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 each show they've got some skin in the game with some excellent uses of epiderm in the appetizer round. One chef attempts the im-pasta-ble in the entree course. The chefs mustn't flake out over dried mashed potatoes and fennel in the dessert round.

  • A pork delicacy and a jarred delight jockey for position in the appetizer basket. Round two finds the chefs struggling with two Australian favorites in the entree basket — sweet pavlova and spring lamb. A standard roast beef dinner accompaniment makes an appearance in the dessert round, confusing flavors even further with mint and pineapple.

  • A pork delicacy and a jarred delight jockey for position in the appetizer basket. Round two finds the chefs struggling with two Australian favorites in the entree basket — sweet pavlova and spring lamb. A standard roast beef dinner accompaniment makes an appearance in the dessert round, confusing flavors even further with mint and pineapple.

  • Chicken livers and seaweed crack open this competition as four chefs fight it out. Ingredients are missed, and a clam of a different colour causes complications in the dinner round. A familiar comfort food poses a new challenge in the final round as both chefs struggle to repurpose it into a prizewinning dessert.

  • This sugar-filled episode starts the chefs' day off with an instant breakfast treat and maple butter in the appetizer round. Will one chef's dream of winning the $10,000 go up in flames? It's anyone's game as pheasant is paired with a chocolate candy treat and vanilla beans. It's a bit of a shell game, as one chef makes dollars from donuts in the dessert round.

  • This sugar-filled episode starts the chefs' day off with an instant breakfast treat and maple butter in the appetizer round. Will one chef's dream of winning the $10,000 go up in flames? It's anyone's game as pheasant is paired with a chocolate candy treat and vanilla beans. It's a bit of a shell game, as one chef makes dollars from donuts in the dessert round.

  • The chefs hash it out over mac and cheese loaf and one chef's appetizer is a cut above the rest. Popcorn spices things up in the entree round where all three chefs struggle to marry some unusual ingredients. In the dessert round, the proof is in the butterscotch pudding as the chefs mirror each other's desserts.

  • Four chefs find themselves in a pickle at the start of this episode. Competition heats up in the entree round as one chef gets the cold (pork) shoulder. A boozy basket yields two spectacular desserts, leaving the judges with a very difficult decision.

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  • The chefs each show they've got some skin in the game with some excellent uses of epiderm in the appetizer round. One chef attempts the im-pasta-ble in the entree course. The chefs mustn't flake out over dried mashed potatoes and fennel in the dessert round.

  • It's time to open the takeout containers in this episode. Greek salad and beef pho make for strange bedfellows in the appetizer round. The second round challenges the chefs to see who can transform a drive-thru staple into haute cuisine. The dessert round pits the remaining chefs against each other in an Asian adventure with a cherry twist.

  • It's time to open the takeout containers in this episode. Greek salad and beef pho make for strange bedfellows in the appetizer round. The second round challenges the chefs to see who can transform a drive-thru staple into haute cuisine. The dessert round pits the remaining chefs against each other in an Asian adventure with a cherry twist.

  • Four chefs stick their necks out when ostrich and lollipops make an appearance in the appetizer round. The entree makes for a wild time when chefs must mix a jiggly dessert with a gamey meat. It's a bit of a pickle for the two remaining chefs who must find a way to sneak a popular bar food into a prize winning dessert.

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About the Show

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

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