Cooking With 'Chopped' Judge Aaron Sanchez

The cookbook author and restaurateur shares recipes for chocolate bread pudding, a steak slider and a grilled peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
3:19 | 04/22/16

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kind of funny. Time to heat up your summer with dishes from Aaron Sanchez. He and Lara teamed up making new recipes with king's hawaiian jalapeno rolls. We are about to spice up your morning thanks to our sponsor king's hawaiian. Our guest, chef partner at Johnny Sanchez, Aaron Sanchez, you're going to show us some fun things to do. Yeah. We should -- I said you were sizzling. So you're going to show us some new things to do with a new king's hawaiian bread, one with jalapeno. You can see them in there. These king hawaiian rolls are studded with this beautiful jalapeno. One flavor that is addictive. They have an inherent sweetness so adding jalapeno gives you a beautiful contrast and I love it. So versatile. Good for bread puddings and anything that needs a roll. If I'm going to eat bread, I'm going to eat that kind of bread and I could down that whole square there. What will you make for us. A little bit of slider, okay. Now, obviously you know with ground beef and all the different kinds of things but I want to do it with skirt steak. A very popular cut. It's getting a lot of love, for me where the love comes in is the marinade infuse some flavor in there and start with a little chopped garlic. Okay. Okay, to this we'll add fresh jalapeno and I love this because it reinforces the flavor of the king's hawaiian jalapeno rolls. A little bit of fresh lime and have this doo-dad right here. I always wanted those. You could get the Aaron Sanchez one. Available in stores now. Yeah, absolutely. No, then we'll start with a little bit of olive oil, as well. This is a really important tip for everybody at home is that when you cook, grilling a steak or chicken or something like that, really put some oil on the product first because that all allows the seasoning aadhere. If you were just to put it on without any oil on it the salt or seasoning or rub would just bounce off. So that's it. Simplicity, beautiful, the jalapeno, olive and garlic. I have some here and marinated. I like to let it sit for an hour. You don't have to do it overnight. I don't have time for that. I didn't remember yesterday. Ooh. Nice sear, one thing you want to cook medium rare. I have some here I've gone ahead an done and remove this. How much time to get them medium rare. About five minutes on each side. I like it that way. This is the other tip I want everyone at home to pick up on. So now I have all that residual flavor from the grilling and that marinade, okay. I'm not going to let that go down, right. So what I'm going to do, take some of the hajalapeno rolls and toast them and pick up all that flavor in the sweetness in the roll and start to assemble the sliders. We have a dessert. This is a bread pudding so forget all the traditional challah. So bread pudding, a little bit of bread pudding and nice scoop of ice cream and you're a happy larn. Aaron, thank you for being here and thanks for making these. You can get all these recipes on our website, goodmorningamerica.com on yaho yahoo.com.

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