The Chew March 1 2016 Recap
If you’re like me, you haven’t yet heard about the deliciousness that is Bibimbap. But that’s about to change thanks to The Chew‘s traveling the world episode. Mario Batali kicked it off with a Korean dish called Bibimbap, which is basically a bowl filled with crispy rice, marinated meat, and a ton of fresh, flavorful veggies! Michael Symon also shared a China-inspired recipe for Peking Duck!
The Chew: Bibimbap Recipe
Mario Batali got the episode started with a recipe called Bibimbap. This Korean dish has a unique name that certainly fun to say, and even more fun to eat! You can build your own bowl and fill it with whatever ingredients your heart desires! Typically, the bowl is filled with crispy rice, marinated meat, fresh veggies like bean sprouts, and then topped with an egg!
The Chew: Crispy Fish & Chips Recipe
Clinton Kelly then welcomed actor Josh Hopkins who had practically zero experience in the kitchen. Even though he was quite the amateur, he did a wonderful job helping Clinton put together the crispiest Fish and Chips ever!
The Chew: Peking Duck Recipe
Michael Symon then stepped into the kitchen to share a recipe for a Chinese delight: Peking Duck! He explained that although it’s available practically everywhere in New York City, it’s often hard to find elsewhere in the U.S.. That’s why he shared a recipe that allows people to make their own at home!
The Chew: Skillet Naan Bread With Cucumber Relish
Carla Hall joined Michael Symon to share her recipe for Thai-inspired Skillet Naan Bread with Cucumber Relish, which tastes delicious by itself, but is made even better with the addition of Michael’s Peking Duck!
The Chew: Braised Chicken Thighs + Kale, Butternut Squash
Finally, Daphne Oz, who comes from a Turkish family, used a unique spice blend to prepare her Braised Chicken Thighs with Kale and Butternut Squash to show just how big of an impact a few spices can have on a dish!