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1. Pan-Seared Duck with Asian Slaw by Vicki Higham
Welcome to the Final of the Food Blogger Challenge. In this Asian-inspired entrée, Vicki Higham shares her three tricks for getting perfect crispy duck skin, seasoned with Chinese five-spice and a sweet orange glaze. If you like Vicki’s cooking in this Grokker Premium Video, Love her video below, and make sure to come back to check out the rest of the series.
2. Roast Chicken Two Ways: Single Pan & Single Pot
There are dozens of ways to cook a roast chicken, but if you want to discover two of the best, join Sage Russell in 'Make it your own'. Sage shows you the secret of his Ultimate One Pan Chicken, combining amazing crispy vegetables and delicious finishing sauce. In this episode he also meets up with Supper Club Expert James Ramsden to discover a brand new Spanish inspired pot roasted chicken recipe that really puts him to the test. Which recipe do you prefer? Watch Sage Russell make classic recipes from around the world his own in this Grokker Premium video. Enjoy Sage's Make it Your Own Series and remember to add your own inspiration, and share your photos by posting an 'I Did This'.
3. Fujian Fried Rice by Jeremy Pang (FBC)
In Round 1 of the Food Blogger Challenge, Jeremy Pang shows us how to cook Fujian Fried Rice. Using a wonderful selection of seafood, including prawns, scallops, and squid, a rich broth, and fresh vegetables, Jeremy's Fujian fried rice is absolutely delicious. Join Loyd Grossman in this Grokker Premium Video as he tries Jeremy's original dish, in the first round of Grokker's Food Blogger Challenge. Remember to love this video below, if you would like to see Jeremy in the next round.
4. Orange Glazed Ham
Have you ever tried to boil a ham at home? This recipe takes little effort to prepare and tastes delicious. It is so easy to make and you can use leftovers for ham sandwiches and other recipes in the week.
5. Bacon-Wrapped Smoked Turkey
This recipe calls for many ingredients and some planning, but the finished turkey’s rich, smoky flavor and juicy meat is more than worth it. First, the turkey is brined in a cider-spice brine to season it inside and out. Then, it gets rubbed with butter, honey, and a barbecue spice rub. Next, it's wrapped in bacon and smoked on the grill. As the bird finishes cooking, it gets spritzed with apple juice to beautifully burnish the skin and keep the meat moist and flavorful.
6. Citrus-Rubbed Turkey with Cider Gravy
A citrus-salt rub the night before results in a succulent turkey; a sprinkle of paprika adds extra flavor and a deep, dark color.
7. Chinese Chicken Fried Rice with Tomato Chutney
Fried rice with a twist! Our Expert Linda Lau Anusasananan shows how to make a fusion dish of Chinese fried rice with a fresh Indian chutney from the multicultural island of Mauritius. With leftover rice, see how easy it is to make this one-pan supper in this Grokker Premium video. The recipe comes from her book, The Hakka Cookbook - Chinese Soul Food from Around the World.
8. Turkey Sloppy Joes with Kale Chips
Roll up your sleeves for this neat, nourishing rendition of a meat-and-tomatoes favorite. Use ground turkey as a smart stand-in for ground chuck in a range of recipes -- it provides plenty of meaty flavor, with less saturated fat.
9. Healthy Vegan Collard Wraps
Want something healthy for a light meal or an appetizer? Chef and Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner Talya Lutzker shares an easy and tasty steamed vegan dish in this Grokker Premium video. This recipe is mostly raw vegetables, with a little bit of cooking. It is great to balance out a heavier constitution, wonderful for spring and summer and also a good complement to heavy holiday meals.
10. Easy Matzo Ball Soup Recipe
Passover is coming up and many people will be serving delicious, traditional Matzo Ball soup. So get in on the action! This recipe gives you a few short cuts to create that warm, comforting broth and those light fluffy matzo balls in a fraction of the time! It doesn't have to be Passover to enjoy this dish...who doesn't love chicken soup? Give it a shot.