Reviewing Secret Cheats Used by Pro Chefs

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Reviewing Secret Cheats Used by Pro Chefs

I'M saying this out of their earshot, but the chefs here at sorted have a huge amount of useful knowledge and experience inside their weird brains, which can be particularly useful with everything that's going on right now. We'Ve just got to find a way of extracting it. Okay, boys: this is how it's going to work. Two clashes under each is pretty much the same dish. One is prepared more traditionally and one with our super hack, cheat tip thing: they're branding themselves, superheroes.

No, it is a super tip. It doesn't make us super good included what you want. Mate yeah, two teams, super tips: oh oh, lift The Clash on a that's you, that's a more traditional take on this

dish. Okay, spaghetti and cheese. Have a taste see what you think it is.

I know what this is. This is: is this a calcio, a Pepe yeah catch, your Pepe? Are we gon na have some pinot grigio with it? This is pasta yeah with cheese and pepper, sauce Temple, so effective wow that is so Jeff's season stuff. They just eat everything out, it's just perfect.

So what do you love about the dish? It'S Simplicity, cheese, salt, pepper and then it sort of Boop you're making me feel ill. Pretty simple, well-seasoned, delicious tasting pasta, try cloche B, oh whoa, I mean good job. Italians. Don'T watch this channel, we've already defended them all off.

What'S that pasta started on the other side of the world in the Far East, instant Ramen, instant noodles turned into ketchup Pepe. Oh, it's got very different texture straight away. That'S really good! That'S amazing! It'S completely different!

Actually so, basically, when you wanted pasta well seasoned what about, if we were to use instant noodles still got black pepper and butter and cheese, but it's also got that wonderful, sachet of seasoning. That'S it isn't it that's doing the job. For you, oh right, the flavor is actually more intense, yeah, no, definitely getting more heat from the pepper as well. It'S like it's absorbing more flavor. You also get all of that spiced and almost herbiness.

Don'T you from the seasoning packet texture, wise, typical, instant noodles, in that they haven't, got as much bite they're, not as Al Dente, but actually as a big wet mouthful of deliciousness. It'S really satisfying like it. It is exactly that. Why would a pro Chef make this over that? So I think when you say Pro Chef, what you're talking about is a food team who live and breathe food and know when to break the rules.

In this instance, it is an instant noodle that we're hacking it with it makes it quicker, like a third of the time, you're cooking it for two or three minutes, rather than eight nine ten in boiling water and you've got that seasoning packet. So if, as a normal home cook, you are less comfortable getting the seasoning right, then this little sachet kind of does it for you. Pasta really began in the Far East in China anyway, and the ramen noodle came from China before it moved to Japan. So, actually, maybe we're just winding about the clock, so you're telling me that this is the traditional dish. You are telling the internet that this is the traditional dish.

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No, but I'm also saying that black pepper, a key ingredient, there isn't grown in Rome, but it was a big spice seasoning in Rome way back when, however, it came from the Far East, do you want to move to number two and see what else we can Impress you with yes, please can I finish this first, no pass it here. Next, one lift cloche a a favorite on the channel; okay, oh yes, no economy, economyaki, correct love that think, Japanese pancake! It'S got a wonderful filling with an awful lot of deliciousness inside cabbage. Being a big ingredient, the Bottom's burnt, there is a dish underneath all of this: oh oh Bonito, Flakes and Nori sheets and everything else. This is amazing for those of you who haven't heard of it before it tastes better than it sounds, but it's awesome buzzing for this cabbage Ginger spring onion.

The sauce on top is our cheats, kind of Japanese barbecue sauce, which we use wow all spice. To take. You to that part of the world and it's finished with some deliciousness. I need the barbecue sauce right now, because that's awesome, it's Umami, Sweet Sticky is amazing, love it now when it comes to making it we've done it a few times on the channel between us. There is that moment of you know getting the right temperature before you flip it, so you cook it through flipping.

It is quite fiddly, that's the bit that I think puts people off so lift cloche V s, it's economy, awful, but you know what right so. We'Ve done amazingly well and I'll. Tell you why? Because we spent a decade saying to these guys make that easier and they go here. You go and give you a chefy solution and you go yeah, it's lovely, but can you make it easier?

Can you make now they're putting us in video formats where they're making things yeah we've got them, we might have got them or they might have given up or they might have been going crazy. It is exactly the same batter exactly the same ingredients, except rather than the complicated bit of putting in the pan and flipping it and knowing when to flip it in temperature control whack it in a waffle line, so it Cooks, the top and the bottom evenly. And you get those lovely little divots for your sources on top. Yes, this is actually really smart. In theory, Cheers Cheers you've got an added waffle, texture to something that was already incredible.

The top and the bottom have gone. Crustier you've got some nice charring on the bottom of the economyaki. There really nice, but this is more of a crispy texture and it's actually that's really nice. Isn'T it. I love the pocket pockets of sauce.

The original is a whirlday. I actually like prefer the waffle texture really yeah, I like it, it's different and it's really Pleasant. The reason that this is good to me is because I have experience of burning economiyaki, it's really hard to know when it's cooked through and to when it's gone too far and you've burnt the bottom yeah, and this solves that, and it doesn't just solve it, because We crowbarred a solution into a waffle iron. It solves it and actually adds something decent to the end result yep. What else could go in Falafel falafels for waffles?

Okay, uh, the Korean pancake, a bulgy mix, bread, dough, a sponge and in Rich dough does quite a lot of alternatives are one purpose I should like this and so he's gone out to force other uses into a one-purpose machine, and it's worked he's the last person In the world, I'd expect to break rules yeah. I know that waffle economyaki is not traditional, it's not what you're going to get in Japan. It'S excellent street food. If you go there, we've had it in Tokyo, it's insanely good yeah. It doesn't need changing when you eat out, but if you want to cook it at home, here's an easier way we're doing well, two!

So far, would you like a third? Yes, please, if you're enjoying this, there are some small things you can do that make a big difference to us like the video subscribe. If you aren't click the notification Bell and select all thanks. Fingers crossed three for three lift Clash: a just like a buttery leaky soup yeah. It'S like a Chili dress, chili, or it's got a little bit of chili oil on it, which is like our addition.

I think in these winter months, just to give it an extra lift, but underneath is something very classic: very silky starchy's like a potato and leek potato and chive potato and what's the herb, I think your potato and leek is pretty close. It'S not potato and leek. It'S leaking potato, which is a classic soup, but okay, what we did was prepare it very classically, so you sweat off leeks and potato, which you peel and chop and put through sweat it all down stock and then finish it once it's blended with some chopped herbs. We have added the chilies an extra little kick to what is otherwise a very simple soup delicious at this time of year. Soups are the way forward because they are super seasonal, they're, affordable, they're, nutritious and they're.

Really easy. However, what about cloche B classic? Don'T don't mess with the classic always mess with the classic, make it easier or something make it green. Is that what you're expecting oh, this has got to be pee right again. The chili is an addition to give it that extra kick optional extra.

But what about the soup itself? Yeah is delicious, it tastes different, but it has the same properties like it's creamy. It'S thick, the chili oil is awesome like that really makes a difference and it and it's Herby. Is it Herby because the greens have been blended into it more rather than scattered through? So there are two main things: we've changed here, one of them you're absolutely right, rather than chop herbs finely which involves knife technique and then stir it through.

We just blended it in you're blending the soup anyway, so combine the two. What you get is a real freshness. You add in those herbs raw in the last 30 seconds of blending, and you get that wonderful, green, vibrant, fresh Herbie color, it's slightly less starchy. It'S not as gloopy as a finish, perhaps not as starchy and Flowery, and the reason being aside from saving the knife work on chopping herbs. We'Ve also saved a lot of knife work with the potatoes rather than peeling and chopping potatoes.

That is made with a bag of kettle chips. What potato chips? Crisps, yep? What rehydrate rehydrated yeah thrown into the rest of the ingredients once the leeks have sweated down you throw in the kettle chips and what they do. Is they hydrate?

You think about what crisps are they've got that fattiness to them so you're, adding that richness they've also mean that every crisp has got that perfect dextronization, that golden color. That makes everything taste good. You'Ve got that in every single Grace. This is created monsters. We have what quantities are we talking like a handful, a whole bag like what pretty much hand for hand a potato have a handful of crisps.

They kind of end up doing a similar thing anywhere, where you need potato as a thickener, I.E, you need to cook potatoes and then blend it or you want to hydrate and have sliced potatoes. Crisps are already done for you, so I did it the other day and I passed it on for a tortilla Spanish style, slices of potato gratan, cracked around eggs yeah. What you're also doing in this is you're letting us loose so the next time there's a battle. It'S your fault.

You boys, you boys. After 12 years you boys are loose enough like there is literally nowhere. You haven't gone with food Fusion. True, that is true. Well, I've got more ideas: yeah yeah, beginning everything.

That'S going on at the moment we've been saying to the chefs: hey, can you make stuff easier and quicker and potentially more cheap? So this is the result of that. I wasn't expecting anything like this look as a community as a country as a world. We should probably be moving more away from Ultra processed foods, they are high fat, salt sugar and we should be doing more scratch cooking. However, there are times when processed food can get you 95, the way, sometimes better, with a fraction of the effort, and it's probably worth saying that all of these cheats and hacks today, along with a ton of others, is the thinking that went into our latest cookbook.

Can'T be asked with rules where you can break the rules and the misconceptions to just get deliciousness on the table. Super easy at home. How many more have you got left? We'Ve got one more for you today, but there's dozens of ideas in the book last one. We'Ve done lots of cheats and hacks and tips.

I think it's time to celebrate, lift cliche a Milky Delight a cocktail cocktail. Yeah. Okay, I mean you can either just sit in the glass I've. Given you straws, if you want it's up to you, yeah just don't blow bubbles, let's see it off, oh what no! Let'S not I mean it is more a cocktail to be sipped.

I mean I chunk that I don't even know where it was. Was it nice? It is it waits. I mean I feel like throw a straw, maybe not. What is that like I've had that before?

Okay, that is whiskey and there we go. That'S probably better. That is a whiskey based cocktail. It'S a whiskey, sour, absolutely yeah, so it's got bourbon in it um. But then it's got sugar syrup, lime, juice, egg white, which gives it that sort of um really silky, creamy, inverted commas, uh thing and it's shaking over ice.

Then it's strained off and served over ice. Different colors you've done that one you're not impressed, have a sit, maybe not through this drawer. Well, that tastes like that's fruity. It tastes completely different, it's absolutely delicious. That is your kind of cocktail Day.

By far I love my whiskey, but it's still bourbon and it's still sour. That is outrageously good. That'S not that's nicer it for my palette, I would say so I think there is this perception that good cocktails are difficult and you need to be a mixologist to get it right. Certainly, when you go out and you see bar staff shaking them, you think I need a cocktail set. All of that becomes more tricky at home.

What we've done is just use leftovers more creatively, a jar of raspberry jam, the last little bit that you can't quite get out with a knife. Instead add lime juice, whiskey, we've actually gone for aquafaba, so it's a vegan version and shake it. Your cocktail set. Is your Jam Jar you waste nothing because you get all of that last Jam, you have the fruit and you also have the sugar sweetness from jam without having to make sugar syrup. It saves on so many points: zero food waste and more exciting leftovers.

I do that, that's mad. I do that with cream and jam. I think you told me that age ago, to make a whipped, strawberry cream Evers does the same with alcohol. Of course he does, all I'm saying is sometimes people see leftovers as boring or as difficult to be. Creative with this is excellent, because I have a range of spirits and I have a range of jams now, as soon as I get.

In fact, I might just get halfway through and go yeah, that's pretty much on its way out you're using a jar of jam and as you get towards the bottom you're like it's nearly time. I deserve the drink now, but the reality is it doesn't matter how careful you are it's difficult to get that last bit of jam or marmalade or peanut butter out of a Jam Jar? What am I adding to peanut butter right now? Tell me I'm just saying I'm giving you options. No you're not tell me give me details well, why not just milk like, like you suggested White, Russian, milk and rum.

The point here, as with all of the examples today, start to think outside the box with how we can use these cheats and hacks and tips just to make your cooking easier in this case. It'S about not wasting anything avoiding leftovers and they don't have to be boring or difficult to use. Just be playful. I think all bar the first one, which I will be doing and like literally slopping it yeah I would at home, make and like for when people come around and then a halfway through, like the hors d'oeuvre of the soup, I'll be right. Kettle chips in there and they'll be like what and I'm like yeah.

I know I I know what I'm doing so much yeah, I'm able to create something that tastes like that. Using crisps and people will love me even more. I thought we'd have to spend the video extracting the value out of their heads. No, the value is already there and the extraction has been done over the last decade, so keep doing what we're doing basically keep doing. What we're doing these are cheats and hacks we're proud of.

They are nicknames cheeks and cheese and hats, cheeks and hacks. It'S like chasing status, yeah chips and hacks. Let'S start a drum and bass put cheese and hats, yeah, cheating, hats, it's like fruits and cats, boots and cats, but cheats and cats like no vowels. Oh you've had a

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