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.
2. Korean Bibimbap Bites
Bibimbap (mixed rice) is a classic Korean dish and the perfect vehicle to enjoy copious amounts of gochujang. Try my bite-sized vegan twist that's heavy on the veggies and big on taste.
3. Chicken Dumpling Soup
In homage to her Grandmother, Rachel Khoo cooks up a hearty bowl of chicken dumpling soup. The perfect thing if you're feeling under the weather.
4. How to Make Pot Roast
Watch how to make a tasty pot roast, with all the trimmings including a rich gravy, in your slow cooker. You'll get a little help from canned soup and dried soup mix.
5. Hearty Minestrone Soup
This is a winter favorite that is very hearty, raw, and healthy way of warming yourself up for the cold. It's chunky with a great aroma from sundried tomatoes while fresh with ingredients like orange juice, lime juice, parsley, and green beans. Raw Food Expert Leah Putnam incorporates all of the Raw Living essentials in this warm wonderful soup in this Grokker Premium video.
6. Braised Chicken With Vegetables
There are a few different versions of jjimdak in Korean cuisine, depending on the region it comes from and the ingredients used. The popular Andong jjimdak is a special dish from the city of Andong.
7. Pho Chay - Vietnamese Vegan Noodle Soup
Pho Chay, a perfect marriage between Vegan and the most popular Vietnamese dish today, Pho. Now you can enjoy a healthy homemade Pho.
8. Korean grilled pork belly BBQ ("samgyeopsal")
Learn how to make this popular Korean dish. Samgyeopsal can be literally translated as "3 layered flesh"! Whose flesh? yes, it's pork bacon. Samgyeopsal gui is never eaten by itself, it always comes with a variety of vegetables. Nobody can resist the taste of samgyeopsal gui! When she or he eats the grilled pork belly and garlic, green onion salad and soybean paste dipping sauce (ssamjang) in fresh lettuce, they will be hooked! In Korea, the price of pork is much cheaper than beef, so this dish is enjoyed by many people who can't afford to buy good cuts of beef.
9. How To Make Korean Seafood Spicy Soup
Try this wonderful traditional Korean Soup called "Jjampong" that is packed with spices and sweet flavor.
10. Steak and Mushroom Pudding
Here's our version of a very traditional British savoury pudding. This takes a little time to prepare, but once it's cooking you can pretty much leave it alone for 4 hours and come back to a dinner that's ready to go!