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Andrew Zimmern's fried chicken summer rolls

Andrew Zimmern Cooks Fried Chicken Summer Rolls

Fried Chicken Summer Rolls with Peanut Dipping Sauce By Andrew Zimmern Served room temperature or chilled and packed with lots of fresh herbs and crisp vegetables, summer rolls are perfect warm weather food. They’re commonly filled with shrimp and roast pork, which I love, but more often than not, I’m craving these fried chicken summer…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Spring Paella

Andrew Zimmern’s Best Recipes for Shrimp

11 Ways to Cook Everyone’s Favorite Crustacean Shrimp are easy to prepare, cook quickly and pair well with many different flavors. From Vietnamese spring rolls and Japanese tempura, to spicy barbecue shrimp and spring paella, the possibilities are endless. Grilled, fried, sautéed, baked and poached, here are my favorite ways to cook the beloved seafood.   Shrimp…  Read More

Summer Rolls

Senegalese Summer Rolls with Peanut Ginger Sauce

Senegalese Summer Rolls By Pierre Thiam This recipe is obviously inspired by the classic Vietnamese summer roll. Senegal saw a wave of Vietnamese immigrants around the time of the First Indochina War while Vietnam and Senegal were both still under French colonial rule. Nems, our take on fried Vietnamese spring rolls, are a beloved staple…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Snackadium

Super Bowl Snackadium

An Andrew Zimmern-Style Snackadium This year we decided to ride the Super Bowl snackadium trend wave, and make the ultimate food-filled novelty snack station. And, of course, we had to attempt one that looked like the new U.S. Bank Vikings stadium. The focal point of this snackadium is my Canteen Dog—a Piedmontese beef dog topped…  Read More

Vietnamese Spicy Tuna Salad

A Vibrant Raw-Fish Salad I first tasted this dish on the island of Cat Hai, off the Vietnamese coast. My crew and I fell into a small restaurant that was really the front porch of a family home. They walked us out back to their “kitchen,” pointed at a few raw ingredients and looked at me.…  Read More