How To: Make cajun-style turnip greens

In this video, Beryl Stokes demonstrates the preparation of cajun-style turnip greens. The ingredients required for this recipe are diced bell peppers, 2 large diced turnip roots, smoked pork sausage, 2 bunches of turnip greens, diced onions, 2 chopped garlic and oil. The bell peppers, onion and garlic are sauteed for about 5 minutes in a large stock pot with 2 tablespoons of kennel oil. Vegetable stock and the turnip roots are added to the pot and boiled for about 15 minutes till the roots t...

How To: Cook glazed baby carrots

Having a hard time to get your kids to eat vegetable? Here's a recipe that will get your kids to munch up healthy carrots with less persuasion. 1. Steam the baby carrots until they are tender. 2. In a frying pan, stir the butter and brown sugar, until they are melted. 3. Add the steamed carrots and shake the pan to completely coat the carrots with the butter and sugar mixture. 4. Set the heat to high and continue shaking the carrots. 5. Reduce the heat and continue cooking for 10-15 minutes o...

How To: Make kimchi

This tutorial video will teach you how to make kimchi. For this Korean recipe, you will need cabbage, Korean radishes, salt, sugar, ginger, garlic, sweet rice flour, fish sauce, hot pepper powder, oysters, green onions, onions, and possibly rubber gloves.

How To: Bake 30 minute simple scalloped potatoes

Scalloped potatoes are a comfort food dish enjoyed by many families during Thanksgiving and the rest of the holiday season, but that time period tends to be the only time period in which this dish gets any play. That's because, delicious as they are, scalloped potatoes take an awful lot of work and time to prepare, and no one wants to slave away at the oven for hours.

How To: Make candied baby carrots with Tyler Florence

Candy your baby carrots and make them reborn. Candied baby carrots go great with a ham or a rib roast. This cooking how-to video is part of Tyler's Ultimate Holiday Menu Planner show hosted by Tyler Florence. Tyler works his magic for the holidays by creating an indulgent spread that is sure to become your go-to special occasion meal for years to come. Follow along and learn how to make candied baby carrots as a side dish.

How To: Grill bacon and onion stuffed cabbage with Paula Deen

Paula grills bacon-and-onion-stuffed barbecued cabbage in this cooking how-to video. This video is part of Paula's Home Cooking show hosted by Paula Deen. Paula Deen, owner of Lady and Sons, a famous Savannah restaurant, is Food Network's resident southern chef. Step inside her kitchen and discover delicious food that's both uncomplicated and comforting. Watch how easy bacon and onion stuffed cabbage are to make. Fire up the grill for this vegetable recipe.

How To: Make Pakistani-style crispy fried bhindi (okra)

In certain regions, the vegetable okra is known as “lady finger,” and is a common Pakistani dish. This video tutorial shows how to make crispy fried okra, also known as bhindi. Deep fry the diced onions and greens until the onions turn brown. Soak up the excess oil with a paper towel and sprinkle on the salt and Shan Chaat Masala. Squeeze on lemon juice to reach the desired taste.

How To: Make Indian bhindi masala (spicy okra)

Got a hankering for Indian food? Then step away from the curry for once and try a different taste of India tonight: This spicy okra dish. Called Indian bhindi masala, this dish combines healthy and crunchy okra with signature Indian spices like cumin seed, tumeric, and red chili powder for a bonanza of a taste explosion.

How To: Make scalloped potatoes with onions and green peppers

This video shows you how to prepare Scalloped Potatoes with Onions and Green Peppers. For this recipe you will need the following ingredients: 4-5 potatoes sliced thinly, one whole onion sliced thinly, half green pepper (chopped), flour, salt, olive oil spray, pepper, Parmesan cheese, 2 cups medium cheddar cheese, ¼ cup of butter, and 4 cups of cream of mushroom soup.

How To: Choose and cut with ginger chef Ming Tsai

This instructional how-to video, hosted by Simply Ming’s chef Ming Tsai, specializes in authentic Asian cuisine. A large number of Asian dishes call for ginger, whether it be as an ingredients or garnish. Watch this cooking lesson as Ming shows you how to choose ginger, dice and slice fresh ginger root. Ginger adds a delicious spicy flavor to any dish, try it today.

How To: Make bulgar wheat vegetarian tacos

If you're not a vegetarian, but one of your family members is, or perhaps a dinner guest, you're going to have to give in a little. Realize that they eat vegetables, you eat vegetables, so it's not that big of deal to exclude the meat for one sitting. Something easy to make is something common, that everyone eats, like pizza or a taco! Exclude the beef base and keep the veggies.

How To: Cook collard greens quickly

In this video, Kemp Minifie, Executive Food Editor from Gourmet Magazine, explains a quick and easy way to cook collard greens. Southern style cooked greens are cooked for a long time. She is demonstrating the Brazilian method of cooking collard greens. She cuts the stem the long way down the middle and removes it. She stacks up the halves of the leaves and rolls them up starting from the short end, then slices them into long thin shreds. They shrink when they're cooked. She heats the pan ove...

How To: Peel a potato with Mary Ann from Gilligan's Island

Dawn Wells, aka Mary Ann from Gilligan's Island, demonstrates a unique way to peel an Idaho potato...without the use of a potato peeler! Watch this video tutorial from Idaho Potatoes to learn how to use a knife to peel a potato, but not just a knife... you'll boil the potato then dunk it in ice cold water. Then the peel just slides off!

How To: Prepare carrots

In this video Skinny and Mini teach us how to prepare carrots. First, take a peeler and peel the carrot from the top to the bottom all the way around the carrot. After this, you will cut the carrot. To julienne the carrot you will cut the carrot into small pieces. Do this by cutting the ends off and then cutting it in half. After this, hold the carrot from the top and slice down. After this, stack it and work all the way down. You can also slice the carrots into small slices or cube it if you...

How To: Cook spaghetti squash in your microwave

This video shows the method to cook spaghetti squash in the microwave. Take a winter squash and punch some holes in it with a knife. Put it in the microwave for 20 minutes. After every five minutes, take the squash out and turn it after checking whether it is cooked or not. You can also take a crock pot with couple of cups of water and put the squash in it for 6 to 9 hours. After this, cut the squash along its length. Use the spaghetti lifter and remove the seeds. Now take out the spaghetti w...

How To: Make raw vegan tuna pate

JohnnyRawAppleseed demonstrates a delicious dish of raw vegan tuna pate. This is healthy and delicious. You will need some sunflower seeds, lemon, dill, oil, salt, parsley, onion, celery and pickles. Chop all of these up, throw them into a blender, add roughly one to three tablespoons of raw tuna, and you will then blend to a fine mushy substance. This is ideal for spreading or using as a topping, even throwing onto a sandwich or a salad. Crackers, toast and various chips can also be used. So...

How To: Julienne vegetables

Learn how to julienne vegetables. Julienne is the French term for vegetables cut in long thin strips, like a matchstick. Mastering the method of julienning vegetables will not only improve your presentation, it will also endure more even, consistent cooking. To julienne, you'll need vegetables (like carrots and peppers) and a sharp knife.

How To: Make a spinach artichoke dip with Rachael Ray

In this how-to video, you will learn how to make a spinach artichoke dip with Rachael Ray. Season up a rue with salt, pepper, and nutmeg. Stir in cheese to melt and add cloves of garlic. Add a handful of shredded parm. Pour in two boxes of chopped spinach and artichokes. Make sure to break them up as you put them in. Put it in the oven for a few minutes and add some cheese to the top. By viewing this video, you will be able to make a delicious spinach artichoke dip that can be served with man...

How To: Bake a Mediterranean spinach pie

Fatayer or Spinach Pie is a pizza-like foods eaten by the people of the Mediterranean. simboseh and fatayer are baked or sometimes fried doughs stuffed with minced meat and cooked onions or snobar (pine nuts).Fatayer is usually folded into triangles and unlike simboseh, it could be filled with spinach or za'atar. For this recipe, you will need dough, spinach, salt, onion, tomato, lemon juice, olive oil, citric acid, cayenne pepper, sumac, and corn meal. Watch this video cooking tutorial and l...

How To: Make a Pakistani-style samosa

This cooking video is of a Pakistani recipe showing you how to make a Pakistani style samosa. You will need a boiled potato, onion, coriander, red chili powder, zeera, salt, lemon juice, oil, four and onion seeds. (Amounts mentioned on video). Make the dough by adding the flour, oil and the herbs into a bowl and mix thoroughly as shown. Add water to get the right consistency. Mash the potato and add the remaining ingredients for the filling. Mix well. Make the samosa sheet using a piece of do...

How To: Store ginger, garlic & green chili paste

Bhavna shows us how to store ginger, garlic and green chili paste. The demonstration is done with ginger. Cut the ginger into small pieces. Skin can be left on or if you prefer you can remove the skin. Put the pieces of ginger into the food processor and blend. After the ginger has blended, remove and put into a bowl. Add lots of salt for freezing. Fold the salt into the ginger. Place into plastic containers for freezing. The same process is done for garlic and green chilies. When you are rea...

How To: Make Korean apple kimchi

Kimchi is a traditional Korean dish that is as tasty as it is spicy. This video tutorial demonstrates how to make apple kimchi in your own kitchen. Follow the provided guidelines or add a few delicious changes to suit your taste.

How To: Make Indian tindora vegetable

Tindora is a green vegetable which is popular in many parts of India and is known by many names (ivy gourd, kovakai, tondli, giloda…just to name a few). It resembles a watermelon but is only the size of your little pinky. Tindora can be cooked as a subzi all by itself or mixed with other vegetables like potato. Tindora are also used in many sambar recipes. When you’re running out of vegetables to cook, don’t pass up Tindora in the grocery aisle and try this simple, yet delicious subzi recipe.

How To: Coal-roast potatoes wrapped in aluminum

One of the easiest ways to cook potatoes is by simply throwing them on the fire. Okay, you don' want to throw them directly in the flame, but in the coals, it cooks them perfectly. What better time to roast potatoes than when you've got something cooking on a grill or in your smoker? Mark Patuto shares his tips for foil-wrapping your spuds and tossing them on the fire. Doesn't get any easier. They'll pick up the smoky-scented goodness from whatever you've got cooking. And clean-up? None!

How To: Make Filipino ginisang munggo (sauteed mung beans)

How to make sautéed mung beans. For the ingredients you will need the following: mung beans, garlic, pork, spinach, diced tomatoes, chopped onion, shrimp, fish sauce and a beef cube. The mung beans must be boiled before they are sautéed. Clean the beans and soak them in water for 30 minutes beforehand. Place the beef cube in boiling water. The mung beans will absorb the taste while being cooked. Now add the beans. Once the beans are cooked they can be sautéed. Start by adding the garlic in ho...