Tag: Chopped

Simple Chicken Skillet Dinner with a Sweet-and-Salty Twist

by in Recipes, Shows, August 13th, 2014

On this week’s Chopped Dinner Challenge, the chefs of Food Network Kitchen chose to feature the basket ingredient grapes. While raw grapes are the perfect way to add a touch of sweetness to a salad, or just for snacking on their own, cooking with them might not necessarily be the most obvious choice. But in this recipe for Pan Roasted Chicken Thighs with Grapes and Olives, the sweetness of the grapes works together with salty ingredients like olives and capers to create a balanced dish that the entire family will love — and it puts grapes in a whole new light.

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Chatting with the Chopped Teen Grand Champion

by in Shows, August 12th, 2014
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Chopped Teen Tournament FinaleTonight the four teen winners from the four preliminary rounds of the Chopped Teen Tournament — Dante, Sequoia, Tommi Rae and Jason — returned for the last fight to the finish line. They’d battled before and now they battled once again, but only one of them left with $25,000 in prize money, a coveted culinary school scholarship worth $40,000 and the title of Chopped Teen Grand Champion, the bragging rights of which are priceless when it comes to being just a kid in school. FN Dish has the exclusive interview with the grand prize winner.

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Leftover Pickle Juice Does Double-Duty in This Seafood Feast

by in Recipes, Shows, August 6th, 2014

Pickled Shrimp with Fried TomatoesOn this week’s Chopped Dinner Challenge, the chefs of Food Network Kitchen chose to feature the basket ingredient pickle juice. Instead of throwing out leftover pickle juice, the chefs decided to use it both in the creamy tartar sauce and to dress the shrimp in this Pickled Shrimp and Fried Tomatoes recipe. By using the juice for both parts, the tangy flavor is carried through the entire dish, and pairing it with fried tomatoes makes for a contrast in textures. Enjoy this dish for a simple weeknight dinner or weekend get-together. And it takes only 30 minutes total to create.

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Chatting with the Chopped Teen Tournament, Part 4 Winner

by in Shows, August 5th, 2014
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Sequoia and Morgan, Chopped Teen CompetitorsFour young chefs-in-training entered the competition on tonight’s fourth episode of the five-part Chopped Teen Tournament. But only one kid made it through all three rounds of mystery baskets, securing a spot in the grand finale, where he or she will have the chance to win $25,000 in prize money, a $40,000 culinary school scholarship and bragging rights as the first Chopped Teen Grand Champion, which goes pretty far when you’re just a kid in high school. FN Dish has the exclusive interview with the teen-chef winner from Part 4.

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Try a Hearty Breakfast-Inspired Skillet for Dinner Tonight

by in Recipes, Shows, July 30th, 2014

Turnips CDC

On this week’s Chopped Dinner Challenge, the chefs of Food Network Kitchen chose to feature the basket ingredient turnips. In order to create a hearty and quick weeknight dinner that the whole family will love, the chefs decided to roast turnips and top them with eggs to create a filling breakfast-inspired skillet in this Roasted Baby Turnips with Miso Butter and Fried Eggs recipe. The recipe also makes great use of the turnip greens to bump up its nutritional factor and includes miso for a pop of umami. This dish is a satisfying and comforting twist on eggs and hash that’s perfect for a weeknight dinner.

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Chatting with the Chopped Teen Tournament, Part 3 Winner

by in Shows, July 29th, 2014
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Tommi Rae and MaxFour young chefs-in-training entered the competition on tonight’s third episode of the five-part Chopped Teen Tournament. But only one kid made it through all three rounds of mystery baskets, securing a spot in the grand finale, where he or she will have the chance to win $25,000 in prize money, a $40,000 culinary school scholarship and bragging rights as the first Chopped Teen Grand Champion, which goes pretty far when you’re just a kid in high school. FN Dish has the exclusive interview with the teen-chef winner from Part 3.

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This Spicy Sichuan Pork Dish Will Make You Want to Skip Takeout Tonight

by in Recipes, Shows, July 23rd, 2014

Sichuan PorkOn this week’s Chopped Dinner Challenge, the chefs of Food Network Kitchen chose to feature the basket ingredient ground pork. This Roasted Eggplant with Sichuan-Style Pork recipe reinvents the inexpensive ingredient for an outside-of-the-takeout-box meal that’s ready in 30 minutes. Stir-frying the pork with spicy Sichuan flavor transforms the familiar ingredient into a dish that’s just as flavorful — if not more than — takeout.

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Chatting with the Chopped Teen Tournament, Part 2 Winner

by in Shows, July 22nd, 2014
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Lucy and DanteFour young chefs-in-training entered the competition on tonight’s second episode of the five-part Chopped Teen Tournament. But only one kid made it through all three rounds of mystery baskets, securing a spot in the grand finale, where he or she will have the chance to win $25,000 in prize money, a $40,000 culinary school scholarship and bragging rights as the first Chopped Teen Grand Champion, which goes pretty far when you’re just a kid in high school. FN Dish has the exclusive interview with the teen-chef winner from Part 2.

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Grape Jelly Isn’t Just for Toast Anymore

by in Recipes, Shows, July 16th, 2014

Jelly Black CodFor this week’s Chopped Dinner Challenge, the chefs of Food Network Kitchen chose to feature the basket ingredient black cod. Instead of marinating this flaky fish in something a bit more traditional, like miso and honey, the chefs decided to go a more unconventional route by combining grape jelly, soy sauce and balsamic vinegar for a sweet, savory and fruity flavor that soaks into the fish’s buttery flesh in this Grape Jelly-Glazed Black Cod recipe. The best part about the mixture is its versatility: It does triple duty as a marinade and, once boiled down, as a glaze to brush on during broiling and to serve as a sauce tableside.

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Chatting with the Chopped Teen Tournament, Part 1 Winner

by in Shows, July 15th, 2014
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JasonFour young chefs-in-training entered the competition on tonight’s first episode of the five-part Chopped Teen Tournament. But only one kid made it through all three rounds of mystery baskets, securing a spot in the grand finale, where he or she will have the chance to win $25,000 in prize money, a $40,000 culinary school scholarship and bragging rights as the first Chopped Teen Grand Champion, which goes pretty far when you’re just a kid in high school. FN Dish has the exclusive interview with the teen chef winner from Part 1.

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