Celebrity Chef Recipe Round-Up

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Our Celebrity Chef Recipe Round Up is a great way to find the best recipes from your favorite chefs. Celebrity chef recipes are often healthy and simple to make, so don’t be intimidated. You can copy some of the most popular dishes from your favorite culinary stars.

1. Julia Child’s Eggplant and Zucchini Gratin
Julia’s eggplant and zucchini gratin recipe from Julia Child is a true classic. It can be served as a great side dish or can be served as the main meal. The dish is colorful and is great for entertaining or bringing to an event when you are asked to contribute. Learn which veggies you should buy organic and which you can pass on here.

2. Hubert Keller’s Hawaiian Chicken Burger with Pineapple Macadamia Nut Relish
If you are looking for a dish that will be a hit at your next cookout or family dinner, this recipe is sure to please. Keller’s chicken burger puts a healthy spin on the traditional burger without sacrificing what you expect from this classic menu item.

3. Rachael Ray’s Watermelon and Tomato Gazpacho
Rachael’s watermelon and tomato gazpacho is the ideal meal to help you cool down during the heart of the sweltering hot summer months. You might not think tomato and watermelon pair well together, but you will be surprised when you try this cool soup.

4. Ellie Krieger’s Baked Shrimp with Tomatoes and Feta
This baked shrimp dish is a great alternative to meals made with meats that are high in saturated fat. It features tomatoes and feta for a tangy taste.

5. Emeril Lagasse’s Angel Hair Aglio Olio
Emeril’s angel hair aglio olio is one of the simplest recipes you will find. It combines garlic and olive oil to make an aromatic sauce. To keep things healthy, choose a lower carb pasta or substitute whole wheat or whole grain noodles if you prefer.

6. Bobby Flay’s Grilled Halibut with Corn Coconut Curry Sauce and Grilled Cherry Tomato Chutney
This grilled halibut dish combines the smooth meatiness of halibut with the kicked-up flavors for which Bobby is known. It features corn coconut curry sauce and tomato chutney, flavors that seem complicated, but work well together. The dish is fairly easy to create and you can even make extra sauce and use it later on chicken or mixed with rice.

7. Marcus Samuelsson’s Chickpea and Portabello Meatless Meatloaf
This chickpea and portabello meatless meatloaf is a great way to enjoy meatloaf without all the unhealthy ingredients found in most traditional meatloaf recipes. The recipe uses chickpeas and mushrooms to duplicate the texture of ground meat without the unhealthy consequences. The mushrooms give the meatloaf a slightly earthy, meaty flavor, so it’s easy to create a meat-free version of a classic. Read about why we love mushrooms here.

8. Rick Bayless’s Shrimp in Red Escabeche
Rick Bayless’s Shrimp in Red Escabeche has a tangy, sweet flavor that is reminiscent of barbecue sauce. It is packed with red chiles, which not only add flavor, but plenty of healthy components to the dish. It also features red onions and cilantro, giving it an authentic Mexican flavor. It can be served warm or cold and is great with rice or a crisp summer salad.
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