The BEST Episodes of Chopped Canada

Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!

Last Updated: Sep 30, 2019

American favorite ``Chopped'' heads north of the border to Canada with a familiar format and new host, Toronto native Dean McDermott, perhaps best known as being the husband of actress Tori Spelling and co-star of the ``Tori & Dean'' reality TV franchise. Each episode of ``Chopped Canada'' challenges four professional chefs to turn boxes of mystery ingredients into a three-course meal in a race against the clock. Each course serves as its own round in the competition, and the chef with the least-successful dish -- as determined by a panel of judges -- is eliminated after each round. The chef who comes out on top following the dessert round wins $10,000 and the title of ``Chopped Canada'' champion.

A Brisket, A Basket

#1 - A Brisket, A Basket

Season 2 - Episode 10

Chicken wieners and dried fruit in the first basket; brisket proves a tough meat to handle.

star 10.00
3 votes
Fowl Play

#2 - Fowl Play

Season 2 - Episode 14

Can an appetizer be made from smoke and sugar or will some spice make it nice? The chefs face leftover butter chicken in the entrée basket and an injury takes its toll. Will slow and steady in the dessert round win the race?

star 9.00
4 votes
Some Skin in the Game

#3 - Some Skin in the Game

Season 1 - Episode 25

The chefs each show they've got some skin in the game with some excellent uses of epiderm in the appetizer round. One chef attempts the im-pasta-ble in the entree course. The chefs mustn't flake out over dried mashed potatoes and fennel in the dessert round.

star 9.00
7 votes
Who Gives A Geoduck

#4 - Who Gives A Geoduck

Season 1 - Episode 26

Chicken livers and seaweed crack open this competition as four chefs fight it out. Ingredients are missed, and a clam of a different colour causes complications in the dinner round. A familiar comfort food poses a new challenge in the final round as both chefs struggle to repurpose it into a prize winning dessert.

star 9.00
5 votes
One Flew Over the Cocoa's Nest

#5 - One Flew Over the Cocoa's Nest

Season 1 - Episode 24

Four chefs stick their necks out when ostrich and lollipops make an appearance in the appetizer round. The entree makes for a wild time when chefs must mix a jiggly dessert with a gamey meat. It's a bit of a pickle for the two remaining chefs who must find a way to sneak a popular bar food into a prize winning dessert.

star 8.87
8 votes
Everything But The Kitchen Sink

#6 - Everything But The Kitchen Sink

Season 2 - Episode 24

The chefs see red in the appetizer round when duck gizzards and sauerkraut are revealed. Everything but the kitchen sink is used in the entrée round. Salt, sweet and sweaty hits the pots for dessert.

star 8.83
6 votes
Can You Stomach This?

#7 - Can You Stomach This?

Season 2 - Episode 16

The chefs need to scuttle in the appetizer round. There’s no silver lining in the entrée round when tripe is found in the mystery basket. Will creativity turn sausages into a dessert worthy of winning.

star 8.75
4 votes
When Life Hands You Lemonade

#8 - When Life Hands You Lemonade

Season 1 - Episode 18

A sickeningly sweet canned good presents a challenge in the appetizer round as one young buck faces off against three seasoned chefs. Colorful candies and burdock root complicate the entree basket. In the dessert round, the last remaining chefs fight to keep their dreams from being squashed.

star 8.63
8 votes
Dippity Do What?

#9 - Dippity Do What?

Season 2 - Episode 7

A pre-packaged staple in the appetizer round; turducken in the entree round.

star 8.60
5 votes
Every Round Has Its Thorns

#10 - Every Round Has Its Thorns

Season 2 - Episode 9

Eggrolls and stilton cheese in the appetizer round; blood sausage and lemongrass are paired up.

star 8.57
7 votes
Pressed for Ham

#11 - Pressed for Ham

Season 1 - Episode 21

The chefs are hard pressed to impress in this appetizer round that combined canned ham and kohlrabi. Three remaining chefs give us something to "root" for when they combine bacon and bok choy. Ultimately one chef will "beet" out a victory with pound cake, candy and marjoram.

star 8.50
10 votes
The Sweet Taste of Success

#12 - The Sweet Taste of Success

Season 1 - Episode 11

This candy filled episode pits Quebec chefs against Ontario chefs in a heated battle for Chopped Canada Champion. Black licorice and candy coated chocolates cause sweet struggles in the first two rounds, while a basket of woodsy and spicy flavors turns things upside down when it comes time for dessert.

star 8.40
10 votes
It's a Halva Day

#13 - It's a Halva Day

Season 2 - Episode 3

Four female chefs brave the baskets for a shot at the prize; salmon cakes abound in round one.

star 8.33
12 votes
Snakes and Batters

#14 - Snakes and Batters

Season 1 - Episode 19

One chef gets skewered by candy rolls and beef loin in the appetizer round. Chefs get a leg up in the dinner round. The dessert round poses a hot date with destiny for the remaining two chefs.

star 8.33
12 votes
Crème de la Crop

#15 - Crème de la Crop

Season 2 - Episode 12

A pork delicacy and a jarred delight jockey for position in the appetizer basket.  Round two finds the chefs struggling with two Australian favourites in the entrée basket - sweet pavlova and spring lamb.  A standard roast beef dinner accompaniment makes an appearance in the dessert round, confusing flavours even further with mint and pineapple.

star 8.33
9 votes
Steaking Their Claim

#16 - Steaking Their Claim

Season 2 - Episode 8

Frog legs and cookies; cherry cheesecake; paneer and elderflower liqueur in round three.

star 8.29
7 votes
A Wing and a Prayer

#17 - A Wing and a Prayer

Season 1 - Episode 13

It's a battle of the wings in round one as the chefs jockey for a spot at the fryer and one chef's chicken is well underdone. There's a lot at stake when three chefs try to combine a traditional Japanese vegetable with a classic childhood snack. An ambitious dessert effort impresses the judges, but will it hold up?

star 8.27
11 votes
Ramp It Up!

#18 - Ramp It Up!

Season 1 - Episode 8

It's do(nut) or die as the chefs ramp up for the first round. Octopus challenges the chefs to come up with three very different entrees, but ultimately, it's all about the pastry as the final chefs face off to create a dessert that will save them from the chopping block.

star 8.24
17 votes
How About Them Apples?

#19 - How About Them Apples?

Season 2 - Episode 6

Italian soda, Thai noodles and Indian spice garam masala; frozen French fries and tuna steak.

star 8.20
10 votes
Leftovers: Recycle, Reuse, Reheat

#20 - Leftovers: Recycle, Reuse, Reheat

Season 2 - Episode 17

Four chefs race against the clock to transform yesterday's meals into a winning dish. Stale bread, a gingerbread house and a bottle of bubbly add to the struggle as each competitor rolls up their sleeves in this exciting leftover episode.

star 8.20
5 votes
Taken out by Takeout

#21 - Taken out by Takeout

Season 2 - Episode 11

Greek salad and beef pho in the appetizer round; a drive-thru staple in the second round.

star 8.18
11 votes
Clams, Lamb, Thank You Ma'am

#22 - Clams, Lamb, Thank You Ma'am

Season 1 - Episode 7

Clams prove surprisingly difficult in the first round for these four chefs. Kimchi strikes a tangy note in the entree round, but a bold use of this one ingredient cannot make up for the quality of others. Durian for dessert is a welcome, but stinky, challenge for two chefs whose inventiveness knows no bounds.

star 8.18
17 votes
Fired Up

#23 - Fired Up

Season 4 - Episode 3

The flames burn higher when four fire fighters battle it out for the title of Chopped Canada champion. Judges: Susur Lee, Eden Grinshpan, Michael Smith Competitors: Ryan Brown from Toronto, ON Henri Persaud from Vancouver, BC Michael Varga from Port Moody, BC Scott Germain from Fort McMurray, AB

star 8.17
18 votes
That Wascally Wabbit

#24 - That Wascally Wabbit

Season 1 - Episode 23

In a battle of the young versus the seasoned, four chefs face off to win the $10,000 prize. A strong appetizer round with escargot and onion rings leaves the judges wondering who should be chopped. Things heat up in the dinner round as one chef's rabbit is underdone and another's is cooked to a crisp. In the dessert round it's the duck that's laid the golden egg as one chef pulls ahead to win the race.

star 8.17
12 votes
Fire In the Hole

#25 - Fire In the Hole

Season 2 - Episode 13

Will one chef's dream of winning the $10,000 go up in flames? This sugar filled episode starts the chefs’ day off with an instant breakfast treat and maple butter in the appetizer round. It's anyone's game as pheasant is paired with a chocolate candy treat and vanilla beans in the entrée round. One chef make dollars from donuts in the dessert round.

star 8.11
9 votes