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In The Kitchen – Bread sticks

Today I share a recipe for garlic bread, you can now learn In The Kitchen – Bread sticks Video Tutorial

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make bread sticks. Www.sacbee.com recipe. Video by Scott R. Craig / Sacramento Bee. To see a higher resolution video, please visit videos.sacbee.com
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Ox bone soup (Seolleongtang)

Today I will show you Ox bone soup (Seolleongtang) step by step

www.maangchi.com Music: Windy city’s Elnino Prodigo Ox bone soup is very popular all year round in Korea, but especially in the winter. Ingredients (for 6 servings): 2.5 pounds of ox bones, 2 pounds beef flank (or brisket or round), water, Korean radish (or Daikon radish), onion, green onions, salt, black ground pepper, sesame oil. See my site for pictures and descriptions of ingredients: www.maangchi.com Directions: 1. Soak the ox bones and the beef in cold water for 20 minutes to remove any blood. 2. Rinse bones in cold water a couple of times to remove any bone chips. Drain the water. 3. Boil 14 cups water (3 ½ quarts) in a large pot 4. Put the bones and beef into the pot of boiling water. Boil for about 10 minutes. 5. Turn off the heat and take out the bones and beef. Get rid of the water. 6. Rinse and drain the meat in cold water to remove the excess fat. 7. If you only have one pot to use, clean it thoroughly with kitchen soap. 8. Put the bones and the beef back into the pot 9. Add about 12 cups of water (3 quarts), 1 medium size onion, and 1½ pounds of peeled radish to the pot. Bring to a boil over medium heat. 10. When it starts boiling about 20-30 minutes later, lower the heat to simmer for 3 hours 11. Turn off the heat and take the beef and radish out of the pot. Put them into a bowl or container. There may be some white milky broth left in the pot. If so, pour it into a large bowl. Over time we’re going to boil the bones and collect the milky broth in this bowl

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