Thai Curry with fish, shrimp, and asian mushrooms and maybe bamboo shoots and water chestnuts. The sauce should make things much easier and faster since many of the ingredients would already be mixed and I would only need to prep the fish and vegetables.

  197. I can’t wait to try these out.  This curry looks awesome!

  198. Anytime I can make a wholesome meal my that my family enjoys and I don’t have to spend a ton of money or time on is always a win for me. I recently used the campbell’s scampi sauce and my family loved it! I;m excited to try more from campbells. 

  199. I’d love to try the curry one to make some yummy curry chicken!

  200. I love Chicken Marsala, so I will be looking for this tomorrow when I grocery shop!!

  201. This recipe looks great, I would love to try it, I would definitely try this sauce for my next dinner! 

  202. I recently learned that I was chosen as part of a sample group to test out these great new Campbells products as well.  I am so ecstatic to try out some new slow cooker recipes.  I love that they have the curry and Thai inspired dishes because some of those spices are not normally in my kitchen so it’s quite helpful to have these starter slow cooker sauces now available.  Cheers to a great giveaway!

  203. “#SweepstakesEntry”

  204. Thank you for the chance at the giveaway. I think I will just fix the Chicken Marsala for supper tonigh..

  205. Thanks for such a well laid out review. I adore Campbell Sauces and use both the Skillet and Slow Cooker Sauces!

  206. It looks delicious! It’s a great sauce for veggie curry as well. 
    I add cubed sweet potatoes and spinach, it’s such an easy dinner!

  207. Loving that Campbell Thai Curry Skillet Sauce Recipe I got to copy the recipe and pin it to my pinterest board sarah_tomorrow7 #SweepStakesEntry

  208. I can’t wait to try the Chicken Marsala! I used to make it in the restaurant I was chef over and the sauce can be a pain to make do this makes it simplified. 

  209. Love shrimp scampi, this is a definitely must try, thanks.

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  211. This look so delicious. The other day I made a pot roast using Campbell’s Tavern Style Pot Roast Slow Cooker Sauce it was so good can’t wait to try the other sauces.

  212. I would use it as a sauce for cubed, pan-fried tofu, add some cooked peas and serve over jasmine rice

  213. I love making this dish. All my family loves it which makes making dinner so much easier.“#SweepstakesEntry”

  214. Campbell’s sauces go great with chicken and rice!

  215. Looks good & it is always fun to try out new things

  216. Just bought the curry to make this week. Now i’m super excited it looks soo delicious! : D It looks so simple to make a quick dinner.

  217. The Campbell’s sauce surely make dinner much easier and fun to  make. I love your Chicken Curry. Thanks for sharing the recipe and this awesome giveaway.

  218. Your recipe looks delicious, maybe I’ll begin with that one.

  219. I love Campbell’s Sauces! Awesome giveaway too! I love Target.

  220. Curry looks awesome, may have to cook

  221. I LOVE the Thai Curry! I added water chestnuts and bamboo shoots to it and served it with brown rice. I also have used the Toasted sesame, which was AMAZING over crunchy chow mein noodles. This line of sauces is great and very versatile!

  222. the shrimp scampi sounds delicious

  223. The quick and easy Sweet and Sour chicken looks delicious

  224. I will use the cambell’s chicken marsala sauce to save time and bring great taste to meal. The time saved can be spent at table catching up family’s day.

  225. I have tried a few of the sauces and love them in fact the  bbq  oneis in the crock now. I have the thai one in the pantry to try!

  226. The Thai Curry Chicken looks delicious – and would be a quick meal to serve my family after a busy weeknight evening of soccer practice!  Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  227. I’m going to use Campbell’s to make Chicken Marsala for my family this week

  228. Thanks so much for the giveaway & also for the pics to show exactly how it turned out, looks so amazing & I am always trying to find a way to take the mundane dinners to something amazing. 

  229. OMG this Thai dish looks amazing, I can’t wait to try it!

  230. I absolutely love this blog. This dish looks AMAZING!!!

  231. Tweeted this and I would make the Shrimp Scampi – YUM!!

  232. I look forward to trying these! They look delicious!

  233. I will use the Chicken Curry and make A nice dish over rice!

  234. Yum the CHicken Marsala looks great!

  235. I would try out that Marsala sauce over some braised meat; a friend just gave me a bottle of Marsala wine, too, so I could use that to amp up the sauce!

  236. Hubby isn’t always in the mood for Thai, but if I make it at home (and it’s this easy) then he has no choice but to share with me. we both win! 😉

  237. I would definitely try the Thai Curry sauce, my boyfriend LOVES Thai food! It would be great to have a quick version.

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  239. I would combine a sauce and meat in my slow cooker for an easy and delicious meal! 

    Thanks for the chance to win!
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  240. Thank you for the giveaway! 

  241. mmmmm – i really like curry!  so glad the public is getting to like it too (more products like this, coming to the market)

  242. I think I will get a couple of different flavors and try them out. The Chicken Marsala would probably be my first venture.

  243. I would use them to make pulled pork sandwiches.

  244. I can’t wait to try one of these to create a Crock-Pot meal.

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

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  247. I’d add the Toasted Sesame sauce to chicken and veggies for a quick stir fry dinner.

  248. My tweet

  249. I think I would use the thai curry sauce with some rice and sweet potatoes, maybe some scampis too, my family loves that dish !

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

  251. I’d use the curry to make a vegetable-packed meal!

  252. 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!!

  253. i tweeted  [email protected]

  254. i would use them to add new flavors to our usual chicken stir fry dinner  [email protected]

  255. The Slow-Cooked Hawaiian Meatballs using the Campbell’s Hawaiian Pork Slow Cooker Sauce sounds great!

  256. I think I’ll be looking for the Campbell’s Sauces so I can make my family some wonderful dinners using flavors I don’t normally serve, like this Thai Curry, or the Chicken Marsala.

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  258. I would whip up a Thai Curry Chicken meal for my family and have curry to turn out right for once. LOL Every curry I have ever made never tasted right. I trust Campbell’s is a better cook than I in that department. Thanks for the opportunity to enter.

  259. I’d love to try the Chicken Marsala dish and have it over my own noodles.

  260. Curry dinner with vegetables sounds good.

  261. I would love to use it to make sweet and sour chicken.

  262. i would make the shrimp scampi and sweet and sour chicken. SO yummy !:) 

    Thanks for the giveaway! xoxoxo

  263. I’d make some chicken marsala with rice!

  264. I may try your recipe

  265. I would add chicken, red bell peppers and onions to the Thai chicken curry skillet sauce and serve over rice. yum!

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

  268. I tweeted here

  269. I would male a chicken marsala dish 

  270. I would make whatever that sounds yummy yummy. this is an awesome giveaway. 🙂

  271. I would make the dish from this blog post, of course! It looks so so delicious ^_^ 

  272. I love how easy and fast these skillet sauces are. I’m going to try the Chicken Marsala. All the gourmet preparation already done for me – love it!

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  274. I would use Campbell’s Skillet Sauces to make creamy parmesan chicken & broccoli bake for dinner.
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  275. I would use the Tavern Style Pot Roast Slow Cooker Sauce to make a crockpot roast with carrots and potatoes.

  276. I’d love to use one on a busy night!


  277. mmm the thai curry chicken over rice is something i’d definitely try!

  278. We really liked the Marsala one for a quick chicken marsala with mashed potatoes. I would like to try them all though. The sesame one sounds good also.

  279. I’d choose the tikki masala, so I can add lots of mushrooms and chicken, and serve it over quinoa.

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

  281. I would love something like this to just throw together on busy nights full of homework and after school activities!

  282. I would make the shrimp scampi recipe. 

  283. shrimp scampi dish

  284. I would use the sauce in a quick crock pot meal for my family.

  285. 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.

  286. tweeted
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  287. These sauces would be great to use when your short on time. I would like to use the Tavern Style Pot Roast sauce and make a roast.
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  288. I would like to make the curry sauces with shrimp or scallops.

  289. I love easy sauces like these since I am a college student and don’t have a lot of time to cook!

  290. thanks for the review. I’ll try it. 

  291. I would love to use Campbell’s curry chicken sauce over some noodles with sauteed broccoli and other veggies!
    that rice dish looks delicious!

  292. I would LOVE to make this Thai chicken curry! Our family loves Asian food. I’m sure this would be a hit!

  293. I would use Campbell Sauces to make some delicious stir fry meals for my family. Like chicken and broccoli.

  294. I would use the Thai Curry sauce to make a stir fry with rice.

  295. Shrimp Scampi please!

  296. I’d add shrimp, fish and squid to the Thai Curry sauce to make a combination seafood dish.

  297. I’d use it similar to how you did it, but with more fresh veggies like onions, split peas, zucchini, or broccoli. Looks very simple to use! 

  298. we love anything with chicken in it

  299. Would definitely use it with chicken. Make Thai Curry Chicken over a bed of coconut rice…yum…..

  300. I am going to try the Chicken Marsala dish and have it over my own homemade noodles. It sounds so delicious!

  301. I will use Campbell’s sauces to make the chicken ala king.

  302. i would use the sesame chicken to make a chicken and rice stir fry

  303. Here is what I do with the Chicken Marsala skillet sauce:
    Cook thin chicken breast fillets with EVOO in a skillet. Add any sliced mushrooms of choice. When chicken and mushrooms are fully cooked, add sauce. Then pour content over mashed potatoes. Serve.

  304. The thai green chicken curry looks good!

  305. I LOVE anything curry. My parents are slowing becoming fans of Thai. We’ve tried store bought ones, but nothing fits our taste buds yet.

  306. Looks delish and easy!

  307. You actually have my curiosity piqued! Does the sauce go a long way in coating the chicken? 

  308. I’m pretty sure my family would like all of these…but I start with the Toasted Sesame with Garlic and Ginger and serve it over brown rice with a side of veggies.

  309. I’d use the Thai Curry Chicken to make some curry chow mein.

  310. I’d like to try one of the sauces with pork instead of chicken!

  311. I’d love to make a chicken marsala!

  312. I would try the Thai curry and the creamy parmesan!

  313. Thanks for the giveaway!  I would love to make the Thai curry for our Friday night family meals 🙂

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  315. I would throw some cut up chicken in the slow cooker and pour campbell’s chicken marsala sauce in to let it marinade. I would serve this dish over white rice!

  316. yum. looks really good!

  317. I would make Thai Fish with Campbell sauces

  318. Thai curry chicken looks absolutely fantastic!!

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  320. Yum!  I would use the Scampi sauce to make shrimp scampi and angelhair.

  321. I have been wanting to try Chicken Curry.  This will make it easy as all the spices are right there.

  322. Oh interesting that they call it Thai Curry Chicken and not just Thai Curry. I’d try that sauce but with shrimp instead of chicken.

  323. What a cool give-away!  I will try this, as I am always looking for fast dinners.  I love Thai food, glad they picked a nice foreign flavor to feature!

  324. I will use Campbell’s sauces to make the chicken marsala for my family.

  325. Ooooh I can’t wait to try the Sesame Chicken Skillet Sauce, but may sub chicken for pork and replace noodles with rice! 😉 Thanks for the giveaway~

  326. Thanks for this giveaway! I would pour the thai curry sauce over some seared scallops =D

  327. I’ve already used the Sweet & Sour Chicken…just add some bell peppers and onions and serve over rice. Simple and effective!

  328. Well this is an easy fix for a hankering for Thai food.

  329. oo I like thai sauces, I would like to give those a try! Thanks for doing a giveaway!

  330. I would make a shrimp dish using the Shrimp Scampi sauce.

  331. definitely be using the curry sauces with some chicken!

  332. mmm the chicken marsala is calling my name!

  333. Making the sauce is usually the most laborious process of dinner. I just made chicken marsala last night, and these packets would have been a great timesaver! I’d try the chicken marsala and add in some fresh mushrooms and serve with mashed potatoes and egg noodles.

  334. When I’m too tired to create my own dish I can use Campbell’s sauces!

  335. I’d also use the thai curry chicken sauce, and serve it over Zucchini noodles and add some mushrooms into the mix as well. It looks super easy and something that could be thrown together in a flash- exactly what we need for a quick and tasty weeknight meal. 

  336. The curry looks great! Thanks for having this giveaway! 

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