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postheadericon How to Cook Traditional Karen Mushroom Soup

How to Cook Traditional Karen Mushroom Soup

Mushroom soup is popular among the Karen people. This soup is easy to cook and does not cost a lot. Ad Ingredients 1 liter of water 1/4 kg of mushroom 1 tablespoon of rice power 1 lemongrass 1 onion (medium) 1/2 teaspoon of salt 1/2 teaspoon of sugar Steps 1 Sink the rice into water for 3 minutes. Then, remove the water and pound it until the rice become small crystals. 2 Boil the water into a pot. 3 Slice the onion. 4 When the water is boiling add the…

postheadericon How to Cook Vegetarian Food That Non Vegetarians Will Enjoy

How to Cook Vegetarian Food That Non Vegetarians Will Enjoy

Tired of your meat-eating friends turning up their noses at your carefully prepared vegetarian dishes? You’re not alone. Here are some ways to create meals that both vegetarians and carnivores can enjoy. 1 Use substitute meat products, such as soy burgers or tofu pepperoni. Look for high quality products which simulate both the taste and texture of the desired meat product. 2 Cook recipes as you normally would, using the substitute meat. These products are great on the grill, in stews, or in sandwiches. 3 Use alternative protein sources, such…

postheadericon How to Cook Onion for Curries in a Pressure Cooker

How to Cook Onion for Curries in a Pressure Cooker

Many of the popular curries like butter chicken, regular chicken, or goat curry require onions to be cooked down slowly. It can be a time consuming process. Cooking the onions in a pressure cooker can save a lot of prep time. This will also speed up the cooking process. 1 Freeze a 2-3 pound bag of onions for 15 minutes. This will allow the juices of the onions to get cold and ensure that the process of dicing them is easy on the eyes. 2 Peel the onions. 3 Dice…

postheadericon How to Cook Using Sous Vide

How to Cook Using Sous Vide

Sous-vide, which is French for “under vacuum”, also called cryovacing, is a method of cooking that is intended to maintain the integrity of ingredients by heating them for an extended period of time at relatively low temperatures. It was developed by Georges Pralus in the mid-1970s. It uses airtight plastic bags placed in hot water, which results in more flavorful and nutritious food because flavor compounds don’t evaporate and the off-flavors of oxidation don’t emerge. Sous-vide is used mainly in restaurants by professional cooks, but others are also beginning to…

postheadericon How to Cook Hemp Seeds for Eating

How to Cook Hemp Seeds for Eating

Three Methods:Toasting Hemp SeedsPowder Hemp SeedsProcessed Hemp SeedsCommunity Q&A Hemp seeds are rich in protein, fiber and fatty acids, making them on par with other healthy seeds, like pumpkin and flax. Keep your hemp seeds in an airtight container in the refrigerator before you are ready to use them. They make a great addition to salads, baked goods, snacks and yogurt. Method 1 Toasting Hemp Seeds 1 Purchase whole hemp seeds from your bulk natural food store. Think of one serving as 2 tbsp. (10g) and multiply accordingly. 2 Heat…

postheadericon How to Cook Vegetable Curry

How to Cook Vegetable Curry

Hungry? Here’s a how to guide for making a quick simple inexpensive but authentic vegetable curry. 1 Chop the onions and garlic and grind them well. Fry the onions until golden brown, along with ginger and garlic. 2 Cube potatoes and other vegetables. 3 Add the vegetables to the fried onion mixture, then add Cumin powder, Coriander powder, Turmeric,Paprika, 2-3 freshly chopped Chillies, plus a little Salt; also add a little toasted Cumin powder. A small amount of Cinnamon and/or Fennel powder can be added as an option if desired….

postheadericon How to Cook a Veggie Stir Fry

How to Cook a Veggie Stir Fry

A quick and simple recipe for a vegetarian friendly stir fry. Ad Ingredients Napa Cabbage Snow Peas Bag frozen broccoli Bag frozen cauliflower Raw Mushrooms Cashews 3tbs Soy Sauce 1/2tsp Ground Ginger 1/2tsp Garlic Powder 1tsp Corn Starch 1/4cup Water Steps 1 Shred cabbage. Place desired amount of cabbage in bowl. 2 Cut the ends of each pea pod and place pods in bowl. 3 Slice mushrooms. Set aside for later. 4 Place skillet on stove. Turn stove on medium heat. 5 Pour in soy sauce. 6 Add all vegetables…

postheadericon How to Cook Beef Heart

How to Cook Beef Heart

Beef heart is a delicous muscle. It can be seared, fried, etc. Stay tuned and find out how you can cook beef heart. Ok, CloseThis article has not yet passed wikiHow’s quality review process. Learn more Steps 1 Allow the meat to defrost and “relax” by laying it out in room temperature. This allows the muscles loosen and get into a flexible state. 2 Season the meat. A couple of seasonings you can use is: Adobo, Black Pepper, Red Pepper or Mrs.Dash. (These are what I recommend) Great favor makes…

postheadericon How to Cook Cassava Leaves

How to Cook Cassava Leaves

Two Methods:Cooking Plain Cassava LeavesCooking Cassava leaves with Impwa (Wild Aubergines)Community Q&A The cassava plant is a widely cultivated crop in West, Central and Southern Africa. in Zambia. It is popular in almost all provinces of the country. Two parts of this plant are consumed, the tubers (roots) and the leaves. The leaves are prepared in a variety of ways as a relish, eaten along with the staple traditional ‘nsima’ (a thick porridge-like food prepared from maize meal, cassava tuber meal or sorghum meal- or a mixture of these). Method…

postheadericon How to Cook Albanian Veal with Lima Beans (Mish Qingjji Me Barbunja)

How to Cook Albanian Veal with Lima Beans (Mish Qingjji Me Barbunja)

Albanian Veal With Large Lima Beans(Albanian Name: Mish Qingjji Me Barbunja) is a very tasty, traditional meal in Albania. If you want to experience its deliciousness, then carry on reading! Ad Ingredients 1 1/2 lb veal 1 large onion, grated salt, pepper, tomatoes 1 1/2 lb of large Lima beans Steps 1 Select the shoulder parts of the meat and cut them into 1″ cubes. 2 Wash and clean the meat well with cold water. 3 Slowly drain the water and place the meat in a pot together with the…