Baking Lobster Tails  

Baking Lobster Tails

Baking lobster tails is not as formidable as it sounds. If they are frozen, they should be thawed out in the refrigerator for 8 hours or in a microwave. They tend to be juicier if done this way. With a kitchen scissors, cut the hard shell of the back leaving the tail intact .Lift out the meat through the slit so that the flesh is exposed to the heat. Preheat the oven to 205° C or 400° F, brush with butter or oil and bake for 10 minutes in a pan of shallow water. More...

 

Recipe For Baking Asparagus

Recipe For Baking Asparagus

Asparagus is a vegetable that has existed from early times. The Greeks, Romans and the Egyptians ate and loved asparagus. The edible portion is the tender shoot, often spoken of as an asparagus spear for its spear-like shape. The limp canned product is unlike the succulent, fresh and tender one.

Asparagus is a great source of potassium and folic acid and acts as a diuretic. It is low in calories and has no fat or cholesterol. It can be stir fried, grilled over charcoal, used as an ingredient in stews and soups and even had boiled or stewed served with mayonnaise or hollandaise sauce. It can also be used in a dessert. More...

 

Baking A Turkey With Salt Brine

Baking A Turkey With Salt Brine

Brining is the ultimate secret to a juicy and tasty turkey.  Brining acts as a marinade and helps in preventing the bird from drying out. It enhances the flavor and keeps the bird moist. The end product is definitely superior to one where brine is not used.

One needs to start a day before the baked turkey is required. A large container that allows space for the turkey to be turned is appropriate. It needs to be refrigerated at a temperature not less than 40 degrees Fahrenheit to thaw it out. The turkey should be prepared by thawing it out first and then cleaning it well both on the inside and outside.More...

 

Tips For Cooking With Whole Wheat Flour

Tips For Cooking With Whole Wheat Flour

Whole wheat flour is made by grinding full wheat kernels, which includes the bran, germ and the endosperm. Since it contains the whole wheat berry, it is high in protein, fiber, iron, vitamin B, thiamine, niacin, magnesium and zinc.

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