Hot Soups How-Tos

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: 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 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: Remove the fat from stock

Stock are very easy to make and even easier to remove the fat from. In this how to video Chef Paul talks about removing the fat from your cooking stock. Watch and learn how to make your broths just a little healthier by removing the fat that gathers at the top.

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: Cook scorpion soup with garlic and pork

Eat scorpions?!? Of course! Insects can be a great source of protein. Scorpion soup, which you can cook in a wok, may be served as a main course or an appetizer. Learn the key to cooking this unique soup, and amaze your friends at the next dinner party or potluck you attend!

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 authentic New Orleans style jambalaya

Jambalaya is a delicious dish, full of flavor and always satisfying. Watch this video and learn how to make your own hearty jambalaya to share with friends or eat all by yourself. This is an authentic New Orleans recipe full of delicious ingredients.

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 beef stew in a crock pot

Crock pots are easy cooking devices. All you do is throw a bunch of stuff inside one in the morning, and by the time you get home from work, you have a fully cooked dinner all ready to go! In this tutorial, learn how to make a delicious beef stew in a crockpot. Your family will thank you for making this yummy dish - and it won't even take much effort!

How To: Make a hot & hearty vegetable soup

David from "The One Pot Chef Show" demonstrates how to make vegetable soup. It's a great dish for a cold winter day. This hearty soup contains potato, onion, carrot, parsnip, celery, diced tomatoes and turnip. To make it, you will need these ingredients as well as broth (David uses chicken) and soup mix. Chopping up the vegetables, preparing the soup mix and bringing it all to a boil on the stove is really all it takes. This video gives a great step by step demonstration and looks delicious!

How To: Make Tuscan minestrone soup

This video is demonstrating how to make a Tuscan minestrone soup. She uses some olive oil into a pot and put it on top of a Dutch oven. She uses zucchini, summer squash, carrot, onion and adds garlic into the whole thing. All these vegetables are minced already. She uses some seasoning powder. She lets the vegetables sit for 10 minutes until they get soft. She then adds some about 4 cups of chicken broth and adds some diced tomatoes. Afterwards, she adds the pasta and lets it cook! Make Tusca...

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 homemade egg drop soup

This video explains how to make homemade egg drop soup. What you will need for this project is a pot, noodles, water, an egg and a bowl. First, you'll want to heat up and boil your water in the pot. Next, add your noodles. The noodles and flavor you will use will be Choice Ramen. Before you add the noodles, crunch up the noodle in the package. When the noodles are half way done, limp and softening, add the flavor to the pot and mix. Next, drop in the egg and simply break the yolk of the egg. ...

How To: Make meals from the Great Depression: Egg drop soup

The Great Depression of the 1930's and 1940's and today's recession: now is a good time to prepare a meal inexpensively. 91 year old cook and great grandmother, Clara, recounts her childhood during the Great Depression as she prepares meals from the era. Learn how to make simple yet delicious dishes while listening to stories from the Depression. In this cooking how to, Clara makes Egg Drop Soup and remembers a story about her brother.

How To: Cook a watercress and stilton soup

James Martin makes a smooth full-flavoured soup combining Stilton and watercress. You will need chicken stock, shallot, garlic, celery, watercress, potato, and stilton cheese. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make a delicious watercress stilton soup.

How To: Make Korean spicy beef soup

In this video, we learn how to make Korean spicy beef soup. First, you will make the broth by adding 10.5 c water with 5 garlic cloves, 8 oz beef brisket, 2 onions, 2 green onions, and black pepper corns. Cook for 45 on high, then move onto boiling your vegetables. Boil the fernbrake and fero stems until they are soft. After this, boil the mung beans with a pinch of salt for 5 minutes with the cover on, then drain. Go back to the beef and remove it from the broth, then drain the broth. When a...

How To: Cook Pho Ga like a restaurant chef

The national dish of Vietnam, Pho, is an amazing dish that you can have at any time of the day, preferably in the cold weather! In this video you will learn how to make Pho Ga, a version of Pho with chicken instead of beef. Chef Mai Pham shows you how to cook the Pho the best way and techniques for cutting the vegetables and spices properly.

How To: Make a traditional Vietnamese Pho

Pho (pronounced Fa) is a fantastic traditional Vietnamese dish, a little on the spicy side, but oh so good! Instead of going out to a Vietnamese restaurant to buy some, why not make your own!? In this video you will learn how to make a traditional version of Pho that will be searing your tastebuds in no time!

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