Top Chef-Recommended Dishes For Your Next Party

Chefs are known to create lip-smacking signature dishes that stand out from the rest. Whether they’re season 10 winner Stephanie Izard’s vibrant Seared Tuna Tiradito or Michelin-starred Chef Masaharu Morimoto’s Japanese fusion creations.

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Lamb Shank Steak

One of the most elegant dishes you can prepare, this is sure to impress your guests. The marrow from the lamb shank adds rich flavor to this dish, which is slow cooked for tenderness and a luxurious depth of flavour. The shank cut from the leg is very tough and requires long cooking times to make it succulent and fall off the bone. It pairs well with bold spices and herbs, like rosemary and mint.

Combine your choice of marinade with the lamb steaks and let them absorb the flavors for a minimum of 15 minutes up to 24 hours. Heat a 12” skillet on medium-high heat and sear each side of the steaks for 3 to 4 minutes until browned. Serve the lamb steak topped with tomato, arugula and olive relish on the side.

Taiwanese Beef Soup

Taiwanese beef noodle soup, known as qiing dun niu rou mian in the country, is one of my favourite comfort foods. It is a staple dish served at night markets, restaurants and home cooks throughout the country, especially during cold months when it’s a great way to stay warm. The savory broth is slowly simmered with tender stew beef and tendon and delicately enhanced with the flowery twang of Sichuan peppercorn and star anise. This version is also seasoned with a blend of brown sugar, Shaoxing wine and dried orange peel to add a sweet caramelized flavour.

Bring a large pot of water to boil over high heat. Add noodles and bok choy and cook according to package instructions. Divide the noodles and bok choy between bowls. Pour hot broth evenly over the noodles and garnish with scallions, pickled mustard greens and chile crisp. Enjoy! It’s best eaten with chopsticks and a spoon. The broth will keep in the fridge for up to a week and the noodles can be stored in an airtight container at room temperature.

Chinese Food Station

Chinese food is a staple in many western households. It’s the perfect go-to when you need something quick and cheap, or when your family can’t agree on what to eat. The Chinese menu is vast and varied, so there’s bound to be something for everyone!

Located in Chinatown’s stylish Hong Kong cafe, the menu covers all the bases from noodle dishes to steamed rice plates. From the port city of Xiamen comes a fried rice vermicelli rife with ham, while Hong Kong Station’s sesame tofu (often cloyingly sweet and thick in other restaurants) is deliciously light and crispy.

Look for the house specials menu for unique dishes that showcase the chef’s creativity and expertise. From herb-sprinkled fries to sweet and sour fish filet, or oysters dribbled with chile oil, these dishes are sure to satisfy any craving! They also make great take-out. The menu features a cosmopolitan mix of Sichuan, Hunan and Chinese American dishes, so you can find something for everyone at the table.

Western Food Station

Adding Western food stations to your menu can give guests a choice of pasta, burgers, and pizza. Some caterers also have live stations where chefs prepare dishes like pasta and risotto in front of your guests. These are great options for those who want to offer a variety of dishes but don’t have the space for a full buffet.

Compared to Asian cuisine, Western food has more meat in it. It’s important to note that meat is not the main dish in Asian food. It’s used as a topping or an ingredient in the meal.

Chef Tim Love, who appeared on Iron Chef America and Top Chef Masters, is teaming up with Pilot Flying J to make gas station food more delicious and nutritious. His grab-and-go dishes will be available at all 750 Pilot Flying J locations nationwide.