Tag: sushi

The Star Trek Cookbook Calls for Parasites to Make Meatloaf — Real Chefs Cook Dumb Recipes

Hi! I’m Brent Hi I’m Ben and we’re from The Meat Hook. – [Brent] We are going to cook from the Star Trek Cookbook. – [Ben] What recipe, you wonder. Why the Gyronian meatloaf à la Paris. Everyone’s favorite. (majestic music) Brent, I think first before we really get anywhere, we need to know what…

Read MoreView 51 Comments

Deep-Fried Butter Is an Obsession in Texas — Cult Following

– [Narrator] Running annually since 1886, the state fair of Texas is America’s biggest fair, and an ode to the art of frying food. Oh my God. The fair vendors just started getting more and more out there over time, as a way to differentiate themselves from one another. Over time, it just sort of…

Read MoreView 100 Comments

Crispy Tempura Prawn – Crispy Tempura Recipe

In this video I’m going to show you how to make delicious Tempura Prawns. How to Make Crispy Tempura Shrimp What you’re going to need to marinate tempura prawns is some fish sauce, some soya sauce, some thick teriyaki sauce, some sesame oil, and some garlic, and of course some raw prawns. Now what I’ve…

Read MoreView 40 Comments

How to Make Sushi Rolls | Allrecipes.com

Sushi rolls are artistic little tubes of deliciousness. With a little practice, you can make a sushi roll and serve up delightful Japanese dinners, or stunning appetizers. All sushi Rolls have two things in common: Sushi rice, special short grained rice cooked and seasoned. It has a sticky consistency that’s ideal for making sushi rolls….

Read MoreView 99 Comments

Japanese Sandwiches, better than Sushi or Ramen? ★ ONLY in JAPAN

ONLY in JAPAN – Welcome to Ginza! After 20 years of living in Japan, I’ve learned to have an amazing appreciation for the food. It’s incredible! There is “sushi” —Japan’s most well-known dish. “Kaisendon” mixes it all up, fresh seafood on a bed of rice. “Okonomiyaki” —Japanese pancake with a savory sauce. “Ramen” —taking a…

Read MoreView 100 Comments

Legendary Sushi Chef Masa Invented a New Way to Cook Burgers — Prime Time

– We’re here at Tetsu, where world-renowned sushi chef, Masa has a burger on the menu. – Who does he think he is? – We do burgers in New York, buddy. – We do the burgers in New York. But, we hear great things about him using a specific tool that was built for him,…

Read MoreView 100 Comments

How Injera Bread Brings Together a Traditional Ethiopian Meal — Cooking in America

– [Menge] Hi Sheldon. – Hello. – Welcome to Seattle. – Thank you. I can already smell the spices right off the bat. – [Menge] Yeah, this is the Jebena market, where we sell most of our spices for others to take home and make their own. – [Sheldon] Martha emigrated at a young age…

Read MoreView 100 Comments

Kitchen Gadget Testing – Electric Pie Maker

– Hey everyone, it’s Barry here, welcome to My Virgin Kitchen. I hope you are well. Today we are testing a gadget that I am extremely, extremely excited about. Ugh. Because this is an electronic pie maker. Oh yes, someone sent me a link to this, I think it was about a month ago, and…

Read MoreView 100 Comments

How a Duo of Master Sushi Chefs Run New York’s Most Exciting Omakase — Omakase

– [Man] The omakase, in a word, it means chef’s choice. It’s not only just the sushi. Welcome to Shuko. Coming from Masa and then opening our own restaurant, there’s definitely pressure, not just from the customers or the world but just from self. The influence that I got from Masa is sort of constant….

Read MoreView 100 Comments

How To Make Cotton Candy By Hand, Using an Ancient Chinese Method — You Can Do This!

– And that, ladies and gents, is 16,000 strands of hand-pulled cotton candy. (funky techno music) We’re gonna make cotton candy using the hand-pulled noodle technique, also known as Dragon’s Beard. Started in ancient China, and it’s just this pulling technique that they do with noodles, but you would do it with sugar. We got…

Read MoreView 100 Comments