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The Chopped Cookbook: Use What You've Got to Cook Something Great Hardcover – April 8, 2014
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It also includes different sections which are extremely helpful. For example, The Chopped Pantry has a list of different ingredients and spices that chefs mostly use and are listed under categories. Baking Basics - Flour, Baking Powder, etc. I think one of my favorite things is the graphs that explain what goes with what. I'm one of those people who constantly has to buy something at the grocery store just for a recipe so this will be extremely useful to me. Absolutely love it!
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I love these recipes...they remind me of Chopped in that there is some random ingredients I wouldn't have thought to pair with other things. And the sauces pages are great! I feel like in most cookbooks you only want to use a handful of the recipes (or maybe you want to make more but you just...don't) but I have a feeling we'll be making as many of these recipes as we can.
I guess, if you're expecting exact recipes from the show this isn't the cookbook for you but if you're like my boyfriend and me where we want some reasonably delicious meals with a little twist this cookbook is great :)
The recipes are based on the recipes that came from the show. They were prepared by the same people who pick the ingredients for the mystery baskets. The difference is the wacky ingredients have been replaced by 'normal' ones that you can find in almost any grocery. One stand-out feature of the book is a list of ingredients found in the show's pantry grouped in categories such as 'Basics', 'Richness', 'Sweetness', 'Crunch' and my favorite: 'Spice/Heat'.
Besides the 'inspired by' factor and the pantry list the only tie-in to the show are tips from the judges that are scttered throughout the book. I am still a little bit disappointed that the recipes aren't from the show but I also still glad I bought it.
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A delightful book. Great photos, easy directions for uncomplicated recipes. The pan sauce section is mouth-watering.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
My niece loved her new cookbook. Thank you for a Christmas success.Published 7 months ago by Lynn Grundeen
The book is put together decently, but Ive made two recipes exactly to the recipe and they dont taste very good (and I am a decent cook).Published 7 months ago by Samantha Echaves