DianeMorganCooksPdx teaches you how to make great tasting gravy. Chop of gizzards, hearts and neck meat from a turkey. Add a few tablespoons of butter in a cooking pot and start melting it. Place the meat on top of that. Add turkey stock. Mix wonder flour with cold turkey stock in a bowl. Also add applejack sauce. Add the meat to a simmer and pour the bowl mix on top. Don't use turkey liver for this recipe, as it will give it a bitter taste. Add a pinch of salt for more flavor. Cook it for a ...
Sour cream makes just about anything taste good. What would baked potatoes be without it, or tortillas for that matter? We personally cannot live without this creamy, fluffy, sour confection.
In this how to video Chef Jean-Pierre's garlic puree is a great flavor enhancer for any recipe requiring garlic. Use it as you would use minced raw garlic in pasta sauces, salsa, stews, stir fry etc. Be sure to refrigerate it, or freeze it, in a tightly sealed container.
This thick and tasty tomato-based barbecue sauce recipe for dippin' and moppin' goes real well with most anything barbecued. Start with this basic BBQ sauce recipe and then adjust the ingredients and quantities to make it your own special sauce! It's real easy to do as demonstrated in this how to video by the BBQ Pit Boys.
Don't just make any barbecue sauce, try something different, try something "award winning". This BBQ glaze is pretty easy, and has a sweet, sour flavor with mystery ingredients that provide aromatics. If you're cooking meat tonight, this barbecue glaze is the perfect flavoring to add.
Marinara comes from the word marine which means it is a sauce for seafood. Many people like just marinara sauce on pasta without any seafood. This is an easy and fast recipe to prepare.
Serving fish tonight? Then you're going to need some tartar sauce, but not just any tartar sauce— tart and tangy tartar sauce. You can't buy this stuff in the grocery store! Betty shows you this sauce recipe that goes great with a catfish dinner.
In this clip, learn how to make a tapenade for your party or get-together that you can serve as an appetizer or a first course. This classy dish is also great for cocktail parties and can be served on little individual pieces of bread or crackers. Present this healthy and delicious treat to your guests and they are sure to love every bite.
This video demonstrates a recipe for Hollandaise sauce, which is an egg based sauce similar to mayonnaise except that it's warm and made with butter. First he melts the butter in a sauce pan and lets it boil. He breaks some eggs into a tall glass and adds some vinegar. He pours the hot butter into the glass and uses a Bamix immersion blender to mix the ingredients, whipping it up until the mixture is thick and creamy in the glass. He then cooks a piece of salmon to go with the Hollandaise sau...
Tired of the same old burger toppings? Forget the pickled relish, ketchup and mustard. Top your burgers and dogs with something new. Follow along in this cooking how-to video to learn how to make fresh tomato relish. This tomato relish is simple and quick to do. Use red onions and fresh tomatoes for this recipe.
Before watching this video, we thought there was only one type of butter: The kind you buy in sticks or in plastic containers at the grocery store and toss into all your foods for extra flavor. But apparently butter is a much more complex foodstuff than we thought.
CHOW Video Intern, Lauren Stenmoe, shows the quick and tasty way to make your own fake blood for special occasions, such as Halloween. Don't settle for the pricey, disgusting fake blood! Instead, make your own and avoid the nasty taste and costly price.
Learn how to properly add oil or butter to an egg or cream base to create a mixture that won't separate. This cooking technique is called emulsifying.
In this tutorial, learn how to make a yogurt spread that is popular in the Middle East and Mediterranean called Labneh. Labneh is cheap and easy to make and is similar to cream cheese. You can spread this strained yogurt on lots of things such as pita or bread for a little extra taste. Follow along and get started with your Mediterranean dip with Dede.
Make hot dogs even tastier with a batch of homemade relish. Watch this video to learn how to make hotdog relish.
The cilantro and mint combination can be very addictive, full of flavor and freshness. Try this cilantro and mint raita and you’ll wonder if you are eating the raita with the biryani or the biryani with the raita. Watch this-how to video to learn how to make Indian Style cilantro and mint raita dip.
Chefs George Germon and Johanne Killeen demonstrate how to make hot fanny sauce. Intensely browned caramel, onions and a jalepeno pepper are combined to create a spicy sauce; perfect on steak, chicken or ribs. Make hot fanny sauce.
You don't have to use this sauce just for buffalo wings - you can use it with nearly any sort of chicken dish, from chicken tenders to buffalo fried chicken. It also makes a great sauce for hamburgers or dipping vegetables. Make your own buffalo style hot sauce at home.
Most people only really ever see bread dips at a restaurant, but hey are easy to make and give your meals a very professional flair. Watch this video to learn how to make three different easy herb and olive oil bread dips that will wow your dinner guests.
Vinaigrette dressing can definitely make or break a salad, and this version definitely is in the "make" category. Passion fruit, key lime juice, honey, olive oil… how could you go wrong? Watch and learn this recipe for passion fruit and lime vinaigrette.
Pesto sauce is a delicious topping for pasta, pizza and most things Italian. In this three part tutorial, learn how to make a traditional Ligurian basil pesto from scratch at home. This recipe is straight from Italy and very tasty and compliments many different types of meals. Enjoy!
Make a fabulous honey mustard sauce or dip with this video tutorial. Put one third of a cup of mayo into a bowl. Add yellow mustard and Dijon mustard into the bowl. Next add a little hot sauce. After adding the hot sauce you will add honey and one table spoon of rice vinegar. Use a whisk and mix it all together in the bowl. You can adjust the amount of mustard, hot sauce, rice vinegar, and honey to suit your taste. Once it is mixed together it is ready. All you need now is your favorite dippi...
Whether you love guacamole as a dip for chips or as a topping for burgers, almost anyone can prepare it with the right ingredients. Watch this Howcast guide to learn how to make guacamole for your next party.
Yogurt is not a difficult thing to make in your own home kitchen! You don't even need a fancy yogurt maker! All you need is some whole millk and yogurt starter, plus some mason jars, an instant read thermometer and an insulated styrofoam cooler. Make your own creamy and delicious yogurt at home.
Stop buying bland salsas in jars - make your own at home! For best results, make sure all your ingredients are as fresh as possible. Aside from the tomatillos and avocados, you will also need jalapenos, cilantro and lime juice. Make a delicious Mexican salsa out of tomatillos and avocados.
This video shows various ways to create marinara spaghetti sauce. Making marinara sauce takes around thirty minutes if created from scratch. marinara sauce generally contains onion, carrots, sugar, white wine, parsley and bay leaves. The dish is started by heating olive oil in a sauce pan which garlic is added. All of the herbs are then added to the heated olive oil. one can of tomato sauce is then mixed in to complete the last ingredient required. The Sauce must then simmer for thirty minute...
In this video from Betty's Kitchen, learn how to make a delicious low-calorie vinaigrette for your salads. This tangy dressing has just a hint of raspberry sweetness and contains no oil so you can avoid all the fat and calories that oils bring. It tastes great and will keep for weeks, possibly even months, in your fridge. Enjoy!
In this tutorial, make a super easy no-fuss guacamole dip that anyone can do! This dip is made in true Mexican style and is so simple that it's basically fool-proof. If you enjoy Mexican snacks and need something to spread on your chips or tacos, then make this wonderful dip with help from the Food Network's Robin Miller.
In this tutorial, learn how to make Sunny Anderson's recipe for the classic Greek/Middle Eastern dip hummus. This hummus can be made in a super short amount of time and is so much tastier and more fresh than the store bought versions. Mix in whatever flavors you like or keep it plain - however you prefer it, this recipe will definitely make you happy.
In this video Lori Winders shows us how to make ghee from regular butter. Her method takes about two hours to complete but she says that this way you can obtain much more ghee at one time. First, put two pounds of butter in a large cast iron skillet and then put it in the oven at a temperature of 250 degrees for two hours. After this is complete you take the pan out of the oven and with the help of a strainer and lots of layers of cheesecloth you filter the obtained gee in a jar. You will see...
In this video from inthemoodforfood.com, Chef Kev shows us how to make mustard. Mustard is actually really quick to make once you've actually soaked the mustad seeds overnight. We're going to use two types of mustard. One if yellow mustard, and the other is brown or black mustard that's slightly spicier. Put 3 tablespoons of each into a bowl. Add 1/2 cup of water and 2 tablespoons of lemon juice. Put this into a blender and add the following: An additional 1/2 cup of water, 1 tablespoon of tu...
Hetal and Anuja from Show Me The Curry take us through the steps to make a tasty, fresh salsa which is an integral part of Mexican cuisine. You will need a food processor for this recipe, a blender would make the salsa to thin and soup like. First, add the following ingredients to your food processor. * 2 Large tomatoes or 4 Roma tomatoes, chopped * 1/4 of an onion, chopped * jalapeños - to taste (They used about 2 large jalapeños but you may want more or less according to your taste preferen...
It is a waste when fresh fruits go bad. In this how to video Chef Paul demonstrates how to make your own delicious fruit sauce. Use up fresh fruit you just bought or overripe fruit that has been sitting on your counter. Serve the fruity sauce over pancakes, waffles, ice cream or any other item of your choice.
Making homemade vanilla is as easy as it gets, and will take the flavor in your desserts or cocktails that call for vanilla extract to a whole new level. Learn how to make vanilla from scratch.
This is a wonderful easy and refreshing recipe for pimento cheese spread. Use an electric meat grinder for the added texture it gives this dish.
Tamarind Chutney is an Indian sauce with just the perfect blend of sweet and sour flavors. It is widely used in chaats and as a condiment for various appetizers such a samosas and pakoras. Try this simple recipe.
In this zesty Mexican Salsa Verde, tomatillos and cilantro mingle with garlic, chiles, and jalapenos. Drizzle on top of tacos, burritos, or salad. You will need tomatillos, garlic, onion, cilantro, salt, vegetable oil, jalapeno, diced green chiles and lemon juice. Salsa verde can be served immediately, but the flavors meld even better when you let it sit in the refrigerator overnight. Enjoy.
Do you need a great sauce for those delicious spring rolls you just conjured? Well this recipe for an exquisite spring roll sauce will have your taste buds springing up for joy. This video will show you exactly how to make a delicious sauce for spring rolls. What you will need:
There's nothing better than homemade dressing, and this blue cheese dressing recipe is sure to stay in your recipe box. Watch and learn how to make this dressing from scratch, in just minutes, with Kevin Carey of Verrill Farm. He'll show you how to make this tangy, creamy yet textured, versatile blue cheese dressing. Pungent blue cheese mixes with mayonnaise, sour cream, scallions, red wine vinegar and a pinch of seasonings. Serve with chicken wings, as a dip for crunchy vegetables or simply ...
It's easy to make Italian parsley gremolata. First you start off with chopped parsley in a small bowl. Next add some pressed raw garlic and some lemon zest using a microplane grater. After that, add just enough olive oil to blind the ingredients. Now you have a sauce that can be used to spruce up meats and stews.