The Chew: Chicken Cacciatore Two Ways + Frozen Banana Pops

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.

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The Chew: Chicken Cacciatore With Fennel & Porcinis

The Chew: Chicken Cacciatore Two Ways + Frozen Banana Pops

Michael Symon and Mario Batali each made a version of chicken cacciatore, one with fancy ingredients ad thother much cheaper. (29183526@N06 / Flickr)

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 Fennel & Porcinis

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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: Chicken Cacciatore With Bacon & Portobellos

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: Frozen Ghost Banana Pops Recipe

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!

–> The Chew: Buffalo Chicken Hand Pies Recipe

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