What’s in Your Ultimate Chopped Basket?

by in Shows, January 21st, 2013

Chopped BasketThree rounds, three different baskets and 12 out-of-this-world ingredients. Whether it’s Chopped Champions, All-Stars or regular-season episodes, that’s a lot of combinations to come up with.

So we’re asking this question: What would be included in your ultimate Chopped basket? Not something you’d want to receive, but something you’d give to a fellow competitor. Would there be two proteins? All sweets? Would you include one or two ingredients they’ve probably never heard of? It can be argued that the simplest ingredients like eggs, chicken, pasta and rice are sometimes the hardest.

Tell us what you’d choose in the comments below.

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Comments (450)

  1. Kyle says:

    I would give very simple ingredients and give them an added 10 minutes.

  2. Foodie3 says:

    Pomegrantes, pistachios, sour cream and lemons.

  3. A challenged ingredients makes people thank and it makes you a better cook when you can think out of the box. Being creative makes the show exciting, it also fun to watch the expression of the judges. My ingredient: blue cheese, cows tongue balsamic, Graham crackers

  4. Kayla says:

    Jackfruit, beer jelly, duck feet and okra

  5. Trilby says:

    Live lobster, pancake mix, broccoli rabe and cool whip

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  8. Dawne says:

    Grapenuts cereal. Cottage cheese.Canned pineapple.Cheese bread.For the main dish

  9. Dawne says:

    Grapenuts cereal. Cottage cheese.Canned pineapple.Cheese bread.For the main dish

  10. Julie says:

    scallops, raspberries, goat cheese, ikan bilis(aka dried anchovies)

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