The Chew February 11 2016 Recap
The hosts of The Chew shared their “Chew-spired” recipes that were inspired by everyhing from hard working single moms to popular new food trends. Carla Hall shared a sweet recipe for Peanut Butter Toffee Cups, while Michael Symon shared his recipe for Roasted Chicken Ramen. Mario Batali and Clinton Kelly each had delicious recipes of their own to share as well!
The Chew: Smoky Black Bean Dip Recipe
Clinton Kelly took over the appetizer or snack portion of the show with his recipe for Smoky Black Bean Dip that was inspired by his recent time in Miami. This healthy dip is loaded with protein and just what you need when looking for a dunkable snack.
The Chew: Brazilian Shrimp Stew Recipe
Mario Batali was then in the kitchen with Alfred Enoch from How to Get Away with Murder. Mario likely planned ahead, knowing that Alfred grew up in a mixed-race household, to Brazilian and English parents. Mario enlisted the help of the actor to make his Brazilian Shrimp Stew.
The Chew: Peanut Butter Toffee Cups Recipe
Carla Hall highlighted the hard working single mother of two who opened her own restaurant based off the simple idea of a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, and paying it forward. Carla used the mom’s homemade peanut butter to make her Peanut Butter Toffee Cups, and the woman’s two daughters were delighted to step in as taste testers!
The Chew: Roasted Chicken Ramen Recipe
In the final segment, Michael Symon shared his inspiration behind his Roasted Chicken Ramen, revealing that several viewers shared their own versions of the dish, proving that it’s a food trend that will only grow with time!