Watch this video to learn how to make a tasty snack made from simple ingredients. Peel potatoes; should they have any sprouts remove them. Cut each potato into 2 or 3 pieces. Chop onion finely. Cut horizontally several times; repeat procedure vertically. Chop cabbage into fine, narrow pieces. Place cut potatoes into a pot full of water while adding some salt. When water starts to boil reduce heat a bit. Check potatoes for tenderness and at that stage remove water. Replace pot onto burner. Usi...
You don't need a fancy panini press to make a good panini! Check out this video for tips on how to make yummy grilled sandwiches using items you already have in your kitchen. Save time and money with this method!
The Muffelata has been called the King of Sandwiches, and is a classic New Orleans style sandwhich. This tutorial shows you how to start with the right bread, and then construct your own delicious muffelata with mortadella, cheese, olives and whatever else strikes your fancy. Make your own New Orleans style muffelata sandwich.
In this tutorial, we learn how to make a Philly Cheese steak sandwich. Get a good piece of meat, black pepper, salt, onions, sugar, olive oil, havarti cheese, pepper, and onion to make this dish. Start off by caramelizing your onions in a sautŽ pan by adding a little bit of sugar to them while they cook. After this, sautŽ your peppers with salt. When finished, season your meat with salt and pepper, then cook it until it's thoroughly cooked. After this, open up a roll and cut your meat into th...
Why put a steak on a plate when you could make it into an amazing sandwich? Betty shows you her special filet mignon steak sandwich recipe.
Learn how to make delicious grilled cheese sandwich in simple steps. You will need: a plate, butter, any kind of bread, any cheese and a pan. 1. First take a slice of bread, add some cheese on top by tearing it into small pieces. 2. Place another slice of bread over it and spread some butter on its top. 3. Now put the bread on a medium heating pan with its butter side at the bottom. 4. Spread some butter on its top and flip it over when its bottom is cooked. 5. Let it cook for about a minute ...
Sloppy Joes are a great dinner when you don't have all night to cook. They're messy, so kids love them, and they pack in a whole bunch of 'secret' veggies, too! Use lean beef and make these healthy and delicious Joes along with Betty! Everyone will love them!
If you have any little ones in your life (or you're simply a grown-up kid yourself), Just Bento has has posted Maki's Top 10 Bento Rules for Back-to-School. Rules listed below, click through for full explanations.
If you've ever wondered what exactly goes into a McDonald's sandwich (or what the heck that secret sauce stuff is anyways), you might be a little surprised to learn that all of the ingredients are readily available at your local grocery store. In an interesting move, McDonald's has released a video featuring Executive Chef Dan Coudreaut showing, step by step, how to make your own Big Mac sandwich at home. Here is the video, and if you'd like to read along with Coudreaut's instructions, you ca...
In this clip, learn how to turn a delicious sandwich into a moldy mess. This sandwich is perfect for Halloween, April Fools Day or just a fantastic way to keep other kids from stealing your school lunch. With a little powdered sugar and a bit of food coloring, you can turn an ordinary PB&J into a fuzzy, green treat.
On November 2nd, the legendary McRib returned to McDonald's across the country. McRib fans rejoiced. BUT, as every true fan already knows, the sandwich will be pulled from the menu again December 5th.
This video demonstrates how to make Sloppy Joes for the trail. For this recipe, you will need the following: dehydrated hamburger, water, McCormack Sloppy Joe Mix, dehydrated tomato powder, and
Watch the Grillmasters at the Barbecue Web prepare some beef chuck burgers so juicy and full of flavor that it will no doubt become one of your favorite quick and easy BBQ recipes. It's quick and easy. All you need is 3-4lbs fresh ground chuck beef, tomatoes, sweet onions, sliced cheese if it's a cheeseburger you want, and any of your favorite condiments.
You've heard of a stromboli sandwich, well here is a how-to video showing you how to make it. Follow along with this video cooking lesson to learn how to make an authentic and delicious stromboli that is big enough to share. This sandwich recipe is very easy to make.
Finger sandwiches are a popular, delicious and easy to make party appetizer. Pick your filling (meat, cheese or salad), choose a soft bread, and cut your sandwiches into bite-size squares or triangles. Then arrange on a plate and serve!
Use top round roast, seasoned with meat tenderizer. Pound the seasoning on both sides of the beef so it is absorbed. Place in crockpot and cook for about 8 hours. Remove the beef and cut into small pieces. Take two slices of bread of toast in the toaster. Place the roast beef on top of the toast. Cut the sandwich in half. Place the two pieces of sandwich on a plate and in the middle of the plate place mashed potatoes. Use the remaining drippings from the crockpot to make gravy. Pour the gravy...
Learn how to make the perfect grilled cheese sandwich with this how-to video. Bread, cheese and butter is all you will need to make this delicious grilled cheese sandwich. Enjoy!
In this video series, learn how to make a super tasty roast beef sandwich. Our expert, Laura Banford, teaches you everything you need to know to make this meal. Learn about the history of the roast beef sandwich. Also, learn the best kind of bacon to use in your sandwich.
Do you love grilled cheese? Who doesn't. This classic quick tip will have you enjoying a grilled cheese sandwich in less than 3 minutes using only your toaster.
I was up the other night trying to find something to eat, and with the ingredients laying around, I came up with this yummy grilled chicken wrap! This is a super quick and easy meal you can make in a flash with just a few ingredients. It makes a great lunch or even a light dinner. Excellent for the healthy eaters and dieters!
A classy upgrade to the traditional grilled cheese sandwich, this is perfect for a light lunch. You will need: 30 grape or cherry tomatoes, fresh basil, olive oil, sugar, salt, balsamic vinegar, shredded asiago cheese, crumbled goat cheese, focaccia bread and a panini press. Make a grilled cheese sandwich with tomato, goat cheese and asiago.
This recipe shows you how to make a six foot long muffaletta sandwich - perfect for serving on game days! The key to the muffaletta is in the olive relish. Make it out of lemon juice, lemon zest, a touch of honey, garlic, chili flakes, oregano, pepper, red onion, bell peppers, banana peppers and olives. Make a giant muffaletta sandwich out of cold cuts and olive relish.
Dress up your standard PB&J with Serious Eats' recipe for peanut butter sushi. Who knows, the little kid in you just might enjoy the peanut butter version better than the fish version.
Insanewiches proves there are endless ways to dream up a sandwich- some slightly more edible than others. Get inspired (or nauseous):
If you've seen or read V for Vendetta, you may remember him preparing a dish he called Eggy in a Basket. It's basically an egg cooked inside a slice of bread that makes a hearty snack and which you will learn how to make in this video.
Anna the Red, the internet's resident Queen of Bento, has created an elaborate Halloween Bento Box based on video game Costume Quest: "an adorable role-playing adventure game created by Double Fine. It takes place on Halloween night, kids in costume trick-or-treating and fighting monsters to save a kidnapped sibling while collecting costumes."
Tired of the same old sandwiches for lunch. This Cuban sandwich is different and everyone will be asking you for the recipe.
In this penny-pincher's guide from Mahalo, you'll learn how to make dinner to serve a family or four or five for 5 dollars or less. For all the details, and to get started capitalizing on cheap eats yourself, take a look.
If you make sandwiches for your kids' sack lunches every day then why not lesson your workload while getting them interested in helping out in the kitchen? Cooking doesn't have to be boring, especially when it's making these fun egg salad sandwiches shaped like fingers.
Bag lunches are the bread and butter of school and even work lunches. They allow you to determine exactly what you will eat for lunch, so you can either go healthy or really really fatty depending on what you're in the mood for.
Are you one of millions of Americans without the time or energy to prepare themselves a delicious breakfast in the morning? This video offers a solution. It will show you how one gamer-about-town can make three bacon, egg, and cheese breakfast sandwiches at once on his stove top. The twist? He does it all one-handed! If making a tasty breakfast with one hand sounds like something you want to do, watch on.
Mushroom Swiss burgers, your guilty pleasure. Don't worry, no one will know that you're cheating on your diet. And heck, it isn't cheating if you're watching this video right!? Instead of going to McDonalds and spending $4 on one of their angus third pounder burgers, why not spend less then that and make your own!? In this great video, you will learn how to cook all the main ingredients and make your own burger patties.
Sloppy Joes, an American classic. Fed to more kids in more cafeteria's around the nation than anything else, besides those cardboard pizzas (ick). If you want to make one, don't run out to the store and buy the pre-made stuff, make your own! It'll taste a lot better and you will still feel the same nostalgia you would if you bought the canned stuff! In this great video you will watch as she shows you how to prepare the sauce and the meats into a delicious lunch item straight from your childhood!
Improve upon the standard grilled cheese sandwich with this delicious and fancy veggie grilled cheese. The fresh vegetables, aren't just added inside— they're also grilled! Let Chef Joshua Riazi show you the recipe, filled with veggies, cheese and herbs, sandwiched between custard-dipped bread is a winning after-school special. Learn two versatile ways to layer delicious sandwiches. Perfect for kids and grown-ups alike.
Are you wishing for a taste of Philadelphia food in your own home? The Philly cheesesteak is a classic sandwich made with sliced steak and melted cheese. No matter how far you might live from the City of Brotherly Love, this recipe teaches you how to make this East Coast staple.
In this video, we learn how to make bento. First, you will need to purchase small quail eggs from a Japanese market, then place dried seaweed cut into two small circles on the top. Next, cut the middle of the egg with a knife, then pry it open to make it look like a knife. After this, take a small sausage and cut it at the bottom so there are eight pieces hanging, and it looks like a squid. Place an "x" cut out of seaweed on the top and cut the middle to make a mouth. Slice a strawberry while...
In this video, David and Kira teach us how to cook a Philly cheese steak the sexy way. First, you will need to slice a white onion up, then you will need to pour olive oil into a hot skillet, then add in the onions and sautŽ them. Add in green peppers, then add in your steak. Cook this until it's all the way cooked, then place it onto your bread. Next, place thick slices of your favorite cheese on top of the meat, then place in the broiler for a few minutes, until the cheese is melted and gol...
In this tutorial, we learn how to make a triple decker peanut butter and jelly sandwich. First, take three pieces of bread and seal your bread bag up again. Next, grab your favorite kind of jelly and peanut butter. Use a spreader to spread the items on the sandwich instead of a butter knife. First, spread a layer of peanut butter onto one of the slices of bread. Next, stack another piece of bread on top of the peanut butter, and spread the peanut butter jam on top of that piece. After this, p...
You may think that wraps and sandwiches are pretty much alike, since they contain most of the same ingredients (your choice of meat, cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and whatever else you like to throw in) and taste mostly the same. The only difference is, of course, the consistency of a flat tortilla and sandwich bread.
With obesity now a confirmed epidemic in the United States, we should be putting more emphasis than ever on how we feed our children and what they consume at school. While many educational instititions sell salads and healthier options like apples and carrot sticks, these foods often don't catch your kids' attention when they're placed side-by-side with cheeseburgers and calzones.