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4 Ways We Use Strawberries
- Опубліковано 5 чер 2023
- We make 4 different dishes using strawberries and talk about it!
Recipe Alvin made:
“Fresh Strawberry Milk Recipe | HANSE”
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Recipe Andrew made:
Strawberry Parfait with Olive Oil Cake
Bouchon Bakery by Thomas Keller and Sebastien Rouxel
Inga’s recipe inspired by:
Easy Homemade Strawberry Fruit Leather
Baked by Rachel
Epicurious | Shelley Wiseman
Recipe Rie made:
いちごのコクテイル (Strawberry Cocktail)
0:50 Alvin - Strawberry milk
4:23 Andrew - Strawberry parfait
14:28 Inga - Strawberry pomegranate fruit leather
19:48 Rie - Strawberry cocktail
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This series/channel is basically Andrew's development arc.
I was thinking about the very same thing!!
Yes! I mean, when my boy said "parfait" 🔥🔥🔥🔥
What do you mean??
yea worth it is his flashback story why he become cook, he remember his memory with his friend steven then now is ATE is his development arc
Okay here's an idea! Add Rie's boozy strawberry to Andrew's Parfait, top that up with Alvin's Strawberry Milk and garnish the whole whole thing with Inga's Fruit leather strips! A good name for this would be Death by Strawberry!
I absolutely LOVE that idea!
Seems like a dream to a strawberry loving addict like me ✨👄✨👌
The idea of each of them providing a key aspect of a dish seems like a pretty fun idea actually.
That's exactly what I thought!! Put them all together y'all!! ^w^
These 4 should make a cookbook of all their recipes for everyone to have, that would FLY off the shelves!
Just to clarify, this cook book would be some of their own recipes and recipes they like that others own and they would just give credit to the original creator. I think everyone can agree we watch this people we love the food, but more importantly, the people involved.
i will definitely preorder it right now
but their recipes are from other books, so it will be like a compilation of recipes?
But if you wathc closely, mosty none of the recipes they make are developed by them. They're following someone else's recipe.
Since Rie is finally incorporating alcohol in her dishes again, why not have an alcohol episode? Hmm? Thoughts? Anyone?
Imagine someone tries a flambe
Yasss yasss yasss
I second the motion!
love inga and alvin's culinary contrast - inga usually makes out of the box, experinental dishes that always turn out amazing! while alvin perfects classic familiar dishes and makes it gourmet
Love how everyone's faces lighted up when Rie talked about her son. They all love him so much 😇
I was also thinking the same!
Or it's the polite thing to do?
You are always so kind and appreciative of each other, I love that. And nobody rolls their eyes when e.g. Inga says "homemade muscovado syrup" or Andrew gets excited about exactly hitting 50 grams of egg. You always support each other, you are such a gift to the cooking community and the internet.
This was super fun. Earlier episodes of this series had a zoom class kinda vibe as an undertone. This one has a cheerful/jovial vibe. The playful jokes and all.
Breakout room fun time =))
My sister has been a qualified pastry chef for over 17 years, and she recommends raising the bowl to mix the ingredients at the bottom too. 😂😂
My family also does Alvin's version but with a twist. A family "recipe"
We mash the strawberries (leaving in some chunks),
and instead of turning it into a compote and adding sugar, we simply add condensed milk already (no milk necessary at this point) and mix it together
And then top it off with ice.
Leave it in the fridge to chill, or you can put it in the freezer for a couple of hours if you want it to turn into sort of an ice/cream or sorbet type of texture.
We do it every summer and it's always a hit.
sweetened condensed milk or no?
We do the exact same thing!
This. Sounds. DELICIOUS!!!! 😍 I’m going to try making this!!!!
@Ainsley Jordan probably so that its sweet. They said they dont add sugar :)
For anyone who was hoping for a savoury recipe from Inga and was disappointed, look into Strawberry, basil and feta salad! Very popular and definitely savoury :)
Not really tho
@Clément Not really what?
@hayleydid Yeah !
yes with balsamic vinegar and olive oil :)
You should do "4 ways we use buckwheat flour"! I love buckwheat flour, it's so versatile and it's great in savory or sweet baked goods.
Edit: Andrew and Rie both used Harry's Berries!! Harry's berries are incredible!
One of them could make buckwheat blinis?
@TheGoodWitchLuzura Oh, nice! Yeah, that would be awesome, too.
@TheGoodWitchLuzura buckwheat blini canape with smoked salmon, creme fraiche, and dill is one of the all time elite foods
@Den I//Noble Russkie fugggg that sounds delicious 😍
This is such a great series. I hope they make more of these. I'd love to see them do staple ingredients (rice, eggs, soy sauce etc) and some specialty ingredients (maybe something mostly used in their culture/childhood or something suggested by a viewer).
yesss id love some where they do rice and beans and stuff like that. so theres more ideas to use up stuff in the pantry
Andrew's parfait is insane! Love how he challenges himself to create something complicated. I want to do the same and I'll start by buying that book!
It's cute that Inga and Alvin would complement/acknowledge each other. 💙
The Bouchon Bakery book is so inspiring and has a lot of ambitious, fantastic recipes! Love to see the parfait here
I love seeing how each of you think when processing a culinary challenge
An audible “yay” everytime a new video comes out ! I think anyone really into cooking would love Manresa’s strawberry gazpacho and fig leaf curd. It’s savory sweet and vegetal with both a crunchy and smooth mouthfeel. If nothing else, the cookbook is gorgeous. Thanks for all of the great recipes!
this is literally my current favorite YT channel:'')
the production, the creators, everything is just spot on !!
Watch this series, when they cook at their own home make me feel "i also can cook this"
Rie being agressive over parfait is full on my favourite thing 😂❤️ ”you know where I live!”
you should do oats! they are so versatile, I'd be so intrigued to see what you all make!
PLEASE WE WANT MORE OF THIS!!!! THIS IS THE BEST SERIES EVER
The green leafy top of the strawberry is called the hull. So when you are removing it, that process is called hulling the strawberry :)
This is fact. There are specific gadgets and tools sold as strawberry dehullers too which removes the hull as well as the *pith* which is that inner core, usually white, that Rie removes by using the tip of her knife!
These recipes look bomb 😋 also Alvin don't sell yourself short, you are really good at what you do 🙂❤️
Rie, if you're reading this I recommend you store your strawberrys in an air tight container or an old jam jar, it lasts longer 💕
I love this type of conversational show. It’s almost like a class presentation which I just think is kinda fun and exciting haha!
09:46 the way Inga says Custard is so adorable lol
She‘s so cute
I swear Rie, Alvin and Inga are some of my favourite people on the internet
Tip, if you're making the strawberry milk cut up the fruit thinly and cover with sugar then leave overnight (generally something you can do with most fruit for jam)
It's also yummy to put on ice-cream just like that
Wouldn’t it be cool if they have to incorporate each other’s dishes into one afterwards ? Just a thought for when they can do it in person :)
Yess !! I love HANSE’s recipes for flavored milks, her banana and strawberry milk recipes are amazing 🌸
I'm always most excited for Andrew's part because it's lovely to see everyone really get into whatever it is he decided to make.
I really appreciate how Andrew always trying a new things that he's never tried before
I like Alvin because he gave an easy recipe to try at home, basic and delicious, that's what we need for easy home cooking.
I always waiting Rie to use alcohol for the recipe even tho I can't drink, she is so "I C O N I C"
And Inga, her recipe is so extra like usual and that's what I love her and she is always appreciate her mother recipe and really kind to share it.
Love this Fantastic4 of kitchen and food
I love how Birda custard powder is such an exciting product. In the UK, almost every household has a tub of it somewhere!
i love how every episode, the three/four dishes that they make can combine to form a 3/4-course meal or a perfect dish
If the stand mixer isn’t reaching the bottom of the bowl, you can turn the screw in the front of the machine to bring the bowl closer to the mixer! There’s an article on Serious Eats about that :)
Rei will always make the video 10x better. 100/10 I love these videos
I absolutely love making strawberry and basil cookies or strawberry lemonade Madelines when I get the chance. But these all looked so yummy!!
I love the fact that there's no music, you just enjoy a nice and pure conversation.
Inga: my mom said to make it because it’s expensive
Also inga: uses expensive ingredients 😂
Isn't it ironic that Alvin has all this 100hrs, 72hrs recipe videos on UA-cam but for this series he always makes the simplest dish with the least amount of effort and time. Anyways I'm loving that Alvin can now chill after binge watching his struggles from those giant food he does on tasty 😂
I love this series! It's always surprising and inspiring and really beautiful - in the artistic shots of the food and the really sweet and meaningful conversation. Thanks guys
In times when I could eat strawberries I loved to make strawberry milk like Alvin did. I thought everyone knew that’s how you make it. But sometimes I just blended raw strawberries and milk and that’s yummy too. Love all of you guys 🥰
I usually make like a strawberry pie sort of. It's a pie crust in the bottom and then you melt chocolate over that, add marzipan in a thin layer when the chocolate has hardened, sliced strawberries and then an elderflower whipped cream. Super nice for summer!
Love love love this series and everyone involved!
fresh strawberry milk tastes so good! i hate the taste of artificial strawberry especially in milk-- so when i tried the fresh one, it blew my mind. i also made fresh banana milk once and it was really good.
Rie if you have strawberries that have gone kinda mushy but aren't rotten you can make a strawberry tart tartan or a strawberry upside down cake with some lemon zest in it. Delicious. Also there's always the backup plan of jam which will keep for years.
Someone needs to introduced Andrew to brazilian Strawberry Caipiroska (witch is basically a version of Capirinha made with vodka and fruit other than lime, so you can use strawberry, passion fruit, kiwi… suit yourself)
A tip for Andrew! You can adjust the height of the kitchen aid beater. There’s loads of helpful videos on YT on how to do this. Based on the buttercream section, I think you’ve got clearance to lower the beater without hitting your bowl. Hope this helps!
I am so allergic to strawberries but these recipes are so delicious looking.
I would to see artichoke being used as a common ingredient, it has such incredible versatility and amazing chemical uniqueness that tricks your tastebuds! I love the content! Keep it up
alvin is so relatable. he watches cooking tree, he watches hanse but the difference is, he can cook like a 5 star michelin but i can’t😭
In my family we do a rhubarb tart with vanilla milk cream et strawberry on top, perfect for summer !
another really great episode, I would love to see more fruit/ vegetable specific videos :)
I use a egg crate to store my strawberries this way they don’t touch and bruise quickly. They last double the time in the fridge. 💛🍓
They should do a tell us what you made avocado video, would love to see what they do with that :))
I was expecting Inga to make something savory lmao
My last strawberry recipe was a jam I made. Half strawberries, half cherries, used dates as sugar and "canned" the jam to make it last longer. Love it :)
Andrew, not only you have to incorporate the creme patissiere and the butter cream gradually, but it's better to do it with a spatula. If you whisk something that has already been whipped, you are gonna release all of its air and it's not gonna be as firm as it's supposed to be.
I had a dessert at a wedding once where the strawberries had been done in whiskey and black pepper like Rie's, served over good vanilla ice cream!
Strawberry milk is dope i saw another video with the same process and its honestly perfect for making sure strawberries don't go to waste
I was low key hoping that Inga would straight up make a savoury dish with strawberries
something about this channel is so calming i love how different the recipes are.. some are simple some are complex
In this kind of episodes, I always feel like Rie is the one who has the simplest recipes. 😂
i just love everyones wholesome energy and passion in this video ☺️💜
I love HANSE's videos! Very aesthetic ASMR baking and drink recipes 🍓
Yo Andrew was soo meticulous as usual. And it looks delicious 🤤
always love to see the creation of you guys!!
by the way, about Andrew's stand mixer, there's a way to adjust the gap between the whisk and the bottom of the bowl by tightening/loosening the screw at the hinge between the head and the body of the stand mixer. hope it helps 😊
awe they got so excited to see the birds custard powder 😂 its very common here in the uk to find supermarket
Hey I love you guys and I think you should totally do *4 ways to use brown sugar*
I’m just surprised they’ve only *heard* of Bird’s custard powder🤣 It feels like an important item in the Malaysian home baker’s household. It’s used a lot in making biscuits, I usually use it to shortcut custard, aaand sometimes if I’m out of cornstarch for fried chicken, I substitute that with custard powder instead🤭
That strawberry milk looks delicious 🤤 I grow strawberry on the rooftop so I could use the recipe. Thank you.
I love Andrew's dish, he made the most effort and crème mousseline is so difficult! He did very well for experimenting
What we do for our strawberries, we cut it up, put some condensed milk and some nestle cream. You chill it for 4 hours, you have a creamy dessert. ❤❤
I love how always enthusiastic Alvin is
I love you guys
I love how their recipes are so different from each other and all seem simple yet complex and elegant.
Andrews ain't simple... But you right
I love the fact that Inga cleans her fruits for real girl keep it up ✨
Andrew's explanation skills and his voice will make anything and everything interesting!
haha hearing them all get excited about birds custard powder is somehow really adorable. it's so common here in the UK but I guess not so much in the US!
I smiled the whole time. I absolutely love this channel & this series. And strawberries!
My favourite strawberry recipe is cut strawberries into chunks (halves make them look like little hearts so great for Valentines!), put into a container, adds lots of sugar, and leave in the fridge for two days, shaking once a day and maybe adding a little more sugar if it's not really wet. Once the strawberries have kind of broken down a bit and the liquid has become syrupy, pour over top of vanilla ice cream, there's just something about the strawberries and vanilla that works so well together. Also can be used in a strawberry pavlova, my favourite, but I use whipped cream instead of ice cream for that so cut down on sweetness.
Like how Alvin always comments on the good camera/video shots 📸
Literally my favorite show!! I learn so much! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
as someone who's allergic to strawberries i can't wait to see all of the different meals that could kill me 🤩
Alvin's inspiration is basically from UA-cam and I can see his creation is the most simplest one here meanwhile Andrew is showing off his talent 😃
I'm more of a chocolate instead of strawberry person but these recipes look so good. 😍😍
First of all, I didn’t know people washed strawberries without adding salt to the water. Second, my mom makes a similar (nonalcoholic) recipe to Rie that’s just cut strawberries with honey and a dash of orange juice. I’ve grown up having it every summer since I was 4
Although Japanese people are usually very meticulous and we measure every single thing specifically, the recipe Rie-san uses was so rough! I know it’s a Japanese guy’s recipe but it seems to be more like grandma’s recipe! Would love to try the strawberry cocktail 🍓❤️
More desserts please!
I personally think that strawberry milk tastes better after you put it in the fridge overnight, it tastes a bit more like yogurt
I love this combination I’ve always loved each of them individually and in pairs but all four of them together each different styles
This is my favorite food show now, love the chilled calm vibe.
after seeing rie's dish I was thinking in my head like "this recipe is definitely not for her child" and then inga said the same thing 😂 that's why rie needs some ideas
Oh strawberry milkshake is made similarly at my home too. We candy/jam the strawberries in winter, & then just put it in milk, & sometimes replace 1/3rd of the glass quantity with vanilla ice cream, & then blitz it in Mixer. Comes out nice & thick & natural pink.
You can do the same with mangoes & chiku too. My grandmother makes candy preserve of peaches too but we only use that in ice cream, but it might be a nice addition to ice tea.
finally! i've been waiting for a new vid of this series to come up, i love watching you guys make different dish and talk together :)
Thank you Andrew for the inspo. I just made the olive oil cake using your recipe. It is easy, fool proof, and delicious.
With Korean style strawberry milk, you want to crush them with the sugar and a pinch of salt to help them break down into a good texture and cook off the moisture very quickly to maintain the fresh flavor. You really should add vanilla too. If you let the milk and syrup sit in the fridge for a day or two and then add cold finely chopped strawberries when you serve it, it gets even better.
Also, strawberries are actually not berries, they’re part of the rose family so they should have a floral note.
Thank you for a lovely set of strawberry ideas. Here's another wonderful strawberry DESSERT that may appeal to you all, but maybe especially to Rie. It's a bowl of strawberries with freshly ground BLACK PEPPER. I first enjoyed it as dessert years ago on a visit to Montreal. I serve it with fresh berries and heavy cream (simply poured or whipped), but it can also be served in other variations (with added basil, sugar and/or a liqueur). But the essential is the pepper - which one tastes both on its own and because it somehow brings out more of the strawberry flavor.
yes to strawberries + balsamic vinegar!! chopped strawberries + a little brown sugar and balsamic vinegar is one of my favorite snacks!