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Top Moments of Chopped After Hours: Redemption

The judges cook with the same basket ingredients from the dessert round of Chopped: Redeemed or Re-Chopped.

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Redeemed or Re-Chopped?

Marcus, Amanda and Aarón are ready to cook with vegan lobster, chop suey, hot mustard and winter melon. "We inflicted this on innocent chefs," says Ted. "So we might as well take it upon ourselves," says Amanda. Ted keeps the judges hanging as he stretches out announcing "time starts now!"

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There's No Vegan Here

Ted asks Marcus what he thinks about the vegan lobster. "I have no idea what this is. I'm still trying to figure it out, but I like the challenge," says Marcus. He ends up making a play on surf and turf, and he decides to grill sausage and bacon, turning a vegan basket into an ultimate meat eaters' dish.

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Playing with Your Food

Amanda can't get over the bouncy texture of the vegan lobster: "Seriously, Ted, I'm gonna bounce it to you." The two decide to play a game of ball and Ted shoots: "I'm aiming for your bowl!" And he scores!

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Going Old-School Mexican

Aarón decides to make enchiladas, so for his filling he purees the vegan lobster and the chop suey. On the stove he has tomatoes and winter melon grilling, which he'll blend to create the serving sauce.

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