The Chew: Chicken Cordon Bleu Sliders + Peanut Pulled Pork

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The Chew September 25 2015 Recap

On Friday, The co-hosts of The Chew whipped up three different dinner recipes that will leave you feeling full and satisfied, as if you just ate a gourmet meal with little to no prep. Michael Symon shared his chicken cordon bleu sliders, while Carla Hall put together her super tender and juicy pulled pork with a kick.

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The Chew: Chicken Cordon Bleu Sliders Recipe

The Chew: Chicken Cordon Bleu Sliders + Peanut Pulled Pork

Michael Symon shared a flavor-packed recipe for chicken cordon bleu sliders, making a fancy recipe a lot more casual. (theimpulsivebuy / Flickr)

Michael Symon expressed how happy he was that chefs seemed to be making more casual dishes lately, making everyone feel as if they can enjoy fancy food. To go along with that, he made a gourmet chicken cordon bleu dish into a slider the whole family can enjoy.

–> The Chew: Chicken Cordon Bleu Sliders Recipe

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The Chew: Brett Eldredge + Spicy Peanut Pulled Pork Recipe

Carla Hall was joined by country music singer Brett Eldredge, and showed him how he can make spicy peanut pulled pork right there on his tour bus, and then leave it in the slow cooker while he performs, to come back to a delicious ready-to-eat meal.

–> The Chew: Brett Eldredge + Spicy Peanut Pulled Pork Recipe

The Chew: Green Tea-Poached Salmon With Bok Choy Recipe

Then, David Zinczenko shared tips for shrinking your belly without exercising, including drinking green tea. He explained how you can actually cook with green tea, and by pairing it with salmon, you’ve really got a flavorful, healthy dish.

–> The Chew: Green Tea-Poached Salmon With Bok Choy Recipe

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