Chopped Episodes

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Chopped Season 11 episodes

Reversal of Fortune Season 11, Episode 10

The chefs must use green-goddess salad dressing in their appetizers; fortune cookies and branzino in their entrées; and sourdough bread in their desserts. read more

Yuzu Never Know Season 11, Episode 9

Yuzu juice, sturgeon and a spicy surprise are pulled from the mystery baskets. read more

Own It! Season 11, Episode 8

The chefs must use hearts of palm and rabbit escabeche in their appetizers; goat chops in their entrées; and blue-corn tortilla chips in their desserts. read more

Ready, Set, Escargot! Season 11, Episode 7

The chefs must use escargots and red jalapeños in their appetizers; Chinese eggplant and ground lamb in their entrées; and roasted noodles in their desserts. read more

Sound the Alarm! Season 11, Episode 6

Four firefighters face off in the kitchen. They must use hot dogs and smoked mozzarella in their appetizers; bison steaks and fire-roasted tomatoes in their entrées; and crescent-roll dough in their desserts. read more

Plenty of Fish Season 11, Episode 5

The chefs must use Indian gourds in their appetizers; lutefisk in their entrées; and Chinese sausage in their desserts. read more

Leftovers Extravaganza! Season 11, Episode 4

Leftovers are transformed into gourmet appetizers, entrées and desserts. Featured ingredients include leftover pizza, Chinese food and cold refried beans. read more

Good Chop, Bad Chop? Season 11, Episode 3

The chefs must use canned ham in their appetizers; perch in their entrées; and croissants in their desserts. read more

Chewing the Caul Fat Season 11, Episode 2

The chefs must use pickle juice in their appetizers, savoy cabbage in their entrées and edible flowers in their desserts. read more

I'm Your Huckleberry Season 11, Episode 1

The chefs must incorporate octopus and huckleberries into their appetizers; champagne into their entrées; and a Mexican cheese into their desserts. read more

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Premiered: January 13, 2009, on Food Network
Rating: TV-G
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Premise: Four up-and-coming chefs transform everyday ingredients into an extraordinary three-course meal in a three-round cooking competition. A panel of culinary experts determine which 'chef-testant' walks away with $10,000.


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