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How To : Cook simple chicken meatballs with rice

Low on time but got a bunch of hungry mouths to feed? Don't fret; simply take a gander at this video to learn how to whip up a simple chicken meatball and rice dish. The chicken, which gets tossed with a cinnamon stick, cardamom, and fried onions, becomes exquisitely savory a ...more

How To : Cook a quick and simple London broil

In this tutorial, we learn how to cook a quick and easy London Broil. First, marinade your meat with Italian dressing for several hours or as long as you prefer. After it has been marinating in the bag in the fridge, take it out and place it on your pan with foil underneath. N ...more

How To : Cook meat lasagna

How to make a meat lasagna; get expert tips and instruction for making traditional Italian food recipes in this free cooking video series. Part 1 of 15 - How to Cook meat lasagna. Cook meat lasagna - Part 2 of 15. Click through to watch this video on expertvillage.com Cook mea ...more

How To : Cook simple shrimp and cilantro shu mai

If the only shu mai you've ever eaten has been either at dim sun at a Chinese restaurant or out of a box, then you're doing it all wrong. Make shu mai - without breaking a sweat - by checking out this simple recipe by Mark Bittman. Mark Bittman makes simple, steamed, Chinese- ...more

How To : Cook a simple and delicious turkey

For great turkey recipes, turn to chef Jason Hill, who shows you how to cook a turkey easily and without fuss, using a simple turkey brine. Also in this roast turkey video are turkey tips for your next big holiday meal and turkey cooking times. The ingredients are a whole turk ...more

How To : Cook a simple and quick toor daal fry

Toor daal is the name of traditional Nepali, Indian, and Pakistani yellow Pigeon peas. These delicious peas are usually used in curry recipes, but in this video they take center stage in a quick and easy toor daal fry. Combined with veggies like red onion, tomato, and dried r ...more

How To : Cook a Simple Sinigang Na Bangus (Milkfish Stew)

Sinigang or Pinoy stew is one of the most famous and favorite meals among the Filipinos. It's also one of the most easiest to cook. Also, there are many ways to cook it, only the ingredients varies. The following tutorial is the most simplest form of cooking sinigang. This is ...more

How To : Cook kangaroo meat as steaks on a grill

Johnny O the Barbecue Hobo demonstrates how to cook kangaroo on the grill--Delicious! Kangaroo meat needs to be prepared in a similar fashion to filet mignon. Learn how to grill up an unusual but great tasting steak.

How To : Cook a simple, foolproof omlette step by step

Got almost no time to make a fancy breakfast in the morning? Then consider omelettes to be your new BFF. They're super easy to make and if you don't like the basic version (just eggs plus a pinch of salt and pepper) you can always toss in chopped up veggies like onions, carrot ...more

How To : Cook Ramen Noodles & Meat

Fix the 2 packs of Ramen noodles as instructed on the package. You can buy 12 individual packs as they are a few cents cheaper. Some people like to coordinate my noodle flavors with the type of meat they're using. For chicken flavoring, use turkey or chicken. For beef flavorin ...more

How To : Cook salmon with simple seasoning

Salmon is full of protein and omega 3 fatty acid which helps you’re brain function and is a healthy fat. Add this delicious and healthy fish to your dinner with simple seasoning and cooking method that will really show off the flavor. Follow these simple steps to make an easy ...more

How To : Cook an Italian ragu meat sauce

Watch this how to video and learn how to cook up a classic Italian meat sauce. This ragu sauce recipe is very versatile and can be used as the base for many other sauces. Use this ragu sauce for cottage pie, spaghetti, or anything else you have in mind.

How To : Easily cook a turkey using a simple turkey brine

In this tutorial, we learn how to easily cook a turkey using a simple turkey brine. First, grab a large plastic bucket that is clean, and add in water until it's halfway full. Add in pepper, bay leaves, dried thyme, peppercorns, and parsley to this brine. Use a large spoon to ...more

How To : Cook stuffed marrow (zucchini) with ground meat

A marrow is also called a zucchini or a squash. Watch this how to video as our host shows you how to cook up some homegrown marrow. Stuff the zucchini with minced meat for a meal that everyone will enjoy. Ingredients for stuffed marrow: Garlic Minced meat Rosemary Thyme Bay l ...more

How To : Cook creamy crab cakes with real crab meat

We're tired of imitation foods. From the "substitute cheese" in our elementary school pizza to imitation crab, we're wondering where all the real food went and just what all those preservatives and genetically modified ingredients are doing to our bodies. Eat food that actual ...more

How To : Prepare hollandaise sauce

Making hollandaise sauce isn't as difficult as you may think. Check out this simple recipe for creamy hollandaise sauce. Hollandaise sauce has withstood the test of time. Historians traced its first appearance to a cookbook that's nearly 400 years old. Despite import and expor ...more

How To : Make sweet and sour meatballs

This simple chef offers viewers a sweet love song as well as a recipe for sweet and sour meatballs. The meatballs consist of ground pork, crackers, an egg, and an Asian spice. The sauce is made up of an already prepared sweet and sour sauce that can be found at the Asian secti ...more

How To : Make a Pineapple Lemon Fizz vodka cocktail

Serve this at your next BBQ while your guests are waiting for the meat to finish cooking! This drink calls for: 1 egg white, 1 ounce pineapple vodka, 1 ounce Limoncello, 1 ounce simple syrup, 1/2 ounce fresh lemon juice, soda water and ice cubes. Garnish with a lemon wedge! Ma ...more

How To : Cook the Korean dish kimbab

For this Korean dish, you will need cooked rice, sea plant, yellow radish pickle, avocado, artificial crab meat, tuna, soy sauce, garlic, sesame oil and seeds, and green onion. All of these ingredients will come together to make the delicious Korean recipe known as Kimbab. Man ...more

How To : Prepare pork loin chops with a gravy sauce

Pork chops are one of the staples of Western meat cooking (excepting the Jewish and Islamic traditions where pork is forbidden, of course). There are many, many different recipes to prepare them, and this video demonstrates how to make a relatively simple preparation with an o ...more

How To : Eat Boiled Crawfish

There may be no other crustacean with as many names as the crawfish: crayfish, crawdad, crawdaddy, mudbug, Florida lobster, spiny lobster, rock lobster, and freshwater lobster (to name a few). But no matter what you call it, there's no denying that it's a popular delicacy in t ...more

How To : Make roast beef easily with Mahalo

There's no better way to warm up after a nippy fall day outdoors than by taking a bite into a delicious slice of tender and moist roast beef. Served with a side of green beans and mashed potatoes it truly is an incomparable comfort food and one we will never get tired of. To ...more

How To : Roast meat and vegetables

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to roast meat and vegetables. This video reveals 2 very simple recipes that only involve meat and vegetables. The first recipe requires flank steak, garlicky herb crumbs mixed with pecorino cheese and pints of grapes or cherry tomato. ...more

How To : Cook an easy cheese omelet

A simple recipe for this anytime food. Ingredients -4 eggs -2 tablespoon Oil -Salt and black pepper -3 slices of cheese Or grated cheese, any kind of your choice such as cheddar or mozzarella cheese -Crack an d mix the eggs adding salt and pepper to taste -Add to the ho ...more

How To : Make homemade meatballs

Homemade meatballs are a delicious dish that can be served as a side, or act as a main course. This video tutorial demonstrates how to make basic meatballs and even offers tips on how to turn this recipe into a Meatball Bake casserole. For fluffier meatballs, mix in breadcrumb ...more

How To : Trim and prepare a beef tenderloin for cooking

A beef tenderloin can come out dry and tough if not properly prepared. This how to video shows you how to prepare a whole beef tenderloin for smoking in the Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker. Watch and learn how simple it is to do. Start by removing the surface membranes, the fat a ...more

How To : Make a kid friendly flank steak

This video from Cooking for Dads is a very simple demonstration on making a grilled flank steak. Flank steak is a very lean cut of meat with lots of flavor. The marinade is made with soy sauce, oil, molasses, Dijon mustard or mustard powder, ground ginger, sugar and chopped g ...more

How To : Simply roast a chicken

Chris Dickerson demonstrates a simple way to make a delicious roast chicken. He believes that the single most important thing in cooking chicken, or any meat, is to start by searing it. For this he recommends using a pan with a heavy bottom and an ovenproof handle, which can ...more

How To : Make Pakistani chicken karahi

Want to make your own Pakistani chicken karahi? All you need is: 2 Tomatoes Coriander for garnishing 1 Green chili Ginger, Julienne style and 3 separate pieces 1 heaped tsp ginger garlic paste 1 tsp red chili powder 1 tsp black pepper Salt Half tsp Zeera Few pieces o ...more

How To : Make traditional sauer kraut

From VidVend we learn, in this video, how to make a traditional old style German sauerkraut. The first step, and this is the most fundamental thing with sauerkraut we are told, is to salt your cabbage. Then, with your salt and cabbage mixed into a large bowl, you must compress ...more

How To : Cook different cuts of steak

Do you know how to cook beef short ribs? How about a point off natural brisket? In this video, Andrew Zimmerman, offers simple and easy recommendations on his favorite methods of preparing and cooking various cuts of steak. Zimmerman lets you know what kinds of steak work best ...more

How To : Make Filipino beef mechado

Learn how to make delicious Filipino mechado with this simple, step-by-step cooking tutorial. With just a handful of ingredients like beef chuck, potatoes, pepper, tomato sauce, lemon soy sauce, onions, garlic, bay leaves and salt you can create a dinner that your friends will ...more

How To : 5 Surprising Uses for Your Coffee Grinder

During my time living in dorm rooms and small apartments, I would find myself in need of many different appliances—a food processor for making hummus, a blender for vegetable smoothies, or even a mortar and pestle for muddling mojito-bound mint leaves. Luckily, there was one t ...more

How To : De-Gunk Your Dirty Grill Grates with Aluminum Foil

As you get barbecuing this summer, you're likely to encounter a few grills that aren't exactly the cleanest. At parks or campgrounds and even on your friends' grills (or, um, your own), no one wants to place food on gunked-up grill grates. The leftover mess from previous barb ...more

News : Top 5 Must Try Traditional Food of UAE

United Arab Emirates is the cosmopolitan country that offers various attractions for tourists across the world. This country has buildup its image as one the fastest growing country of this region. Besides visiting worth seeing places, travelers can also enjoy tasty traditiona ...more

How To : How & Why You Should Make Your Own Bacon

There's something magical about homemade foods, especially when they're items that most people don't make. Even the simplest bread tastes divine when you've mixed it yourself, kneaded it yourself, and gotten the dough stuck underneath your nails. So if a simple food tastes am ...more

How To : Cook Fish Without Actually 'Cooking' It

Preparing and serving seafood can be a daunting task. Fish is so delicate that one extra minute of heat can turn a juicy, flaky filet into a dried-out disaster. But that same fragility also allows us to use unconventional methods to chemically transform the fish into its cooke ...more

How To : How We Feasted Like Kings on… Instant Ramen?

I held the orange packet in my hands and presented it to my friend, Seth, as though it were a plastic-wrapped jewel—rather than three ounces of dehydrated noodles. "From this," I said, "We shall create a feast fit for kings." He looked softly into my eyes. The sadness was un ...more

How To : Cook Without Measuring Tools

What would you say if I told you it was entirely possible—even desirable—to cook anything from a simple dinner to a great loaf of bread without using measuring cups, spoons, or a scale? "Lies," I can hear you say, "Cheap internet lies!" But it's true. Experienced cooks are a ...more

How To : 5 Reasons You Need a Pizza Stone in Your Kitchen

It goes without saying that a pizza stone is one of the keys to making a perfect pizza. The science behind pizza stones is relatively simple: the stone conducts and holds heat, which keeps the oven temperature steady even when a cold ingredient (such as an uncooked pizza) is i ...more

How To : Cut Tomatoes the Right Way

Tomatoes are the perfect barometer for kitchen knives and knife skills. If you've ever watched an infomercial for a set of knives, you've surely seen the enthusiastic host waxing about how well the knives cut tomatoes. And if you've ever had your knives sharpened, you've most ...more

How To : Make Betty's basic sweet & sour sauce easily

Sweet and sour sauce makes everything taste better. You can add this tangy dip to fish, chicken, meat and even tofu for an Asian flair. In this tutorial, Betty will show you how to use simple household spices to whip up your own easy batch. Enjoy! You Will Need: *1/3 cup rice ...more

How To : Make Indian shami kabab

Do you like Indian food? Come on along and learn how to make an authentic Indian Shammi Kabob. Simple and delicious! How to make an Indian Shammi Kabob: Add a little oil to your pan, for cooking the meat. Add your spice and chopped onion, and salt. Add ginger paste, and green ...more

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