The Chew: Popcorn Chicken + Spicy Sloppy Joe Puffs

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The Chew March 4 2016 Recap

On Friday March 4, the hosts of The Chew shared some of their favorite recipes that you can eat with your hands! Carla Hall shared a fun Popcorn Chicken recipe, while Daphne Oz prepared her Spicy Sloppy Joe Puffs, giving the messy sandwich a more manageable and tasty makeover!

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The Chew: Popcorn Chicken Recipe

The Chew: Popcorn Chicken + Spicy Sloppy Joe Puffs

As the hosts of The Chew were sharing recipes you can eat with your hands, Carla Hall shared a recipe for Popcorn Chicken. (banglarecipes / Flickr)

Carla Hall’s Popcorn Chicken recipe is a great way to try cooking with dark meat chicken, and the poppable pieces make for a dinner the entire family can enjoy!

–> The Chew: Popcorn Chicken Recipe

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The Chew: Almond Bread With Turmeric Turkey Recipe

Actress Laura Prepon then joined The Chew to share one of her own recipes for a gluten-free Almond Bread that she then topped with Turmeric Turkey! This recipe tastes so good, you’d never guess it was also good for you!

–> The Chew: Almond Bread With Turmeric Turkey Recipe

The Chew: Spicy Sloppy Joe Puffs With Carrot Salad

Daphne Oz was then inspired by a Mediterranean dish to make Spicy Sloppy Joe Puffs with a Crunchy Carrot Salad. This recipe is a great way to use puff pastry and ground beef!

–> The Chew: Spicy Sloppy Joe Puffs With Carrot Salad

The Chew: Chocolate & Peanut Tartufo Bonbons Recipe

Finally, Mario Batali took over dessert, by transforming an Italian dessert into a bite-sized treat you can eat with your hands. His Chocolate and Peanut Tartufo Bonbons are basically chocolate-covered bites of gelato or ice cream!

–> The Chew: Chocolate & Peanut Tartufo Bonbons Recipe

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