You Get To Choose: Chopped Basket Ingredients

by in Community, Shows, October 1st, 2012

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Food Network fans are being given an unprecedented opportunity: Choose which mystery basket ingredients competing chefs on Chopped will face. A special episode of the hit show will feature three baskets, each with mystery ingredients selected solely based on fan recommendations from Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter.

How to participate: Each week, fans will be able to nominate their choice of mystery ingredients on a different social media platform.

  • Week 1 (October 1-7): Thanks to all our fans who voted via Food Network Facebook Timeline, voting is now closed.
  • Week 2 (October 8-14): Pinterest voting is now complete. Thank you to all the fans who shared their mystery ingredient ideas.
  • Week 3 (October 15-21): Send us your Chopped basket mystery ingredient nominations via Twitter using #MysteryIngredient.

What ingredients would you put inside the Chopped mystery baskets? We can’t wait to see what our fans come up with!

By participating in this fan vote, you are agreeing to Food Network’s Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.

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Comments (102)

  1. Val says:

    Hazelnut spread, turkey bacon, siracha, and whole wheat tortillas

  2. shelly morrison says:

    lutefisk, bartlett pears, bottled bacon bits & ramps.

  3. Fred M. Crump says:

    Durian, Shark, Palanta and Jellybeans

  4. Theresa says:

    Ramen noodles, Spam, caviar, & canned pumpkin

  5. danielle_ebs says:

    sirloin, heavy cream, canned fire roasted tomatoes and pumpernickel bread

  6. SKozak says:

    tripe, lard, pigs feet, candy corn

  7. Pam says:

    Durian, rabbit, pineapple and cod liver oil

  8. Denise says:

    Elk steak, dark chocolate, polenta, sugar beets

  9. Susana hurtado says:

    Pop tarts, jellyfish, boiled eggs, and energy drink

  10. Maila Myers says:

    Balut, bagoong (baby shrimp paste), pork belly, tuyo (salted dried fish), and atis also known as sugar apple.

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