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Chefs show off in the appetizer round by creating four unique interpretations of mussels with saffron. In the entree round, the baskets contain a particularly daunting protein. Will they have the knowledge to treat it correctly?
In the first round, the chefs discover various creative ways to combine peppers and pork. The judges wonder why one chef makes a strange, last-minute decision. Then in the entree round, they wrestle with a heart-stopping protein.
The usual rounds of appetizer, entree and dessert are replaced with breakfast, lunch and dinner, and the judges are hoping for pure decadence! Will the competitors rise to the occasion and make plates that the judges will adore?
Four talented moms, who are not professional chefs, take on the Chopped Kitchen. In the first round, the competitors have to break down an uncommon protein and figuring out how to make coffee a key part of their appetizers.
Four chefs with incredible weight-loss stories charge into competition. In the first mystery basket they find a fatty protein that challenges them to stick to their healthier-food philosophies.
Amateur chefs yearning to compete in Will they be sorry when they open up the first basket and find a daunting sea creature? Then in the entree round, an unfamiliar tuber challenges the competitors.
Energetic chefs hit the ground running in the appetizer round, but one chef runs into the worst trouble with their currywurst dish and must be chopped. The big curveball in the entree round -- popcorn balls!
Hup, two, three ... four chefs who have served in the Army or Navy compete in the Chopped Kitchen. In the appetizer round, a freeze-dried surprise in the basket has the chefs scrambling to add much-needed flavor to their plates.
The chefs' first challenge is to see what they can do with a very earthy first basket, including chia seeds and dandelion greens. Then in the entree round, tempeh is the tempting center of every plate.
Ted Allen challenges four chefs to create a three-course meal using mystery ingredients.
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