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Wilde Pad Thai
Chicken Chips

Wilde Pad Thai Chicken Chips
WILDE JALAPEÑO PROTEIN CHICKEN CHIPS

Easy Appetizer / 17 minutes

Preparation
10 mins

Cook
7 mins

Serves
3

1

In a medium sized bowl, use your hands to gently combine all of the slaw ingredients

2

In a separate bowl, combine the dressing ingredients and gently whisk them together

3

Pour dressing in the bowl with the slaw and gently stir to incorporate

4

In a separate bowl, whisk together the drizzle sauce ingredients and set aside

5

On a medium sized plate or shallow dish, layer Wilde Chips on the bottom then gently add the slaw on top

6

Drizzle with the peanut sauce on top of the slaw and garnish with the chopped spicy peanuts and sesame seeds. Serve immediately. Enjoy!

Logan Guleff

Masterchef Junior Winner


Who are you? Give us a brief background on you, hobbies /interests, family, where you grew up, what you had for breakfast, etc.

Logan Guleff, son, student, photographer, musician, video gamer, climber, world traveler, outdoorsman, and did I mention Chef.

I am from Memphis TN, home of BBQ Blues and Elvis. I was homeschooled preK-12 and graduated Highschool with honors. I won my first cooking contest at age 8, sold my spice blends for charity at age 9 won Masterchef Junior at age 11. I am the youngest Memphis in May BBQ Judge and even won a cooking contest at age 10 that took me to the White House to eat with the Obama’s. Yet I also had a NASA Mentor and won the Commanders cup at Space Camp. Lots of people think my success came from a tv show but really it comes from me always encouraged by my family to reach for the stars and live Wildely! I strive to always be my best and never settle for the the easy path- life is an adventure best lived on the edge of your seat and with caution thrown to the wind. Wildely searching for the next challenge.

Yep, that’s me Logan, HI!

If you had to choose 3 kitchen essentials, what would they be? (could be tools or ingredients)

Living without tongs would be nearly impossible for me. I almost always use them and they just make life so much easier. My second kitchen essential would be vinegar. There is no replacement for the clean acidic flavor that vinegar provides. Finally my third must have is an extremely flavorful drink like a soda or a Japanese tea. Sometimes you need to clean your palette and nothing works better than a Wildely flavored drink.

How did you get started with cooking?

I started cooking when I was 2 years old with coffee, just 2 scoops, a pour and shiny button to push. It was a little basic but I quickly moved up to making homemade pasta, baking bread and the classic pigs in a blanket . I wrote my first recipe when I was 8 and since then I have just been growing and learning.

What is it about cooking that you love? Why do you come back to it everyday?

I’d have to say that weaving flavors together is my favorite part. There is something magical about layering flavors and breaking boundaries with my flavor combinations. I dream of flavors and can taste food in my head so i kinda know if my ideas will work before I even start cooking.

What keeps you hungry? What drives you to keep trying to up your game?

My food is constantly evolving, and my next creation has to be my best. I never cook the same dish twice and I hate the trap of a signature dish. I want the people who eat my food to go on a new journey every time. So I am driven to grow and evolve more than other chefs who are stuck on their greatest hits.

What was your experience on Masterchef Junior like? How did it feel to win?

Masterchef Junior was an insane experience, and winning it was even crazier. The feeling is best described as opening up a pressure cooker. Through the whole competition you constantly ask yourself, is the dish missing something? What should I have done differently? To finally win and to have been the best is a feeling like no other.

What's your favorite cooking/food related memory or story?

This is a tough one because there are so many great stories from the 2 kitchen fires (I only got in trouble for 1) to the flash mob at the Calcutta airport or eating inside the White House, there are so many amazing moments that you just couldn’t imagine. Food can really take you places.

If you could choose one thing that you want to get better at, what is it?

I’d have to say I wish I was better at music. I always wish I could play better but I think I just need to practice a lot more.

Do you have a love/hate relationship with any aspect of cooking?

I absolutely have a love hate relationship with food. Cooking is a double edged sword. The best example is when things don’t go as you plan, sometimes you discover a new flavor or create something tastier than you expected, and other times it’s like a crime had been committed in your taste buds. The kitchen can humble you faster than any rock wall or river to kayak. But it is always an adventure and I love it ... mostly!


What is your biggest dream that you have yet to accomplish?

I have always wanted my own TV show and a restaurant or food truck. I’ve written some menus for them and planned out some concepts but I have never made it past that stage.

How did you first hear about Wilde Chips? What did you think about them?

I remember walking down the chip aisle and picking up a bag of the buffalo flavor chips and being like “Oh cool that sounds like a neat flavor” made of chicken - now shut the front door! I struggle with low blood sugar and eat a very low carb diet. I get tired of nuts and protein bars. Doing this concept of a protein chip was a home run for me! The flavor of the buffalo chicken chips is a perfect balance. It was quite the head trip with the way that they were chickeny and perfectly buffalo flavored. I became a Wilde champion! I really buy this product and have been known to snatch every bag off the shelf. Don’t judge it’s really a challenge for me to find a food I love that my body loves as well.

Why would you choose Wilde Chips over other salty snacks?

One of the things that I love about Wilde Chips is that they have a great amount of protein which makes them an amazing snack for people who have to worry about their glycemic index. They are crisp, thin, clean tasting and pretty trippy.

What was your inspiration for this recipe? Did you start with wanting to use Wilde Chips or did you start with the recipe and thought Wilde would go well with it?

First, I started with what I thought about great chicken pairings like Pad Thai and Chicken Parmesan and then I whipped out the test kitchen magic and created the recipes.

At Wilde, our mantra is ‘Be Bold. Live Wilde-ly”. What does live Wilde-ly mean to you?

Live Wilde-ly means be the trailblazer, it means forge your own path through life and to make the most of every day!

  • INGREDIENTS

Slaw

1 cup Napa cabbage sliced thin

1 small carrot grated

1/2 and apple sliced thin or grated

1 large sprig of fresh mint sliced thin

1 sprig fresh basil (Thai) sliced thin

1 sprig fresh parsley sliced thin

Dressing

1/2 teaspoon fresh lime juice

1/2 teaspoon rice wine vinegar

1/2 teaspoon toasted sesame seed oil

1/2 Tablespoon mayo

Garnish

1/4 cup Sichaun hot peanuts diced
 

1 Teaspoon sesame seeds

Drizzle Sauce

1 tablespoon peanut butter

1/2 teaspoon fish sauce

3 teaspoons Miran

1/2 teaspoon Sriracha

1/2 teaspoon rice wine vinegar

Base Layer

Jalapeño or Himalayan Pink Salt Wilde Chips

Wilde Pad Thai Chicken Chips
WILDE JALAPEÑO PROTEIN CHICKEN CHIPS

Easy Appetizers / 17 minutes

Preparation
10 mins

Cook
7 mins

Serves
3

1

In a medium sized bowl, use your hands to gently combine all of the slaw ingredients

2

In a separate bowl, combine the dressing ingredients and gently whisk them together

3

Pour dressing in the bowl with the slaw and gently stir to incorporate

4

In a separate bowl, whisk together the drizzle sauce ingredients and set aside

5

On a medium sized plate or shallow dish, layer Wilde Chips on the bottom then gently add the slaw on top

6

Drizzle with the peanut sauce on top of the slaw and garnish with the chopped spicy peanuts and sesame seeds. Serve immediately. Enjoy!

  • INGREDIENTS

Slaw

1 cup Napa cabbage sliced thin

1 small carrot grated

1/2 and apple sliced thin or grated

1 large sprig of fresh mint sliced thin

1 sprig fresh basil (Thai) sliced thin

1 sprig fresh parsley sliced thin

Dressing

1/2 teaspoon fresh lime juice

1/2 teaspoon rice wine vinegar

1/2 teaspoon toasted sesame seed oil

1/2 Tablespoon mayo

Garnish

1/4 cup Sichaun hot peanuts diced
 

1 Teaspoon sesame seeds

Drizzle Sauce

1 tablespoon peanut butter

1/2 teaspoon fish sauce

3 teaspoons Miran

1/2 teaspoon Sriracha

1/2 teaspoon rice wine vinegar

Base Layer

Jalapeño or Himalayan Pink Salt

Wilde Chips

Logan Guleff

Masterchef Junior Winner


Who are you? Give us a brief background on you, hobbies /interests, family, where you grew up, what you had for breakfast, etc.

Logan Guleff, son, student, photographer, musician, video gamer, climber, world traveler, outdoorsman, and did I mention Chef.

I am from Memphis TN, home of BBQ Blues and Elvis. I was homeschooled preK-12 and graduated Highschool with honors. I won my first cooking contest at age 8, sold my spice blends for charity at age 9 won Masterchef Junior at age 11. I am the youngest Memphis in May BBQ Judge and even won a cooking contest at age 10 that took me to the White House to eat with the Obama’s. Yet I also had a NASA Mentor and won the Commanders cup at Space Camp. Lots of people think my success came from a tv show but really it comes from me always encouraged by my family to reach for the stars and live Wildely! I strive to always be my best and never settle for the the easy path- life is an adventure best lived on the edge of your seat and with caution thrown to the wind. Wildely searching for the next challenge.

Yep, that’s me Logan, HI!

If you had to choose 3 kitchen essentials, what would they be? (could be tools or ingredients)

Living without tongs would be nearly impossible for me. I almost always use them and they just make life so much easier. My second kitchen essential would be vinegar. There is no replacement for the clean acidic flavor that vinegar provides. Finally my third must have is an extremely flavorful drink like a soda or a Japanese tea. Sometimes you need to clean your palette and nothing works better than a Wildely flavored drink.

How did you get started with cooking?

I started cooking when I was 2 years old with coffee, just 2 scoops, a pour and shiny button to push. It was a little basic but I quickly moved up to making homemade pasta, baking bread and the classic pigs in a blanket . I wrote my first recipe when I was 8 and since then I have just been growing and learning.

What is it about cooking that you love? Why do you come back to it everyday?

I’d have to say that weaving flavors together is my favorite part. There is something magical about layering flavors and breaking boundaries with my flavor combinations. I dream of flavors and can taste food in my head so i kinda know if my ideas will work before I even start cooking.

What keeps you hungry? What drives you to keep trying to up your game?

My food is constantly evolving, and my next creation has to be my best. I never cook the same dish twice and I hate the trap of a signature dish. I want the people who eat my food to go on a new journey every time. So I am driven to grow and evolve more than other chefs who are stuck on their greatest hits.

What was your experience on Masterchef Junior like? How did it feel to win?

Masterchef Junior was an insane experience, and winning it was even crazier. The feeling is best described as opening up a pressure cooker. Through the whole competition you constantly ask yourself, is the dish missing something? What should I have done differently? To finally win and to have been the best is a feeling like no other.

What's your favorite cooking/food related memory or story?

This is a tough one because there are so many great stories from the 2 kitchen fires (I only got in trouble for 1) to the flash mob at the Calcutta airport or eating inside the White House, there are so many amazing moments that you just couldn’t imagine. Food can really take you places.

If you could choose one thing that you want to get better at, what is it?

I’d have to say I wish I was better at music. I always wish I could play better but I think I just need to practice a lot more.

Do you have a love/hate relationship with any aspect of cooking?

I absolutely have a love hate relationship with food. Cooking is a double edged sword. The best example is when things don’t go as you plan, sometimes you discover a new flavor or create something tastier than you expected, and other times it’s like a crime had been committed in your taste buds. The kitchen can humble you faster than any rock wall or river to kayak. But it is always an adventure and I love it ... mostly!


What is your biggest dream that you have yet to accomplish?

I have always wanted my own TV show and a restaurant or food truck. I’ve written some menus for them and planned out some concepts but I have never made it past that stage.

How did you first hear about Wilde Chips? What did you think about them?

I remember walking down the chip aisle and picking up a bag of the buffalo flavor chips and being like “Oh cool that sounds like a neat flavor” made of chicken - now shut the front door! I struggle with low blood sugar and eat a very low carb diet. I get tired of nuts and protein bars. Doing this concept of a protein chip was a home run for me! The flavor of the buffalo chicken chips is a perfect balance. It was quite the head trip with the way that they were chickeny and perfectly buffalo flavored. I became a Wilde champion! I really buy this product and have been known to snatch every bag off the shelf. Don’t judge it’s really a challenge for me to find a food I love that my body loves as well.

Why would you choose Wilde Chips over other salty snacks?

One of the things that I love about Wilde Chips is that they have a great amount of protein which makes them an amazing snack for people who have to worry about their glycemic index. They are crisp, thin, clean tasting and pretty trippy.

What was your inspiration for this recipe? Did you start with wanting to use Wilde Chips or did you start with the recipe and thought Wilde would go well with it?

First, I started with what I thought about great chicken pairings like Pad Thai and Chicken Parmesan and then I whipped out the test kitchen magic and created the recipes.

At Wilde, our mantra is ‘Be Bold. Live Wilde-ly”. What does live Wilde-ly mean to you?

Live Wilde-ly means be the trailblazer, it means forge your own path through life and to make the most of every day!

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