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How To: Make nori (seaweed) crisps with Mark Bittman

Nori is the Japanese term for seaweed, in particular the pressed and salted kind that you can find at most Asian supermarkets. Many nori fans eat the stuff as they would chips, since nori is slightly crunchy, slightly salty, and quite addicting. But nori is exponentially healthier than your typical Lay's salt and vinegar chips.

How To: Make a seaweed salad

If your looking for a fast, easy, tasty, and super healthy salad then look no further. This seaweed salad is made of thinly sliced vegetables like cucumber, onion, carrot and seaweed. This salad is crunchy and full of color and nutrients.

How To: Cook a Korean Seaweed Omelet

This omelet is thanks to SIB, a friend who gave me a pack of Korean dried seaweed, which I had never seen or tasted before. Since no one at my home dare try and eat it raw, in my experience, almost anything tastes good with eggs, so I experimented with the seaweed and tried mixing it with eggs for breakfast, hence the name Korean Seaweed Omelet. So, here’s how I made it.

How To: Make Japanese maki

This is a healthy and easy recipe. Ingredients include seaweed, wabasi, cucumber, avocado, precooked rice and salmon. The ingredients should be purchased at a Japanese specialty store.

How To: Make sushi rolls

Mary Jose shows us how to make California rolls. Sushi is popular and this is one of the more popular dishes. The ingredients you will need are seaweed, rice, cucumber, green mustard (which is better known as wasabi) and salmon. The ingredients should be purchased at a Japanese specialty store. Enjoy.

How To: Make tonjiru or butajiro—pork and vegetable miso soup

Niho Ryori demonstrates how to make tonjiru or butajiro, pork and vegetable miso soup. First, cut carrots into quartered slices. Do the same with a giant white radish. Repeat the technique with a potato and add them to water. Scrub a root under running water and peel off the skin. Shave off slices of the root and put them in water to prevent discoloration. Dice small squares of par boiled gelatin. Cut a spring onion into diagonal slices. Heat a low-flavored oil in a pan and add all the vegeta...

How To: Make bento

In this video, we learn how to make bento. First, you will need to purchase small quail eggs from a Japanese market, then place dried seaweed cut into two small circles on the top. Next, cut the middle of the egg with a knife, then pry it open to make it look like a knife. After this, take a small sausage and cut it at the bottom so there are eight pieces hanging, and it looks like a squid. Place an "x" cut out of seaweed on the top and cut the middle to make a mouth. Slice a strawberry while...

How To: Make a California sushi roll

Always wanted to know how to make delicious California sushi rolls? Well watch this instructional video and learn the steps it takes to create the simplest sushi roll. All you will need is white rice, avocado, cucumber, crab meat, sesame seeds, mayo and seaweed roll. Follow along with the video and learn the simple techniques it takes to create this delicious sushi roll that will leave your friends and family impressed with your culinary skills. Just form a log with the white rice, wrap in se...

How To: Make a healthy Japanese dulse chopped salad

In this tutorial, learn how to make a super healthy salad at home. For this salad, you will use dulse, which is a purple colored seaweed and great for your body. Check out this video for a step by step on how to create this great chopped salad, which can be eaten as a side dish or a full meal! This meal is vegan and raw so anyone can eat and enjoy it.

How To: Make a volcano sushi roll

An anonymous sushi chef explains how to make a Volcano Roll. First, he pats down a thin layer of rice over the sliced seaweed. Then, he spreads toasted sesame seeds all over the rice. A layer of salmon is then applied. He then spreads salmon eggs and scallions all over the salmon. Some tempura flakes go over the layer of salmon fish as well. He rolls the entire thing up very tightly to make sure it does not fall apart when eaten. He then deep-fries the entire roll and slices it into even piec...

How To: Make a crunchy shrimp sushi roll

This video shows you how to make a crunchy shrimp sushi roll. The first step is to roll out the rise of a stick roller. You then lay seaweed down over the rice and add the type of meat of your choice to the roll. You then use the roller to compress all of the content together correctly. You then cut the roll into 16 identical pieces to complete the procedure. This instructor has many other videos on similar ways to make this type of sushi.

How To: Make angel noodle salad

Our host today showed us how to prepare a delicious meal called angel noodle salad. Her recipe calls for 2 Cups Seaweed Jelly Noodles, 1/8 Carrot, 1/4 Onion, 1/3 Cucumber, 5 to 6 Tbsp Mayonnaise, 1 Tbsp Vinegar, 2 Tbsp Sugar, 1/4 tsp Salt which will yield about a quart of salad. After watching this video not only do you get a sense for Asian food you also get to learn the hard process of cooking Korean food.

How To: Make miso soup the easy way

Don't you love that tasty soup served at Japanese restaurants before your meal. That light yet flavorful soup is called miso soup. This how-to video shows you how to make miso soup. Watch this video cooking lesson and learn how to make it.

How To: Make sushi rolls at home

Forget going out to a sushi restaurant tonight. Instead stay at home and make your own sushi. Watch this how to video and learn how to make sushi with UKTV Food's New British Kitchen. Prepare sushi rice, cut your favorite sushi ingredients and wrap them with nori seaweed wrap.

How To: Prepare sushi at home

Chef Desireé and the kids make sushi rolls out of rice, nori seaweed paper, crab, cucumber, cilantro, and avocado. This video cooking tutorial will teach you how to easily prepare sushi at home. It's so easy, and is even a kid-friendly cooking project.

How To: Make crispy chicken nuggets with chicken breasts

If the only chicken nuggets you know are the ones that have a "Mc" attached to the front of them, then you're not eating the real thing. Literally. Last we heard, seaweed extract and ground chicken bits (claws, beaks, etc.) were not chicken. But these icky ingredients are what go into those nuggets you get at McDonald's as well as many other restaurants.

How To: Draw flames

Dirt Design Graphics will show your how to draw a firey hotrod flames. Flames are like a series of water drops. There are many different types of flames you can draw. You can see the difference in the more angular tribal flames which you get by adding a kind of hook at the end. You can do some long seaweed like flame, intertwining flames, double flames, and realistic fire flames all by changing up that same basic pattern. There easy and will make anything look like it’s going really fast so f...

How To: Hold a dinner conversation with Japanese etiquette

This video language lesson explains how to hold polite dinner conversation in Japanese, focusing on traditional Japanese table etiquette. At the beginning of a meal, a typical thing to hear is "itadakimasu". Translated literally, it means, "I will partake." When finished with a meal, everyone says, "gochiso-sama", which is a way of expressing respect for the meal. The names of the utensils used in a Japanese meal are "hashi" (chopsticks), spoon (same as in English) and "foh-ku" (fork), "coppu...

How To: Grow garlic in your home garden

Garlic is good for you and adds great flavor to your cooking. Add this versatile plant to your garden this fall and in no time at all you'll be pulling up fantastic cloves of fresh, home grown garlic that you can use and share with your neighbors.

How To: Cook the Korean dish kimbab

For this Korean dish, you will need cooked rice, sea plant, yellow radish pickle, avocado, artificial crab meat, tuna, soy sauce, garlic, sesame oil and seeds, and green onion. All of these ingredients will come together to make the delicious Korean recipe known as Kimbab. Many Koreans love this food.

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