字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント So that's right, my yearly Christmas episode got pizzaed I mean what do you expect? Christmas turkey? No. Come on be serious. Ramen? Ah, next year Hey guys, salut it's Alex so this special episode I want to offer you a quirky alternative to the traditional Christmas dinner or at least, well, part of it. I want to make it lighter, more fun yeah, I want to make pizza for Christmas. Is that sacrilege? Not really. I mean maybe It's quite a mission so I am glad this whole episode is a collaboration with Google and their brand new, smart little helper, the Google Home Mini. and their brand new, smart little helper, the Google Home Mini. That device is a gem in the kitchen especially when you're about to get your hands dirty. Speaking of which, let's make some pizza dough. OK so I'm going to be using a very simple pizza dough which involves only three ingredients: flour, instant yeast and salt and uh...[stumbles], ah dammit. You need to use 520 grams of Tipo 00 flour also known as superfine high protein, wheat flour. Our dough is 70% hydration, which means we'll need...hold on a second OK Google [beeps], 70% of 520 "The answer is 364." Ah! 364! Dilute a gram of instant yeast then you want to add a bit of the flour there is no exact proportion a touch, we want to create a buffer before adding the salt. Not to kill our instant yeast Add the remaining flour and combine everything properly. Oops! Let it rest covered for about 30 minutes. It allows the dough to relax and to become more uniform Ok so it is now kneading time. I'm gonna do it All by hand just to set an example and to show you that the old man's still got what it takes. But if you have a stand mixer then please by all means, use it also if you feel that the wet dough situation is just beyond you then lower the hydration to about 60% then everything should be fine. 15 minutes kneading starts now! Ok Google, [beeps] play some music "Alright, music on Google Play music, here you go!" At the end the dough should be more elastic less tacky, but still a bit sticky let it proof in a warm environment until it has doubled in size and for that usually I use my oven without any, you know, heat or whatever, just the light on Ok Google, [beep], set up a 2 hour timer "Alright, 2 hours! Starting now!" Now let's talk about all thinks Christmas. And, spoiler alert! I'm facing a humongous dilemma. So basically, I want to do a Christmas pizza Christmas is turkey. I should be doing turkey pizza it's logical. It's never that easy, right? The truth is I can hardly see anybody willing to swap you know, that legendary bird for a slice or two of pizza as good as as they might be, nah. So, I think it's fair to say "Farewell" to turkey pizza and just try to think of something else, let's try to think of something else... hmm, yeah I got nothing. So, let's just go and see the dough Ohhhhhhh that's what I call a proper rise and I am now dividing it into 300 grams dough balls. All you need to do now is build up some tension by folding the edges back a few times and then make it an actual dough ball the dough feels great. It is super soft and pleasant back in the container and in the fridge they go yeah so that's basically the second proofing happening in the fridge behind me, right now. It's super flexible that part 3 hours up to 3 days, which, uh, give you a lot of options just to wrap your own schedule around this recipe Uh which basically means we've got plenty of time to fix that pizza topping situation...which is killing me Yeah I might have thought of something else, like, just listen, OK Google What is a traditional Christmas dinner "According to wikipedia, traditional Christmas dinner features: turkey with stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, cranberry sauce, and vegetables such as carrots, brussel sprouts, turnip, parsnips, etc" Oooofff And that's precisely my point. Instead of you know, messing around with the holy main, let's just play around with the side dishes, the vegetables. Yeah so basically I'm thinking of 3 Christmas side pizzas the first one will be made of potatoes the second one will be made of stuffing and brussel sprouts, bear with me on this one I've got some nice trick up my sleeve and the third one, I know it said like carrots and parsnips and [sigh] turnips. I want to slightly express my technical reservation, about you know, making a pizza with it so let's not decide too quickly and just you know start with the first two ones the first Christmas side pizza is pizza con patate, it's a classic italian pie. Get the dough out of the fridge, dust it with flour and gentle open it up by spreading it into a disc you want to push the air out usually that is made with rosemary unfortunately I couldn't find it fresh so, uh, lets use that beautiful thyme instead. Add a dash of olive oil A nice dusting of semolina on the pizza peel, a few sprigs of thyme then slice up a few potatoes very finely and place them on the pizza 2 layers, sprinkle that with flakey salt and another drizzle of olive oil and slide this in the oven for about 5 minutes Ok Google Start a 5 minute timer, "Alright, starting now" Always put your oven to the broiler mode or grill mode and always, always the highest temperature available then you want to put the rack on the upper position and use a pizza stone, or better, a pizza steel. More heat capacity and more heat transfer, so it's better woooooowwwww that's my job right here Christmas dinner got so much better funny because I was a bit worried about the potato doneness yeah, absolutely fine second christmas side pizza starts with stuffing finely chop half an onion and a quarter of an apple season with salt and roast in the oven for a few minutes meanwhile remove the skin from a good quality sausage now mix those ingredients together along with a bit of dried sage now let's talk about something quite controversial brussel sprouts. Ok Google, brussel sprouts vitamins "On the website whfoods.com, they say they are an excellent source of vitamin C, and vitamin K. They are a very good source of numerous nutrients including folate, manganese, vitamin B-6, dietary fibre, choline, copper, vitamin B-1, potassium, phosphorous, and omega 3 fatty acids Yeah so basically you want to include those as much as possible Within your christmas diet. The question is, how? it smells green, it smells nutty, it smells fresh instead of boiling them, or doing anything stupid that will obviously get them over cooked you should roast them at the highest temperature possible and for the shortest amount of time possible. Pizza Cut them into slices, not too thin otherwise They will just burn, a bit of olive oil and a bit of salt on the pizza they go along with the tiny stuffing meatballs and pop that in the oven oooohlalalalalala The first flavour is the sage then you've got the sausage, the sweetness, the chili because we roasted it for a very short period of time even the brussel sprouts still is a bit crunchy ummm so you know while we were baking the first two pizzas I think I came up with the perfect solution for the christmas carrot pizza problem. It's so simple! How could I have missed it in the first place Let's not use carrots and use chestnuts instead I said I had a solution I did not say it was fair and so starts pizza number 3 add a generous amount of smoked cheese, I'm using smoked raclette cheese here, I gotta be french somewhere Crumble a few roasted chestnuts over it and now pop that in the oven you wanna finish that off with a few shavings of mushrooms and a nice crack of black pepper I swear I wanted to say something in the first place but I don't know what to say it's just good Hello? hello? I really hope that you guys enjoyed those recipes and if you did please give the video a big thumbs up, like it, and share it over all your social media with your friends and your family because it's christmas right? Of course a big thank you goes to google and their brand new smart google helper the google home mini that thing is precious in the kitchen. Fun story but true fact it does understand even a slight and you know subtle french accent like mine, what? And last click subscribe because I make new videos about food every week you know it's always about challenging the status quo it's always bout trying to get smarter in the kitchen, I mean sort of anyways, take care, buh bye, merry christmas and salut!