POLL: Which Chopped All-Stars Ingredients Would You Actually Cook With?

by in Polls, Shows, April 18th, 2012

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Week two of Chopped All-Stars had gourmet globetrotting contestants Marcela Valladolid, Keegan Gerhard, Jeffrey Saad and Aarti Sequeira dealing with some offbeat ingredients. Some would even argue that the ingredients were more difficult than those dealt to the Iron Chefs the week before.

While we may not be running out to the market to pick up a pound of tripe, some of the ingredients are more commonly used, like chicken feet, which are great to flavor chicken broth.

This leads us to ask you:


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Comments (33)

  1. Ruth says:

    I voted galangal, because it is so similar to ginger. I made roasted fish using it with lemongrass. It was delicious! :)

  2. lana lane says:

    disapointed that you brought the contenders that didn't win next netwoork star. to this Chopped all stars THEY ARE NOT STARS YET> potential but NOT STARS.

    • MoHub says:

      They did the same thing last time. My only objection is referring to them as "Fan Favorites." Debbie Lee was certainly not well-liked by the viewers, and this season, Vic is the only likable one among the four.

  3. Jamie says:

    I picked Ostrich egg, I’ve only ever saw tjrm when i went on a safari tour but never in a grocery store.



  5. kim meyers says:

    i picked parsely root , its something different i wanna see what they can do it

  6. Kris says:

    Why isn't there a "none of the above" option?

  7. Vee says:

    I would use the chicken feet to make homemade style chicken noodle soup. Saute garlic in olive oil until its golden brown in a sauce pan then pour the garlic oil into the chicken broth so the flavors fuse together. I would also slice onions into thw broth. Then add japanese style udon noodles. fish out the chicken to take off as much meat from bone as possible. add meat pieces back into soup. then put soup in bowl. top is with a little red chilli oil for heat and celantros for color and freshness.

  8. jeri says:

    Chicken feet are great for making stock. Never waste. If you don't eat it, use it for stock or feed it to your dogs (before cooking). I buy whole chickens, feet included, all the time. It is muli purpose. People and dog food.

  9. Shelly says:

    I have free-range chickens and I know what their feet look like and what they trample in on a daily basis. NO WAY would I ever cook with them!

  10. JLF says:

    I'd like to try an ostrich egg – Omlets for Everyone! :-)

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