In Good Eats: Reloaded, Alton Brown reimagines his classic dishes and gives them a fun and delicious new spin. From a reverse-sear ribeye steak to rich, chocolatey brownies, here are Alton’s new recipes you just have to try.
Reverse-Sear Ribeye Steak: Reloaded
By following Alton’s precise instructions, you’ll have the perfect pan-seared steak on your plate in no time. And don’t forget to let it rest before slicing to keep in all of the succulent juices.
All-Corn Cornbread: Reloaded
Alton makes his cornbread with a mix of yellow cornmeal and white hominy grits, and bakes it in a cast-iron skillet for maximum flavour. Serve it slathered with butter as an appetizer, or with a piping hot bowl of chili.
The classic roast chicken gets a modern twist by infusing butter with za’atar and Aleppo pepper, and then brushing it all over the bird.
Cacio e Pepe: Reloaded
Dinner doesn’t get easier than this classic Roman pasta made with Pecorino-Romano cheese and freshly grated black pepper. Alton adds a dash of Parmesan to the classic dish for extra umami flavour.
Lemon Meringue Pie: Reloaded
Handmade pastry, tart lemon filling and fluffy meringue come together in this delectable pie, perfect for dessert whenever you’re craving a dash of bright sunshine.
Fish Sticks aka Cod Fingers: Reloaded
Both kids and the kid at heart will love Alton’s elevated fish sticks, made with seasoned, panko-crusted cod fingers. Pair with your favourite fries and don’t forget the tartar sauce. For more kid-friendly cooking, check out these 10-minute meal ideas your kids will devour.
Buttermilk Biscuits: Reloaded
Whether you serve them with fried chicken or layer them with bacon, egg and cheese for a delicious breakfast sandwich, these buttermilk biscuits, inspired by Alton’s grandmother, are simply irresistible.
A combination of beef chuck and sirloin come together to make a meatloaf so mouthwatering, you’ll be eager for seconds. Alton also adds a spicy, tomato-based glaze infused with brown sugar, cocoa powder, adobo sauce and chipotle for a spicy kick.
Fried Chicken: Reloaded
The special ingredient in the spice mix for Alton’s fried chicken is ground sumac, adding a tangy, lemony flavour to the meat. To amplify the taste even more, he spikes his buttermilk mixture with bourbon. Go beyond fried chicken with these iconic southern comfort food recipes.
Baking rich, fudgy brownies are a breeze with this recipe from Alton Brown. They’re the perfect treat to bring along to a potluck, but you’ll probably want to keep a few for yourself.
Tired of the same old cheeseburger recipes? Alton shakes things up by deep-frying the beef patties for just a minute, and serving them on a brioche bun with all the fixings.
Baked Potato Fries: Reloaded
If you like your fries crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside, Alton’s got the secret. Bake your potatoes the day before and refrigerate overnight, then slice them up and fry them when you’re ready to eat.
Seoul Special: Reloaded
Get creative with ground beef and try this hearty dish filled with bold Korean flavours like gochujang and kimchi. Serve it with leftover fried rice for a satisfying weeknight dinner.
Gluten-Free Sugar Cookies: Reloaded
Everyone can get in on the sugar cookie fun with Alton’s gluten-free recipe. With a variety of cookie cutters and colourful royal icing, you can make these treats for absolutely any occasion.