How To: Make Thai-Lao chicken curry with bamboo & long beans

In order to prepare Manivan Larprom‚Äôs Thai-Lao Chicken Curry with Bamboo and Long Beans, you will need the following: ¬º cup of bamboo, ¬º cup of long beans, 1-2 sprigs of Thai basil, tomato, 1 cup of chicken, ¬O cup of coconut milk, 1 T. of chopped garlic, 1 T. of vegetable oil, 2 T. of fish sauce, and 1 T. of curry paste.

How To: Make BBQ chicken in your microwave

Barbara Kafka, The Microwave Gourmet, is a rare breed: an award-winning chef who embraces the lowly microwave. This BBQ chicken makes a great appetizer or light meal and there's no barbecue grill required. Make BBQ chicken in your microwave.

How To: Cut up a chicken for saute

It is usually less expensive and fresher to purchase a whole chicken as opposed to pieces. In this two part tutorial, learn how to cut up a whole chicken for cooking with Rob Hinsley, head of Hospitality & Catering at Stoke on Trent College in the UK.

How To: Make Filipino spicy adidas (chicken feet)

Spicy adidas is a Filipino dish using fried chicken feet and black beans. This video will demonstrate how to cook, combine and season all the ingredients to make some really Filipino cuisine. Chicken feet might seem a little out of the normal ingredient range for some people but just about anything is good fried, so grab some feet and start cooking.

How To: Roast fantastic Cornish hens with a balsamic marinade

Cornish game hens are a truly a magnificent meal to serve up for any occasion! So tender and juicy! But if you are a little stuck as to what you want to do with then you're in luck! In this great video you will learn how to make Cornish game hens with a fantastic balsamic marinade that'll have your mouth watering!

How To: Remove tenderloins from chicken breast

In this video it is demonstrated how to remove tenderloins from chicken breast. The tenderloin runs just beneath the breast bone it is a really nice and sweet piece of meat. It is white in color. To remove it take a chicken breast and flip it over so that you can see the breastbone. Then take a knife (or you can do it with your finger as well) and just cut across the breastbone. It is attached by a tendon so if you cut the tendon, the tenderloin comes out very easily. This is a simple way to ...

How To: Cook a whole roast chicken in the oven

In this video, we learn how to cook a whole chicken in the oven. First, preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Now, take your chicken out of the package and rinse it off in the sink, removing the insides. Now, pat dry the chicken and put on a roasting pan. Add pepper, garlic salt, paprika, oregano, lemon and olive oil to season the chicken. Make sure to rub the chicken thoroughly and soak it in the seasoning. Now you will place the chicken into the oven and cook it for one hour with aluminum foil o...

How To: Make a classic chicken pot pie with Nigella Lawson

Make some Chicken Pot Pie to warm your heart! Melt butter, add flour, and use a bit of chicken stock concentrate. Gives it a savory taste. Then whisk milk. This is the base. The chicken, ham, and peas should be mixed together in the base. Put it in your pie crust. Make a layer of crust to put on top. Cut off the extra dough and pinch it around. Slash it atleast four or five times so that the steam can come out. You can personalize with little batter cut outs. And splash with a little egg was ...

How To: Debone a whole duck

Tired of chicken? Discover duck! The Maple Leaf Farms corporate chef will teach you how to properly cut up a whole duck (also called deboning). Cooking duck is easier than you think. Maple Leaf Farms is your one stop for duck cooking tips and duck recipes. Make it a meal to remember with duck.

How To: BBQ spatchcock chicken

Spatchcocking chicken basically means you butterfly the chicken - this creates a wider area for it to cook on so it cooks faster and more evenly. In this video you'll learn how to spatchcock your chicken and then barbeque them.

How To: Make an easy modern Wellington with pork tenderloin

Beef Wellington is one of our favorite dishes, but beef tends to be one of the priciest cuts of meat out there. If you're trying to save money while still eating delicious comfort food, check out this recipe video. You'll learn how to make a pork Wellington, with pork tenderloin substituted for beef to reduce costs. Proscuitto and Dijon mustard make this Wellington extremely rich and with a tangy kick of flavor.

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 be transferred directly into the oven for the roasting.

How To: Cook Deen's brother barbecue chicken with Paula Deen

Jamie Deen shares his recipe for a sweet, smoky barbecue sauce. Follow along as Paula's son shows you how grill up this chicken in the oven instead of on the grill but with the same flavor. This cooking how-to 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. You'll love this rec...

How To: Bake a chicken pot pie casserole with Alton Brown

Alton Brown's dish is a cross between chicken pot pie and casserole. Follow along and see how he makes this chicken hybrid dish. This cooking how-to video is part of Good Eats show hosted by Alton Brown. Pop culture, comedy, and plain good eating: Host Alton Brown explores the origins of ingredients, decodes culinary customs and presents food and equipment trends. Punctuated by unusual interludes, simple preparations and unconventional discussions, he'll bring you food in its finest and funni...

How To: Make chicken broth

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make chicken broth. Begin by placing the chicken bones into a crock pot. Then pour in the drippings that were stained from the roasting pan. Now add 1/2 of an onion and a handful of baby carrots. Then add in some bay leaf, 1 tsp of salt and 6 peppercorns. Now add 1/2 gallon of water into the crock pot and heat the pot for about 8 hours. When finished, throw away the solids and drain the broth for later use. This video will benefit those viewers who...

How To: Make Jamaican curry chicken

No need to travel to Jamaica for the wonderful food! You can make it in the comfort of your own home! In this video, learn how to make Jamaican curry chicken. To complete this recipe, the following ingredients are needed:

How To: Make oven fried chicken breasts

In this video, Betty shows you how to make southern oven-fried chicken breast. She starts out with two pounds of chicken by cutting each breast in half and removing any excess fat. Next, she sprinkles meat tenderizer on each breast and dredges it in flour. After coating each chicken breast in flour, it is lightly fried in a frying pan on the stove and sprinkled with some black pepper. When the chicken breasts turned golden brown, the pan should be removed from the stove and placed into a pre-...

How To: Cook green curry chicken

Want to know if you’re ready to get married? Try pounding your own curry paste. You can just buy the curry paste for this recipe and following Aunchalee’s clear instruction you can still make a flavorful Tai style chicken in green curry.

How To: Make low-fat chicken tenders

Learn how to make low-fat chicken tenders. Even if you're watching your waistline, you don't have to give up your favorite foods. Baked – not fried – chicken tenders can be just as tasty as the real deal.

How To: Cook Jamaican curry chicken

Watch this cooking how-to video as Tracy cooks some authentic Jamaican curry chicken. Jamaican curry is full of spices with added spicy kick. Follow along with this Jamaican cooking lesson to learn how too make Jamaican curry chicken.

How To: Fry honey barbeque chicken wings

Wings work for any occasion. They are the perfect snack for parties, sporting events, summer BBQs and picnics and so much more. These tasty little chicken wings are perfectly fried and perfectly messy. Check out this tutorial and don't forget the napkins!

How To: Grill chicken with champion pitmaster, Chris Lilly

Chris Lilly grills chicken in this video. First, grab your whole chicken and brush olive oil onto the entire chicken. Now, place a dry rub of different spices onto the outside of the chicken as well as on the inside. When you are finished seasoning, grill the chicken at 300 degrees for around two hours. If you don't have a rotisserie, grab a can of beer and place it into the chicken, then sit it on the grill and cook it until the chicken is finished. You can also cook the chicken while cut in...

How To: Cook classic grilled chicken with the BBQ Pit Boys

This video teaches individuals how to cook classic grilled chicken using a BBQ pit. The first step is to begin mixing one cup of vegetable oil and two cups of vinegar. The next step is to add your favorite chicken rub and mix it all together with a pinch of pepper. The instructor marinates his chicken for four hours before cooking. The next step is to put the marinated chicken into the BBQ pit grill to begin cooking. The instructor notes it only takes about 10min to seer both sides of the chi...

How To: Velvet chicken for stir fry dishes

This cooking how to video demonstrates the process for velveting chicken for stir fry dishes. Velveting is a cooking process that gives the meat in a stir fry dish that silky and smooth texture that everyone craves. This method of cooking is common in Asian cultures. Follow along with this cooking how to video to learn how to velvet chicken. The ingredients you need to velvet chicken are: chicken cubes, salt, Sherry, egg white, cornstarch, and vegetable oil.

How To: Truss a chicken without strings, wires or skewers

To truss a chicken without using any strings, wires or skewers, hold the chicken up by the wings and let all the fluids drain out into a bowl or sink or any container. Next, use a knive or a sharp object and cut open a slit at the fat flaps just outside the bottom cavity. The slit should be about the size of a dime, and make a cut on the other flap as well. Push the leg through the slit on the opposite side, and then push the other leg to the other slit as well. The legs are now trussed. Tuck...

How To: Make chicken wings with a pastrami rub

The pastrami sandwich meets the buffalo chicken wing in this tasty party snack. Pastrami gets much of its delicious flavor from the spicy pepper and coriander rub that's applied before the meat is smoked and cooked. We use smoked paprika to add that effect to the spice rub. No blue cheese dressing here since these chicken wings are rubbed with pastrami spices. They're served with Russian or Thousand Islands dressing

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