字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hey guys! Mr Oliver here, I wanna teach you how to be an incredible tosser. It looks good, of course, it looks kinda pro. But that's not the reason for doing it, it's about everything that's inside that pan, we wanna kinda give it equal love, of flavour and heat, access to heat right. That's why we do it. So the whole dish just improves in flavour and texture. So let me teach you the tips to being the most unbelievable tosser. First up, cold pan. It might seem weird but trust me. And then just get a couple of handfuls of regular dried rice there, hold it around here. Just like you would a drumstick ok? Secondly use gravity to be your best friend. So just lean it like that, we don't wanna be tossing flat, that's kinda hard. If you go down like that gravity helps you and it flows the food down. Then a little flick back. So we're dipping down, we're using the curve of the pan, and that's why you really need a good pan for this, thick bottom pan so you've got even heat distribution so you've got a nice curved edge. So it's kinda giving you that nice little lick. So use gravity, flick it back. The great thing is of course, when you start cooking, you start being able to multitask. So let's show you a few little things in tossing mode. In we go with some pasta, we can just agitate it like that. The other thing is, when you putting things like parmasan, keep tossing, and you get that perfect mix of ingredients. So you can apply the same thing to so many things, whether it's risotto, whether you're doing a stirfry, whether you're, kinda, doing lovely little croutons in bacon, over a salad. So there you go guys, that is my tossing 101. Share this on social media if you've got a friend who needs help in tossing, or is a tosser but needs a little bit of fine tuning. If you wanna see any more of my videos like how to tenderise my meat, or how to sharpen my big chopper, then click the link in the description box below. Until next time, thank you very much.