In this video, we learn how to make the perfect rice in an cast iron skillet. First, place 1 cup of basmati rice into the skillet with 1 and 1/2 cup of water. Now, add in 1 tsp of butter and 1/2 tsp of salt into the skillet and turn it on high heat, and let it come to a simmer. Once it starts to simmer, stir it and turn the heat to low, then cover it. Let it sit for 20 minutes, and don't uncover it while you're waiting. When the 20 minutes is up, remove the lid for three seconds, then place t...
This is a demonstration of how to check rice proportions with our finger where you want to make rice without using a measuring pot.
Soymilk is a well known alternative to milk for those who are lactose intolerant or just tired of regular dairy. You can spruce up regular soymilk by maing your own healthy recipe at home with oatmeal in addition to soybeans.
There are thousands of different types of sooji, also known as semolina, to work with when cooking, but who has enough pantry space to keep all these varieties in stock at once? The trick to always having the sooji you need is to purchase a coarse variety and then grind it down to the consistency you want for the recipe.
Nothing is better in the morning than homemade pancakes or waffles. Hoffman kitchen shares a family recipe, tried and true, for making pancake or waffle batter. Ingredients are given verbally as well as written in caption so there is no confusion. However, the viewer watches the chef use his own estimates and make decisions as he goes along, so it is clear exact amounts are not really necessary. The base of this waffle or pancake batter is Bisquick mix, which speeds up the process. Instructio...
Are you on a low-salt diet and need some healthy recipes that are friendly on your taste buds and wallet? This superb video serves up an easy and delicious recipe that will please everyone, whether or not the doctor has advised them to cut down on the sodium. The tutorial, one in a fantastic and free video series, offers excellent tips on how to properly cook your rice, as well as how to dress it up without damaging your health.
Want to learn a cool twist to the classic waffle? Try making cinnamon roll waffles! They are amazing.
I would like to encourage you all to try something new in the kitchen area. Do you like the taste of sweet or sour? Or the delicious combination of both? You can make your own healthy walnut spread in just a few minutes and with the usage of only three ingredients. The spread can be used on a few slices of bread for a tasty sandwich.
Why buy Rice Krispies when you can make your own fresh crispy rice cereal? Just follow these simple instructions and enjoy...! You need soda and rice.
Just a simple recipe and trick on how to make almond butter at home.
Save money and eat healthier by making your own granola at home. Granola can be served for breakfast or as simple and healthy snack. Try it with milk or vanilla yogurt.
This flavorful mix of wild rice and veggies will have you always wanting more. Watch Chef Hubert Keller do it himself!
Sure, you can buy Rice Krispies or something similar - but making your own puffed rice at home is not too difficult, and is much healthier! This techinque works with any starch. Fully cook your rice, and then dry it out (it usually needs about 24 hours to dry completely). Then take an oil with a high smoke point (such as canola oil) and heat it in a wok. Pour your rice into a strainer, and then submerge in the oil for a few seconds.
This is a very easy silencer you can make using nothing more than a roll of paper towels, an expanse of aluminum foil and a water bottle. Like most silencers, however, this one won't work forever so you'll need to be able to make a lot of them if you want to do more frequent shooting. It's also a bit bulky. But if those aren't problems for you, then watch this video and have fun with your new rifle silencer!
Dukkah is a bit like hummus - it is a an ancient recipe that blends roasted nuts, spices and sesame seeds into a delicious, savory condiment. You can serve it with bread, fresh vegetables or use it as sandwich dressing. Make your own traditional dukkah recipe at home.
The most important meal of the day, but sometimes you just don't have the energy in the morning to make something healthy. This video shows you a quick and easy recipe for a hot and delicious power breakfast using grape nuts, banana, pecans, honey and milk.
A pilaf is a side dish consisting mostly of rice or grains. This recipe shows you how to make a savory pilaf you can serve with any dinner. Start with a sofrito, and then follow along to make your own delicious pilaf. Make a seven grain pilaf as a side dish.
You don't need a lot of money or a lot of time to prepare wholesome, healthy meals for your family. In fact, you can eat very well on canned foods mixed with other ingredients.
Spice up and warm up those cold winter nights by preparing chan toor dal. Chan toor dal is a combination of channa dal (chickpeas) and tur daal.
Are you a vegan who dreads Thanksgiving with your folks because there's so much, well, meat? Get some yummy in your tummy this Thanksgiving without meat by making this homemade tofurky.
Seitan is known as gluten meat, or wheat meat. Basically, it's a vegetarian and vegan substitute for regular meat. Since National Vegan Day was November 1st, commemorate the holiday by making this delicious vegan seitan, kale, and squash dish.
Egg McMuffins are the bread and butter of the McDonald's breakfast menu. They're simple yet so satisfying: Just a flaky bun, oily beef, and cheese. But what if you're vegan and still crave the delicious breakfast sandwich?
Don't be the Grinch Who Starved Through Christmas just because you're a vegan and your meat-loving family won't budge to make any dish other than buttered green beans for you.
In this video, we learn how to roast chestnuts in your oven. First, place some cold water in a large pot, then drop in your chestnuts. After this, let these come to a boil after turning the heat on. Once this turns into a roaring boil, turn the heat off and let these sit for 20 minutes. After this, turn the oven on to 425 degrees. From here, drain the nuts in the sink but don't dry them. Place them onto a baking dish with foil and then place them in the oven for 25-30 minutes. When finished, ...
In this video, Tosh shows us how to make Japanese sushi rice without a rice cooker. Don't have a rice cooker at home and want some delicious sushi rice? No problem! Follow the directions in this video to make some great rice easily. First, you will need to fill a large pot with your desired amount of rice and then rinse it off with water three to four times. Don't use soap, this will just contaminate the rice. After this, drain out the water from the rice using a strainer. Then, put it back i...
In this tutorial, we learn to know the differences in quinoa. Quinoa is a complete protein that's very mineral rich. There is a tan and red variety, both are delicious. This is an ancient South American grain that is gluten free for the wheat intolerant. When prepping this, you will first need to rinse it off thoroughly. Cooked quinoa can be mixed with toasted sunflower seeds, lemon juice, sea salt, and olive oil for a great taste that is full with nutrients. It's a great replacement for rice...
In this video, we learn how to make breakfast cereal for kids. First, you will need to buy an array of different cereals for your child to choose from. Pick out some that are healthy, but also tasty so the child will like them. Once your kid has picked out the one they want, get a large bowl. Pour the cereal into the bowl until it's filled up with a serving size. From here, you will grab your choice of milk and pour it onto the cereal in the bowl. When you have enough milk in the bowl, stick ...
Is it two hours before that big frat Halloween party, and you've got little cash and very few places you can go to pick up a last minute costume? Then check out this tutorial to learn how to make a prank pizza zombie face mask.
Toor daal is the name of traditional Nepali, Indian, and Pakistani yellow Pigeon peas. These delicious peas are usually used in curry recipes, but in this video they take center stage in a quick and easy toor daal fry.
It's every home cook's nightmare...burnt on the bottom, mushy on the top! RICE, the simplest of foods, but not so simple to cook...or is it? I'm from South Louisiana (think New Orleans then go further south) where rice is served with everything and cooking it is second nature. You can be sure we keep it simple, I gar-on-tee!
And we thought it couldn't get better than waffles with a big dollop of ice cream and rivers of maple syrup. While waffles are great year round, now that fall is in full swing, why not add a seasonal kick to your favorite breakfast/brunch treat?
In this video, we learn how to cook soft delicious beans. First, you want to make sure you are never using really old beans, around more than 2 years old. To keep your beans from getting old, add some citrus to them so they don't soften. Also, make sure you have the right water level when you are cooking the beans. Last, you want to make sure you are cooking the beans enough and not too much. To cook them right, use fresh beans and soak them for around 2-6 hours. Then, saute vegetables in the...
In this tutorial, we learn how to make the perfect crab fried rice. First, you will need a cup and half of cold cooked basmati rice, meat from 2 crabs, 2 large eggs, spring onions (cut into strips), crushed garlic, 2 tbsp yellow bean sauce, 2 tbsp light soy sauce, salt, and pepper. Now, combine 1/4 c water with bean sauce, soy sauce, sugar, white pepper, and salt. Mix together until well combined and dissolved, then scramble the eggs in a hot frying pan with butter. Set these aside, then fry ...
Ever have those days when you're really low on time and want to eat healthy food but don't have many ingredients or time to spending cooking? Then this is the perfect recipe for you. All you need to prepare a delicious Indian-inspired vegetarian meal is some peas and basmati rice.
This recipe is quick, easy and best of all, tasty! You'll need butter, oil, chopped celery, chopped onion, diced liver, fresh sage, coarsely crumbled corn bread and chicken broth. Then follow the directions in the video, and you'll end up with a delicious stuffing!
Regardless of the time of year, well, mostly regardless of the time of year anyways, sitting next to an open fire at night, cuddling with the person you care about while the smells of roasting chestnuts over the open fire fill your senses, nothing could be better. If you've always wanted to know how to actually roast the chestnuts themselves, check out this awesome video. You will learn what you will need to cook them as well as preparing the nuts for the roasting.
Are you a vegan, but can't live without your ribs? Not "your" ribs, we're talking barbecued ribs, those tasty grilling meats that are sloppy, yet oh so yummy. But you're a vegan, so you can't, right? Right, but there is a wonderful replacement for those BBQ ribs, and it's seitan, which is wheat protein. And this recipe will show you how to make BBQ seitan into shish kebabs and ribs, cooked in the oven until crispy on the outside, yummy on the inside.
Whether you're a vegetarian or simply a tofu lover, tofu dishes are an excellent and delicious way to get your daily fill of protein minus the fat you'd find in other protein-rich foods like meat. And not to mention that tofu makes for a kick-ass stir fry.
Mapo tofu is a special spicy tofu dish that originates in the Sichuan region of China. While there are many different styles of mapo tofu, it is usually a combination of tofu, spicy chili and bean sauce, and minced beef or pork meat.
Rich dishes are so indulgent. And there's no better way to indulge yourself this fall than with this warm Mediterranean rice dish called makloubeh.