Gorton’s Seafood {Review & Giveaway}

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Gortons LogoWhen I think of frozen seafood products, I think of Gorton’s. Since having children we always have a huge 115 count bag of Extra Crunchy Breaded Fish Sticks from Sam’s Club sitting in our freezer. (Which are a fabulous value by the way so go buy yourself a bag!) It is the only kind of fish stick we’ve tried that doesn’t end up mushy and we just love that crunchy breading!

Gortons ProductsSince my husband and I adore  seafood I was excited to work with Gorton’s and try out some of their other products. I immediately seized the opportunity to try their Shrimp Scampi. Both my husband and I love shrimp and who can resist a yummy garlic sauce?

Gortons Shrimp ScampiI decided to keep it simple and follow the suggestion on the box to serve it over a bed of noodles. With just a simple box of spaghetti and Gorton’s Shrimp Scampi we created what tasted like a gourmet meal.  It was cinch to prepare by simply sauteing the shrimp and boiling the spaghetti. With the built in garlic butter sauce it created a savory meal with very little effort on my part.  Both my husband and I can’t wait to try it again (and again and again….).

Gortons Shrimp Scampi ProcessThe package contains three servings and I think that is about right, although my husband and I finished it completely and we were more than satisfied.  With 120 calories and 6 grams of fat per serving it isn’t damaging to your waistline despite it feeling like a splurge.

Gorton’s also has some great current promotions:

Print out a coupon to receive $1.00 any two Gorton’s products.

Gortons SudukuPurchase any 3 Gorton’s items and you can request the electronic Sudoku game shown above for free!

Gorton's Recipe Rennovation

Enter the Gorton’s Recipe Renovation Contest through February 23, 2010.  There will be 31 semi-finalists chosen who all will be guaranteed to win something. The grand prize includes a $5,000 gift card to a leading home furnishing retailer and 12 free Gorton’s product coupons.

  • Share your healthy renovated recipe
  • Upload a photo showing your recipe renovation process
  • Provide a recipe or meal renovation tip using seafood

*See Official Rules for complete details.


{ Giveaway }

Gorton’s would like to give away a fun prize pack including a FREE Gorton’s Seafood Product coupon, an 18 month Gorton’s Celebrates Gloucester calendar (containing over $10 worth of coupons) and an electronic Sudoku game to FIVE of my wonderful readers!

MAIN ENTRY: Visit Gorton’s product page and tell me an item that you would love to buy with your free product coupon!

Want more entries? (Is there any doubt? I think not!) After answering my question do any of the following and leave a comment telling me what you did. Each is worth one entry unless otherwise noted. Your comment is your entry so please leave the appropriate number of comments for each extra entry.

-Become a fan of Gorton’s on Facebook
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-Blog about this contest and link back here and to Gorton’s (3 entries)

This contest will end on 3/3/10 at 11:59 pm CST. U.S.  residents only. The winner will be drawn via random.org. The winner will have 72 hours to respond to winning notification email before I draw another winner or do a live giveaway.

Disclosure: I received a sample for the purpose of this review . This has no bearing on my completely honest review above and was not influenced by any type of monetary compensation. The opinions and experiences I’ve shared with these products are my own and yours may differ.

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