Campbell’s Skillet Sauces : A Review

Campbell's Skillet Sauce Review

Giant Eagle contacted me about doing a review on the new Campbell’s Skillet Sauces.  I was excited to try this easy meal idea and so invited my parents over when the sauces arrived.  My mom likes to help with reviews, as she takes them very seriously.

We tried the Scampi and the Marsala that night.  The scampi was delicious and it was fun to splurge on the shrimp with a gift card Giant Eagle had sent me.  The Marsala was good made with chicken, but was even better after putting parmesan cheese to top it off.  Both were served over noodles.

Campbell’s has six sauces to choose from.

Toasted Sesame
Creamy Chipotle
Thai Green Curry
Fire Roasted Tomato

All you need to make a complete dinner is the sauce, a meat and rice or pasta depending on the recipe.  Easy!

Right now there are a couple of coupons available if you decide to try the Skillet Sauces.  The price was $2.49 at my local Giant Eagle if that gives you an idea of what to expect.

$1/1 Campbell’s Skillet Sauce Giant Eagle eOffer
$1/1 Campbell’s Skillet Sauce, exp. 3/31/13 (SS 01/20/13 R)
$0.75/1 Campbell’s Skillet Sauce, exp. 3/31/13 (SS 01/20/13 R)
$1/2 Campbell’s Skillet Sauce, exp. 3/31/13 (SS 01/20/13 R)
$0.75/1 Campbell’s Skillet Sauces printable
$1/1 Campbell’s Skillet Sauces printable

Don’t forget to check out all the deals at Giant Eagle this week.

I was given product and compensation to purchase items needed for this review.  As always, the review is my own opinion!


  1. Sue says

    Am currently looking for a home made version of the Scampi Skillet Sauce. My husband and I ordered a Snapper ‘Francaise’ dish at a Florida Keys restaurant – which we loved. We tried several web recipes in hopes of being able to make this dish at home without success. Campbell’s Skillet Scampi is as close as we’ve been able to duplicate it. Shrimp is good, but we’ve used several different species of freshwater and saltwater fish which is even better than shrimp. Lightly flour the skinned fish fillet or chunks and brown one side in very little butter then turn the fish and add the sauce. Cover and simmer 5-10 minutes depending on the thickness of the fish. ( until it flakes ) BIG YUM !!

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