Red Gold recently sent me a summer grillin’ pack with a variety of Red Gold tomatoes so I can share their current summer promotion.
During the Facebook promotion, which ends on July 23rd, Red Gold will hold a weekly drawing for 1,000 aprons in addition to a grand prize of a Big Green Egg Grill and Red Gold Grilling kit. Plus, each week they’re releasing new recipes, videos and pictures plus summer grilling tips. Check it out:
One lucky winner will win a grill package from Big Green Egg worth $1,167! It includes:
- One (1) Large Big Green Egg® Grill
- One (1) Supporting Nets
- One (1) Set of EGGMates
- One (1) Ash Tool
- One (1) Grid Gripper
- Each week will also give away 1,000 Red Gold aprons!
Be sure to “like” Red Gold on Facebook where you can find information about how to enter!
The Red Gold Summer Grillin’ Pack I received included 6 varieties: Red Gold Diced & Green Chilies, Chili Ready, Basil Garlic and Oregano, Lime & Cilantro and Diced Tomatoes. It also included a Red Gold apron and recipes for great summer grilling including a Stuffed-Veggie Portobello Burger, Italian Turkey Burger, the Easy Tuna Burger and Red Gold’s favorite Spicy Tomato Burger.
You can find all the recipes on their website, but I want to include some right here:
1 pound ground chicken
1 (14.5 ounce) can Red Gold® Petite Diced Tomatoes W/Lime Juice & Cilantro, drained very well or 1 (14.5 ounce) can Red Gold® Petite Diced Tomatoes With Chipotle, drained very well
1 egg, beaten
1/2 cup bread crumbs
Salt and black pepper to taste
Combine ground chicken, RED GOLD® PETITE DICED TOMATOES with LIME JUICE & CILANTRO, egg and bread crumbs in a bowl. Form into patties and season with salt and black pepper.
Place on grill and cook to desired temperature, 160º for completely cooked burgers.
Serve on toasted bun or lettuce leaf
Guacamole, avocado or grilled pineapple slice
Top with Mango Chutney or Fruit Salsa
Red Gold is a family owned and operated tomato processing company that began in 1942. They are headquartered in Elwood, Indiana, in the heart of Tomato Country, where the growing conditions are ideal for producing delicious tomatoes.
(Disclosure: I received free products in exchange for this post. All opinions are 100% mine.)