How To: Deep fry a turkey for crispy skin

If you've never tasted deep-fried turkey, you're in for a treat. Learn how to deep fry a turkey with this cooking video. This deep-fried turkey recipe is brought to you by Brett Ryan on How2Heroes. Search How2Heroes on WonderHowTo for more cooking videos.

How To: Make a crispy, golden roast turkey

In this tutorial, we learn how to make crispy golden roasted turkey. For this recipe you will need: 13 lb turkey, butter, olive oil, salt and pepper. To cook the turkey you will need: 1 roasting rack, 1 roasting pan and aluminum foil. First, preheat your oven to 400 degrees. Then, pat dry your turkey after rinsing thoroughly, making sure to fully dry everything. Now, rub butter all over the turkey, inside and out. You can now brush the turkey with a generous amount of olive oil and then seaso...

How To: Tell whether a frozen turkey is fully thawed out

Cooking a turkey is a long and arduous process if you're never done it before, and requires careful preparation. If you've bought a frozen turkey, one of the first things your need to make sure of is that you've thawed it properly before you start cooking it, and this video will show you how to make sure your bird is all the way thawed.

How To: Disassemble a turkey into parts for roasting

Within a week's time it'll be Turkey Day! That means, quite appropriately, that you'll be stuffing your tummy with copious amounts of roast turkey. What that also means, unfortunately, is that you'll be spending hours camped out in front of the oven, basting and probably reading a copy of "Us Weekly" to get through the wait.

How To: Carve a turkey, step-by-step

Learn from this video how to carve a turkey step by step easily. Start cutting in the loose skin area where the legs and breasts meets and carve it down carefully. Now remove the drumstick from the pork and slice down the meat from it and from the thigh part. Remove the wings from the breast either by twisting it with your hand or cutting it using a knife. Now find the breast bone and cut on either side of it trough the rib cage. Slice down the meat and repeat the same process on the other si...

How To: Make an herb roasted turkey with buttermilk brine

Do you like herb roasted turkey? Well, this video is a step-by-step guide on how to make an herb roasted turkey. In just 6 minutes, the viewers will be exposed to a simple and yet delicious recipe on how to make herb roasted turkey. The steps are relatively simple and do not require much cooking experience. Almost any viewer can make this. As a bonus, the video also includes an additional buttermilk brine. Therefore, this is a highly recommended video to anyone who enjoys and wants to cook.

How To: Make an amazingly moist and juicy roast turkey

Turkey doesn't just have to be served for Thanksgiving! You can make it any time year round and it'll still taste great! But if you're having trouble keeping it moist and tasting delicious, there's a way to make moist and incredibly juicy with a few prep tricks. In this video you will learn how to make a moist and juicy turkey in just a few easy and simple steps.

How To: Deep fry a turkey in bacon grease

In this video, Dr. Shawnboy gives a graphic demonstration of how to deep-fry a whole turkey in 100% bacon grease. The major problem that is encountered while doing so is that, unlike peanut oil, bacon grease starts foaming almost as soon as the turkey is dipped into it. A very simple solution to this is to keep stirring the grease continuously while bringing up the temperature to the prescribed 350 degree Fahrenheit. It takes about an hour of frying, and the turkey is perfectly done and ready...

How To: Debone a turkey

Mark Trick, a retail meat-cutting instructor, shows how to properly debone a turkey. Carefully peel the skin off the turkey. Make sure you do not tear the skin off. Flip the turkey upside down and cut the wings off by cutting towards the bone. To remove the body cavity, cut along the breast bone with the tip of the knife. Cut around the bone and neck of the turkey to leave as little meat on the bone as possible. Remove the bone. To debone the legs, cut along the bones of the leg using the tip...

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: Make chicken royale & chicken cushion

Learn to make two different delicious chicken recipes, chicken royale and chicken cushion, from a professional butcher in this video. Watch the demonstration of how to carve a whole raw chicken into two boneless breasts and two boneless legs. The legs will become chicken cushion, a bacon wrapped dark meat dish filled with stuffing and sauce. The second recipe shown is chicken royale. It is similar to the first recipe with stuffing and sauce, but the bacon is draped over top instead of wrapped...

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: Truss a chicken for cooking

Leslie Green from the Hungry Housewife shows you how to truss a chicken for cooking. To begin, you need of course, a whole raw chicken. You will also need about 3 feet of twine or string. Fold the twine in half so it is even on both sides. Place the chicken on its back with its legs facing upwards toward you. Place the twine underneath the chicken, and come up around each end of the chicken legs. Tuck the chicken's wings underneath its body. Pull the twine tight, and criss cross it so it goes...

How To: Truss and roast a chicken in the oven w/Matt Wright

This video by Matt Wright will teach you the easy way on how to truss and roast a chicken. Matt likes his roast chicken with a lot of pepper and salt on the outside. He seasons the insides of the chicken with a generous helping of fresh chopped rosemary, coarsely ground sea salt and freshly ground black pepper. Then the joints of the chicken are rubbed with the seasoning. The chicken is trussed up by bending the wings backwards on the body and tying a string across the breast and over the win...

How To: Properly prepare and deep fry a turkey

Kat teaches us how to properly prepare and deep fry a turkey in this tutorial. First, make sure you have at turkey that is all the way thawed and your oil is heated up to 375 degrees outside near nothing that can catch on fire. After this, dry the turkey off completely so there is no moisture left on it. After this, you can apply a dry rub to the turkey, then stick it onto the deep frying handle. Place protective gear onto your body, then slowly push the turkey down into the oil. Let it cook ...

How To: Braise a turkey

After showing us how to debone a turkey, Chef Eric from Kendall-Jackson moves on to the next part of the process - braising. Braising will make your turkey come out moist and flavorful. And it's a great way to show off your culinary skills.

How To: Cook Chicken Tinola

Nothing beats eating a meal with soup, especially rice. So here comes my own version of chicken tinola. This one is among the favorite viands on a Filipinos meal, because of its tasty soup and also its meat and vegetable combination saves you time and fuel when cooking.

How To: Make a Cajun smoked turkey & pork roast

In this tutorial, we learn how to cook Cajun smoked turkey and pork roast. To begin, clean both of your pieces of meat and trim off excess fat from the turkey. Next make a marinade of: chicken broth, 1 tbsp garlic powder, 1 tbsp cayenne pepper, 1 tsp salt, 1/2 stick sweet butter, 1/2 lemon juice, and 1 tbsp Louisiana hot sauce. Now, inject the turkey and pork roast with this marinade all over the different parts. When finished, brush the marinade on top and place in your grill. Grill the meat...

How To: Carve a turkey properly

In this tutorial, we learn how to carve a turkey. After your turkey has came out of the oven and sat out for around 10 minutes, grab your sharp knife. When you are carving this, you want to carve around the bones so you are getting the most meat off of the bird. Start off by removing the thighs from the turkey and cutting it in half. After both of these are off, but the wings off of the turkey and set on a serving plate. From here, you will use the knife to cut the middle of the turkey and pr...

How To: Make Caribbean-style barbecue baked chicken with green seasoning

Create some of your own authentic Caribbean cuisine in your own kitchen! Wilma Browne Yarde shares her secret recipe for baked and grilled chicken with tons of BBG flavor, texture and heat. This is a garlic-rich green seasoning with herbs, habañero pepper, ginger and citrus prepares chicken for baking. Next, the chicken is dipped in a spicy tomato and brown sugar BBQ sauce with sriracha, beer and more habañero.

How To: Truss a chicken for roasting or smoking

This video explains how to truss chicken. First, it is explained that trussing is the process of tying a chicken such that it is better suited for cooking. One benefit is that trussing keeps the tips of the chicken's wings from burning during the cooking process. Another benefit that is explained is that trussing a chicken allows you to stuff the cavity of the chicken with something like onion or lemon while the chicken cooks. A figure eight pattern is made around the end of the drumsticks wi...

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: Truss a chicken in 2 minutes

To truss a chicken start with a long piece of cotton twine. Place the chicken with the breast up and the legs pointing away from you. Run the twine under the butt of the chicken with equal amounts of twine on each side. Pull the twine between each leg and cross it over the middle. Then wrap the twine around the legs and cross it over again. Pull the twine over the thigh bones and hold it over each of the wings. Flip the chicken over and wrap a knot multiple times to hold the wings in tight. W...

How To: Carve a roasted chicken for easier eating

Kat Malone shows how to carve a roasted chicken. Once you remove the twine, set the chicken on its side on the cutting board. To accomplish this, use a chefs fork and a sturdy knife. Stick the fork at the point where the thigh and drumstick meet. You'll then pull on the fork and cut around the leg. Twist your wrist and the leg should fall out of the socket. Cutting through the joint of the leg will seperate the drumstick and thigh. Repeat the same steps on the other side. turning the chicken ...

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 crock pot chicken fajitas

In this tutorial, we learn how to make crock pot chicken fajitas. First, you will need 1 1/4 pounds of chicken, 2 onions, 3 cups salsa, crock pot, 1 large red pepper, 1 package of tortillas and your favorite condiments. First, chop up the onions and pepper into thin slices. After this, trim the chicken and cut it into thin slices. Now, you will take the veggies, chicken and salsa and place into a crock pot for 6 hours at low heat. Make sure you stir well to cover all of the veggies and chicke...

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: Cook Olive Garden's Tuscan garlic chicken recipe

In this how to video, executive Chef Paolo Lafata shows you how to prepare one of Olive Garden's most popular dishes. Inspired by recipes from the heart of Tuscany, the dish features herb-seasoned chicken breasts sautéed with oven-roasted garlic, sweet roasted red peppers and spinach. It is finished with a white wine and garlic cream sauce and tossed with curly fettuccine, known as eleiche or mafaldina in Italian. It's sure to be a favorite with your family!

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