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How To: Make egg noodles in soy broth with ketchup

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.

How To: Make lean beef lo mein

In this video, Laura teaches us how to make lean beef lo mein. You need: sliced carrots, snow peas, crushed garlic, broccoli, chopped green onions, grated ginger, soy sauce, sesame oil, cooked spaghetti and steak strips. In a mixing bowl, add ginger and soy sauce, then soak beef strips inside of it. Now bring your skillet to a high heat and saute your beed strips in sesame oil. Brown the beef and remove from heat, set aside in aluminum foil. In a clean skillet, combine your peas, carrots, oni...

How To: Turn Your Wok into a Food Smoker

Woks are good for more than just tossing Friday night's chow mien with beef and broccoli. In fact, you can use a wok to impart a deep and delicious flavor into foods through smoking. But how exactly do you smoke foods using a wok? Watch this video from CHOW to find out.

How To: Chicken Lo Mein Recipe - Chinese Food

Chicken Lo Mein Recipe - Chinese Food Marinate: 1 small chicken breast chopped 1 - 1/2 in. pieces 1 teaspoon corn starch 1 tablespoon sugar 1 tablespoon cooking wine 1 teaspoon fish sauce Boil 6 oz. rice noodles for 12 minutes - strain rinse Sauce: 2 tablespoons hoisin sauce 1 tablespoon oyster sauce 1 tablespoon soy sauce Vegetables: Broccoli White onion Sliced carrot Napa cabbage Bean sprouts Stir fry: 3 cloves garlic, 1 tablespoon ginger Add chicken cook until 75% done, remove Add vegetabl...

How To: Choose cool weather veggies & flowers for your garden

The presenter, John White, explains how to choose and transplant cold weather vegetables and flowers in this video. The first vegetable he identifies is spinach. He suggests ensuring that the plant has been "hardened off" when buying transplants from the nursery. Next John presents leaf lettuce, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and Swiss chard as some additional vegetables. He does remind the watcher to consult the plant labels for all the spacing information they may need. Moving on to flowers, J...

How To: Peel a tomato, blanch vegetables, & cut carrots

This video shows you how to prepare a few different kinds of vegetables and fruits to cook with. The first thing that this video shows you how to do is peel a tomato. This video shows you a very simple way to do this using only a knife, a pot of boiling water, and a pot of water full of ice. The second thing this video shows you how to do is cook vegetables like broccoli without them browning and losing all of their nutrients. All you need to do this is a pot of boiling water, some salt, and ...

How To: Make fresh vegetable quiche

WMURtv shows viewers how to make fresh vegetable Quiche! First you need to thinly slice up some cubed ham and broccoli. When slicing the broccoli you do not want to use the heavy stems. Also, make sure your cubed ham slices are bite sized! You do not have to cook the broccoli ahead of time. If you are using spinach or tomatoes, these will have to be cooked a head of time. Now, start off with a half a dozen eggs and mix this with a 1/2 cup of milk and mix this up. Next, add in 1/8 teaspoon of ...

How To: Make raw marinated vegetables

The Raw Food Coach, Karen Knowler, shows us a very simple marinated vegetables recipe that makes a good alternative to salads or steamed vegetables. The raw vegetables used for this recipe are leeks, broccoli, zucchini (also known as courgette), and tomatoes. Suggestions for substitute vegetables, such as bell peppers and cauliflower, are also given. First we're shown us how to properly chop these vegetables and mix them together in a way that is pleasing to all the senses, including the eyes...

How To: Prepare a crudite

In this video, Skinny and Mini teach us how to prepare a crudite. This is a vegetable display for your guests. First, you can chop up all of your different vegetables. Some ideas include: carrots, celery, peppers, mushrooms, and broccoli. A good tip is to blanch your broccoli before you serve it and wipe off your mushrooms. Serve this to your guests with several types of dipping sauces to experiment with flavors. You can also be creative and make your own types of dipping sauces. This is a gr...

How To: Cook mixed vegetable stir fry with Kai

Are you eating enough vegetables? This easy recipe makes a tasty dish that'll make sure you're getting all those nutrients you're probably missing. You will need mushrooms, broccoli, zucchini, carrots, chicken stock, wine, soy sauce, sesame oil, sugar, cornstarch, and cooking oil. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to prepare stir fried vegetables with Thai chef Kai.

How To: Cook chicken and rice

TooTiredTeacher shares her quick and easy de-stressing recipe of cheesy baked chicken and rice. Ingredients: 3 cups of cooked rice1 chopped roasted chicken 2 cups of cooked broccoli, 1 cup of sautéed onions, 1 cup of sautéed carrots, salt, pepper, garlic powder, parsley, 1/2 cup flour, 2 cups of milk, 2 cups Velveeta cheese, cubed 1. In a baking pan, mix cooked rice and chicken. 2. Add in the broccoli, onions and carrots. 3. Season with pepper, garlic powder, parsley and salt, then mix and se...

How To: Make an Atkins low carb chicken alfredo dish

Here we prepare chicken broccoli alfredo. We cook it on spaghetti squash or green filled pasta. The chicken is cooking in the frying pan with olive oil, pepper and salted along with Italian seasoning. The spaghetti squash will be cooked in a frying pan too with the insides scooped out and cooked for 20 minutes. Chopped broccoli will be also used. Now make Alfredo sauce by melting 1 cup of butter in a pan and 8 ounces of cream cheese to it and 1 teaspoon of garlic powder alone with 1 clove of ...

How To: Make a basic fresh vegetable stock

There are so many different kinds of vegetables out there that each one contains its own unique look, tast, and benefits. Carrots are full of beta-carotene, broccoli is chocked full of healthy vitamins and minerals, and celery is a great veggie that has no calories and contains a good source of calcium. So taking a bunch of veggies and making soup stock out of it is a great way to not only add delicious flavor to any soup, but a good way of getting some healthy vitamins and minerals. Check ou...

How To: Prepare an impeccable Italian meal

Even though he has chicken, cheese and pasta at his disposal, Chef Paul refuses to make Tom’s favorite Italian dish: chicken parmesan. Instead, the esteemed chef does everyone a favor by creating herb-seared chicken breast, warm zucchini stew with angel-hair pasta and broccoli parmesan. Tom takes solace in that at least one of the recipes features the word "parmesan."

How To: Make raw Cantonese style chow mein

Jess Knox from "In the Raw" makes Raw Cantonese-Style Chow Mein. Start by spiralizing (or julienning) butternut squash and making a marinade of 2 tsp tamari (or soy sauce), 1 tbs almond butter, 1/3c water, and 1/2 clove garlic. Combine and put onto dehydrator tray in nest-shaped bunches at 110-125 degrees for 3 hours or until a little crispy.

How To: Boost your immune system the natural way

This video presents advice from experts on natural ways to boost your immune system. It's important to look at what you are eating. Sugar inhibits the function of the white blood cells, which are part of the immune system. It has been shown that within 20 minutes of eating a high dose of sugar, the mobility and function of the white blood cells are decreased. Choose a diet rich in lean proteins and colorful vegetables such as lettuce and broccoli, which contain minerals that your system needs...

How To: Make a five-minute vegetarian vegetable soup stock

You can use the ingredients of items that are leftovers and not usually eaten. You can use a bunch of parsley stems, the insides of the onions, ends of mushrooms, a leftover piece of escarole, ends of potato, ends of carrots, pieces of celery and some parsnip. You can store these leftovers in a plastic bag and refrigerate it. However you have to use this in for days. Use a large pot and fill it with one third of this stuff. You can add all kinds of leftover pieces except Cruciferous vegetable...

How To: Blend greens into a nutritious smoothie

In this tutorial, we learn how to blend greens into a nutritious smoothie. The key to making a smoothie with a lot of greens is to balance it out with fruit to mask the taste of all the vegetables. A great recipe will have things in it including: spinach, broccoli, cucumbers, kale, bananas, apples, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, and more. If there is a whole fruit or vegetable near you, try using it in your smoothie as you make it! This can make you feel much more healthier and live ...

How To: Make thin and tender crepes

In this video from Over the Kitchen Counter, learn how to make a batch of simple, delicious crepes. Thin and tender, these pancakes are very versatile and are easy to use in both sweet and savory dishes. Make up a batch then freeze any leftovers layered between waxed paper and wrapped in foil. Fill with whatever you like: sliced berries and icecream, bananas sauteed in rum, marmalade and orange liqueur, chicken and broccoli in a white sauce, or just butter and syrup. To make these crepes, you...

How To: Create a desert tortoise habitat

If you need to make a desert tortoise habitat you should be sure to do it properly since they are endangered animals. Desert tortoises like to eat plants because 90% of their diet should come from natural grasses. You should make sure they have dandelion, muellen and a bit of alfalfa. You can also feed them lettuce and make sure they get the right vitamins. You also need to make sure the soil is right for the desert tortoise. To build a habitat properly you need PVC pipes and slice these in h...