How to make over your fridge and create new recipes with what you have

Celebrity chef Robert Irvine helps a "GMA" viewer make over his fridge and create new and unique dishes with what's already inside!
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This is where we take what's already in your refrigerate er and turn it into a delicious I love this idea, we don't want you to head to the store. We had so many viewers submitting photos of their refrigerators to ask for help. Ryan do you said he and his fiance were sick of their three-meal rotation and needed help so we called in chef Robert Irvine who here to help Ryan. So Ryan, you guys were in a real rut I understand? Yeah. We usually split the cooking duties between my fiance and myself. Between work and going to the gym afterwards we come back spent and got stuck with two or three recipes and looking for two or three more. I have five so I'm listening closely. When you see a fridge like Ryan's, what's the secret? When we go and fix the restaurant, all these ingredients are magic. You just don't know what the magic is until it happens. That's correct. This is exactly why we've rep indicated your refrigerator on the set. You came up with not one, two, but three recipes. We didn't buy a single thing. These are really creative. What are you whipping up first? We have a salmon dish which is simple. We take a tear yaty sauce. Ter acty sauce is sweet and savory. Orange juice gives us that sweetness. When you caramelize it, that shug comes out. Would you normally cook with Orange juice or you just did it because Ryan had it? He had it. What's great about Orange juice, lemon juice, grapefruit juice, it starts the process of breaking down. It also helps metabolism. Ryan, I'm not here to work, you are. Perfect. Put all this, carrots, celery, onions, broccoli, jalapenos, pickle, lemon juice in there. We're making a slaw. Basically I quick marinate it, put it in the pan. Do not shake the pan. The sugar won't come out. If you take it out of the marinade, dry it first. A little salt and pepper in there. Come on, dude. We got to move fast. Let's go. I mean, hello. It's live TV. So, we've got our sauce, on goes the salmon. On goes the slaw. Merry Christmas, number one. There you go. Number two, you made a Turkey pepperoni pizza slider. What did you use from Ryan's refrigerator? Literally, tomato sauce, cheese, Turkey pepperoni and butter, a bun, toast the bun, tomato sauce on the base of the bun followed by some cheese. Any kind of cheese. Any kind of cheese but he had goat cheese. Pepperoni, cheddar on the top, cover the pan, 15 minutes in the oven. Done. All right, that's two. One final recipe. You really had to get creative on this. Hurry, hurry. You saw the sausage. We took the skin off the sausage. It's dead. Put it in, fried it. We've got pickles, some onions. This looks really good. Mustard. Get in there. Come on, you got to really move fast. Literally it's Turkey sausage, it's eggs, a fried egg on top. You guys used relish but you could use a pickle if you have pickles in your fridge, and, yes, everybody follow Robert, not Ryan. Here's the coo thing. We have on the bottom, he had red pepper hummus on the base instead mayonnaise, Turkey on the top. Creative. Guys, we're going to put these recipes on our website. Robert, we thank you. Ryan, we wish you luck.

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