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How To : Cook rice in a steam cooker

Bryce of Mind Power shows viewers how to make fluffy hot rice in a rice cooker. A rice steamer is better than just boiling your rice in a pot because you don't have to worry about draining out the water and having mushy rice. You get delicious fluffy rice cooked in no time and ...more

How To : Prepare a vegan brown rice medley

This video demonstrates how to prepare a Brown Rice Medley. For this recipe, you will need the following ingredients: green lentils, brown rice, wild rice, and yellow and green split peas. You can find these ingredients in the bulk section, at the grocery store. You will want ...more

How To : Cook crab legs with James Hayduk

Every sailor will tell you, there's nothing tastier than fresh crab legs. They're easy to make and only take a few minutes. All you need to do is boil the legs and add a little flavor and the rest takes care of itself. So, get a bib because it's about to get messy and check ou ...more

How To : Make a creamy butternut squash purée side dish

A purée is a great side dish for any dinnertime meal, because it's a healthy and creamy substance from fruit or vegetables. In this video recipe, you'll learn a vegetable variety, full of butternut squash. See how to easily turn a whole butternut squash into a homey, flavorfu ...more

How To : Make Filipino buttered puto (dessert)

Puto is pronounced "poo too" in most Filipino dialects. There are many ways to make it as there are many variations. From family to family, they taste similar even if the recipes vary. In a saucepan or microwave, melt the butter. In a big bowl, combine the 3 cups Bisquick, 1 ...more

How To : Make Brussels sprouts taste good

Brussels sprouts are loaded with antioxidants and vitamins, making them a healthy addition to any meal. You can cook this recipe with just the sprouts, some olive oil and a vegetable steamer. These sprouts make a side dish that pairs well with beef, sharp cheeses and heavily s ...more

How to Make Indian food : Mooli (raddish)

This video describes how easy to make a pure vegetarian Indian food called Mooli. For this, take 2 bunches of red radish cleaned and washed. The other ingredients are 2 garlic pieces, about 5 green chillies, 2 big tomatoes, 1/4 teaspoon of turmeric powder, and 1 teaspoon of sa ...more

How To : Prepare steamed vegetables

Prepare a healthy snack or side dish at home by steaming vegetables. Using gentle heat keeps veggies crisp and nutritious. Prepare delicious steamed vegetables with help from this how-to video. What you will need: • A kitchen knife • Vegetables • A stainless steel or non-s ...more

How To : Make sweet potato waffles with Alton Brown

Alton Brown prepares a special recipe for sweet potato waffles. Sweet potato waffles are a much more nutritious alternative to regular waffles. This cooking how-to video is part of Good Eats show hosted by Alton Brown. Pop culture, comedy, and plain good eating: Host Alton Bro ...more

How To : Kill and cook a lobster

In this video, we learn how to kill and cook lobster. It's much more humane to kill a lobster before cooking it, so it has a quick death instead of boiling to death. First, you want to freeze the lobster for 20 minutes, which will numb it down and slow down its movements. Plac ...more

How To : Make Filipino-style leche flan

For the Caramel Ingredients: 1 cup of sugar (white) half cup of water 1 tsp of vinegar (to avoid sugar to crystallize) Procedure: Mix water, sugar and vinegar in a saucepan over low heat. Until caramelized (light amber in color). Pour the caramelized sauce into a molder th ...more

How To : Turn leftover bread into bread pudding

To make this recipe you will need leftover bread, milk (evaporated is best, but regular will do), sugar, baking powder and egg. In a bowl, mix together the eggs and the milk. Add sugar, and mix again. Add baking powder, mix again. Now you will put in the bread and mash it all ...more

How To : Make Indian rava idli cakes with Cream of wheat

Rava idlis are a super fast alternative to the traditional rice/daal idlis. Since there is no soaking, grinding or fermenting involved, you can enjoy these idlis at any time without the pre-planning. Watch this how to video and try this simple and delicious Indian rave idli re ...more

How To : Make Eggs That Slide Right Out of Their Shells

There are a million (okay, slight exaggeration) ways to peel an egg, and countless numbers of tips, tricks, and hacks that are supposed to make that deviled egg appetizer you agreed to make for the party an absolute snap. More often than not, though, experiences vary... and po ...more

News : 10 Bizarre Egg Gadgets That Are Total Fails

Why, for the love of God, do people keep inventing ridiculous devices that make the simplest things more complicated in the name of convenience? This may be a rhetorical question that will forever go unanswered—because these crazy gadgets just keep rolling out, one after the o ...more

How To : Microwave Your Artichoke to Slash Cooking Time

A perfectly-roasted artichoke is a thing of beauty, but not everyone has the time (or patience) to deal with the extra fuss. So if you want an artichoke and you want it now, look no further than your ever-convenient microwave, which lets you steam one in only 10 minutes—no ste ...more

How To : Cook Grains Perfectly, Every Time

When it comes to cooking grains, there is an unspoken rule to never stray from the exact measurements. Consulting charts for the proper ratio of liquid to grain is considered the difference between crunchy, undercooked pebbles and a mushy mess... that is, until now. Don't Mis ...more

How To : Cook Rice in Casseroles for Less Cleanup Afterward

Often, the most frustrating part of crafting the perfect dinner is feeling like you have to clean every single pot and pan in your kitchen after cooking just one meal. With so many components, it can feel like each step of a single dish requires its very own pot. Yet there ar ...more

Get Creative : Make Dumplings with Cheeseburgers & Kielbasa

Dumplings have been around for centuries in various forms; spätzle, as well as chicken and dumplings, are dough-y dumplings with no filling, whereas Russian pierogis and Chinese jiaozi are dumplings that contain meat, vegetables, or both. Asian dumplings, also called pot stic ...more

Velveting Meat : The Best-Kept Chinese Restaurant Secret

One of my favorite things about American Chinese food is how easy it is to eat: the pieces are bite-sized, the flavors are addictive, and the meat is always tender and easy to chew. But if you've ever tried to replicate any of your favorite takeout in the kitchen, you've likel ...more

How To : The Easiest Way to Smoke Food Without a Smoker

There's something primal about the smell of smoking food. Somewhere deep in the recesses of our souls, we remember a time when humans only ate by the fire. Or perhaps that's just something I tell myself. Either way, it's hard to smell smoke and food and not feel like you shoul ...more

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