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    How to Make Refried Black Beans

    The term “refried beans” doesn’t mean the beans are fried a second time. It just means that after the beans have been fried, they are mashed and seasoned. There are lots of different beans you can have refried, like Pinto, northern, and black beans, but I’m going to show you how to make refried black […] More

  • Vietnamese Pickled Carrots Recipe
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    Vietnamese Pickled Carrots Recipe

    If pickled carrot dish is your all-time mouthwatering food, you would undoubtedly adore the Vietnamese Pickled Carrot recipe. It is often served with Vietnamese cuisine, including Banh mi, or as a component in an appetizer, including Vietnamese egg rolls.  Pickled carrots and daikons are significant additions to different Vietnamese dishes. You can use these delicious […] More

  • Frozen Broccoli
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    How To Roast Frozen Broccoli

    When possible, I like to take my vegetables straight from the freezer to cook them without the need for thawing. You can do that with a lot of vegetables, if you know the proper way to cook them from frozen. I’ll show you a method for how to roast frozen broccoli in the oven, and […] More

  • Steam Carrots
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    How to Steam Carrots in Microwave

    One of the fastest and easiest ways to prepare carrots and to make them soft and tender is to steam them. There are a few ways you can tenderize carrots, and steaming is a very effective way to do that. You can steam the carrots on the stovetop using a steamer or even just a […] More

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    How to Cook Napa Cabbage

    Napa cabbage is a sweet vegetable that can be cooked up in a number of ways. You can cook this cabbage (also called Chinese cabbage) just about any way you like. A lot of people will use it in stir fry, mixing it with some meat and veggies with a dash of soy sauce. Others […] More

  • Steam Artichokes
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    How Long to Steam Artichokes?

    What happens if you overcook an artichoke or over-steam it? Parts of the artichoke become mushy and lose their texture when you do this. It won’t taste quite right, and the hearts and leaf tips turn soggy rather than having the crunchy texture they ought to have. This happens with even experienced chefs, and it’s […] More

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    How to Cook Artichokes in Instant Pot

    Artichokes can take a long time to prepare using conventional methods, but I want to show you how to cook artichokes in Instant Pot and make the process a bit easier on you. The Instant Pot is great at making a lot of foods in a very simple way, taking much of the hassle and […] More

  • Crispy Tofu
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    How to Make Crispy Tofu

    Tofu is one of those foods that most people either love or hate. I think the reason some people dislike tofu is not because of the food itself but because they just haven’t had it cooked properly. The spongy, chewy tofu that most people are used to is not my preferred way to have it. […] More

  • Shishito Recipe
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    How to Cook Shishito Peppers

    Shishito Peppers are small green peppers with very thin skin. Because they are small and thin, they will cook very quickly. I’m going to show you a few methods for how to cook shishito peppers so you have a few ideas on what you can do with them and how they can be served. This […] More

  • spinach artichoke dip
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    Crock Pot Spinach Artichoke Dip Recipe

    What goes best with a large helping of corn chips? I think the answer to that is spinach artichoke dip. It’s especially good if you make it yourself, modifying the recipe to fit your own taste. Another benefit is the sense of accomplishment and pride you get from making a homemade dip. I make this […] More

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