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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: 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 classic beef stew

There's nothing like beef stew. It takes many nutritional ingredients and mixes them up into a beautifully tasty dish. Another great thing about beef stew is other than the main ingredient, beef, you can add whatever else you like to it and it is sure to taste great! This particular dish features tender beef, beef bones, carrots, and potatoes. Sit back and enjoy this delicious food tutorial.

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: Cook Mediterranean lubya green bean stew

Green bean stew, better known as Lubya, is wonderful and healthy Mediterranean dish that incorporates both protein and vegetables with a robust flavor. This dish is very versatile and can be cooked with beef, lamb, chicken or you can omit the meat and make it a vegetarian dish. It is traditionally served with rice and is an all around crowd pleaser. For this recipe, you will need green breans, beef (or lamb or chicken), tomato sauce, cilantro, onion, garlic, broth, olive oil, salt, and pepper...

How To: Make chicken soup with leftover chicken

Chicken soup is a classic dish that you'll enjoy eating for years to come. Learn how to make a delicious chicken soup from leftover roasted chicken. Virtually every culture around the world enjoys chicken soup, and though the flavors may vary from place to place, every version involves chicken, broth, vegetables and starch.

How To: Make Indian-style chicken stock

In this Food video tutorial you will learn how to make Indian-style chicken stock. Harpal Singh Sokhi presents this video. To make good soup or gravy, the stock is the main part. Take the chicken bones; boil them with hot water and drain. Then refresh them with cold water, that is, just put them in cold water. Then slice half a carrot with the skin, cut one onion with the skin into quarters, celery stem, leaks or spring onion, two bay leaves, pepper corn, 3-4 crushed garlic pods and add all t...

How To: Make southern low country crab stew with Paula Deen

Fabulous and creamy, make this scrumptious low country carb stew. Follow along as Paula Deen shows you how to make it. This cooking how-to video is part of Paula's Home Cooking show hosted by Jamie Deen, Paula Deen. Paula Deen, owner of Lady and Sons, a famous Savannah restaurant, is Food Network's resident southern chef. Step inside her kitchen and discover delicious food that's both uncomplicated and comforting, like this recipe. Watch how easy this low country crab stew is to prepare and c...

How To: Cook moo tom khem Thai pork stew with Kai

In this dish, you can use pork legs or pork tenderloin. It's called moo tom khem or khai pae lo in Thailand. Serve it with cooked rice. You will need pork, sugar, boiled eggs, ginger, pae lo Chinese five spice powder, and cooking oil. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make moon tom khen, or pork stew, with Thai chef Kai.

How To: Make Laotian rice porridge with Kai

Rice porridge is a lot better than chicken noodle soup for a cold. Watch this how to video and let Thai chef Kai show you how to make Laotian rice porridge. All you need for this Laotian recipe is: jasmine rice, chicken, lemon grass, ginger, garlic, lime leaves, oyster sauce, salt and MSG.

How To: Make leek soup

In this video series, our expert will demonstrate how to make a delicious leek soup recipe. You will learn how to prepare all the vegetables, including mushrooms, garlic and leeks of course.

How To: Make a savory and thick French onion soup

What better way to get your greasiness on than with a thick and juicy French onion soup? Though the rich French dish is a little too oily for some, we love it because of the delicious flavor balance between the crunchy bread, warm, caramelized onions, and thickened cheese topping.

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 lemongrass consommé

Suzanne Tracht makes a lovely lemongrass consomme for matzo ball soup. She starts with 2 whole chickens and throws them into a pot full of water with celery and some lemon grass. The lemon grass is prepared by crushing it with the back of a knife. She next adds a lime leaf, ginger, and a coarsely chopped onion. Finally, she adds garlic, red chilies, and white parts of leeks. She puts the pot onto the stove and brings it to a simmer. She is careful to lower the heat so it maintains a simmer an...

How To: Make a rhubarb soup

Chef David Musial shows us how to make an unusual dish – rhubarb soup. The Chef gives us some interesting facts about rhubarb – it is a vegetable and not a fruit, it comes from Asia, and was originally used for medicinal purposes. Also, we need to know that the leaf of the rhubarb is not edible.

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 Vietnamese pumpkin soup

This video is a demonstration of how to make pumpkin soup the Vietnamese way. The ingredients are 1/2 pound of ground pork, scallions, fresh pumpkin, salt, pepper, sugar and fish sauce. Prepare the meat: mix the pork with 2 teaspoons of sugar, half a teaspoon of salt, some pepper and chopped up scallions (reserve some), and two tablespoons of fish sauce. Cut up the remaining scallions. Cut up the pumpkin and remove the skin. Boil four cups of water and a little salt. Drop chunks of pork into ...

How To: Make Filipino arroz caldo (chicken rice soup)

This video shows how to cook Arroz Caldo the panlasangpinoy way. Arroz Caldo (literally translated as warm rice) is a type of congee (or lugaw) that closely resembles the risotto. Though ,this dish is of Chinese origin, the (new) name was actually given by the Spaniards ,because of pronunciation issues.