How To: Cook Japanese beef stew

In order to prepare Japanese beef stew, you will need the following: black beer, carrots, celery, garlic, flour, 400 grams of beef, tomato puree, mustard, lemon, black pepper, salt, brown sugar, and onions.

How To: Cook Thai style corn soup

Here is soup recipe similar to corn chowder with added twist. Follow along in this cooking how-to video to learn how to make a Thai style corn soup. Thai simply implies that this corn soup will be a tad on the spicy side.

How To: Make tadka dal [lentil soup]

Tadka dal is a very healthy side dish that comes from India. Made with tovar dal, tomato, chillies, turmeric powder and jerra this lentil soup is served over rice and garnished with curry ander leaves for a wonderful presentation.

How To: Cook a flavorful water veggie soup without using stock

Today we are making water soup. Now this may conjure up images of a flavorless meal. In this how to video Mark Bittman from the New York Times shows how to make a flavorful soup without using stock. This recipe is equally delicious as any other stock based soup out there. Mix in onions, carrots, zucchini, garlic and fresh parsley. Cook a flavorful water veggie soup without using stock.

How To: Prepare a Jamaican style red pea soup

In this cooking how to video Tracy shows you how to make some authentic Jamaican red pea soup. This recipe for red pea soup is perfect for a cold day. Follow along with the Jamaican cooking video lesson to learn how to make this delicious red pea soup.

How To: Make poached egg soup with carrots, garlic & onions

In this tutorial, we learn how to make poached egg soup. First, roast carrots, garlic, and onions with olive oil until they are golden brown. After this, pour hot chicken stock into the pan along with fresh herbs that are your favorite. You can use cilantro, basil, tarragon, or whatever else you like. Next, crack as many eggs as you'd like into the hot broth. After this, set your timer for three minutes and the eggs will be cooked perfectly. When you're ready to serve, pour broth and one egg ...

How To: Make instant Korean ramen

In this video, Eugene shows us how to make Ramen. You will need Ramen, onion, carrots, green onions, soup powder and an egg. First, take a pan with boiling water and place your three vegetables into it. After this, place your Ramen into the pan and make sure it's completely soaked. Now you can place your soup base and flakes into the soup! Now, stir everything together in the pot until the soup base is well mixed in. Let this boil for around 3 minutes or until the noodles are soft. After 3 mi...

How To: Make giambotta (Italian vegetable and sausage stew)

This dish was originally made either with all vegetables, or with the addition of Italian sausage. Growing up, Chef John remembers this being made with sweet Italian sausage occasionally, but most of the time it was hot dogs. Hot dogs were simply the least expensive sausage available, and so our grandparents, needing to feed many mouths without many dollars, chose this lower cost alternative. The strange thing is, it really works! It tastes wonderful no matter what sausage you chose

How To: Make Filipino molo soup

Panlasangpinoy teaches you how to make Filipino molo soup. To make your soup add ground pork, chicken, minced water chestnuts, fish sauce, shrimp, salt, anason seeds, onions, wonton, garlic, black pepper and eggs. Bring water in a pot to boil and add the chicken. While the chicken is cooking make the filling for your wonton by adding the pork, onions, water chestnuts and seasonings. mix well and wrap in your wonton. After chicken is done strain the stock and shred the chicken and cook all the...

How To: Make a hearty minestrone

Maria shows how she keeps her family's tummies full by making a hearty and filling Winter Minestrone. Minestrone is an Italian based soup made up of many different vegetables. This particular soup has onions, celery, carrots and garlic. You start by heating up oil in your pot. Then you add in your vegetables and let them get soft. Season your food by sprinkling on some black pepper, salt and rosemary. The great thing about making minestrone soup you can add whatever vegetables that you have o...

How To: Make pho (Vietnamese noodle soup)

If you've never had pho soup before, you're missing out! This delicious and tasty treat can be made in so many different ways. It's a Vietnamese soup that can include beef, noodles, rice, basil, and a bunch of other healthy ingredients. This tutorial is going to show you how they make this yummy treat. So get ready to enjoy this tasty video.

How To: Cook stove top lentil soup

Follow this quick recipe for some delicious lentil soup, made from scratch. To make a delicious stove top lentil soup, you will need the following ingredients: 1cup of lentils, 4 cups of water, 1 onion, 1 tsp oil, salt and pepper, butter and flour. Boil the lentils in water. Chop the onion, and fry the onions with the lentils in the oil. Add 4 cups of water and bring to a boil. Put the butter in a pan, melt it, and add the flour. Add some cold water to the pan and stir. Pour it into the soup....

How To: Make a succulent bistro French onion soup

We haven't met - or rather, our tongues haven't met yet - a French onion soup that we haven't liked. Just thinking about this oily soup dish makes our mouth water: Creamy cheese floating on top, delicious, drenched kernels of onions, and of course the rich amber-hued soup.

How To: Make a chunky gazpacho summer soup

Gazpacho is a Spanish-style soup served cold, made from vegetables (especially tomatoes) and spices. There's nothing better than chowing down on a nice bowl of gazpacho during a hot summer day. It's refreshing, healthy, colorful and delicious, with cucumbers, bell peppers and tomatoes. Check out the recipe for this chunky gazpacho soup from Chef Hubert Keller.

How To: Make Sopa de Fideo Mexican soup

This video shows how to make Sopa de Fideo, a traditional Mexican soup. In the blender put some Roma tomatoes, two cloves of peeled garlic, a small amount of onion, and two tomato and chicken bouillon cubes, and blend together.

How To: Cook a homestyle clam chowder with quahogs or large cherrystones

Sure, you've probably eaten New England clam chowder plenty of times, straight from the can on your local grocery store's shelf. But that's no way to eat a chowder. You have to make it fresh and homemade, right in your own kitchen. The best chowders are made with the freshest ingredients and patience. Jasper White shares his recipe from "The Summer Shack Cookbook", for what is truly a classic homestyle clam chowder. How does he makes it without a thickener? Watch and learn from a master.

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