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How To: Make wild mushroom quesadillas with Rachael Ray

In this tutorial, Rachael Ray shows you how to make an extremely fast, people pleaser that is really easy. Rachael makes vegetarian wild mushroom quesadillas from scratch that are so yummy even meat eaters will adore them. These tasty, cheesy treats are great for dinners, lunches or even mid-afternoon snacks. Enjoy!

How To: Make your own cottage cheese the European way

This video shows us the method to make cottage cheese at home in the European way. You can stop this process at the half way mark and separate the liquid to get yoghurt. You can whip or blend it and add some fruits to make it tasty to eat. Use 3 and a half percent homogeneous milk. Unprocessed and unpasteurized milk is the best for this purpose. Take 1 or 2 tablespoons of sour cream and add to the milk. Cover it with a cheese cloth and put it in a warm place for 2 days. Put the soured milk go...

How To: Make Mediterranean stuffed cheese rolls

Mediterranean cheese rolls are a snack or appetizer that is served in the beginning of a meal and can be served with hummus or baba ghanoush. They usually consist of a salted cheese mixed with herbs and rolled in a thin dough then toasted or fried. You will need thin egg roll dough, ackawi cheese, shredded mixed cheese, parsley, black pepper, salt, an egg, and olive oil. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make Mediterranean stuffed cheese rolls.

How To: Make homemade goat cheese

This video shows you how to make a homemade goat cheese.The main in gredients are 2 litres of milk and 1/4 cup of apple cider vinegar.In a large pot,heat the milk,stirring continously.Bring this to a boil and keep stirring.Turn the heat off and slowly add the vinegar.Continue the stirring for some time.Take the pot off the heat and keep it aside until the milk curdles.Keep stirring.Place a coleander pot in a large bowl and put a cheese cloth on top of it.Now pour the curdled milk on this clot...

How To: Make fast and easy homemade cheese

Sy West demonstrates making homemade cheese. She starts with one gallon of milk, one cup of white vinegar, the juice from one lemon half, salt and pepper and garlic salt. Sy recommends adding other spices at the end for a different taste. Heat the milk in a large sauce pan slowly to 168 degrees. It should take about fifteen minutes. Stir it often. When milk reaches 168 degrees remove it from the heat and slowly pour in the vinegar and lemon juice while stirring. The curd should start separati...

How To: Make Chile Con Queso

Chile con queso, a classic Tex-Mex dip, is inexpensive, easy to make, and positively delicious! Round up these ingredients (16 oz cheddar cheese, 1 cup chiles, a medium onion, 1 clove of garlic, canned tomatoes, beans, 6 oz Monterey Jack cheese, and either tortilla chips or rice to serve it with) and you're ready to cook! Follow along with the steps in this quick video cooking show and learn how to make this tasty Mexican snack.

How To: Make mozzarella cheese in a short amount of time

Purchasing cheese from the store can be a bit of a hassle and cost you quite a penny. Certain dishes require cheese in order for you and others to fully get a tasty meal. Well, in this tutorial, you won't have to sacrifice a lot of money in order to make something that is cheap to make and can taste way better than the store bought stuff. In the video above you'll find out what ingredients you'll need to make your own mozzarella cheese from home. So good luck and enjoy!

How To: Make Indian chili paneer

This video is about making chili paneer. The ingredients required are paneer, onion, bell peppers of four colors, tomato puree, spices, mustard seeds, cumin seeds, green chilly, ginger and garlic, jalapeno, red pepper and turmeric, salt, soy sauce to give a Chinese flavor and curry leaves. Take the paneer out of the refrigerator and defrost it for 2-3 minutes. Check whether the paneers are soft enough to cut into cubes and placing them on a cutting board chop them into cubes. Fry the paneers ...

How To: Make halawet el jibn (sweet stuffed cheese)

In this clip, Dede teaches you how to make an absolutely delicious and unique Mediterranean snack - halawet el jibn or stuffed sweet cheese. This dish is easier than it sounds to make and will impress anyone who tries it. You don't see this recipe much this side of the Atlantic, and if you ask us - that's a shame. Enjoy!

How To: Make mozzarella cheese with Chef David DiBari

There's one ingredients that any pasta dish needs in order to be completed: cheese! Aside from the pasta itself, adding cheese to any dish can make things taste so much better. One of the most common cheese that is used is mozzarella cheese. This tasty white food, goes awesome with pizzas and can be partnered up with crackers and sometimes bread. So in this tutorial, you'll be getting a lesson on how to make your own mozzarella cheese from home. So pay attention and you may learn a thing or t...

How To: Make cottage cheese at home

In order to prepare cottage cheese at home, you will need the following ingredients: milk and curd (or lemon). Pour the skim milk into a pan. Heat to a boil. Watch it carefully and stir frequently. You can use lowfat (skim) milk or whole milk. Whisk 4 tsp of curd. Add the curd to the milk, when it starts to boil. It is important that you wait until the milk has started to boil first.

How To: Make homemade cheese

Alexa from SustainablePantry demonstrates how to make homemade cheese in under 5 minutes. Pour 1/2 gallon of whole organic pasteurized milk in the pot. Heat it to a rolling boil over medium heat. Add plain distilled white vinegar. Stir frequently until you see the milk splitting into lump of curds. These curds are your homemade cheese. When the curds have settled, slowly pour the curdled milk into the colander with a cheese cloth. Drain off all the liquid until it become more and more cheese ...

How To: Prepare escaoutoun landais

Chef Helene Darroze prepares escaoutoun landais. This recipe calls for corn flour, fowl bouillon, mascarpone, mushrooms, Basque sheep cheese, duck grease, fowl gravy, salt, pepper and a bunch of parsley. It takes 20 minutes to cook this dish. Prepare escaoutoun landais.

How To: Make stuffed edam, or stuffed cheese

Chef, Gary Rhodes stuffs a whole edam cheese, making a lasagna-style dish of sorts, with this Dutch-inspired Caribbean recipe. Edam is a Dutch cheese that is traditionally sold as spheres with pale yellow interior and a coat of red paraffin wax. By drilling out the center, it leaves a great bowl type shape to stuff. Depending on how spicy you like things, be careful how much chile you use within this recipe!

How To: Choose a perfectly ripe Camembert cheese

Choose the right Camembert cheese, cut it up nicely, and store the leftovers properly: important tips to keep you in good cheese humor. In this how to video learn how to pick a Camembert cheese that is perfectly ripe. Learn what it should smell like, what it should feel like from this CHOW contributor.

How To: Make a baked camembert cheese in a box

James Martin cooks Camembert cheese in it's own casing to make a delicious gooey starter. You will need Camembert cheese, thyme, salt, black pepper, and olive oil. It'll make a lovely and rich cheese fondue. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make baked Camembert cheese in a box.

How To: Make Swiss cheese fondue

Do you want to serve a sophisticated spread next time you entertain guests? Then try Romandy's classic fondue recipe that blends appetizing Swiss cheeses. You will need emmenthal and gruyere cheeses, dry white wine, kirsch or cherry brandy, garlic clove, flour, parmesan cheese, lemon juice, nutmeg, bread or vegetables you plan to dip. This can be made in a traditional fondue pot or on the

How To: Make homemade mozzarella and pepperoni rolls

You don't have to buy that imitation mozzarella to make great Italian food at home. You can make mozzarella at home today! This video will show you how to make homemade cheese starting with the curds all the way to the finished product. Then you just throw some pepperoni in there, wrap it up, and you're done!

How To: Keep cheese from drying out

We've all had to waste what could have been perfectly good cheese when we cut away the outside edges and corners that have dried out. This is caused by moisture being lost when exposed to air so can get the most out of your cheese by wrapping it well when storing.

How To: Make sweet onion & dolcelatte cheese tarts

In this video chef Jo Pratt demonstrates how to make sweet onion and dolce latté cheese tarts with pear and walnut salad. This is taken from her recent recipe book. The ingredients needed for this is one sheet of regular puff pastry, some caramelized onions, some thyme leaves,250gm dolce latté cheese, two small pears cut into small pieces, two celery sticks finely sliced, some walnuts torn into halves, two tbsp walnut oil and two tbsp balsamic vinegar. To make the dish she firstly unrolls the...

How To: Make a chili cheese nacho casserole with Betty

Nachos are a great snack food but did you ever think you could eat them for dinner? Well, in this tutorial, Betty shows us how to make her chili cheese nacho casserole, and it is so tasty you may never eat 'normal' nachos again! This is a great way to get rid of that stale old bag of Tostitos in your pantry and turn it into something fantastic. Ready? Vamenos!

How To: Make individual cheese souffles

Maria makes "easy and elegant Cheese Souffles" that are perfect for an appetizer. a main course, or a light main course. The recipe can be made in advance and kept in a refrigerator right up until cooking; and, takes very little time to prepare.

How To: Make Welsh rarebit (cheese and toast)

Apparently its name is originally a bit of a slight on the Welsh - who were considered so inept they couldn’t catch a rabbit for dinner, so they had to settle for cheese on toast. Even with the bad background, it's still a tasty recipe. Learn how to make this simple dish with Waz and Lenny, the chefs like us. Follow along and try this tasty recipe for Welsh rarebit. Make Welsh rarebit (cheese and toast).

How To: Choose cheeses

Master cheesemonger Steven Jenkins gives a quick primer on putting together a selection of cheeses. Stop at four cheeses: "To serve more than three or four cheeses at a time is an insult to all the other ones that you've chosen."