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Chopped is a popular cooking competition featured on Food Network and the Cooking channel. Four chefs compete for the chance to win $10,000.00. The prize money can be spent on anything the winner chooses, but it is most often used to improve upon the chef's business. All four competing chefs generally come from different professional backgrounds, though they often fit into the theme of each competition. For example, one episode might feature chefs from New Orleans while another might feature firefighters who also happen to be chefs. Chef diversity has always been a key point of the competition.

The competition takes place over the course of three rounds. These rounds are typically appetizers, entr

Chopped is a series that is currently running and has 47 seasons (644 episodes). The series first aired on January 13, 2009.

Chopped is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Chopped on demand atPhilo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Sling, Google Play, iTunes, Food Network online.

Tuesday 10:00 PM et/pt on Food Network
47 Seasons, 644 Episodes
January 13, 2009
Food, Reality
7.5/10
Cast: Ted Allen
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Chopped Full Episode Guide

  • The chefs try conquer mac and cheese and claim a spot in the Comfort Food Feud grand finale. The first round basket includes a cocktail, and the entree round sees the competitors working with a mac and cheese-inspired brunch item.

  • In a burger-themed battle of the $25,000 Comfort Food Feud, the chefs get a deep-fried surprise and a sloppy classic in round one. In the entree round, they must figure out what to do with a bizarre canned product.

  • The chefs open the first basket to find dressed beer and three other surprises. A weird fungus and a peculiar pizza pie are the shockers in the entree round.

  • The chefs get fries and thighs in every basket, starting with a delicate protein paired with a newfangled starch in the appetizer basket. Bubble tea crashes the theme party in the second round.

  • As the clock ticks down, the judges wonder whether all the dandelion green appetizers will be completed; the chefs get more than they bargained for with gnocchi in sandwich form.

  • It's wild times in the kitchen as the chefs get loco with Loco Moco, a Hawaiian comfort food, in round one; the finalists are challenged to use a weird coffee and a crunchy cake in their desserts.

  • The competing chefs are challenged to make a scrumptious soup-and-sandwich duo for every round; in the appetizer round, they set out to make dunkable, slurpable creations while utilizing an unusual egg in the basket.

  • In the first round, the chefs cook up appetizers using pizza bites and caviar; In the entree round,a magnificent comfort food creation and a basic veggie; dessert basket features a sugary cereal and a gelatinous stumper.

  • Creativity is crucial for the competing chefs trying to impress the judges, starting with deviled ham spread in the first basket. Sweet booza ice cream in the second basket is an unwelcome surprise for savory entree plates.

  • Four returning champions try to impress Bobby Flay; in the first round, an oven mishap leads to an alarming situation; an American classic in frozen form threatens to stump the chefs; two remaining champs must make big plans for a candy-themed tart.

  • In round two, the chefs face a fish that they've never cooked before.

  • Four "Chopped" champs compete for a spot in the tournament finale; in the preliminary battle, the first basket includes an anything-but-basic burger. The three chefs in round two have ambitious plans for their dishes.

  • The competing chefs work quickly to make appetizers from chewy candy.

  • The champs face a beef jerky product and a twist on hummus in round two.

  • It's game day in the Chopped kitchen with four football-loving chefs.

  • The competing chefs keep the judges guessing as they attempt to make successful quail entrees and use Australian seasoning and a jar of Mexican caramel in their desserts.

  • Cauliflower is the veggie of the moment and the undisputed star of this Chopped battle. In the first round, the chefs must use the ubiquitous carb substitute in their dishes along with a funky Mexican delicacy.

  • It's a match made in culinary heaven as four chefs must tame wild game meat in every round and use a different bourbon to accent and complement their dishes.

  • The competing chefs find unusual cupcakes and a curious jarred 'candy' in the round two baskets, and the final two chefs feast their eyes on a jar of pigs lips in the dessert basket.

  • Daring competitors are up against the clock to use a red spread and dried fish in the second round, and the remaining chefs must combine a citrus food and an unusual seaweed snack in their desserts.

  • The chefs must hop to it and make rabbit terrine work with a less highfalutin, packaged product in their appetizers; combining cake mix and ramen; a weird ice cream and a curious condiment.

  • Four chefs set out to prove that fish heads are delicious in an exhilarating appetizer round. A strange-flavored fizz threatens to throw off the chefs and make their entrees flop.

  • Four chefs face three culinary challenges that include a creative take on poke, a unique piece of pork and a salty and sweet snack.

  • Four chefs who specialize in cooking lighter, healthier fare are challenged to make lean dishes in the Chopped kitchen. Low-calorie chips inspire creativity in the round one, and avocado-free guacamole is a surprise in round two.

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