This coleslaw tastes a lot like KFC coleslaw. It is so good, if you like fast food. Check out this how-to video on wonderhowto.com to make coleslaw in your home that tastes like you had to wait in a drive through to get it.
This video is about how to deep fry kimchi. The first step that you will have to do is to pour 1/2 cup bread crumbs in a bowl. Then just simply add 1/4 cup flour. After adding the flour, the next step is to add 1/4 cup corn meal. Then after adding corn meal, just add 2 teaspoons of cayenne, 1 teaspoon of lemon pepper and a teaspoon of Korean red pepper. After adding all the ingredients, you have to do some mixing. After mixing, the next step is to make some egg wash in a separate bowl. In the...
Chef Sanjay Thumma teaches the secrets of making Indian moon dal pakoda (green gram fritter) in simple steps. To start take some green grams that are split with their skin on and soak for 30 minutes. Add them to a blender, blend it for a minute and transfer it to a bowl. Add cumin seeds, chopped onions, ginger, curry leaves, coriander, spring onions and green chili with a pinch of salt and mix them all nicely. Now heat oil in a vessel. Make small balls with the mixture and fry them in the oil...
Most recipes usually don't call for whole vegetables, which means that if you're learning to cook, you'll eventually have to learn how to cut vegetables.
We all love nomming on fresh corn in the summer. But despite the heavenly, sweet taste of freshly cooked corn, we always get a bit ticked off at getting the stuff stuck in our teeth from chewing at it from left to right like one of those old typewriters. So how do you saw off the corn kernels without also sawing off a finger in turn to make the eating experience easier?
CHOW member Eric Higgins uses whole canned tomatoes to cook. As their seeds spoil the food by giving a bitter taste, he gives us step-by-step instructions to remove them using a salad spinner.
This recipe is inspired by Francis Mallmann's book "seven fires" Creating a simple and elegant dish on the grill, cooked over coals.
In this tutorial, we learn how to prepare celery with Skinny and Mini. First, you will clean your stalks of celery and dry them off. Then, remove the stalks one by one from the bunch and chop off the tops of them so there are no more leaves. Next, cut the stalks of celery in the middle and then chop them in half. Now, bunch the celery together and cut them into small cubes with your sharp knife. After this, repeat the process with the rest of the celery in the bunch. Use this chopped celery i...
Ingredients: Assorted vegetables (I use cabbage, button and shitake mushrooms, baby corn, bean sprouts, and water chestnuts)
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.
It’s the chop of choice for almost any vegetable—from basic oblongs and spheroids, like garlic, onions, and potatoes, to the more irregular oddities, like mushrooms, rhubarb, and sun-dried tomatoes.
Vegetable kebabs are an easy and delicious way to grill your veggies. These tips will help you prepare and skewer the vegetables perfectly. Soak the bamboo skewers in water so they won't burn on the grill. It is best to put like vegetables on the same skewers and even better to double skewer them.
Just as not all eggplants are made equal, not all eggplant cuts are made equal. This may slightly surprise you, but how you cut an eggplant does impact its flavor and reception in any recipe. Plus, presentation is very crucial if you're into creating both a pleasurable and good-looking meal.
Corn is everywhere, and there are a large amount of methods for preparing it. If you're a corn on the cob kind of guy, you may be fascinated to know that a microwave is all you need to cook it. Bring the fresh taste of summer to the dinner table in a few short minutes by using your microwave to cook corn on the cob.
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.
The Neelys whip up mustard greens with bacon and golden raisins. Follow along with this cooking how-to video to learn how to prepare some true southern recipes. This cooking video is part of Down Home with the Neely's show hosted by Gina Neely. Pat and Gina Neely and their family own and operate some of Tennessee's best - and devilishly delicious - barbecue restaurants. But when they are relaxing at home in Memphis, they love to create tasty dishes their whole family can enjoy. Now they're re...
Need a stand-out side dish for your next bbq or dinner with friends? In cooking how-to video Rachel and Mario got your back. Watch this video cooking lesson as they shows you how to make bacon wrapped asparagus. All you need to for this recipe is wrap a few asparagus with bacon, season with salt and pepper and place on the grill.
Watch this how to video and try this fire and ice pickle recipe. These pickles make a great side dish to any sandwich or serve alone as a snack. Learn why they are called fire and ice.
This maneuver neatly reduces bumpy, bulbous, and otherwise wildly irregular vegetables into tidy strips of uniform size and shape that resemble—what else? Matchsticks.
Souffles are culinary works of art. But if you've ever made one - or tried to do so - you know that achieving the perfect flaky consistency and puff is a task only the Martha Stewart cooks/bakers among us can accomplish.
If you love the healthy aspect of your spinach, then you might want to turn your head to this video recipe for spinach balls, because it's not exactly the healthiest use for spinach. They're bite-sized balls packed with Parmesan cheese, walnuts, eggs and spinach, baked to perfection. Robin Benzle of Chow Time shows you this delicious warm and puffy spinach balls recipe.
In this video, Skinny and Mini teach us how to prepare a crudite. This is a vegetable display for your guests. First, you can chop up all of your different vegetables. Some ideas include: carrots, celery, peppers, mushrooms, and broccoli. A good tip is to blanch your broccoli before you serve it and wipe off your mushrooms. Serve this to your guests with several types of dipping sauces to experiment with flavors. You can also be creative and make your own types of dipping sauces. This is a gr...
In order to make Home Fries with Red Potatoes, you will need the following ingredients: 2 pounds red potatoes, 2 onions, 2 tablespoons butter, paprika, and oil.
Onion rings or French fries? The debate for which American-food side dish is superior will rage on until the end of cooking. This video makes a very convincing argument for the supremacy of the onion ring, presenting a recipe for them using unconventional ingredients to create what the chef in the video insists are the most delicious onion rings on Earth.
Scott demonstrates how to make southern-style black-eyed peas and turnip greens. Use one pound of frozen chopped turnip greens and used two cups of dried black-eyed peas. Soak the peas overnight in six cups of water with two teaspoons of salt. In the morning drain the peans. Use two cups of chicken stock per recipe. Use three ounces of smoked bacon strips per recipe. Heat cast iron pots over medium heat and add the bacon. Cook until the fat is rendered. In one pot, add the greens and stir to ...
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.
Chef Sanjay Thumma teaches the secrets of making spicy Indian papdi chaat in simple steps. Place the papdi on a plate and start by adding tamarind chutney on top. Now add chopped boiled potatoes and some mint chutney to its top. Add some chopped onion, tomato and cucumber on its top. Add some sweet yogurt to it and hot sauce if you wish to add it. Now add chili powder, cumin powder and sev to it. Repeat it with sweet yogurt, tamarind chutney and hot sauce to finish it. Now for the other type ...
Do you like Pakistani style urad daal? Well, with this video, you can make your own with the following ingredients:
Roasted red peppers are easy to store with this recipe treat from Rita Heikenfeld. Rita shows you how to prepare, roast and store red peppers for up to a year in your freezer. These peppers are great for pizza or pasta with their sweet taste and great red color. Watch this how-to video to learn how.
Here is a video tutorial on making a delicious stuffed pepper. It is easy to make, pure taste, low calories/ low carb, no meat, many varieties possible, & can be a starter, main course, vegetable side dish or snack.
Pav Bhaji is a wonderful one-pot meal. It’s also a great way to get the kids to eat their veggies since it is all mashed up and they won't know they're eating veggies! Try this Indian party favorite today.
Chef Sanjay shows you how to make vegetable 65 which is mixed vegetables cooked 65 style. What's 65 style? It's an Indian style originally meaning it has 65 ingredients! But have no fear, Sanjay has made it a bit simpler for you.
In this video you will learn to make vegetable manchurian - vegetable dumplings cook in Indo-Chinese style.
This is a new type of sweet dish that tastes really good, created by a simple Indian women named Mrs. Uma Verma.
Avocados are awesome and delicious, especially when you make guacamole out of them. But to take off the skin, chop, and cut it up, preparing an avocado can get tedious. So with this tutorial, I hope that I can provide you with a simple and easy way to peel and cut your avocados in the future.
The only reason people don't like broccoli is because they haven't prepared it right. Eating veggies raw is perhaps the healthiest thing you can do for your body, but even we flinch and grimace at stuffing in thick, raw chunks of broccoli.
Sometimes simple is the best way to do it, and what is simpler than green beans? Well, they aren't THAT simple, but the concept is easy to grasp. Green beans can make a fantastic side dish to any meal if you know how to cook them right. In this video, chef Jason Hill introduces you to a simple, but delicious green bean recipe with garlic and shallots.
Try corn on the cob with a little outdoor flavor! This video will show you the steps to grilling corn on the cob. If you've never had, then you're missing out a crunchy corn cob delight! The trick is, when peeling the husks back, leave them attached and tie them together with some kitchen string, then soak them in water thirty minutes before you're ready to slap them on the grill.
Sweet potatoes are served by the ton on Thanksgiving, but these juicy and candied root vegetables are just as enjoyable the rest of the year with the right recipe.
In this video, we learn how to make spicy potato wedges. The ingredients you will need are: salt, 1/2 tsp dry mango powder, 2 medium wedged potatoes, 1 tbsp olive oil, 2 cloves smashed garlic, 1/8 tsp black pepper, 1 tsp Italian seasoning, 1/2 tsp red chili flakes and 1/4 tsp garlic powder. First, preheat your oven to 350 degrees and cut your potatoes into wedge shapes. Soak the potatoes in water then put into a bowl and add salt. Microwave until the potatoes are half way cooked and strain th...