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How To: Melt chocolate in the microwave

In this tutorial, we learn how to melt chocolate in the microwave. When melting chocolate in the microwave the key is to not microwave it for a long time to melt it all at once, or it will end up burning. To do this properly, you will first need to cut up the chocolate and then place it into the microwave for 10 seconds. After this, take a spatula and mix it all together. Then, put it back in for another 10 seconds and then stir it again. Continue to do this process until all the chocolate is...

How To: Make soap cupcakes with soapy whipped icing

In this video, Anne Marie teaches us how to make soap cupcakes with whipped frosting! This recipe will make 16 soap cupcakes, which is perfect for parties. For the cupcake base you will need: 40 oz white melt & pour soap, 1 1/2 oz vanilla select fragrance, 1 1/2 oz vanilla color stabilizer, 6 ml canary LabColor (diluted), SoapyLove scalloped round mold and spray bottle with rubbing alcohol. For the soap frosting you will need: 16 oz white melt & pour soap, 8 tbsp natural castile liquid soap, ...

How To: Make a mummy cake

In this video we learn how to make a mummy cake. We will need candy melts, eyeball mold, edible markers, a cake that has a crown on it, buttercream frosting, white fondant, sugar veil frosting, brown petal dust, a decorator brush, a cake round covered in foil, spatulas and knives. First you make the eyes. You can use the white candy melts to do this. You can use colored melts to make the irises. Put the melts in the mold and tap it to get the air out. Then put it in the fridge to harden the c...

How To: Make a delicious a molten lava cake

This video demonstrates how to make a delicious molten lava cake. You need 4 oounces of semi sweet baking chocolate,4 oounces of unsalted butter, 2 eggs, 1/3 cup sugar, and ¼ cup all purpose flour. Let the baking chocolate melt in a double boiler. While it is melting into smooth liquid take a medium sized baking bowl and crack your eggs into it. Then add your sugar to the eggs and blend them. You can use a hand blender or a whisk but it may take longer to blend by hand. Next, take the melted...

How To: Make Long-Lasting, Wax-Free Candles for Your Home

Scented candles tend to magically turn a house into a home. The light flicker of the flame gives a relaxed or romantic tone to the atmosphere, and keeps the space smelling fragrant for hours. The only problem? Wax melts, and the candle becomes worthless after the wax is all gone. So how do you keep the flame going for more than a few hours? Simple, just remove the problematic ingredient—don't use wax!

How To: Wax and scrape your snowboard

In this video by 585 Productions, Jake teaches you how to wax and scrape your snowboard. You will need an iron, a plastic, scraper, and a Scotch-Brite pad. Before you begin, loosen the bindings because heating the board with the screws tight can warp the base. First take the Scotch-Brite pad and wipe down the entire board in order to get all the grime, dirt, and old wax off of it. Next, using an iron that has temperature control, set it to get hot enough to melt the wax, but not so hot that t...

How To: Create the Indiana Jones face melt effect

Welcome to our Indiana Jones special. This week, we've been challenged by Eric Zala, the director of "Raiders of the Lost Ark: The Adaptation" to create an awesome face melt effect for cheap! This is probably Indy Mogul's grossest effect yet, so you better not get nauseous or anything, because you might just want to use this for your film!

How To: Make Cheese Fondue Without a Fondue Pot

Fall is the time for comfort foods—and what is more comforting than crusty bread slathered in melted cheese? Owning a fondue pot is both convenient and wonderful, but not all of us have the luxury of space for nonessential kitchen appliances. However, there are plenty of ways to make an absolutely delicious, lump-free fondue without the traditional equipment.

How To: Make your own chocolate truffles

In this tutorial, we learn how to make your own chocolate truffles. Start with 1.5 c of creme fraiche, which is a thick and heavy cream. Cook this in a saucepan, stirring constantly until it's melted into a liquid. Place the top on the pan while measuring out chocolate. Now, add your creme fraiche to the chocolate, then mix with a spatula until the chocolate is completely melted. Cool this by leaving it in the room overnight. Then, roll the chocolate into small balls and place on a baking tra...

How to Make Indian food: Gajar ka halwa (carrot pudding)

In this video from sfehmi we learn how to make Gajar ka halwa which is a Indian carrot pudding. It is difficult to make but she shows us how to do it simply. For this we need two pounds of carrots, 14 oz sweet condensed milk, four oz unsalted butter, four green cardamom, 1/4 cup of blanched skinned almonds, and 1/4 cup of cashew nuts. She chops the nuts and then shreds the carrots in food processor. Now melt the butter in the pan and while it's melting put in cardamoms. When the butter is mel...

How To: Make Glowing Green Candy

If there ever was a day to eat green candy, St. Patrick's Day would be it. But is there something better than the banality of green candy swarming the streets on St. Patty's Day? Yes—glowing green candy, and Instructables user BrittLiv wants us to show you how it's done.

How To: Make homemade French vanilla ice cream from scratch

Who doesn't love French vanilla ice cream? Watch this video and learn the secrets to making an ice cream that would make Ben and Jerry melt. It's easier than you'd think. So easy, in fact, that this free video cooking lesson can present a complete overview of the process in about two minutes. For more information, including the full recipe, and to get started making your own French vanilla ice cream, watch this video guide.

How To: Make your own April Agate balloons

In this free ballooning tutorial, learn how to make your very own multi-colored balloons (agates) by using a very simple (but difficult at first) technique called "the blend". The blend actually rips apart the balloon while melting other parts together. Tip from Mr. Fudge: "Do NOT use the whole balloon. It makes it too difficult and you end up with large lumps in your final product."

How To: Cook chicken breasts and an egg white omelette

This video demonstrates how to make a chicken breast and egg white omelet. Lee first preheats a skillet to medium heat and sprays it with Pam. He then chops the chicken breasts into cubes and places them in the pan. Lee then adds some chopped onions to the pan along with mushrooms and two cups of egg whites. Lee then stirs up the omelet and adds some Mrs. Dash seasoning blend. Then he covers the pan to let the egg whites cook. Lee adds three fat-free cheese slices on top of the omelet and pou...

How To: Take apart a 1st generation iPod Nano

This video shows the correct procedure to dismantle a first generation iPod Nano. The presenter starts by using a putty knife (aka the iPod take apart tool) and separates the casing. Next, the presenter removes the battery from the internal circuit board by using a soldering iron to melt the soldered battery connections. A small Phillips head screw driver is then used to remove three screws from the logic board. Finally removing two small ribbon cables will free the logic board from the plast...

How To: Make beef wellington singles

This dish is perfect for dinner for two. You need two beef tenderloin fillets with the silver skin cut off, ½ package of phyllo dough, 8 oz of mushrooms, 1½ cup green onions, 2 tbsps of olive oil, 1 tbsp of butter, ¼ cup of parsley, and 2-3 tsps of lemon juice, salt and pepper, Hollandaise sauce. Pan fry the beef for a minute or two on each side if you like it more well done. For the mushroom filling, use fresh mushrooms. Chop up the mushrooms finely. Chop up green onions. Use a little bit of...

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