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How To : Make crispy popovers with a custard filling

If you haven't tried popovers then you haven't experienced an experience that's equivalent to having fireworks lighting up in your mouth. With the fluffiest crust ever that resembles a muffin top and a hollow center just big enough to fill with custard or chocolate, it combine ...more

How To : Create a puff-pastry cornucopia

In this video we learn how to make a puff-pastry cornucopia. This is a great centerpiece for Thanksgiving and can be used to hold different foods such as buiscuts or finger sandwiches. First we need to form the mold for the cornucopia. You take some tin foil and make about 13- ...more

How To : Make authentic Lebanese pita bread

The pita bread at authentic Lebanese restaurants is to die for! It's the best part of Lebanese cuisine, so how to you make it? This video will share Dmitra "Dima" Khoury's family recipe for pita bread, perfect as any meal companion. While growing up in Lebanon, Dmitra helped ...more

How To : Make saj bread

Saj bread is a flat round bread baked on an upside down iron wok hot surface. It is baked on a domed or convex metal griddle, known as saj. This is an easy recipe to make it.

How To : Make fluffy, buttery popovers easily

It really doesn't take a lot of cooking know how - or an ingredients list longer than the last "Harry Potter" book - to create a delicious dish. In this recipe video the focus is on side dishes. Popovers are hollow, fluffy rolls made from an egg batter that are delicious on t ...more

How To : Bake paratha

Paratha are an Indian unleavened bread and an integral part of many Indian meals. Any subzi (vegetable) or curry dish can be fabulous when accompanied with fresh, hot parathas. Note: Chapatis are cooked without oil whereas Parathas are pan fried.

How To : Make decorative loaves of bread

In this "Baking With Julia" episode, Julia Child demonstrates how to make decorative loaves of bread. This section of the video shows you how to make the dough. Make decorative loaves of bread. Click through to watch this video on pbs.org

How To : Make homemade valentine's hot chocolate stones

In this tutorial, we learn how to make homemade valentine's hot chocolate stones. First, take 8 oz of a good dark chocolate and chop it up. Place this in a bowl, then add in 1/8 tsp of chipotle peppers. Also add in a pinch of salt, then add in 1/2 c of heavy cream to a skillet ...more

How To : Make Indian naan bread

Naan is the perfect accompaniment to lots of Indian meals, as well as stews and soups from all over the world. In this cooking tutorial, learn how to easily make this delicious Indian bread. You Will Need: • 1 package (.25 oz.) active, dry yeast • 3 tbsp. milk • 1 egg, bea ...more

How To : Make fresh bagels with Julia Child

In this "Baking With Julia" episode, Julia Child demonstrates how to make fresh bagels. Be careful to avoid developing a skin on the outside of the bagel. Yeast is a necessary ingredient in this homemade recipe. Make fresh bagels with Julia Child. Click through to watch this v ...more

How To : Make Indian puri for pani puri

In this video, we learn how to make Indian puri for pani puri. Ingredients are: 1/2 c Fine Sooji, 1/4 tsp salt, 1/8 tsp baking powder, 1/4 c warm water, 1 tbsp all purpose flour, 1 tsp oil, and oil for deep frying. Start off by mixing the Sooji, salt, and baking powder togethe ...more

How To : Make Mediterranean pita bread

In this tutorial, we learn how to make Mediterranean pita bread. First, you will need to gather, flour, sugar, yeast, salt olive oil, and water to make this. Now, measure out 1 tsp of sugar and empty 1 packet of yeast into it, then add 1/2 c of warm water. Let this sit for aro ...more

How To : Make chapati atta (dough) in bulk

In order to make chapati atta dough in bulk, you will need 20 lbs. bag of flour, Place 1.5 cups of flour in the food processor. Add ¼ tsp salt and 1 T. of oil. Mix well. Slowly add 1/2 cup of warm water to the food processor while it begins to form a ball. Kneed it into a ba ...more

How to Make Indian food : Chapati or Roti (flatbread)

Indian foods enthusiast, Sheba Fehmi demonstrates how to make roti, a popular Indian styled food. The dough for the roti is fast to make using a food processor, and then it is rolled using a rolling pin into a thin circular shape. The dough is then cooked onto a frying pan unt ...more

How To : Bake Homemade Dinner Rolls from Scratch

Dinner rolls help complete any decent family meal, but can the frozen dinner rolls in lieu of some fresh, homemade ones! You won't believe how easy rolls are to make, and once you hop in the kitchen and try them out, you'll never go back to the mediocre store brought brands. T ...more

How To : Make besan puda (pancakes) with spring onions

This may come as a shock, but there are more styles of pancakes than just the sweet, fluffy one topped with butter and maple syrup. In fact, pancakes need not be sweet at all. Take a walk on the culinary wild side by making savory pancakes. Check out this video to learn how t ...more

How To : Bake "No Knead Bread"

In this tutorial, we learn how to bake no knead bread. First, add in 3 c of flour to a large mixing bowl. Next, add in 1/4 tsp of active or instant yeast and 1 tbsp of salt. Next, add in 1.5 c of warm water and mix all ingredients together. Now, cover this with plastic wrap an ...more

How To : Make roti or an Indian tortilla

This is a video tutorial describing how to make an Indian dish. This dish is a roti or an Indian tortilla. The first step is to gather all of the ingredients. You will need water, flour, oil, salt, and garlic salt. The first thing you will start with is flour. Add flour to you ...more

How To : Revive stale bread

Everything old is new again – even stale bread, if you know a quick trick. You Will Need * Stale bread * Ice cube or water * Aluminum foil * Paper towel and microwave * Steamer and pan Step 1 Preheat your oven to 375 degrees. Step 2 Rub an ice cube or drizzle some water over ...more

How To : Make Indian bread pakora with Manjula

Watch as Manjula prepares Indian pakora. This bread makes a delicious appetizer or finger food. For this recipe you will need: 4 firm white bread 1 cup gram flour (besan) 1 tablespoon rice flour 1 teaspoon salt Pinch of asafetida (hing) 1 teaspoon cumin seed 2 finely chopped ...more

How To : Make homemade banana bread

Instead of throwing out bananas that become overripe, you can use them to make fresh banana bread. Learn how to make this simple yet delicious treat. You will need sugar, vegetable oil, egg, bananas, flour, salt and baking soda. The bananas should be very, very ripe -- almost ...more

How To : Make croissants from scratch

This video shows how to make light, flaky croissants from scratch. The ingredients needed are flour, active dry yeast, sugar, salt, warm milk and butter. You will also need an egg beaten with some water for the egg wash. Place the flour, salt, sugar, milk and yeast into the m ...more

How To : Make Saj bread AKA Markouk

Saj bread, also called Markouk, is a type of flat bread common in the middle eastern countries. It is baked on a domed or convex metal griddle, known as Saj. Similar to the procedures for making other flat breads, the dough of Saj bread is flattened and kept very thin prior to ...more

How To : Make Indian pani puri snacks

Instead of serving the same old biscuits, mashed potatoes and gravy for dinner tonight, why not take your family on an exotic taste adventure by fixing them pani puri? Pani puri is a puffed Indian flat bread that can be served with condiments like mint, tamarind water, and chi ...more

How To : Knead bread dough by hand

In this Food video tutorial you will learn how to knead bread dough by hand. Kneading is the key to creating a perfect dough. This allows the dough to stretch and rise as the yeast grows. Kneading determines how your bread will turn out. If you have a mixer with a dough hook, ...more

How To : Make aloo paratha

In this video you will learn how to make aloo paratha (potato stuffed indian bread). Paratha is a stuffed version of chapati.

How To : Make a crusty and crispy French bread

With a stand mixer, making bread has never been easier. So, if in the past, you've shied away from making bread because of its complicated process, you don't need to worry anymore, especially with this crusty French bread. But don't be fooled by the crisply baked (but deliciou ...more

How To : Make homemade donuts and donut holes

Every now and then we all have carvings for sweet delicious donuts, and we all know they are best when they are fresh! With this simple guide, learn how to make your very own fluffy donuts and donut wholes. Lets face it; sometimes we just get a craving for doughnuts. Avoid th ...more

How To : Braid puff pastry

The flaky, buttery qualities of puff pastry make it ideal for strudel. Look for it in the freezer aisle of the grocery store. Watch this video to learn how to braid puff pastry to make delicious strudel.

How To : Make fun bread animals with your kids

Teach your children how to bake the fun way! Start with some basic bread dough and the roll them out into fun animal shapes. The ingredients are: 1 packet of yeast, 2 cups warm water, 2 tablespoons sugar, 1/4 cup vegetable pil, 5 cups flour, 2 teaspoons salt and nonstick cooki ...more

How To : Make sada roti from Trinidad and Tobago

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make Sada Roti. The ingredients required are: 3 cups of all purpose flour, 1 tsp of baking powder, 1-2 cups of water and a dash of salt. Mix all the ingredients together to form a dough mixture. Then cover the bowl with the mixture ...more

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