Hi guys so this is my FIRST cooking tutorial on how to PEEL and STIRFRY shrimp in a VERY simple way (you can get the cooking sauce and oil at local Ralph’s or other grocery stores . Most of the time , people will just get the already peeled shrimp and it costs more than unpeeled ones , actually we can save money just by peeling it ourselves , it’s super easy ! also for stir-fry shrimp , all you need is shrimp , cooking oil , onions and black pepper sauce ! hope you enjoy it , don’t forget to tell me what you think about it ! thanks so so much !!!! CHECK OUT MY YOUTBE CHANNEL : www.youtube.com ADD ME AS FRIEND at www.facebook.com FOLLOW ME ON MY BLOG : pandoraspalette.blogspot.com MY NETSHOW : netshowscommunity.ning.com Much Love& Care, CeCe
♥ Please Subscribe my channel for more delicious recipes! www.youtube.com ♥ Visit my Blog for written recipes and everyday meal! – seonkyounglongest.blogspot.com ♥ Add me on Facebook for everyday update!- http ♥ Follow me on Instagram!- @Seonkyoung ♥ Follow me on Twitter! – twitter.com ♥ Visit my website!- www.SeonkyoungLongest.com Hi everyone! Welcome to my cooking channel (food channel)! In this video I’m going to show you how to make Chinese Style BBQ Ribs! One of my favorite way to rib, so delicious!! I boiled it instead baking. And it is juicy and super tender!! As you can see in the video, it’s falling out from the bones.
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In this video, Betty demonstrates how to make heartwarming Italian Sausage Hoagies. They are made of browned Italian sausage slices, mixed with sautéed green and red peppers and onion, placed in hollowed out bolillo buns that are toasted and spread with mayonnaise and Italian sauce. They are quick and easy to make, and this recipe will make a lot of them! These hoagies will warm your tummy and also your heart! Ingredients: 2/3 pound Italian sausage (2 links, hot or mild, with casings removed) 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil ½ green bell pepper, chopped ½ red bell pepper, chopped ½ medium onion, chopped hoagie buns (I used whole wheat unsliced bolillo buns, which I hollowed out and filled, but any type of unsliced hoagie bun is fine.
Here at the Pit, we call them “Jacks Ribs” but typically they are known as Country Style Pork Ribs. They are simple to grill and a great recipe to have on hand if you need a quick and easy meal hot off the BBQ grill. Although most Ribmen describe this cut of meat more as a “chop” than a “rib”, the pork industry prefers to call them Ribs