Top Videos of 2010

By: Frank Samperi
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Help us celebrate the end of 2010 with a round-up of all your Cooking Channel favorites. This week we're looking back at the shows, recipes, foods and photos you loved the most.

#1 Online Video of 2010: Tandoori Chicken

Fans of Indian Food Made Easy host Anjum Anand followed her into the kitchen of Gaylord Restaurant, the very first Indian restaurant to open in mad-for-curry London almost fifty years ago. The tandoori chef walks Anjum through the making of the classic dish, tandoori chicken.

#2. Nigella's Quick Crostini

Nigella's video follows closely behind with an easy crostini recipe that's perfect for your last-minute New Year's party.

#3. Herbed Chicken and Vegetables

Italian cooking goddess Giada found the perfect flavor combination to spice up week-night chicken: fennel seeds, parsley and thyme.

#4. Meet Chuck Hughes

Cooking Channel fans were ready to meet this rock star, his food views and food tattoos. Stand back!

#5. Cooking with a Wok

You won't get too far in Chinese cooking without one of these. Ching starts with Lesson #1: What to buy and how to season it.

#6. Spinach Omelet Souffle

Ah, oui! Laura Calder's ingenious two-whisk method makes one of the fluffiest omelets we've ever seen.

#7. Bitchin' Kitchen Promo

Who'd have guessed this new show would cause such a stir? But Nadia's fans have spoken! Watch out for this firecracker...

#8. The Secret to Scrambled Eggs

Two egg videos in one Top 10 list? In this one, Iron Chef Michael Symon shared his six secrets for egg-cellence.

#9. Making Naan From Scratch

Anjum does double duty, and shows us how easy it actually is to make your own delicious naan bread.

#10. Meet Laura Calder

Laura opened up and told us she wants to be just like the vegetables she cooks with: real, earthy, honest, and a little quirky.

Have you seen all these top videos from the year? Which was your fave?
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