The Chew October 22 2015 Recap
Michael Symon and Mario Batali went head-to-had in the kitchen, each making a version of chicken cacciatore. They had a blindfolded taste-tester try each dish and see if she could determine which one was more expensive. Mario’s $6 dish or Michael’s that cost just a little more than $3. Also, Carla Hall made a special Halloween treat using frozen bananas.
The Chew: Chicken Cacciatore With Fennel & Porcinis
Mario Batali knows exactly how to make a decadent, fancy dish, and he did so using fennel and expensive porcini mushrooms to make chicken cacciatore. If you really want to impress your guests or even surprise your family with a nice dinner, this recipe is perfect for you!
The Chew: Chicken Cacciatore With Bacon & Portobellos
On the other hand if you’re on a tighter budget and still want to impress your family or your house guests, try making chicken cacciatore Michael Symon’s way, using bacon and portobello mushrooms.
The Chew: Frozen Ghost Banana Pops Recipe
Speaking of cheap, Carla Hall shared a great, cheap Halloween treat using frozen bananas. Just follow her directions and you can easily make these adorable ghost pops, or turn them into another figurine to match any holiday!
The Chew: Buffalo Chicken Hand Pies Recipe
Clinton Kelly then welcomed a mother of two who had a fantastic recipe for buffalo chicken hand pies that can be made using simple ingredients and very little money. This is one cheap recipe that really packs a flavorful punch!