This video tutorial is in the Food category which will show you how to make Mariquitas De Malanga (baked malanga chips). Take 2 malangas and wash them properly. Peel them and slice them in to very thin slices using a slicer. Now spray olive oil on a tray and place the slices on the tray. Spray olive oil over the slices again. Make sure the olive oil is sprayed evenly over all slices. Then sprinkle salt over the slices. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 - 20 minutes till the slices turn crispy and go...
In this tutorial, we learn how to make caramel candies. Ingredients include: 1 cup granulated sugar, 1/4 c light corn syrup, 4 tbsp salted butter, 1 c heavy cream, and 1 tsp vanilla. To create this, you will combine all your ingredients in a large pot, stirring a little bit. Once the mixture has turned into caramel, stick a thermometer to make sure it's reached 250 degrees. When it is finished, pour this into a baking dish. Once you do this, smooth it out to cover the surface, then wait for i...
Try this Spanish recipe straight from Barcelona! They're called pinchos, and they're similar to tapas, except with pinchos, they're served with little skewers, which act as a ways of billing at restaurants. In this video recipe, you'll learn how to make your own Spanish pinchos (Spanish for spike or thorn).
For all that they are marketed as healthy meal alternatives or snacks on the go, granola bars are pretty damn bad for you. With high fructose corn syrup ranking among the top five ingredients in the ingredients list and a bunch of other cheap corn products thrown into the mix, you wouldn't be much better off eating Cheetos.
Trix are for kids, but Fruit Loops are for everyone? Don't you ever think you're too old to nom on the pure sugar heaven that is Fruit Loops! While we are totally for grabbing handfuls out of the box and stuffing it in your face, there are other ways you can make use of this colorful "tropical" treat.
In this video, we learn how to make spinach toast with leftover cream spinach. First, you will need to take small pieces of bread that you have leftover, as well as some cream cheese, parmesan cheese, and spinach (already cooked). Mix the spinach, cream cheese, and parmesan cheese together and add in some salt to taste. After this, spoon the mixture onto the individual pieces of bread and place into the oven. Let cook on a high temperature until the top and sides of the toast are light brown....
To make chocolate chip cookies you will need flour, baking soda, salt, butter, white sugar, brown sugar, vanilla extract, eggs, chocolate chips, a small and large mixing bowl, a measuring cup, a stirring spoon, a baking sheet pan, and an oven. First, preheat your oven to 375 degrees. Put 1 1/8 cups of flour, 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda, and 1/2 teaspoon of salt in a small bowl. In a large bowl put one stick of softened butter, 3/8 cup of white sugar, 3/8 cup of brown sugar, and 1/2 teaspoon o...
In this tutorial, we learn how to make toasted rice cereal puppy chow. You will need: 9 c toasted rice cereal, a spoon, powdered sugar, 2 caps of vanilla extract, 1/2 stick butter, 1/2 c peanut butter, 1 c chocolate chips, and three bags. First, pour your cereal into a large bowl and then combine chocolate chips, peanut butter, and butter in bowl. Then, microwave the mixture for a couple minutes until it's melted, stirring every few seconds. After it's melted, pour into your bowl of cereal an...
The art of the potato chip. You can make them the fancy way. You can make them the lazy way. Or you can try the Serious Eats way: extra crunchy.
The biggest thing that scares us when we're out to make something from a recipe is, well, the recipe. Usually you can't get away with anything less than ten items on the ingredients list, all of which we have to scour for in our pantry or purchase at the store.
During the holidays, nothing beats the satisfying taste of Brie cheese encrusted in puff pastry. Holiday Kitchen shows you how it's done with this Brie en Croûte recipe that's a must-serve appetizing classic any time of year. To spice up the classic French treat, they've added cranberries, apricots and almonds, dressing it up especially for the holidays
Nothing beats an appetizer packed with healthy spinach and delightful cheeses. It's the perfect party snack, and in this video, you'll learn the recipe for Spinach & Cheese Swirls from Holiday Kitchen. These spinach and cheese appetizers are made with puff pastry, and look so good, your friends will think you're hiding the caterer!
If Brie is your favorite kind of cheese— soft, mild and creamy, yet firm— then you have to try this appetizer recipe! It's called Candied Walnut-Brie Pockets, and it's great for snacking, parties and more! Any cheese lover won't be able to resist these "Brie en croûte" style treats, a French cuisine term which translates as "Brie in a crust". But these isn't just merely crusted Brie— the tempting taste of the candied walnuts adds perfection to this recipe from Holiday Kitchen.
Looking for the new hit appetizer for your party? You may have just found it. This recipe from Holiday Kitchen is for Puff Pockets with smoked Gouda, apples and chives inside. It's easy to prepare, plus the combination of these unique flavors makes for a super special treat for all of your guests, paired perfectly with a glass of wine.
Add a healthy twist to your puff pastries and make an elegant appetizer perfect for any party. It's not quite a dessert, but it still taste like one, with cherry tomatoes being the key ingredient. This recipe from Holiday Kitchen will show you how to make these wonderful little Tomato Jewels, a yummy and appetizing little gem.
Despite what this cookie's name may imply, these monster cookies are not in any way related to monsters or to Halloween. Rather, the term "monster cookies" comes from the simple fact that these doughy goodies contain everything you could possibly imagine a cookie to have.
Before you make a batch of any kind of french fries, you should check out this video to learn how to slice russet potatoes into perfect 1/4 inch batons ready for frying. Knife skills are super important to master when it comes to professional-looking french fries that are evenly fried.
When you think about french fries, you probably start picturing greasy strips of potatoes, deep fried and crispy to perfection. But who ever said french fries had to be made out of potatoes?
No self-respecting Halloween celebration would be complete without a fair share of caramel apples and witch-themed goodies for kids and adults alike to nom on.
In this video, we learn how to make vegan raw flax chips and pico dip. To start, you will cook flax seeds in a pan, then cut them into pieces that are similar to the shape of tortilla chips. After this, place the chips into a dehydrator and salt them. After they are dehydrated, they will be hard and taste delicious. You can add in spices to these chips when you cook them if you wish. After this, make pico de gallo for the chips by mixing together avocado, chilies, limes, tomatoes, and onions....
In this video, we learn how to make vegetarian Oriental Shumai. You will need: 1/2 c onion, 1.5 c chopped Napa cabbage, 1 tbsp minced garlic, 1/4 c grated carrot, sesame oil, 1/4 c chopped green onion, 2 tsp grated ginger, 1/4 c chopped water chestnuts, 3/4 c bulgur wheat, 2 tbsp cilantro, 1 1/4 c water, 1 tbsp hoisin sauce, 1/2 c teriyaki marinade, and wonton wrappers. First, sautŽ the onion and garlic with 1 tbsp sesame oil until tender, then add in ginger and sautŽ for 1 min. Next, add in ...
A quick and easy hors de ouevre made by wrapping a piece of thinly sliced prosciutto around a piece of gorgonzola cheese, fresh arugula, currants and pine nuts. Then toast briefly in a toaster oven (making sure it doesn't burn!) and then serve at your next party or gathering.
You don't have to be a professional pastry chef to come up with sweet and chocolatey creations that all you friends will love! Check out this food video to learn how to make ice cream lollipops dipped in chocolate. You can then coat the chocolate with sprinkles, nuts, or whatever topping you'd like.
You can cook a skillet of toasted pecans to add a tasty crunch for salads and desserts. Toast pecans with a little butter and sugar in your oven. You can even eat them as a tasty snack! This recipe can be made in your oven, on the stove top or even a microwave!
Bento is a delicious way to bring a nutritious and artistic lunch on the go. Put together a traditional Japanese lunch box (bentobox) using fun foods. Construct cute foods, like rice bunnies and flower garnishes from cucumbers and tomatoes.
A seafood wrap is the best way to eat lunch! And Woman's Day Magazine tells you just how to make this simple seafood salad sandwich. It only takes three ingredients, which include flour wraps, lettuce leaves and a pound of deli-style seafood salad. That's it. Just wrap up the lettuce and seafood salad in the flour tortillas and serve!
Whether you're making pumpkin pie or carving jack-o'-lanterns during Halloween, make sure you save those pumpkin seeds, because they're a great source of fiber and can be a tasty snack. The best thing about baking pumpkin seeds is that you can get really creative with the flavor. In this video recipe, you'll learn how to make a spicy chipotle chili pepper, garlic powder and Worcestershire sauce flavored batch of roasted pumpkin seeds.
If you're a fan of Sicilian foods, you might also like these chickpea fritters. They're crispy golden triangles of fried chickpea dough. Yum! These crispy chickpea fritters, known as panel, are crunchy and salty Sicilian street treats. And it only takes a few ingredients! This is great for a savory appetizer or a quick dazzle-your-friends snack.
Fries are such a killer food. They're beloved as the favorite "vegetable" of kids and adults everywhere, yet they are one of the absolute worst foods you can eat if you want to, you know, live past 40, containing high levels of saturated and trans fats that clog your arteries and lead to lots of gnarly diseases.
In this video, we learn how to make "cheezy quackers" crackers. To make these you will need: 1/4 non dairy butter, 1/4 c water, 1 tsp fine sea salt, 1/2 tsp black pepper, 1/3 c nutritional yeast, and 1 c flour. First, combing the salt, pepper, yeast, and flour together in a large bowl, then combine with butter in a mixer until it becomes coarse. Add in water and mix until a dough forms. Roll this out, then place on two cookie sheets and bake in the oven at 350 degrees after you have cut in sm...
You know how people always get frustrated when they open up a Valentine's Day chocolate gift box to find no labeling device for the chocolates there, forcing them to taste test each one to see if they like 'em? Recreate this frustration and relish in the schadenfreude by baking these melt in your mouth chocolate bars, each one filled with something different, from caramel and peanuts to almonds and more chocolate.
Is it tea time once again? We're sure you and your guests adore your cucumber and mayo tea sandwiches and your onion-marinated mushrooms, but how about spicing things up once in a while? While you don't usually imagine Moroccan cookies when you think about high English tea, these Moroccan cookies may just be the perfect compliment to a fresh kettle of Earl Gray.
We don't know about you, but we're getting a little tired of baking the same old sugar cookies and fudge brownies over and over again. So we were really excited to find this recipe for baking a traditional Moroccan treat that's been around for centuries.
Granola bars taste better when you make them right in your own kitchen. And this is the perfect recipe for you to try out. They're jam-packed full of seeds, nuts and carrots, and they're made with all natural ingredients, and are very healthy and easy to make!
Try making your own granola bars instead of buying them at the grocery store. You could just surprises yourself. They may taste better. Start out by trying this recipe for peanut butter and banana nut granola bars. They're made of all natural and healthy ingredients, plus they're a cinch to whip up!
This is a dangerous recipe for anyone who's a serious connoisseur of chocolate. Those who love chocolate (chocoholics, if you will) dig just about anything and everything coated with cacao plant treat, but this recipe for chocolate peanut rocks coated with coconut flakes will just about burst your taste buds and get you eating them nonstop.
Snowballs are usually associated with the winter holidays and Christmas (who could forget the most famous snowball of all time, Frosty?). But that doesn't mean you can't enjoy their plump, cute round shape the rest of the year?
Have you ever wondered what it would taste and feel like to take a bit fat bite out of a supersized Twix bar? No, we're not talking about the King Size Twix bars you can get at Target. We're talking a goddamn cake-sized Twix bar.
Don't worry, no hedgehogs were harmed in the making of this video (at least none that we know of). And you won't have to sacrifice any hedgehogs either in order to make this mouthwatering orgasm on your tongue. Hedgehog slices are like brownies at the Olympic level. Chocolate chips and chocolate dough? Pssh, we're talking sumptuous dark chocolate, peanuts, saltanas, cookies, and more butter than even Paula Deen would use.
What You Will Need. Tortilla ( Any kind will do. Adjust to your taste.)