Hot Salads How-Tos

How To: Make a creamy coleslaw with a food processor

Can you imagine anybody who doesn't like coleslaw? In restaurants, it's one of the most popular sides to any meal. It's also the most popular salad topping. And it's not hard to make at all, especially with a food processor. You can prepare delicious slaw right at home, for the whole family. Check out this video recipe for creamy cole slaw from Chef Hubert Keller.

How To: Make an easy Southern-style potato salad

Enjoy the taste of a summertime potato salad? Then you can't pass up this masterpiece of Southern glory. This video recipe will show you the perfect way to make a delicious, soul food potato salad. This potato salad is creamy with the perfect balance of ingredients and seasoning. It's easy, simple and a real crowd-pleaser. It can easily be customized to suit your liking.

How To: Make country style potato salad

Check out this How2Heroes video tutorial to learn how to make country style potato salad. This old-fashioned rustic potato salad recipe is easy to make and the ingredients are just as easy to find - potatoes, red peppers, chopped dill pickles, eggs and good ole mayo. Savor it all year long and include it in all of your summer cookouts and picnics.

How To: Form a tomato rose salad and food decoration

Tomatoes have long been salad staples, but never have they adorned your salad quite like this before. Turn your daily salad from ordinary to sexy fabulosity by cutting and folding up this beautiful tomato rose. Excellent as a garnish on most food dishes as well as a bowl of salad, this tomato rose is easy to make and impressive in show.

How To: Make sauerkraut in a plastic bucket

Now, there are many different ways to make certain dishes using all sorts of different tools and pot and pans. This tutorial seems to take it to a whole new level. In this video you'll not only find out how to make sauerkraut, but you'll find out how to make it using a plastic bucket. How's that for weird? Enjoy!

How To: Make potato and green bean salad with Paula Deen

Paula's twist to potato salad uses new red potatoes and green beans. This cooking how-to video is part of Paula's Best Dishes show hosted by Paula Deen. What happens when America's favorite southern cook opens up her kitchen to family, friends, viewers and the best home cooks in the country? It's anyone's guess! Paula Deen is cooking up something new as she rescues viewer recipes, shares stories and traditions with friends and strangers alike, while learning the secrets of some of America's b...

How To: Make Mediterranean tabouli or tabouleh salad

Tabouli or tabouleh salad is a great light and refreshing Mediterranean salad. You will need parsley, tomato, green onion, lemon juice, mint, burgul, salt, olive oil, cayenne pepper, and iceberg lettuce. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make a tabouli or tabouleh salad.

How To: Make fattoush salad

Fattoush is a Mediterranean or Middle Eastern that's crispy and has a lot of different vegetables in it. You will need romaine lettuce, orange bell pepper, green bell pepper, red bell pepper, cucumber, red cabbage, radish, tomato, carrot, green onion, red onion, chopped parsely, mint, and samac. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make fattoush salad.

How To: Make a hearty white bean tuna niçoise salad

Take a bowl with sliced raw shallot and layer in some halved cherry tomatoes. Add in a cup of white beans, then a can of italian tuna, drain the oil (packed in olive oil) and break it up a little as you add. Add a big handful pitted calamata olives, cut in half. Take a couple of teaspoons of mustard, and whisk in a tablespoon of balsamic vineger, and drizzle in a couple tablespoons of olive oil. Add salt and pepper generously, becuase there is bread in this salad. Add the dressing to your sal...

How To: Make flavorful and simple potato salad

The perfect side dish for a picnic or dinner, potato salad can be flavored in a variety of ways. See how to make a simple potato salad that you can modify with your favorite flavors. Ingredients needed are potatoes, eggs, onion, celery, fresh dill, mayonnaise, mustard, salt and pepper to taste.

How To: Make a Thai-style green papaya salad

This authentic green papaya salad is made in a North Thailand way that is sure to keep you coming back for more! No only will you learn this magnificent recipe, but you'll learn how to make sure you have the perfect papaya from the grocery shop, which can be a bit tricky.

How To: Cut a pretty flower food garnish from a carrot

You want to know the real reason you pay so much money to dine at four and five-star restaurants? Well, the quality of the food is obviously a factor. But the biggest discrepancy is quite simply the presentation. Order something as simple as pan-seared tuna with sesame seeds and it'll come drizzled in a posmodernist Pollock-esque pattern of soy sauce and a miniature dragon made out of a carrot. It's pretty impressive stuff, almost as impressive as what your bill will be.

How To: Create an elaborate cucumber tomato border garnish for a salad

Let's face it: When it comes to most elaborate food garnishes at restaurants, we go "Oh! How pretty!" and then toss it aside so we can chow down on the food, the beautiful adornment forgotten forever. Not so with this salad food garnish. Made from fresh cucumbers and tomatoes, this salad border is both beautiful and delicious. Easy to make yet impressively placed, it'll definitely garner you garnish compliments at your next soiree.

How To: Make sauerkraut heads for cabbage rolls

Sauerkraut is one of those dishes that is either a hit or a miss. It is something that has a long shelf life and and carries a sour taste thanks in part of the way it is made. Despite its taste, it can actually be quite good for you and carries some healthy vitamins and minerals. This tutorial will focus on how to make sauerkraut heads for cabbage rolls. Enjoy!

How To: Make sauerkraut the old fashioned way

No summer picnic is complete without hot dogs; and no hot dog is complete without the sauerkraut! In this tutorial, learn how to make this deliciously sour topping from scratch. Sauerkraut is actually quite easy to make and tastes much better fresh than it does coming from a can.

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 a mozzarella balloon with Molecular Gastronomy

Lab Coat Cooking! Discover how to have fun with cheese. Surprise your friends with this new spin on a classic Caprese Salad. Learn how to make a Mozzarella Balloon. This how to video turns a boring Caprese Salad into a party hit with a little help from some fresh mozzarella cheese, roasted garlic, and a little nitrous oxide. This is a lesson in Molecular Gastronomy.

How To: Prepare a fresh and easy arugula salad

Celebrity natural foods chef, Bethenny Frankel, shows you how to make a delicious argula salad (The Steve Jobs Salad) guest starring Justine. Healthy and easy, this recipe is perfect as an appetizer, lunch or dinner. Follow along with this cooking how-to video to learn how to prepare this fresh arugula salad. Top of the green salad with cherry tomatoes, pine nuts, and olive oil.

How To: Make a healthy, vegan vegetable tuna salad without any fish

Tuna is said to be bad for cats, but it also has toxins that affect humans, too. If eaten in large quantities, you could contract mercury poisoning or worse. But why subject yourself to that when you wouldn't even feed tuna to your kittens? Because it tastes good? Well, you can get that same great taste without any fish! Watch this recipe to learn how to make a tuna salad, full of vegetables and the secret ingredient— hijiki— a delicious fresh-from-the-sea flavor sold in dried black strips.

How To: Make an easy tomato and basil salad with mascarpone and bleu cheese mousse

A tomato and basil salad sounds like a simple delight, right? It is, and the only thing that can make it even better is a mousse with a delicious blend of mascarpone and bleu cheese. Eric Brennan, Executive Chef at Post 390, created a tower of garden-fresh tomatoes with layers of basil and a decadent and creamy mascarpone-bleu cheese mousse. No slaving over a hot stove here and a real crowd pleaser.

How To: Create a tasty wilted lettuce salad with Betty

Wilted lettuce is usually what you call something that is ready to be thrown away, but in this case it is the name of a delicious salad! In this tutorial, Betty will show you how to create a traditional recipe for Wilted Lettuce Salad. This salad is easy and delicious and can be made fresh, at home. Enjoy this yummy sidedish at your next meal, or serve it as a whole dinner. Enjoy!

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