The Chew Recipes by Carla Hall
If you’re a fan of the television show Top Chef or The Chew, then you’ve probably heard of Carla Hall. She’s an acclaimed chef, author and media personality who was a contestant on two seasons of the show and a co-host for several years.
She’s also a model, entrepreneur and activist who believes food connects people. As such, her cookbooks and other writings reflect this philosophy.
The chew recipes carla hall
Carla Hall, former co-host of The Chew and a winner of two seasons of Top Chef, has a knack for cooking soul food that’s both comforting and delicious. Her recipes honor her Southern heritage with a blend of traditional and modern flavors.
From Black-Eyed Pea Salad with Hot Sauce Vinaigrette to Tomato Pie with Garlic Bread Crust, her recipes feature farm-fresh ingredients and big, satisfying tastes. She also shares her favorite celebration foods, including deviled eggs, buttermilk biscuits and a classic take on Nashville hot fried chicken.
Her latest book, Carla Hall’s Soul Food: Everyday and Celebration, has landed on annual “Best Cookbooks” lists across the country and received an NAACP Image Award nomination. The collection features 145 original recipes, 120 color photographs and a whole lotta love!
Whether you’re looking for a quick breakfast or an indulgent dessert, these heart-healthy recipes will help you start your day on the right foot. They’re also made with heart-healthy ingredients like oats, which can help reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease.
The Chew teamed up with Quaker Oats to share these breakfast recipes that are both healthy and delicious, so you can get off to the right start of your day. You’ll also find a tasty recipe for a Grown Up Daiquiri that’s perfect for Mardi Gras and a recipe for Mini King Cakes, the traditional dessert served during Fat Tuesday.
Carla’s Breakfast Oats are made with almond milk, puffed oats and banana, and she adds peanut butter for an added protein boost. The combination of these ingredients can help you stay full and keep your blood sugar steady, so you’re less likely to snack between meals.
She’s a fan of this recipe because it uses oats, which are high in fiber and low in carbohydrates. She also likes that it uses banana, which is an excellent source of potassium and manganese.
This recipe is a great way to use up those extra sweet potatoes from Thanksgiving, and it’s easy enough for anyone to make. Just be sure to peel them before you add the butter and sugar, so they don’t become too mushy and sticky after frying.
For more of her delicious recipes, check out her cookbooks Carla’s Comfort Food: Favorite Dishes from Around the World and Cooking with Love: Comfort Food That Hugs You. She’s currently working on her next cookbook, which she hopes will be a tribute to her Southern heritage and include more of the comfort food dishes she loves.