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How To: Make Thai deep-fried chicken wings

Watch this video cooking tutorial to learn how to make Thai deep fried chicken wings, a recipe from Thai chef Kai. This dish is very easy to make and tastes much better than KFC. You will need chicken wings, oyster sauce, garlangal powder, sugar, pepper, egg, flour, cornstarch, and vegetable oil.

How To: Make turkey pastrami

Usually made from beef, this recipe for turkey pastrami is a leaner alternative to the famous deli meat. First marinated and then smoked, this pastrami will taste as authentic as what you would find in downtown New York. Make turkey pastrami.

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: 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 kai toss Laotian chicken wings with Kai

This appetizing dish can be found in any Laotian restaurant and it's so good. You will need chicken wings, oyster sauce, garlic powder, sugar, salt, flour, cornstarch, and cooking oil. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make kai toss, Laotian chicken wings, from Thai chef Kai.

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: Grill buffalo wing style chicken with the BBQ Pit Boys

Many say, real good Hot wings don't come from Buffalo. In this how to video BBQ Pit Boys show you how easy it is to make up some smokin' hot buffalo wings on the grill for tailgating or that back-yard barbecue. And, save those celery sticks and the Blue Cheese or Ranch dressing for the Girlie Men. It's all about tender smoked chicken wings and the fire sauce around here.

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 chopped celery, bay leaves, rosemary, 1/2 cup chicken stock and 2 tablespoons dry vermouth. Make a perfectly pan seared quail every time.

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: 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: Prepare a crispy chicken stir-fry

There are a lot of advantages of cooking in a wok as they are healthy and less fussy. A wok can be used to stir fry, stew or for any type of cooking. Kikkoman shows in the video how cooking in a wok is done. He demonstrates how to cook stir fry chicken in a wok. First you have to rinse the chicken and slice them into thin strips; two tablespoon of corn flour is mixed with three tablespoon of teriyaki marinade and grated ginger add crushed garlic and sliced onions and mix well, finally add the...

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: 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

How To: Make Chinese stir-fried chicken and eggplant with Kai

This dish is easy to make and delicious if you like eggplant and Chinese style cooking. You will need chicken, eggplant, mushrooms, garlic, sesame sauce, soy sauce, oyster sauce, Hoisin sauce, chicken stock and cooking oil. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make Chinese stir-fried chicken and eggplant from Thai chef Kai.

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: 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.