Chopped Canada

Chopped Goes Canadian

In the series from our neighbors to the north, four chefs must cook against the clock with mystery basket ingredients, but only one will become the Chopped Canada champion. Go behind the scenes.

The Original Competition

Chefs cook in three rounds using mystery basket ingredients.

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  • The chefs are hard pressed to impress in this appetizer round that combined canned ham and kohlrabi. Three remaining chefs give us something to "root" for when they combine bacon and bok choy. Ultimately one chef will "beet" out a victory with pound cake, candy and marjoram.

  • Frog legs and cookies get things hopping in the appetizer round, as these four chefs face off. Cherry cheesecake raises the "steaks" in round two as one chef finds a new and inventive use for a toaster! Ultimately, one chef is no "matcha" for the other as paneer and elderflower liqueur take center stage in round three.

  • Frog legs and cookies get things hopping in the appetizer round, as these four chefs face off. Cherry cheesecake raises the "steaks" in round two as one chef finds a new and inventive use for a toaster! Ultimately, one chef is no "matcha" for the other as paneer and elderflower liqueur take center stage in round three.

  • A fluffy sweet and a stiff drink raise the bar in the first round as a new mom and a chef school instructor set out to prove they've got what it takes in this episode of Chopped Canada. Organs and fruit make strange dinner partners in round two. A sweet treat and a smoked meat bring out fierce competition for the final prize.

  • Our chefs are challenged out of the gates as a host of unusual ingredients take the stage. Ready-made eggrolls and stilton cheese collide in the appetizer round, giving way to the odd pairing of blood sausage and lemongrass in the entree. The last two chefs struggle with sweet and salty in a dessert round featuring spicy salted plums and vanilla frosting.

  • Our chefs are challenged out of the gates as a host of unusual ingredients take the stage. Ready-made eggrolls and stilton cheese collide in the appetizer round, giving way to the odd pairing of blood sausage and lemongrass in the entree. The last two chefs struggle with sweet and salty in a dessert round featuring spicy salted plums and vanilla frosting.

  • In a battle of the young versus the seasoned, four chefs face off to win the $10,000 prize. A strong appetizer round with escargot and onion rings leaves the judges wondering who should be chopped. Things heat up in the dinner round as one chef's rabbit is underdone and another's is cooked to a crisp. In the dessert round it's the duck that's laid the golden egg as one chef pulls ahead to win the race.

  • There's no escaping the challenge in round one as four chefs battle to transform chicken wieners and dried fruit into a winning combination. Brisket proves a tough meat to handle in the second basket as the chefs fight to make it to the final round. Dessert is a prickly pickle as the both chefs strive to create a delightful dish from cactus and crescent rolls.

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  • The chefs are hard pressed to impress in this appetizer round that combined canned ham and kohlrabi. Three remaining chefs give us something to "root" for when they combine bacon and bok choy. Ultimately one chef will "beet" out a victory with pound cake, candy and marjoram.

  • Chefs get an unhelpful hand in the appetizer round when a pre-packaged staple rears its ugly head. There's not much love for turducken as the chefs battle it out in round two. Dessert throws yet another curveball with fiddleheads in the mix, will either chef be able to transform this woodsy green into a delectable treat?

  • Chefs get an unhelpful hand in the appetizer round when a pre-packaged staple rears its ugly head. There's not much love for turducken as the chefs battle it out in round two. Dessert throws yet another curveball with fiddleheads in the mix, will either chef be able to transform this woodsy green into a delectable treat?

  • One chef finds himself in hot water when mussels and mushrooms appear in the appetizer round. A beverage from the space age makes for a sweet surprise in the dinner round. The chefs spruce things up in the dessert round with plantains and palm sugar.

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Armed with skill and ingenuity, chefs race against the clock to turn mystery ingredients into an extraordinary three-course meal.

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