You might follow the perfect healthy diet all day long, but when late-night hunger strikes, a bad snacking decision is a quick way to throw your hard work out the window. These famous chefs reveal what they cook to satisfy their post-dinner hunger pangs, while still keeping calories in check.
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Jose Andres: Apples and Fennel Salad
Leave it to Jose Andres
of The Bazaar by Jose Andres in Beverly Hills to create a light midnight snack that's both elegant and healthy! His refreshing salad recipe won't leave you feeling overstuffed, but the combo of cheese, apples, and fennel is packed with flavor.
2 oz. Manchego cheese
1/2 bulb fennel
1 Granny Smith apple
2 ea Fennel fronds
Cut the Manchego into batons about 2 in. x 1/4 in. Slice the fennel thinly, preferably using a mandolin. Cut the apple in half. Cut one half into 1/4 in. dice. Thinly slice the second half, preferably using a mandolin. Combine olive oil and vinegar with a little salt to make a simple vinaigrette. Toss the cheese, fennel, apples, and walnuts with the vinaigrette. Garnish with fennel fronds and sprinkle with chives.