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How To: Make a broccoli quiche for breakfast

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a broccoli quiche for breakfast. You will need: 12 oz chopped broccoli, 2 tsp oil, 8 large eggs, 1/2 c shredded cheese, chopped green chilies, 1/2 c cottage cheese, salt, pepper, and 1 chopped green onion. First, pre-heat the oven to 30 degrees, then add oil to pan on medium heat. Then, add in onions and coat a pie dish with oil. Next, add in green chilies, spring onions, and broccoli to the pan. Cook for 3 minutes, then place into pie dish. Add the salt...

How To: Make scrambled eggs using a flashlight

This video tutorial is in the Food category which will show you how to make scrambled eggs using a flashlight. Break an egg and pour it in to a small metal container. Clamp a Wicked Lasers torch in an upright position so that the bulb end is facing upwards. Now switch on the torch and place the container over it. After sometime as the container gets heated, the egg will start to cook. Mix the egg with a spoon while holding the container with the other hand to prevent it from falling over. Don...

How To: Blow a hard-boiled egg from its shell with mixed martial artist Miguel Torres

Peeling never got anybody anywhere when it comes to hard-boiled eggs. The little chunks of shells always stick to the white surface of the egg, and they're really hard to get off without rinsing in water. But, there's a ninja trick that mixed martial artist Miguel Torres has for you, and it's peeling without really peeling. You knock off the shell at the top and bottom of the egg, that's all the "peeling" you'll be doing. Then you grasp the hard-boiled egg in one hand, put your lips to the to...

How To: Make Indian egg masala

In this video, we learn how to make Indian egg masala. You will need: 2 onions chopped, 2 tomatoes, salt, chili powder, curry leaves, ginger paste, turmeric powder, boiled eggs, and a pan. First, pour some oil into the pan and add in your spices and onions. SautŽ your onions for a few minutes until they are almost caramelized. After this, add in the tomatoes after you have chopped them and let them sit and simmer for several minutes. Add in the paste, then add in the eggs after cutting them i...

How To: Cook Eggs Over Easy with Ease

This food tutorial presents one of the most important and widely used cooking skills you'll ever need to know: how to cook eggs over easy. Eggs are pretty much standard for breakfast and are used in a variety of other recipes, so it's important to know how to cook them well.

How To: Turn leftovers into a frittata

A frittata is a delicious egg dish that you can cook using leftovers from your fridge. This video shows you how to cook a quick and tasty version with cheese and veggies. All you need is a frying pan and chopping knife!

How To: Make perfect hard boiled and soft boiled eggs

Talk about stepping on eggshells. The process of boiling an egg and achieving your desired consistency is a very delicate process, though super easy with a little practice. When it comes to boiling, or simmering, an egg, the time you keep the egg in the water is key to how it will turn out.

How To: Make a cheese frittata with pasta and peppers

In a perfect breakfast, we'd have neverneding mountains of pancakes covered with maple syrup, strips and strips of fried bacon, and a frittata or two covered in melted cheese. Frittatas are so delicious and its toppings can be varied depending on what you like to eat for breakfast.

How To: Poach an egg with Chef Meg

In this Food video tutorial you will learn how to poach an egg with Chef Meg. Heat water in a pan to 185 degrees. When tiny bubbles appear at the bottom of the pan, the temperature is right. Now add a little bit of vinegar. Crack an egg and pour it in to another bowl, never crack an egg over hot water. Now swirl the boiling water and pour the egg in to it slowly. The egg will sink to the bottom and as it cooks, it will come up to the top. This is a very moist and gentle method of cooking an egg.

How To: Determine if an egg is hard boiled

This video tutorial is in the Food category where you will learn how to determine if an egg is hard boiled. This is really simple and very easy to learn and do. And it takes no time at all to find out a hard boiled egg from a raw egg. All that you got to do is take a hard boiled and a raw egg and spin them on a table top. You don't need to learn any tricks to spin eggs. Just spin them. The egg that spins faster is the one that's hard boiled and the one that spins slowly is raw.

How To: Make huevos a la Mexicana for breakfest

A breakfast omelet is one of the most delicious and healthy foods you can eat. With lots of belly-blasting protein, eggs help to keep you full and get your metabolism churning for the rest of the day. Eggs are, of course, also super delicious no matter how you prepare them.

How To: Fry an egg with a runny yolk

Interested in making fried eggs with runny yolks? Then you need this quick guide from Apartment Therapy. With the proper technique, making frying eggs can be easy. So easy, in fact, that this free video cooking lesson can present a complete overview of the process in about three minutes. For more information, and to get started making your own sunny fried eggs, take a look.

HowTo: Poach an Egg Perfectly

Since we've already mastered the fried egg, it's time to move on to a slightly more ambitious task. Apartment Therapy brings us another step-by-step on the art of the egg. This time around, HowTo: poach an egg perfectly. You Will Need:

How To: Peel a hard boiled egg

In this tutorial, we learn how to peel a hard boiled egg. Before you do this, when you boil your eggs, make sure to boil them with a little bit of white vinegar to make them easier to peel. To start, lay your cooled eggs on a hard surface. After this, gently crack the egg on the hard surface, then start peeling out the outer hard shell from half of the egg. After you peel half, crack it again and start peeling the other half. To make it even easier, after you peel half, blow on the half that ...

How To: Make a simple poached egg with water boilinand vinegar

In this video, we learn how to make a poached egg with water and vinegar. To begin, boil water in a pot, then turn down the temperature so it's just below boiling. Add salt into the water, then add in a little bit of vinegar to the water. Next, use a spoon to stir the water in a circular motion. Now, crack your egg into the middle of the pot and it will form the perfect age because of the circular motion of it. Turn the heat down slightly more, then cook for 90 minutes until the white part of...

How To: Make breakfast cheese and egg blintzes

Not many people are familiar with blintzes, but they are familiar with crepes. It's the same principle, only the Jewish breakfast of cheese blintzes involves a little different strategy. Bruce Bell demonstrates traditional Jewish stuffed pancakes. The batter is similar to that of a crepe, and the thin pancakes cook up in a matter of seconds. Each crepe is filled with an ample amount of farmers' cheese, cottage cheese, cream cheese, sugar and vanilla, then cooked to a golden-brown. Blintzes ar...

How To: Make healthy poached eggs

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to poach eggs. Making poached eggs is easy and requires no fat to cook in. Begin by heating 1 1/2 inches of water in a skillet for boiling. For additional flavor, you can add broth, tomato juice, dry res wine or milk. Then reduce the heat so that the water gently simmers. For the best shaped poached egg, use cold fresh eggs. Brake the eggs one at a time into a cup. Hold the cup under the surface of the water for a second while the egg sets out, and th...

How To: Make frittatas from leftovers with Giada De Laurentiis

Frittatas are a delicious and healthy meal. They include almost all of your food groups and are packed with fiber. The basic concept behind frittatas are that you can throw whatever leftovers you have into a bowl with eggs and create a unique version every day! In this recipe, Giada De Laurentiis from the Food Network shows you how to make a lighter version with egg whites so that you can avoid some of those calories and cholesterol. Enjoy!

How To: Make perfect scrambled eggs like a professional

In this clip, learn how to make perfect scrambled eggs. How many times have you been served over or undercooked eggs? Too many, right? In this clip, learn how to make your own and never get that dried up sawdust tasting egg dish again. So yummy that you can eat them for any meal - not just breakfast. Enjoy!

How To: Poach an egg the classic UK way

In this clip from Food Mob, learn how to poach a perfect egg. This egg is prepared just like the Brits do it as a part of their classic English Breakfast. No longer have exploding, ruined or raw eggs.. follow along and do it the right way. Enjoy!

How To: Make spinach and bacon quiche in one minute

In this clip, learn how to cook up spinach and bacon quiche deliciousness in one minute! This fabulous dish will please even the most picky eater and is so easy to make! Don't miss a second of the party stuck in the kitchen - whip this baby up in a minute and you're golden!

How To: Make an onion coriander chili cheese omelette

In this tutorial learn how to spice up breakfast with a little something extra. You will add delicious ingredients like chili, onion and coriander to your otherwise boring omelette. Add some savory updates to this breakfast classic and make it so delicious that you will want to eat it for lunch and dinner, too!

How To: Make a beef jerky omelette

In this tutorial, Skinny and Mini teach us how to make beef jerky omelettes. The ingredients you will need are: 2 tablespoon finely chopped beef jerky, 3 eggs, 1 tablespoon butter, and 1 handful of shredded mozzarella. First, you will heat up your pan over medium heat and let the butter melt inside the pan. Next, sautŽ your finely chopped beef jerky inside of the butter until it's hot. After this, add in your eggs and cook on high until you can scrape the edges and the egg, then add in your m...

How To: Make a truffle omelet with Martha Stewart

Truffles and truffle oil make just about any foodstuff a thousand times tastier (and, admittedly, more artery-clogging). Early death aside, truffles make excellent additions to morning omelets, as well, injecting a juicy, buttery flavor to the fluffiness of the eggs.

How To: Poach an egg in under four minutes

In this tutorial, we learn how to poach an egg in under four minutes. First, fill a pan 2/3 of the way full with water and bring it almost to a boil on high heat. Once the heat is almost boiling, turn the heat down to medium heat. Once you've done this, pour a splash of white vinegar into the pan. Next, crack your egg into a small cup and gently let it ooze out into the water. Don't touch the egg, or the yolk will break. once the egg whites are set, you can take it out of the pan. This will t...

How To: Make buttered soldiers egg and toast breakfast

In this tutorial, Lucy shows us how to make buttered soldiers with toast. The ingredients you will need for this are: toast, butter or margarine, knife, and fried or boiled egg. After you have toasted your bread, you will want to butter your toast to your liking, adding as much as you need. After this, cut your toast into strips, until you have cut the entire piece of toast up into pieces. Next, place the toast strips (buttered soldiers) onto a plate and place the boiled or fried egg next to ...