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How To : Make a seared ahi tuna appetizer

Seared ahi tuna recipes are one of California's most popular appetizer recipes. Impress your guests with this easy dish for two. Note of caution — only use dry rocks when preparing this dish or they could explode. The ingredients are ahi tuna, rock salt, and Asian marinage or ...more

How To : Sear Ahi tuna

Watch this instructional cooking video to prepare an appetizer of seared Ahi tuna on hot hot river rocks. Prepare your hot river rock by heating them on the grill for about one hour. The hot rocks will keep their heat for up to 20 minutes allowing you to sear the raw tuna bite ...more

How To : Make a crispy cast iron seared salmon filet

Pan frying salmon can get a bit messy if you're doing it indoors. The grease and oil splatters everywhere and your house smells like lard for a few days - not attractive, unless you're Paula Deen. So take your frying outside to make things a little cleaner, and then check out ...more

How To : Make pan seared tilapia filet

In this tutorial, we learn how to make pan seared tilapia filet. First, place salt and pepper onto your fish after you have brined it. Now, coat the fish with a small amount of regular flour, then pat it dry. Next, place the fish into a sautŽ pan over medium heat with a small ...more

How To : Make a perfectly pan seared quail every time

A great special occasion dish! For this recipe, you will need: 2 tablespoons olive oil, 1 tablespoon butter, 2 semi boneless quail, 1/2 cup chunky chutney, 6 small slices proscuitto, salt, pepper, brown sugar, 2 garlic cloves, 1 tablespoon shalltos, 1 medium carrot, 2 stalks c ...more

How To : Broil and pan sear a steak

Broiling is an easy way to heat up a juicy steak to your desired degree of cooking – from rare to well done. Learn how to broil a steak with the option of pan searing it ahead of time.

How To : Make a tasty, elegant sauteed and seared monkfish

This is an easy recipe that also shows you the proper way to sear fresh fish. All you need for this recipe is: skinless monkfish fillets, fine sea salt, ground black pepper, Wondra, olive oil and thyme or other fresh herbs to garnish. Make a tasty, elegant sauteed and seared m ...more

How To : Make seared eye round roast beef

Get your Barbecue Shoes On!! You don't need a rib roast to serve up a moist and tender roast beef from the grill. Our simple grilling technique uses beef rub, searing at high heat, roasting at a high temperature for the first 45 minutes, and then "low and slow" for about anoth ...more

How To : Pan sear scallops with chef Ming Tsai

This instructional how-to video, hosted by Simply Ming’s chef Ming Tsai, specializes in authentic Asian cuisine. Watch this cooking lesson as Ming shows you the perfect way to pan sear scallops. He recommends that scallops should be firm and dry to the touch when cooking. Enjoy.

How To : Cook pan-seared asparagus with lemon and balsamic

In this tutorial, we learn how to cook pan-seared asparagus with lemon and balsamic. First, trim the bottom of the asparagus, then sprinkle it with salt and olive oil. After this, push some foil down onto a casserole pan. After this, sear the asparagus but don't cook it all th ...more

How To : Make seared scallops on a Teppanyaki flattop

This video is a cooking video from Anne Burrell on the Food Network. She demonstrates how to make Teppanyaki Seared Scallops with Butternut Squash, Zucchini, and scallions. She goes through each step. She juliennes the zucchini, skins ginger, chops up edamame, and slices some ...more

How To : Make pan seared salmon with shrimp and asparagus

In this tutorial, we learn how to make seared salmon with shrimp and asparagus. First, heat a skillet up and melt butter and garlic inside of it. After this, let the salmon sear on both sides, then place it in an oven dish and bake in the oven until it's cooked thoroughly. Whi ...more

How To : Sear chicken thighs with the BBQ Pit Boys

Looking for a special meal from the barbecue grill to serve up at your next tailgating or backyard party, or for your family picnic? If you love bar-b-q chicken then you have to check out these easy to grill, moist and tender, seared chicken thighs. With a little rub, sauce, a ...more

How To : Sear tuna steak

To sear your tuna steak, first start off with a piece of steak. Users may choose to season it with some salt. Next make sure you have a pan that’s set to medium high heat with a little bit of oil on the bottom to keep it from sticking. You also want to make sure that your tuna ...more

How To : Sear salmon

This video is a demonstration of how to sear salmon, with ideas on how to serve it. She has two salmon filets with skin on. She brushes them with olive oil and sprinkles them with sea salt and pepper. She heats a cast iron skillet with olive oil in it and places the filets ski ...more

How To : Sear jumbo scallops

Chef Tony Miller walks us through making his Seared Jumbo Sea Scallops with Black Thai Rice, Spinach, Mushrooms, in a Coconut Curry Sauce in the kitchen at Latitude 41 in downtown Columbus, Ohio.

How To : Mow and edge your yard properly from Sears

You may or may not have known, but mowing your lawn can actually help keep it healthy and promotes root growth. It also makes your yard look great and helps it stand out from any other bad looking yards on your block. So in this next tutorial, from Sears, you'll find out othe ...more

How To : Make low-carb seared ahi tuna with edamame beans

In this tutorial, learn how to make a super fast, delicious meal that is also good for you! This low-carb, low-fat meal is ready in minutes and will fill you up without weighing you down. You will get a step by step for making this yummy, Asian inspired dish - seared ahi tuna ...more

How To : Pan-sear shrimp

Watch and learn how to make this Indian version of pan-seared shrimp with turmeric and tandoori masala. Easy to make, they are a great snack or appetizer.

How To : Sear sea scallops

This video showing you how to sear scallops is done very well and easy to follow. Pat the scallops dry to help them brown using medium to high heat. Add a little oil to the pan to coat. Salt your scallops and them place in hot pan one at a time, being careful of the spatters f ...more

How To : Sear a steak

This video is a demonstration of how to cook a perfect steak. She explains how to sear a steak in a cast iron skillet. She turns the burner on pretty high. She explains that a non-stick pan doesn't work well for this recipe, because a cast iron skillet is better for high heat. ...more

How To : Prepare flank steak for searing

This video shows how to prepare a flank steak for searing. First, the tough skin on the outside of the steak needs to be removed to help improve tenderness. When slicing flank steak it is important to notice which way the muscle grain is running and slice across the grain. Sli ...more

How To : Make pan-seared tuna steaks over spinach

In this Food video tutorial you will learn how to make pan-seared tuna steaks over spinach and lentils. Start with a bowl of fresh baby spinach. Take juice of half a lemon, ¼ cup olive oil, them together, taste to see that it is OK and pour it over the spinach. Mix it and you ...more

How To : Make seared peppered salmon roulade

Julia Child and guest demonstrate how to make seared peppered salmon roulade. To remove the bones, use needle nosed pliers to remove them. Make seared peppered salmon roulade. Click through to watch this video on pbs.org

How To : Make a seared beef salad with basil pesto

Celebrate summer as Secret Ingredient host Mark Law and Denver chef Elise Wiggins of Panzano prepare homemade pesto and pair it with tender, juicy grass-fed beef, served with a simple arugula salad. This dish is also knows as bistecca insalata in Italian. Follow along in this ...more

How To : Make roasted, pan-seared or grilled swordfish

In this series of cooking videos you'll learn several swordfish recipes. Expert chef Brandon Sarkis demonstrates step-by-step how to bake, grill and pan-sear swordfish. Part 1 of 15 - How to Make roasted, pan-seared or grilled swordfish. Make roasted, pan-seared or grilled swo ...more

How To : Sear meat when cooking

Learn how to sear meat when cooking. Searing meat is the process for caramelizing the sugars and browning the proteins present in meat and poultry, creating richer color and deeper flavor, and an appealing crust. To sear meat cuts, you'll need your meat or poultry, skillet, sa ...more

How To : Make seared scallops with orange & jalapeno

Seared scallops with orange and jalapeno are a quick and easy appetizer to try. The ingredients in this dressing will surprise and impress your guests. It may be just the right holiday recipe. Dressing: (Enough for 4 scallops) 2 small jalapeno peppers 1 orange 1/4 Cup rice vi ...more

How To : Sear mushrooms

Michael Symon, chef/author, says the biggest mistake people make when pan-roasting or pan-searing mushrooms is to overcrowd the pan. This causes the mushrooms to steam and go limp. Here's what you should do instead: - Do the mushrooms in separate batches. - Get your pan hot w ...more

How To : Prepare seafood

In this video series, Louis Ortiz shows you how to prepare common seafood items. He shows you how to clean and skin a fish. He also illustrates how to pan fry and sear fish. Learn how to clean and crack crab legs. Louis illustrates an important step in eating fresh shrimp. He ...more

How To : Cook a savory star anise-crusted, seared sirloin

Are you a beef guy? Then it doesn't get any better - or simpler - than this star anise-crusted, seared sirloin steak. Whether you're running low on time or simply want to make a dish that's uncomplicated, this sirloin steak makes a fine choice. Make it for your family tonight ...more

How To : Sear flank steak

First of all you have to place a pan on the stove and heat it till it become very hot. Now place your ‘flank steak’ on this pan. Now you have to season it on both the sides. You can season it with salt and pepper. You have to ‘sear’ it thoroughly till it reaches a rich ...more

How To : Play a C minor chord on the piano

Pete Sears shows you how to play the C minor chord perfectly on your piano or keyboard. It's derived from the major chord, so if you know how to play major chords, it's easy! Part 1 of 2 - How to Play a C minor chord on the piano. Part 2 of 2 - How to Play a C minor chord on ...more

News : The Morals and Dangers of Public Art. (A Warning)

I've decided to write this post so some of the fledgling street artists who may or may not follow this world in the future are informed about two things in the urban art world that are either not discussed at all, or distorted (intentionally or otherwise) to the point of misin ...more

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