The Chew November 25 2015 Recap
The co-hosts of The Chew shared their last-minute Thanksgiving recipes that could easily work for any other day of the year! Carla Hall’s Pan Seared Turkey was great for preparing protein in little time, while Clinton Kelly whipped up Savory Scones with Drew Barrymore.
The Chew: Pan Seared Turkey With Gremolata Compound Butter
If you don’t have time to roast a whole turkey, why not sear smaller pieces of a turkey in a pan, flavoring it with Gremolata Compound Butter? That’s exactly what Carla did, proving that your main course doesn’t have to take a ton of time to cook!
The Chew: Sweet & Spicy Butternut Squash + Salsa Verde
Mario Batali then used a fall favorite, butternut squash, to make a sweet and spicy side dish with Salsa Verde.
The Chew: Green Bean Poutine Recipe
Instead of the traditional green bean casserole, Michael Symon took a favorite food of his, poutine, and switched things up a bit. He came up with an incredible recipe for Green Bean Poutine that everyone thoroughly enjoyed!
The Chew: Savory Scones With Pecorino & Pancetta
Instead of the usualy sweet scones, Clinton Kelly, with the help of actress Drew Barrymore, prepared Savory Scones with Pecorino and Pancetta. You could easily substitute bacon for the pancetta, but either way, you’ve got a delectable treat to serve with your meal!
The Chew: Bagel Stuffing Recipe
Finally, the co-hosts shared a unique recipe for stuffing made with a few different types of bagels.