How To: Cook a Simple Sinigang Na Bangus (Milkfish Stew)

Sinigang or Pinoy stew is one of the most famous and favorite meals among the Filipinos. It's also one of the most easiest to cook. Also, there are many ways to cook it, only the ingredients varies. The following tutorial is the most simplest form of cooking sinigang. This is my version of what is called sinigang na bangus.

How To: Cook a whole salmon

From the Tesco Food Club comes a delicious whole salmon recipe. Though the dish looks impressive, the actual process is fairly simple. You just wrap your fish in some foil and bake. Serve with some fresh cucumbers, and you have a dish guaranteed to refresh and impress.

How To: Bake salmon in the oven with mayonnaise and onions

Learn how to bake salmon in the oven with mayonnaise and onions in simple steps. You will need: a large onion, salmon, mayonnaise1. First peel out the outer layer of the onion, then cut it out and separate each of its layers. 2. Now slice the separated layers of the onion nicely and keep it aside. 3. Now take a suitable tray, place a piece of aluminum foil over it and spray it with butter. 4. Place the cleanly rinsed salmon on the tray and season it. 5. Add some oil to a pan, then add the sli...

How To: Cook delicious lobster tails

Burhop's Seafood near Chicago, Illinois offers full instructions for preparing delicious, rich lobster tails for a gourmet dinner. In the video, the lobster tails that are being used have been shipped to the United States from Northern Australia, but the instructor ensures the viewers that one can buy lobster tails at the local store. For optimal color and flavor, Burhop's suggests preparing the lobster tails with a pat of butter as well as a small pinch of paprika. Using this technique, you ...

How To: Sear Ahi tuna

Watch this instructional cooking video to prepare an appetizer of seared Ahi tuna on hot hot river rocks. Prepare your hot river rock by heating them on the grill for about one hour. The hot rocks will keep their heat for up to 20 minutes allowing you to sear the raw tuna bite by bite. You will need on Ahi tuna steak and a selected dipping marinade or dipping sauce to prepare this recipe.

How To: Eat starfish

Are you bored with ordinary meals? Why not tap into your adventurous side and try Starfish? Yes, that's right, those cute little fish that you see on the sand - you can eat them! So, if you are interested, check out this video and master the techniques needed to eat these spiny sea creatures.

How To: Make a quick and easy tuna melt with paprika

Original Naked Chef shows you how to make tuna cheese melt with paprika. For this you need bread, cheese, canned tuna, spring onion, mayonnaise, paprika, salt and pepper. First drain the tuna and add it to a bowl and mix it with 2 big spoons full of mayonnaise, spring onions, salt and pepper as shown. Cut the bread into chunky bits and brown it under a grill. Spread the tuna mixture graciously, top it off with cheese and paprika as shown and place in the oven till the cheese bubbles. That's i...

How To: Deep fry fishcakes

Fishcakes can be a little tricky to make. With the right batter fishcakes become much easier to make and a whole lot tastier. Make perfect fishcakes by watching this how to video tutorial.

How To: Bake Cape Cod lemon butter scrod

Scrod sounds good, right? This fish will satisfy your seafood craving. But wait… is scrod even a fish? No. If you're not from the New England-area, you probably would never know this, but scrod is not a fish at all. It's often misconceived as being a type of fish. However, scrod is a New England term that refers to any white fish that has been split and boned before sale, typically cod or haddock.

How To: Fillet a fresh snapper fish

Part of eating fresh fish involves knowing how to clean and fillet them. This cooking how-to video demonstrates the process for filleting a fresh snapper fish. Watch and learn how easy it is to remove the meaty part of the snapper to make fillets of fresh fish.

How To: Cook salmon in a Dutch oven

Think outside the box (or outside the oven for that matter) and cook some salmon in a dutch oven. It sounds like an outlandish new method, but once you try it you'll be amazed by how easy it is to cook this tasty meal. All you need to do is throw some spices on the fish and let the magic happen. This video will show you how cook salmon in a Dutch oven.

How To: Cook a halibut filet

In this tutorial, we learn how to cook a halibut filet with Dan Hernandez. To start, you will need to heat up your pan with oil on the inside of it until it's hot. While this is heating, combine salt, pepper, garlic, and crushed onions on a bowl and mix it together thoroughly. After this, apply the spice to the filet and push inside of it. Now, place the filet with the season side down onto the oil and cook until golden brown on this side. Meanwhile, make a sauce with flour, salt, milk, chees...

How To: Make grilled salmon with garlic, ginger, & basil sauce

Packed with rich omega-3 oils, fatty acids, and more protein than a WWE wrestler needs before a big match, salmon is a wonder food of sorts. Omega-3s protect heart health, boost your metabolism, and reduce inflammation (which means fewer pimples for those that are acne-ridden), while protein helps you lose weight by keeping you fuller longer.

How To: Cook whole roasted fish under salt

A whole salt-crusted fish? What does that mean? You basically cook a whole fish in a blanket of salt. Well, it's not just salt, but it's mostly salt. You bake it and then you remove the crusted salty layer before eating. You then remove the fish skin to get to the edible goodies. The salt basically dries out the skin so you can remove it.

How To: Cook a whole roasted red snapper

The red snapper. The perfect main course for any occasion. This whole roasted red snapper fish is the finest communal meal out there. A whole fish cooked on the bone, along with hearty accompaniments. The best way to cook this is by stuffing it with herbs and cooking it in foil with sausage, potatoes, clams, olives, and fennel. See if you like this great recipe.

How to Make Cioppino: A spicy fish stew

To make the fish stew start by taking a sauce pan and put some butter and olive oil in the pan. Put in cut up one white onion, one cut up rib of celery, and a pinch of salt and sauté on medium low heat for six to seven minutes until the onion is soft and golden but you don't want to brown the onion. Next put five cloves of minced garlic into the pan and sauté it for one minute and then add two cups of a good white wine. Bring the heat up to high and simmer the mixture. Add in a bay leaf, some...

How To: Clean, fillet and cook snapper fish

Fish always taste better when its is fresh. One important part of being a great cook is knowing how to clean, fillet, and cook fresh fish. This cooking how-to video shows you how to catch, fillet and cook snappers. Cook up great snapper recipes.

How To: Make a grilled Rubio's style Baja fish taco

This fish taco recipe from Jason Hill is a Mexican favorite, originating in Baja, Mexico, and popularized with Rubio's Fish Taco recipe in Mission Bay, San Diego. This video shows you how to make grilled fish tacos along with Jason's fish taco white sauce. Serve alongside a cold Corona beer. Ole! The ingredients are mahi mahi or any whitefish, lemon herb marinade, cabbage, tomato, white sauce, and corn tortillas. Learn how to prepare this fish taco recipe by watching this video cooking tutorial.

How To: Make Italian fish stew

A tantalizing combination of a number of different tastes from the sea. This fish stew adds an Italian twist to a traditional dish known the whole world over. Make Italian fish stew.

How To: Cook Irish seafood stew

Spice up your seafood stew with some Irish flair. The Irish aren't just good for producing good beer (Guinness), but they can cook, too. See how to make some delicious Irish seafood stew.

How To: Make sole dore

If you are afraid to cook fish, this is this demo for you! This has to be the easiest “gourmet” method for fish you have ever seen. This will work for any thin, flaky white fish fillets, but Sole is the traditional choice.We topped the fish with is a simple lemon, caper butter sauce. Chef John will also demo this on the site and you would be well-served to learn this classic and versatile sauce.

How To: Cook pan-roasted halibut cheeks

If your market carries regular halibut fillet or steaks, ask the fish person to get you some cheeks and try this unusual seafood recipe, halibut cheeks with a warm pancetta vinaigrette sauce. These are actually sweet, succulent pockets of meat found in the cheeks of the fish. It looks, and also cooks, like a scallop.

How To: Cook grilled octopus with tangy fennel salad

Let's face it: An octopus doesn't look very appetizing. With long, slithering, slimy tentacles and big, bulbous eyes, they're not the most attractive creatures in the world. But if you can get past their odd exterior, you'll find that octopus meat is actually really enjoyable.

How To: Make creamy halibut pie, or fish pie

Make a hungry belly pleased with this recipe by chef, Simon Rimmer for creamy fish pie. In this cooking video, Rimmer makes a luscious Halibut pie with additional prawns and mini capers, the pie being topped with a layer of crisp sweet potatoes... Perfect for fall!

How To: Make stuffed squid with rice Greek style

Discover Mediterranean flavors with this simple recipe for stuffed squid. Follow along with the cooking how-to video as the Food Network shows you how to make this great seafood recipe. Stuffed squid with rice is more commonly known as Kalamarakia Yemista in Greece. Try making it tonight.

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