How To: Cook a prime rib eye steak on an outdoor grill

In this tutorial, we learn how to cook a prime rib steak on an outdoor grill. Before you begin, heat your grill up for 15-20 minutes. Now, prepare your steak by sprinkling salt and pepper on all sides of it. Now, place the steak on the grill so that it's not directly on the heat. Cook this on both sides, then add two pats of butter on the top of it when it's almost done cooking. Keep grilling the steak until it's to the temperature you prefer. When finished, let the steak sit for 10 minutes, ...

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How To: Trim lamb shoulder

In this video, we learn how to trim a lamb shoulder with Lidia Bastianich. Start off with your raw piece of meat laid out in front of you. You will want to trim the meat around the outside where the most fat lies. Remove the fat that is excessive with a sharp knife. Cut as close to the bone as possible, then trim off the excess fat. Remember, some fat is good to keep on the meat for flavor. Cut the meat into cubes after you have removed the fat from it. Once finished, you will be able to roas...

How To: Make grilled Spanish mustard beef/carne asada

Carne asada means nothing more than "grilled meat" in Spanish, and it can be prepared in a myriad of different ways to produce anything from chopped beef for a taco to a whole beef cut to be enjoyed with a side salad. If you're a beef man and/or are looking for a new recipe that'll be succulent on the grill, then check this one out.

How To: Prepare a gourmet beef stroganoff

This video tells us the method to prepare a gourmet beef stroganoff. Take 3/4lb sirloin steak tip. Cover it with 1 teaspoon of soya sauce. Cover it and put in the refrigerator for 15 to 20 minutes. Take 1/2 teaspoon of mustard, 1 teaspoon of sugar and 1/4 teaspoon of black pepper. After this, heat 1/2 teaspoon of salad oil and let it smoke at medium high. Brown both sides of the meat. Take out the meat when the internal temperature registers 125 10 130 degrees fahrenheit. Add 1/2 lb mushrooms...

How To: Cook a Porterhouse steak

This video Ben shows us how he cooks a porterhouse steak. He also likes potatoes with the steak. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees and keep your steak out at room temperature. Fist off he sliced the potatoes into sixteen wedges. The potatoes then get placed on a lightly oiled piece of tin foil. Drizzle some butter and garlic on the potatoes right before you place them in the oven. Rinse the steak and pat in dry with a paper towel. Rub salt on one side of the steak, fresh peppercorn and salt on ...

How To: Make sausage rolls in your own kitchen

Making your own sausage rolls lets you add the exact ingredients you wish to include. This instructional video demonstrates how easy it is to make traditional sausage rolls using basic cooking equipment. When they're finished, simply eat the sausage rolls with a dollop of ketchup and enjoy.

How To: Make hot summer sausage

Turn up the heat, and learn how to make hot summer sausage sure to spice up any meal! Hot summer sausage is nothing without peppers. You'll need Red Serrano peppers for color and Habaneras for the heat! Deseed and dice the Red Serrano peppers and finely mince the habaneras in a food processor. Add these freshly chopped and minced peppers to your meat and spice mix. After combining these ingredients well, put the sausage mixture into the hopper and dispense the mixture into the sausage casing....

How To: Barbecue beef ribs

Watch this video for a delicious and easy Barbecue Beef ribs recipe from BBQTalk. Ingredients: 1 rack of beef ribs, rosemary, olive oil, kosher salt, pepper, Beef broth, Red Wine. Cut in the middle of each ribs. In a container, mix rosemary, olive oil, kosher salt and pepper. Layer the ribs in a pan. Rub with the rosemary mixture. Put the beef broth and a splash of red wine at the bottom of the pan. Season with salt and pepper. Pop it in the oven or barbecue grill . Cook at 250 degrees F for ...

How To: Cook a perfect crackling pork chop

This video shows you how to prepare a pork chop with perfect crackling. First, you will need to cut the rind, making hash marks along its’ sides. Then, you will need to season it well, with sea salt and crushed back pepper. Place it in the oven with potatoes: they should be clean and quartered. When the pork chop and potatoes are in the oven, you may prepare sweet peas for your side dish. Cook entry until the rind is crispy, and the meat is still moist. Do not over cook. When the pork chops a...

How To: Make beef jerky from top round slices

Learn how to make beef jerky from top round slices by following a few simple steps. First you'll be cutting beef top round roast into 1/4" strips with the grain. You'll then be shown a selection of spices and sauces necessary to season the meat. After mixing the proper spices and sauces, you'll then add a bit of water to the ingredients so that you can drench the top round slices in the mixture. Once the meat is drenched in the liquid you'll be shown how to put the meat and liquid in a Ziploc...

How To: Heat hot dogs in a thermos for a quick on the go meal

For kids and grown ups, hot dogs are a staple of the American diet. But try to bring one with to school, or work, without a microwave isn't exactly tasty, and trying to eat them either cold and uncooked or heated early and then eaten later is not the best way to go. In this video you will learn how to make a hot dog in a piping hot thermos that will keep it hot enough until you pull it out for lunch.

How To: Reheat pre-cooked sausage so it's ready fast

In this tutorial, learn how to fake sous vide sausage and reheat it so it's ready when you need it. If you are unsure when your guests will arrive or when you will actually be eating - then use this simple method. By keeping your sausage in boiling water, you will save the flavor and keep it cooked for as long as you need, before you get it onto the plate. Check out this clip for the full details and enjoy!

How To: Make a cross rib pot roast in a pressure cooker

This recipe shows you how to make an Exquisite Pot Roast in a pressure cooker. For this recipe, you will need the following ingredients: a pot roast, 5 onions, coriander, mustard seeds, and veal stock. In the base of the pressure cooker, brown beef in fat. Remove beef and set it aside. Add in 5 sliced onions. Add in ground coriander and mustard seeds. Sauté. Add in veal stock. When the broth is warm, add in the meat. Carefully, attach the pressure cooker lid. Increase the temperature. Cook fo...

How To: Cook a ribeye steak in 1 minute with Gordon Ramsay

According to Gordon Ramsey there are only a few but very important steps to take when cooking a rib eye steak.The first thing to remember is that the tools and seasonings are almost as important as the main dish.You should pick out ingredients that are as fresh as possible such as rosemary,olive oil,salt,pepper,garlic and butter.You can let god quality tools like a knife and griddle do most of your work for you.And lastly you should choose a quality side dish like artichokes to make your rib ...

How To: Make a brisket with Myron Mixon's "hot & fast" method

Use Myron Mixon's "hot and fast" method outlined in this tutorial to learn how to make brisket. You will need Rocky Richmond's all-purpose rub and a piece of brisket. Pat down the rub ensuring that it sticks to the meat properly and be liberal when you put the rub on it. Then, apply mustard to your meat, which adds extra flavor and makes sure the rub adheres. Make sure to rub the mustard in. Then, reapply another coating of the rub. Do this same thing with the other side of the brisket. After...

How To: Prepare BBQ ribs country style

Around here we call them "Jacks Ribs" but typically they are known as Country Style Pork Ribs. They are simple to grill and a great recipe to have on hand if you need a quick and easy meal from the BBQ grill. Although most Rib men describe this cut more as a "chop" than "rib", the pork industry prefers to call them Ribs. So Ribs they are!

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