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It goes without saying that leftovers can get stale and boring. In our new show Freshedovers, cooking expert Aida Mollenkamp demonstrates how to give your leftovers a much-needed makeover, starting with shredded roast chicken, which she transforms into a citrusy, bold Jamaican jerk chicken salad. Keep watching to find out how to give your chicken a Freshedover, then get the recipe.
In our new series Freshedovers, culinary expert Aida Mollenkamp is demonstrating just how easy it is to transform last night's leftovers into a novel new dish. She's already given us two fresh ideas — Filipino tacos and Jamaican jerk chicken salad — and here she tackles a nostalgic American favorite, the barbecue chicken sandwich. Keep watching to find out how to give your roast chicken a Freshedover, then snag the recipe.
It goes without saying that leftovers can get stale and boring. In our new show Freshedovers, cooking expert Aida Mollenkamp demonstrates how to give your leftovers a much-needed makeover, starting with shredded roast chicken. Earlier she showed us how to transform chicken into a Jamaican jerk chicken salad, and now she takes shredded rotisserie chicken for a totally different kind of spin: as the filling for Filipino-inspired tacos.
In this episode, Aida creates a garlic, ginger, and pineapple sisig — a Filipino sour marinade — to inject flavor into shredded rotisserie chicken. The result? A make-ahead, spicy-sweet taco filling that's unlike one you've ever had before. Keep watching to find out how to give your chicken a Freshedover, and then get the recipe.
If you're attending an Oscars bash this weekend, be sure to get the party started on the right foot by popping open a bottle of bubbly for a true dash of Hollywood glamour. At the Governors Ball preview, PopSugar Editor Lindsay Miller caught up with entertaining expert Aida Mollenkamp, who was on hand with Moët & Chandon to offer her favorite serving suggestions. Catch the video for unique Champagne cocktail ideas.
Aida Mollenkamp's convinced you don't have to sneak cauliflower into your eggs or beets into your chocolate cake in order to get your fill of healthy food. We caught up with her at the Taste in Los Angeles, where she explained her holistic approach to cooking wholesome, delectable food for friends and family. Also, find out what big project she's been keeping busy with. Plus, learn the biggest things beginners do wrong when they're cooking at home.
Lastly serve an assembled hors d'oeuvre, like bacon wrapped apricots, which requires nothing more than a quick bake in the oven. Interested in these recommended recipes? Keep reading.
It's like a crustless pumpkin pie with a classic pecan pie topping. A bourbon whipped cream is the perfect garnish to this decadent dessert. Look at the recipe here.
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