Ingredients 2 cups grated cassava
To keep your cake from sticking, many a time a recipe will suggest you line the bottom of your pan with parchment paper. Here's an easy way to cut a round of parchment paper that will fit your pan perfectly each and every time! Watch and learn how easy it is to prepare round bakings pans.
In this video, Cedric Begiun shows us how to make peanute butter truffle ganache. First, put cream and powdered sugar into a sauce pan and simmer it. Once it comes to a simmer you will pour peanut butter chips into it. Next, mix this together with a whisk or spatula. A whisk will cool the mixture down faster because it creates air bubbles. After a few minutes let it harden for a few minutes and you can place it inside of your chocolate truffles. Let this set in the fridge for several hours an...
In this video, we learn how to make cotton candy with a cotton candy machine. You will need: cotton candy machine, cone, and flavored sugar. A Gold Medal Mega Breeze cotton candy machine will work best for this recipe. First, add in your sugar to the middle of the cotton candy machine and twist the spinner head to get the sugar evenly in the head. Next, turn on the motor switch and turn on the heat switch. Grab your cotton candy cone and catch the cotton candy with the cone as it comes out of...
In the mood for a tasty dessert? This Austrian dessert should do the trick, plus it's super easy to make! It's one of Central Europe's favorite sweets. It's Austrian-German name of kaiserschmarrn, translates to "emperor mishmash," but it's usually called simply emperor's crumbs. In Hungary, it's referred to as császármorzsa, or sometimes just smarni.
All you need is salt, ice, milk, sugar, and a bicycle to make ice cream in 10 minutes. The ice cream maker is mounted onto your bike. As you pedal, it churns the ice cream. After ten minutes, delicious ice cream is created from your pedal power. Pedal-powered deliciousness!
Tres Leches literally means three milks in French, so a Tres Leches cake is a cake made from, well, three types of milk. This decadent and fluffy cake is made from a spongy cake soaked in milk syrup. This milk syrup contains evaporated milk, condensed milk, and heavy cream.
Interested in using a bread maker to make a healthy carrot cake? It's easier than you'd think. So easy, in fact, that this free video cooking lesson can present a complete overview of the cooking process in about five minutes. For more information, including the full recipe, and to get started making your own carrot cake, watch this culinary guide.
Usually there's no going back after you've baked something. Did your chocolate souffle come out bad because you didnt add enough sugar? Too bad, because you can't remix the results and then bake it again.
Attention all ice cream lovers — drop the ice cream and pick up the gelato! You won't regret it. At least, not with this fantastic recipe for a really simple mango gelato. The tropical fruit is the key to this mouth-watering gelato. Sweet and juicy mango is puréed and added to a smooth custard of eggs, sugar, milk and heavy cream. Pastry Chef Meghann Osmon of BINA restaurant effortlessly takes us through the process of making great gelato.
In this tutorial, learn how to make delicious French profiteroles for dessert with Ina Garten of the Food Network's Barefoot Contessa.
This is most dramatic technique you'll use in the kitchen. Watch this how to video and impress your friends with your new cooking skills.
In this video, we learn how to make brown sugar cocoa fudge icing. You will need: 2 c brown sugar, 1 stick butter, 4 tbsp cocoa, 4 tbsp milk, 1 tsp vanilla extract, and 1 tsp baking soda. To start, mix all the ingredients except the baking soda in a saucepan and mix until well combined. Bring to a boil for one minute then remove from the heat. Add in the baking soda and then beat until the icing is thick. After this, let it cool of and then use it for your cakes or cupcakes! You can also heat...
We swear we see someone order this dish every time we go to a Thai restaurant. Sweet sticky rice blended to a perfectly fluffy and chewy consistency, a sprinklin of sesame seeds, and juicy mango slices make this Thai sticky rice dish delectable.
Fall is officially in full swing, which means a whole new supply of in season fruits and vegetables from corn to eggplants to apples. Make use of the deliciousness of freshly picked fall apples by making this apple crisp with Rachael Ray.
Hello and Welcome to In the Kitchen with Matt, first of all, I am a big fan of Star Wars, and I LOVE Peanut Butter Cups, so in this episode we are making Star Wars Death Star Peanut Butter Cups. These treats are super creative, easy to make, and are sure to impress your friends and family that are Star Wars fans. If you have any questions or comments, put them down below and I will be sure to get back to you. Enjoy!
In this video, Titli shows us how to make kheer (Asian rice pudding). The ingredients you need are: 1 liter milk, 400 sweetened condensed milk, 1/2 c plain rice, 5 tbsp raisins, 4 tbsp sliced almonds, 1/2 tsp cinnamon powder and 1/2 tsp of cardamom powder. First, put everything but your almonds and raisins into a pan and bring the mixture to a boil. Now, turn the heat down and let the mixture simmer for around 45 minutes. Once it's finished, add in your raisins and almonds then cook for anoth...
Watch this instructional cooking video to cook a favorite Japanese dessert. Make two types of Kudzu mochi. Each recipe serves two.
Chef Markus Farbinger demonstrates how to make Viennese cardinal slice - layers of genoise-like cake and meringue with a filling of espresso whipped cream. In part one, Chef Farbinger demonstrates how to prepare the pastry tray and make meringues with a pastry bag. Make Viennese cardinal slice.
Don't buy a carrot cake from the store—make a delicious one right in your own kitchen with your own two hands. A homemade carrot cake is always more appreciated and enjoyable than a store-bought one. So try this recipe out! This gorgeous carrot cake boasts three layers. The various textures of shredded carrots, chopped pineapple, and velvety cream cheese frosting combine to make every bite memorable. And wait until you see how it's decorated. A winning technique from Clare Garland of Ashmont ...
A dessert inspired by a snake? Er, okay, maybe that doesn't sound very appetizing to you, but we promise that this Moroccan dessert is not scary or scaly at all. In fact, this traditional Moroccan treat, called a M'Hanncha, only resembles a snake in the way it's rolled into a long rope and then curled into itself (like a snake).
Dissolve yeast and 1 1/2 teaspoonful of white sugar in lukewarm water. Mix until bubbly then set aside.
Puto is pronounced "poo too" in most Filipino dialects. There are many ways to make it as there are many variations. From family to family, they taste similar even if the recipes vary.
Todd Wilbur of Top Secret Recipes is at it again. In this installment, Todd shows us how to make an Oreo cookie from scratch. For all of the delicious details, including a complete recipe, watch this free video cooking lesson.
Stay tuned for the always enjoyable Cooking With Dog. This cooking show is hosted by a DOG named Francis! The show currently focuses on how to make popular Japanese dishes. This video demonstrates how to make Sweet Potato (Dessert Made from Sweet Potatoes), a Japanese dessert.
Known as Dragon's Beard, Pashmak, or Pishmaniye, hand pulled cotton candy is more than just a carny treat- it's a worldwide delicacy. The French Culinary Institute's Cooking Issues demonstrates how to make a delicious, exotic rendition of the classic American cotton candy without a machine. All it takes is a little food science and worldly know how.
Chef John from Food Wishes has created this video tutorial on how to make a butter pie dough from scratch. First, chop up two sticks of unsalted butter and put it in the freezer. Next, weigh out you flour. It should be exactly 12 ounces. Add a half teaspoon of salt. Put the flour and the frozen butter slices in your food processor. Pulse on an off until the mixture looks like coarse crumbs - not too fine, but no big chunks either. Add half of the mixture of ice water and apple cider vinegar. ...
Ingredients: 4 cups uncooked white rice
This how to video describes how to create tasty ice cream in a home blender! First you gather your ingredients including anything you want in your ice cream. The video suggests you use: 2 cups of cream, 2 cups of milk, some vanilla, and half a cup of sugar. Using this base you can create a tasty vanilla ice cream! After that you simply blend it up for two minuets then stick it in the freezer and you are left with tasty delicious ice cream.
Paula Deen whips up a decadently rich peanut butter no-bake pie. Watch and see how easy it is to whip up this peanut butter pie recipe. This cooking how-to video is part of Paula's Home Cooking show hosted by Jamie Deen, Paula Deen. Paula Deen, owner of Lady and Sons, a famous Savannah restaurant, is Food Network's resident southern chef. Step inside her kitchen and discover delicious food that's both uncomplicated and comforting. For example, this peanut butter pie.
Melted chocolate has many uses and there are several ways of melting chocolate. In this how to video Chef Paul explains the process of melting chocolate. You can use a simulated double boiler with two bowls or the microwave to temper chocolate.
Yup, so I turned them vegan. The full recipe can be found here, or you can watch the video that I made on YouTube. Take a look at the ingredients below the video.
This one's vegan! Yes, Himalayan rock salt (sorry caramel, this one's only with chocolate) makes this recipe amazing. You'll also find no butter, no milk and no other dairy products (yes these cake pops are 100% dairy free)in this recipe, so it's perfect for the vegan you love! :)
Whether you're ready for it or not, Valentine's Day is only a week away. Which means it's prime time to start thinking about gifts (sorry guys, $5 chocolates from the gas station won't do) and Valentine's Day dinner.
Pound cake, with its heavenly fluffy consistency and sweet by not too sweet flavor, is just about perfect on its own. But add a little zest here and a little sugar glaze there and you've got a decadent dessert.
Do you like making fun-shaped cookies? Have you grown tired of the cookie cutter cookie cutters you can buy at the store? Watch this video to learn how you can easily make your own cookie cutters in whatever shape you want!
Pumpkin pie is one of my favorite desserts and of great mystery to me. I've made it with fresh pumpkin and homemade crust. I've made it with canned pumpkin and frozen crust. They came out nearly identical. Yet I've had fluffy, perfect to-die-for pumpkin pie at Los Angeles' widely popular Urth Cafe (which I haven't been able to replicate at home). What's the secret recipe to truly out of the box pumpkin pie?
This is a quick baking tip to increase your amount of icing. Does the can of frosting you bought at the store not have enough to frost your cakes or cupcakes? Use this quick tip to easily double the amount of canned frosting you have for your desserts!
Did you know that French crepes are actually a cousin to the American pancake? Yeah, we know, the difference is astounding. Not that we don't like pancakes, but crepes are just so much more delicate and thin, and taste sweet but not overly sweet like many pancakes with their pancake syrup.
In this tutorial, we learn how to make Japanese tofu flan. First, make caramel sauce by heating up 30g of sugar with 2 tbsp water in a saucepan. When finished, grind your tofu up then add with 2 oz of water and place into the blender. When finished, pour into a bowl and set aside. In a separate bowl, beat 2 whole eggs then add in 50 grams of sugar, and 45 cc of fresh cream. Stir this slowly avoiding any bubbles being added to the mixture. Now, combine all ingredients except the caramel, and s...