How to Cook Hubbard Squash

How to Cook Hubbard Squash
Hubbard squash is one of the most nutritious and popular cultivars of Cucurbita maxima. This type of squash is very known because it has a tear drop shape and a taste that is similar with the taste of a pumpkin. The vegetable is rich in vitamins and nutrients such as vitamin C and vitamin A. In addition to this, it has low cholesterol and no fat. If you are planning to serve a hearty meal to your friends and family, it is best that you learn how to cook hubbard squash. Below are recipes that you can use to enjoy entrees and starters that contain this ingredient. Hubbard Squash Squares To prepare this starter, you need four cups of peeled and cubed hubbard squash, ¼ teaspoon pepper, a medium onion cut into several portions, two tablespoons butter, a cup of sour cream, ½ teaspoon salt and ¼ teaspoon dill weed. Fill a medium size pot with water and add the squash. Boil and cook the vegetable for 10 minutes. Drain the water and drizzle with pepper. Saute onion in a saucepan with melted butter....

How to Cook Scallops

How to Cook Scallops
Scallops are widely used in the world of cooking. People use them as primary ingredients for making sumptuous and delectable dishes, spanning the Western and Eastern parts of the globe. They can be cooked using a variety of ways including deep-fried, breaded or sautéed. More importantly, they are used extensively in preparing yummy Cantonese, Chinese, Japanese and European cuisines. For those who want to know how to cook scallops, you can try the following delightful recipes. Baked Sea Scallops Baked sea scallops is a relatively easy dish to cook. Ingredients Required to Make Baked Sea Scallops The ingredients include: 16 pieces sea scallops 2  shallots (chopped) 5 cloves garlic (minced) 5 tbsp butter 4-8 pieces lemon wedges ¼ cup chopped parsley 4 tbsp olive oil 1 cup breadcrumbs 3 pinches nutmeg salt to taste pepper to taste Instructions to Make Baked Sea Scallops The following simple steps are involved in the process of cooking baked sea scallops. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees...

How to Cook Chicken

How to Cook Chicken
Learning the art of cooking chicken isn’t that hard. But the key is in the preparation. What you do prior to cooking can make all the difference. Purchasing and Storing Everything starts with the chicken you buy. Buy only from reputable stores. Make sure that it is cold; warm chicken probably contains bacteria and other germs. Next, put the meat in an airtight container. Store the meat in the freezer if you are not going to cook it yet. If you’ll be cooking it in a day or two, you can put it in the fridge. Allow the chicken to thaw before cooking it. Marinating & Pre Cooking Preparations The meat is susceptible to bacteria so wash all the utensils. Wash your hands or wear gloves when holding the meat. If you’re cooking chicken, there are many ways to marinate it. Some may use vinegar, salt and pepper. Others opt to immerse it with different fruit flavors. The type of marinade used determines how long it must be stored in the fridge. Most would recommend at least 4 hours up to...

How to Cook Beer Can Chicken

How to Cook Beer Can Chicken
Needed Items You’ll need the following items to cook beer can chicken. You’ll need whole chicken, whether you want one or more it will all be up to you. You’ll need a six pack of 12 ounce beer in cans, three lemons, six cloves of garlic, a direct fire barbecue pit, charcoal, rubber gloves, and a pizza pan – a 12 inch one will do just nicely. How to Cook Beer Can Chicken The first step to cook beer can chicken is to start up the heat in your barbecue pit using a generous amount of coals. In the mean time wash your chickens. Remember to remove the giblets as you wash them. Pat them dry with a paper towel when you are done. Here are the next steps to cook beer can chicken. It is now time to open your beer cans. You are doing this simply just to remove the pressure off the cans. Pour a fourth of the beer in each can into a container and save it for later. Using a can opening, open the top of a can up to about three fourths of the way. You then push down the top into...