Hot Meat Recipes Posts

How To: Make perfect corndogs

Food Network star and host of Good Eats, Alton Brown, shows how the perfect corn-dog does not need fancy ingredients to be delicious. All you need to make the perfect corn-dog are regular all-beef hot dogs, chopsticks from Chinese takeout (left together), batter, and a fryer. Brown shows us his recipe for a spicy batter with jalapenos and provides guidance on the assembly line process that involves rolling the wieners in corn starch, dipping them in batter, and then frying them for four to fi...

How To: Make summer sausage using a domestic oven

This video shows you how to make summer sausage, highlighting the stuffing and cooking operations. The mixing of the meat and vacuum packing is not included. In this version, I use a domestic (residential) oven rather than the wood fired masonry unit in the back yard.

How To: Make a porterhouse florentina steak

Interested in preparing a porterhouse florentina beefsteak? 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 two minutes. For more information, including the full recipe, and to get started making your own porterhouse or t-bone steak, watch this video guide.

How To: Cook bacon on an electric stovetop

In this video, we learn how to make bacon on an electric stove top. First, having a large cast iron skillet will give you the best results when set on low then heat up to high. Add grease into the pan to heat that up as well. Next, add in some thick pepper bacon and sear the bacon. After the bacon has sat for a few seconds, flip the strips over and cover the pan with a lid. Covering it will help keep the temperature even throughout the pan. Leave the cover on for about 10 minutes, and check t...

How To: Make an Atkins low carb teriyaki stir fry

During a time when it's more important than ever to watch what you eat, more and more chefs are creating tasty dishes that are easy on the belt but full of flavor. Out of the many diets, one of the most popular is the Atkins diet. It mainly focuses on the amount of carbs you eat and how to limit them. So in this specific diet tutorial, you'll find out how to make Atkins low carb teriyaki stir fry. Ingredients are listed below, enjoy!

How To: Barbecue ham on the grill

Nothing beats this delicious county ham when you're looking for a quick and easy 5 star recipe for the barbecue grill. The term "ham" generally refer to smoke cured pork butts(shoulder) and shanks. This is a ham butt, smoke cured and available most anywhere in the States. The additional smoke process on your grill or smoker makes it a 5 star premium ham fit for a kings table! In this how to video the BBQ Pit Boys show you step by step how to keep it moist and tender with a flavor that you can...

How To: Trim and prepare a beef tenderloin for cooking

A beef tenderloin can come out dry and tough if not properly prepared. This how to video shows you how to prepare a whole beef tenderloin for smoking in the Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker. Watch and learn how simple it is to do. Start by removing the surface membranes, the fat and the strip of meat along the side of the tenderloin. Finish up by removing the silver skin which tends to make the meat curl when it cooks.

How To: Prepare a beef chuck roast stroganoff

This how to video shows you how to cook chuck roast beef stroganoff. It is a delicious family favorite that has proven itself time and time again. Chef Jean-Pierre prepares his beef stroganoff recipe with cubed and simmered chuck roast, onions, mushrooms, and sour cream, served over buttered egg noodles.

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!

How To: Cook rib eye steaks on a charcoal barbecue grill

Watch these grillmasters barbecue & cook rib eye steaks. You will need ribeye steaks, large sweet onion, diced celery, scallion, garlic glove, butter/margarine, salt and pepper. Rib eyes are also known a Delmonico steaks and in Australia known as Scotch fillet. This is one of the most tender and juiciest steaks.

How To: Grill a ribeye steak with a traditional rancher's rub

It's not just the sauce that makes the steak, it's the rub you put on the meat as well. To make the perfect rancher's rub, you need: 1/2 cup ancho chili powder (or pure chili powder), 1/2 cup mild paprika, 1/4 cup kosher salt, 1/4 cup sugar and 1 teaspoon fresh ground black pepper. Grill a ribeye steak with a traditional rancher's rub.

How To: Cook a Virginia ham

In this video, we learn how to cook a Virginia ham. First, preheat the oven to 325, then wash off your ham scrubbing it really well. After this, place the pork in a large water bath for at least a day. After it soaks, rinse it off with water again, then place in a bag and fill with 4 cups of water. Place in a baking tray, then cook 15 minutes for each pound you have. When finished, take out of the oven and take the internal temperature to make sure it's cooked all the way. Then, remove the ou...

How To: Make a fast crock-pot roast

Crock pot cooking should be in everyones arsenal if you've got a crazy 9-5 work life. In this video you will learn a basic pot roast recipe that'll give you a great hearty meal that you can serve during the week with little to no effort on your part! All you have to do is sear the meat and then dump it in the crock pot, set the time and you're on your way! In this video you will also learn some of the better vegetables to serve with your pot roast, as well as cook times and temperatures.

How To: Make meatballs using a meat grinder

In this tutorial, we learn how to make meatballs using a meat grinder. To begin, choose three of your favorite types of meat, around six pounds is enough. Trim the meat up and take any bones out. Trim most of the fat off, but you can leave some in, because it will cook out. After this, push all the meat into a meat grinder and place into a large mixing bowl. Next, add in Romano cheese and bread crumbs, then mix together thoroughly. After this, add in an egg and salt and pepper to taste. Mix t...

How To: Put a Cuban twist on classic BBQ pork ribs

Ribs are great on the grill, but skip out on the same ol' pork ribs this year, and add a little Cuban flavor to them for a surprisingly wonderful taste the whole family will be astonished by. These ribs, which are a merger of Cuban and American Country cuisines, are wonderful. The meat is so tender and flavorful. John Verlinden shares his technique for adding a flavorful rub, then roasting and grilling the ribs. Once you’ve had them, they’ll become a fixture on your cookout menus.

How To: Eat spiders (tarantulas)

Spiders. They live around you, the sleep next to, and they hide in the corners of your room. They're considered pests by most people, but to some, then considered a delicacy. Believe or not, the strongest natural fiber known is from the silk of the Nephila spider, but that spider is nothing compared to a huge, hairy, hideous tarantula. Tarantulas have been a delicacy for years. Enjoy one of these recipes when they are hot and crispy.

How To: Cook an Indian style paella

Paella, the classic Spanish dish of chicken, prawns and rice is one of the most commonly cooked dishes around the world. You can mix things up by tweaking the ingredients such as substituting basmati rice. This video will show you how to cook an Indian style paella.