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How To: Make Thai stuffed chicken wings with Kai

Forget the take out tonight, cook some Thai food at home instead. Watch this how to cooking video tutorial show you how to cook Thai stuffed chicken wings. Stuffed chicken wings are served at most Thai restaurants and are sometimes called angel wings. Make these delicious appetizers from scratch.

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: 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: Cook General Tso chicken with Kai

This dish was created during the letter part of the Chan Dynasty by the chef of a scholarly Hunanese general, Tso Tsung Tang. Follow along with chef Kai as he makes General Tso's chicken. You will need chicken, chicken stock, sugar, vinegar, sesame oil, cornstarch, dark soy sauce, hoisin sauce, garlic, ginger, and green onions. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make General Tso's chicken recipe.

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 foie gras on a rosette of caramelized apples

Chef Johann Lafer prepares foie gras on a rosette of caramelized apples. The cooking time for this recipe is 35 minutes. You will need the following ingredients: veal fond with madere, fole gras (goose liver) pine nuts, sugar, butter, walnut oil, calvados, apples, cane sugar, salad and flour. Make foie gras on a rosette of caramelized apples.

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: 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 chicken katsu or Japanese fried chicken

In this video, we learn how to make chicken katsu or Japanese fried chicken. To start, you will need to pour some flour into a large bowl and then sprinkle it with your favorite seasonings you want on your chicken. Get creative and add as many or few seasonings as you would like. After you mix this together, you will crack two eggs and whisk them together with a fork. Now, pour some panko breadcrumbs into a bowl next to the other two bowls. Take your chicken and dip it into the flour and then...

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: Carve a turkey (the right and the wrong way)

Mark Dommen, chef-partner of San Franciscos One Market Restaurant, advises viewers against the wrong approach: Do not use a dull knife, do not carve at the dining table (as much as you might want to), and do not hack at your bird willy-nilly. This video demonstrates all the wrong ways to carve a turkey. Pay attention for advice on the correct way to carve a turkey!

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: 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: Make chicken nuggets at home using potato chips

Nicko will show us how to make home made chicken nuggets. You'll need diced chicken breasts, about 1 inch nuggets; 1 egg and 1/2 cup milk mixed together and about 2 cups of flour and a bag of thinly cut sour cream and onion potato chips. You can use any type of chip flavor you like. Crush the chips up by putting them in a plastic sandwich bag and then crush them by tapping down on the bag with a rolling pin until they're a breadcrumb mixture. Now using your hand roll a nugget of chicken first...

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: Make Filipino ginataang manok

This is a Filipino style of cooking which you really should not miss out on. The ingredients are: chicken wings or thighs, coconut milk, onions, garlic, bell pepper, pepper, soy sauce, pinch of salt and pepper to taste. You can also add corn cobs if you need. You can add any vegetables like carrots, beans, peas, etc. Now you can start to cook by mixing the garlic, onions, and bell pepper together. Add chicken along with the soy sauce, pepper and salt, and to cook it through before you add the...

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: Cook a delicious chicken escalope or breaded chicken

Chicken escalope, or breaded chicken, is a Mediterranean classic found in lots of Middle Eastern and Souther European countries. This is a really easy recipe to enjoy any time at home. You'll need two boneless chicken breasts, a cup of flour, one cup milk, one egg, corn flakes, salt, black pepper, a half teaspoon of paprika, half teaspoon of parsley, and a half teaspoon of garlic powder. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make chicken escalope.

How To: Debone a wild duck

After you've hunted your ducks clean them and get the ready for cooking. This how-to video demonstrates how to remove the meat from a wild duck carcass. Debone your catch and get ready for a fresh duck dinner.

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: 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.