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!
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.
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.
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.
This tutorial video will teach you how to make low-salt, lacto-fermented sauerkraut using the whey from Greek-style yogurt.
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.
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!
Here's a healthy recipe for a sumptuous sweet potato salad and a refreshing beverage to complete your dessert table. For the potato salad: 1. Place the diced sweet potato in a large bowl. 2. Add the diced chicken, some chopped onions, some scotch bonnet pepper, some sweet pepper (green, yellow and red), the mixed vegetable, mayonnaise and raisins. 3. Toss and mix the ingredients well. 4. Place the potato salad on a bed of lettuce leaves and garnish as desired. For the mango-cherry lime splash...
Salad isn't everyone's first choice for a main dish, but when you try out this shrimp salad, you're sure to start making it your entrée instead of your side.
In this tutorial, we learn how to make raw sauerkraut. First, peel away the first two or three layers, then cut it up in different size chunks and place into a juicer. When finished, press down leaves onto the bowl to get the water out completely. now, place baby raisins and press on top of the cabbage leaves. Now, place a cloth on top and let sit for 5-7 days in a cool and dry spot. Make sure to keep flies away while this is sitting. When finished, you will have sauerkraut that you made and ...
This video teaches you how to make an authentic healthy Indian salad, sweet potato chaat. Quick and easy to make on any budget, for a delicious end result. Healthy, yet full of flavor, this tutorial takes you step by step, as well every ingredient you'll need to wow your guest.
Make delicious and nutritious sauerkraut at home. Use cabbage and salt. To cut the cabbage, use a sharp knife or food processor.
In this tutorial, we learn how to use Ramen noodles to make a gourmet salad. You will need: chicken breasts, bacon, dried beef, cream of chicken soup, cream of mushroom soup, and sour cream. First, preheat your oven to 350. After this, grab your chicken breasts and wrap a piece of bacon around each piece of chicken. When finished, mix up the soups and sour cream and then pour it over the top of the chicken in a casserole dish. Place this in the oven and cook for 45 minutes to 1 hour. Now, coo...
If you've ever tried to make cole slaw at home, you know there are two ways you can go about it: Stay at home and tarry away at the leaves of the cabbage yourself to get everything into tiny ribbon-like pieces.
In this clip, learn how to make an absolutely delicious salad using two of Betty's favorites: mung bean sprouts and fresh raspberry vinaigrette dressing. This salad is power-packed and contains a ton of protein, vitamins and minerals and is practically calorie free! If you are watching what you eat or just looking for something fresh and healthy for summer, give this recipe a shot. Enjoy!
In this tutorial, learn how to make a super quick and easy recipe for classic American coleslaw. With BBQ and beach season upon us, no party is complete without the slaw. Follow along with Angie as she walks you through this delicious salad.
The raw food coach will take you through the process of making a fantastic salad made of kale and avocados perfect for any one who follows a raw vegan diet. Avocado is full of healthy oils and just tastes fantastic. Kale is chocked full of vitamins and nutrients. By adding oil and salt your kale will transform into a soft and lovely texture.
94-year-old Clara shares economical and delicious meals from Depression-era American homes. This episode: Dandelion Salad! Dig up dandelions and discard flowers, roots and dead leaves. Soak in clean water and rinse 3 times. Repeat twice more, if necessary. Dry leaves once they are clean. Arrange leaves in bowl. Pour lemon juice and olive oil over leaves. Mix salad with a spoon or your hands. Enjoy! Follow Clara's instructions and you will have a fresh, delicious and very economical salad stra...
This video shows you how to prepare a sweet, creamy coleslaw. . This is a simple way to make coleslaw it is not that hard coleslaw is better when it is made fresh.
This recipe for kosambri or shredded carrot Salad most probably originated in the southern parts of India but has been adapted all over. The natural sweetness of carrots mixed in with the tanginess of the lemon juice makes kosambri one of the tastiest ways to eat raw carrots. Try this how-to recipe and enjoy the health benefits of carrots!
Bob & Sofija walk you through her decades-old family recipe for making sauerkraut. It's not beer, but kraut is a product that uses fermentation for its transformation from raw cabbage to sauerkraut.
When you think about salads, you probably imagine a bunch of stuff - usually whatever you have lying around in the fridge that hasn't gone bad yet - tossed together and strewn haphazardly. But did you know that throwing a salad together can be an art?
For those of us who weren't trained in the snobby high-class kitchen classrooms of Le Cordon Bleu, tomato concassé is just a fancy schmancy term for roughly chopped tomatoes. While you're probably like, "Um, hello, I can do that without watching a how-to video," the tomato concassé in this salad making tutorial is a bit different.
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.
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.
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.
The basic salad recipe calls for olive oil and vinegar (red wine vinegar works the best). Add a few juices, such as lemon juice. Then just add whatever spices sound good to you, such as rosemary, oregano, basil, or white pepper.
The centerpiece of this salad are pears poached in red wine, cloves and allspice. Add frisee greens, toasted walnuts and gorgonzola cheese to round out the flavors. This salad is a perfect spring dish. Serve before the main course and pair with something light and bubbly. Make a frisee salad with poached pears and gorgonzola cheese.
Want to make the notorious coslow salad? This video will lay it out for you. All you need to do is watch, because it's simple, consisting of lettuce, pepper, carrots and other simple, yet yummy ingredients. Everything a surfer loves, that's why this one's called the surfer's coslow salad.
In this video, we learn how to make organic vegan quinoa salad. This super food is a complete protein that's rich in amino acids and protein. First, rinse the quinoa in a strainer, then put into a pot with 2 cups of water. Bring this to a boil while covered, then when the liquid is absorbed it's done. Now, chop up some bell pepper and cucumber and mix it up with the quinoa until it's well combined. Next, add in some roasted pistachios, cranberries, extra virgin olive oil, and maple syrup. Aft...
Whether you're dieting or you're simply watching out for your health, beans are one of the most nutrious, low-calorie, and filling foods you can consume. Because they're so high in fiber you can eat just a little and stay full for hours.
Before you toss a salad together it's important that any leaves you use are dry and crisp. Usually you'd use a salad spinner to remove the water, but what if you don't have one and you're low on time?
In this video, we learn how to make an arugula, fennel & pomegranate salad. To make the dressing, you will squeeze a lemon and a lime. Then, add in finely chopped red onion and olive oil. Then, add in one pomegranate seed and the juice to the bowl and continue to mix together. After this, you will clean and wash your lettuce, then chop up some apples and fennel. Place the salad in a large bowl, then add in in the apples and fennel and toss. After this, pour on your dressing and then eat. Enjo...
In this tutorial, we learn how to make a popular sashimi salad with Kitchen Access. First, you will grab the salmon and slice it into strips, the thinner the better. Now, grab yellow tail and cut it into thin slices as well. Next, grab the tuna and cut it into thin strips too. From here, you will set these on the serving dish and put fresh lettuce into a mixing bowl. Then, add in pomegranate seeds, lemon, sea salt, and lemon oil. Toss this and then place on the serving dish. serve this to you...
In this tutorial, we learn how to make Japanese lotus root salad. First, you will need to take the lotus root and peel it. Then, cut it into thin slices and place into ice water. After this, chop up green peppers, removing the middle and seeds. Now, add four cups of water to a large pot, along with 1 tbsp rice vinegar. Bring this to a boil, then combine 3 tbsp rice vinegar with 2 tbsp water in a small bowl. Put the peppers into the water and vinegar mix and let this soak. Strain the lotus roo...
Most people do caesar salads the same way: By cutting up a head of lettuce, iceburg or romaine, and then tossing it with copious amounts of caesar salad dressing, olive oil, croutons, chicken bits, and whatever else they fancy.
Eat like a proletariat on the budget of a bourgeoisie by whipping up this decadent, creamy, and inexpensive treat. All for under $10, you'll learn how to put together a French salad with butter lettuce, lardons (or strips of pork fat), and poached eggs. This is a delicious get up that gives salad a good name.
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.
Does the mere mention of broccoli elicit "ews" from your kids? Then try stirring broccoli into a flavorful dish that your kids can enjoy without feeling like they're being forced to eat their vegetables.
Most of what prevents us from cooking our own (healthy) food is simply that we have to drag our butts off of our chair, get in the car, and drive to the store with ingredients list in hand and tired expression on face.