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.
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.
Cereal, granola bars, yogurt: Your selection of breakfast seems kind of limited, no? Don't get us wrong: We have nothing against popping some Cap'n Crunches into our bowl, but sometimes it's fun - and delicious - to try out new breakfast flavors.
In order to properly measure flour with a scale, you will need the following: flour, a scoop, and a scale.
Noodles are the basis for many a Chinese dish, including the Americanized chow mien (or "cooked noodles" in Chinese), noodles in broth, noodles with wonton soup, noodles with air. After all, with a light, airy consistency they're the perfect complement for savory dishes like kung pao chicken and beef and broccoli with soy sauce.
If you are a vegan on the go, don't worry! In this tutorial, learn how to make a super easy and delicious dish that can be prepared pretty much anywhere in no time at all.
One of the tastiest and easiest sidedishes to prepare are butter beans. In this tutorial, learn how to pan fry beans and season them to perfection. This side goes fantastic with tons of cuisines and will please young and old. Enjoy it alone or with a full dinner. Yum!
In order to make Sticky Rice, for your favorite Thai recipes, you will need the following: a strainer, a medium sized pot, sticky rice,
This video shows you how to cook basic grains:millet,brown rice and quinoa.Usually these grains arereplaced by eating bread or pizza crust
In this video, we learn how to toast walnuts to place into your favorite recipes. First, you want to put the walnuts on a single layer of a baking sheet so they bake nice and evenly. Now, place the walnuts in a preheated 350 degree oven for about 7-10 minutes until they are golden brown. When finished, remove from the oven and let these cool. You can now place these walnuts into any recipe you like! This will bring out the most flavor that is in your walnuts and taste much better than using u...
In this video, Harrison Ashen shows us how to make kettle corn. You need sugar, corn oil, salt and popcorn. First, pour your corn oil popcorn and sugar into the pot and then stir together. After this, turn on the fire and keep on mixing quickly so all kernels start cooking at the same time. The corn will start popping within a few minutes. Make sure you are wearing protective gloves to keep your hands safe from the heat. Once the popcorn starts to pop, keep stirring to prevent it from burning...
This video demonstrates how to make Kettle Corn. For this recipe, you will need the following ingredients: oil, popcorn, salt, and sugar. To make this you will need a stirring utensil and a kettle, because a kettle is able to hold more heat and transfer more heat to the popcorn. You should use twice as much popcorn as sugar in the recipe: a 2 to 1 ratio of popcorn to sugar. Pour popcorn into the kettle. Add oil. You will need to wear protective gear, when you cook it. Stir it frequently. The ...
HealthyCook teaches viewers how to make healthy but easy granola cereal bars! You can use oatmeal oats, grains and all different types of oats (You don't only have to use just one kind). Choices range from jumbo oats, barley flakes, rye flakes and ordinary oatmeal oats. Gluten free choices are barley flakes, brown rice flakes (in small quantity), millet flakes and finally quinoa flakes. Use 100 grams of softened butter and mix it in a large bowl. Add in 75 grams of dark molasses sugar and mix...
Carolyn Hemming, author of Quinoa 365 The Everyday Superfood, demonstrates how to cook quinoa like rice. Quinoa is highly nutritious with eight amino acids, protein, vitamins, minerals and is a complex carbohydrate. Quinoa is simple to cook and cooks similar to rice. Use two cups of water for every one cup of quinoa. The quinoa will triple in size. To cook the quinoa grains, first, wash the quinoa in a strainer to remove the remaining bitter flavor. You can cook and steam quinoa or use a cook...
Sheba shows us how to cook Basmati rice in just 5 minutes in a very easy and in a simple way. Firstly a pressure cooker is taken and add 2 tablespoons of olive oil(whichever is applicable) and turn on the heat. Then add a pinch of cumin seeds and wait for the oil to eat up which will take a couple of minutes and then add the 1 1/2 cup of basmati rice which was soaked in water for about an hour. And then add 2 cups of water which is sufficient for 1 1/2 cup of rice or you can measure it using ...
Got an urge to get that peanut butter jar out for something else other than a peanut butter & jelly sandwich? Peanut butter has many uses in addition to being a healthy treat. In this video, learn how to use peanut butter in unusual ways.
Everything tasted better homemade than out of the package. For your next fiesta, why not make your own tortillas? With this descriptive tutorial on how to make homemade flour tortillas, the process is easy and requires no special equipment. To make homemade tortillas you will need 3 cups of all-purpose flour, 2 tsp. baking powder, 1 tsp. salt, 2 tbsp. vegetable oil, and extra flour. Equipment needed includes: a large mixing bowl, a pastry or cutting board, plastic wrap, a griddle, spatula, an...
Learn how to make Cinnamon Oatmeal Raisin Pancakes with this delicious recipe. Enjoy these pancakes with a twist of oatmeal, cinnamon and raisins. These are fantastic!
Looking for a simple way to spice up breakfast? Join Todd Coleman, Saveur magazine's food editor, as he makes this south-of-the-border breakfast classic originally created to use up day-old tortillas. Todd makes his own crisp chips using 365 Everyday Value® Organic Corn Tortillas which add rustic flavor and texture when tossed with roasted tomato sauce, sautéed chorizo and chipotle peppers en adobo. Easy to make and sure to please, this version of chilaquiles will add sizzle to any weekday br...
Here is recipe for porridge or oatmeal that is ready when you are. Follow along with this cooking how-to video as the Crash Test Kitchen chefs show you how to make oatmeal in a crockpot. How will it be ready in the morning without over cooking it? Use a timer on your crockpot to have oatmeal ready in the morning. Add fresh apples for an added crunch. Make steaming porridge or oatmeal in a crockpot.
Ingredients you'll need to make flour tortillas including flour, baking powder and more; tips, tricks and cooking suggestions in this free online cooking video on Mexican food taught by an expert chef.
Pancakes are a favorite breakfast item so why not learn how to make them from scratch. Toss out the store bought box of pancakes and make your own batter. Watch this how to video to learn how to make basic pancakes from scratch.
Ever burn rice when it's cooking? Get a rice cooker, so it comes out perfect every time. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make evenly steamed brown rice in a rice cooker.
Raw dishes often entail food that is unprocessed and uncooked. This how-to video will show you great raw recipes to make at home. Watch and learn how to prepare a raw falafels. All you need for this falafel recipe is: sunflower seeds, parsley, salt, cumin, mustard seeds, coriander, and onion powder. Make raw falafels for dinner or your next party.
Watch as Manjula prepares Indian upma sooji. This popular dish is great for breakfast as its similar to cream of wheat.
Watch as Manjula prepares a delicious Indian dish for you. She'll make a healthy and simple zucchini rice. You wont need too many ingredients just basmati rice, oil, butter, and of course zucchini.
Make flour tortillas with 5 ingredients: 2 cups flour, 2 Tb baking powder, 1 1/2 tsp of salt, 1/3 cup shortening and hot water. Cook these up on a griddle and make some quesadillas.
Hello and welcome to Everyday Dish! Today we present Susan's vegan BBQ'ed Rib'z (Ribs) without the meat. Tasty honest to goodness deliciousness! We make this all the time.
Welcome to the Everyday Dish vegan cooking show! Chef Brian McCarthy presents No Knead to knead corned beef! Incredibly easy to assemble and the result is out of this world. You gotta try this at home.
Want to learn a cool twist to the classic waffle? Try making cinnamon roll waffles! They are amazing.
Just a simple recipe and trick on how to make almond butter at home.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.