How to Cook Artichokes

How to Cook Artichokes
Artichoke (also known as Cynara cardunculus) is a tall plant that originated from the Mediterranean and southern Europe. Many culinary experts use this in preparing special dishes because it contains numerous vitamins and nutrients. Some of the nutrients that you can get from this vegetable are dietary fibers, protein, potassium, calcium and phosphorus. In addition to these, the vegetable is also rich in magnesium, riboflavin as well as folate. To learn how to cook artichoke, it is best to know several recipes that use the plant as one of the key ingredients. Potato Artichoke Cream Cheese Soup The ingredients for this recipe are two tablespoons extra virgin oil, two small white onions, a clove of garlic, two medium size potatoes, a small package of artichokes, four cups chicken stock, ½ teaspoon salt, ¼ teaspoon freshly ground black pepper, a block of softened cream cheese and two tablespoons chopped scallions. Pour the virgin oil in a skillet and heat over medium fire. Mince the garlic...

How to Cook Venison Sausage

How to Cook Venison Sausage
As with other recipes, cooking venison sausages will be much easier when all the ingredients and materials are already set. When they’re ready, just follow the instructions. Ingredients Ground venison (10 lbs) Ground pork (5 lbs) Mustard powder (4 tbsp) Salt Hickory Sausage casing Garlic Smoke salt Instructions Pour the ground venison and pork in a bowl. Mix them thoroughly. Get another bowl and combine them. Add the seasonings with the pork and venison. Note: you can sprinkle some pepper if you want your sausages spicy. Cover the container. Put it in the fridge for 24 hours. Repeat this process for as many sausages as you need. Take out the bowl and put some of the meat into the casings. Fill it up but make sure that the casings don’t come apart. When cooking venison sausages, you should try to add as much meat in the casings as possible without ripping it apart. Baking Preheat the oven. Get the sausages on the rack. Give the sausages some space. Don’t stuff the rack with it....

How to Cook Lamb

How to Cook Lamb
Lamb meat can be sorted into three different kinds, namely hindquarter, loin and forequarter. People love to eat it because of its tender texture and rich flavor. Furthermore, it can be cooked in a variety of ways including roasting, stewing and barbecuing. For those who may want to try how to cook lamb, it is good to try dishes like Shepherd’s Pie with Lamb and Pressure Cooked Irish Stew. Shepherd’s Pie with Lamb For people who love to eat pies, this recipe is simply delicious. It makes use of ingredients including a teaspoon of Worcestershire sauce, ¼-teaspoon of hot pepper sauce and one minced onion. At the same time, prepare ¼-cup of hot milk, 1½-teaspoon of salt and 3-cups of cooked ground lamb. Other important ingredients include ¼-teaspoon pepper, 1½-cup gravy and 4-tablespoons of butter. In cooking this dish, you also need a slightly beaten egg and 6-pieces of medium-sized potatoes that are boiled and peeled. Put the butter on top of the frying pan over medium-high heat....

How to Cook Asparagus

How to Cook Asparagus
Asparagus is an excellent nutritional option to add to your diet. It is a rich source of vitamins like Vitamin C and Vitamin B6. You also get folate, fiber, and an antioxidant and anti-carcinogen in glutathione. It is also a colorful addition to any dish since it comes in a variety of colors. You have green, purple, and white colored asparagus. We’ll show you several ways how to cook asparagus. Choosing Asparagus The first thing anyone should be thinking about how to cook asparagus is when to buy them. The months of April and May are the best times of the year to buy them since they tend to be at their cheapest over the counter. They are also in their best condition during the said months. You still have the option to purchase the preserved ones or even canned asparagus. However, you won’t get that fresh delicate flavor from those. When choosing what asparagus to include in your grocery basket it doesn’t matter whether you prefer the thick or the thin ones. What matters...