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What are your Chopped ingredients?

Asked by jonsblond (37704 points ) June 30th, 2010

For those that aren’t familiar with Chopped, here it is: http://www.foodnetwork.com/chopped/index.html

What 4 ingredients would you like to see a challenger work with? Please tell us if the ingredients are for an appetizer, main course or dessert.

Imaginary bonus points if you can tell us what you would make with any 4 ingredients posted by others. ;)

I would love to have a dessert made with butterscotch, pomegranate seeds, Keebler Club original crackers and cheddar cheese.

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WestRiverrat's avatar

However you want to use them. I usually use them for a breakfast side.

red bell pepper, sharp cheddar cheese, mushroom, onion

jazmina88's avatar

eggs, anchovies, blackberries, baked beans

appetizer round…..this looks like a hard basket….

even I question raw purple onions now.

shpadoinkle_sue's avatar

Ginger, mutton, seaweed, and garlic. For dinner, maybe? That’d be kinda weird for breakfast.

partyparty's avatar

Leg of lamb, cranberries, onions, red wine.

gemiwing's avatar

Beenie-weenies, matzo crackers, peaches and jelly beans.

I have no idea what would be done with them- but I’d love to see someone try!

Coloma's avatar

Tomatos, cheese, bread crumbs, shrimp

SuperMouse's avatar

I love that show! Forgive me, I just figured out how to make my type look like that.

I am a lousy cook but I will try to come up with three ingredients as exotic as some of the ones good old Ted comes up with… beets, edamame, venison, and sherbet!

Coloma's avatar

@SuperMouse

Ew, ew, ew, and YUM! lol

Coloma's avatar

I was once tricked into eating Elk raviole….blech!

Dr_Dredd's avatar

I’ve eaten reindeer. It was actually pretty good. :-)

Coloma's avatar

@Dr_Dredd
Yeah..the Elk wasn’t too bad, until I learned what it really was..psych out! lol

earthduzt's avatar

Chopped Chilean Seabass, Chopped onion, chopped cilantro, and chopped habanero peppers, marinated in freshly squeezed key lime juice>>>>Makes Awesome Ceviche

Coloma's avatar

@earthduzt

Ceviche and Cerveza!

NaturallyMe's avatar

Dessert: milk chocolate, white chocolate, cream, marzipan. (and i want something moussey done with the chocolates :D )

anartist's avatar

avocado,pine nuts,shallots,basil

@WestRiverrat may I join you? I would sauté the onions, red pepper, and mushrooms in butter or virgin olive oil [or a mix of both] wuth a lot of minced garlic and a spritz of wine; melt the cheese on top and put them in or on your breakfast eggs [or eat em right out of the pan]. I do this often

@Coloma why did it matter if it was elk if it tasted good and you are a meat eater?

anartist's avatar

@Coloma ceviche and cerveza combine so naturally in the stomach. Perhaps that is all the cooking required.

food's avatar

rice flour, chocolate, cheddar cheese, and… amaretto? I´d make an exotic tamale maybe? Hey can we copyright the ideas we write here? Scratch the amaretto, switch it for small chunks of hardened caramelized sugar for a different texture

food's avatar

I´d make a flan with coloma´s ingredients?

food's avatar

how about a cheesecake or tart with your ingredients? kind of an obvious choice though. Or it could be a trifle

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