Katy welcomes young cooks into her kitchen to cook a tasty treat. They find out how bananas grow and then mix up a delicious spiced banana pudding.
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Hello, lovely to see you.
I've just been getting ready for today's recipe.
It's going to be so delicious today and I can't wait.
-Hi, Nicoletta, hello.
Now, do you want to know what recipe we're going to cook?
Well, today's tasty recipe is going to be...
spiced banana pudding.
Doesn't that look really yummy?
Now we're just about ready
but there's one thing that we need to do first.
Do you know what it is?
-CHILDREN: Wash our hands!
-You've got it!
# Roll up your sleeves
# Give your hands a wash
# With slippy-dippy soap
# Splish splash splosh
-# Have you done your hands?
-# Washed and dried?
-# Sleeves rolled up?
-# Apron tied?
# What can you do?
# I can cook. #
-Let's get cooking, everyone!
To make our spiced banana pudding,
we're going to need a dish like this that can go in the oven
which I've already buttered for you.
And we're going to need two slices of brown bread
that's nice and square like these two I've got here.
And we need to butter it with some soft butter and a butter knife.
So, let's get started.
It's like we're making a sandwich, isn't it?
Nicoletta, what's your favourite sandwich to eat
in the whole wide world?
Mayonnaise and ham and butter.
Oh! A ham sandwich!
-Love ham sandwiches.
Have you spread your butter all to the edges?
-That's brilliant, well done, Tiffany.
What does it remind you of when you're spreading the butter?
Stroking a dog.
Painting a picture.
Ellie, you are a champion spreader.
And now we're going to turn our squares into triangles
and carefully cut them from corner to corner.
So, go like this.
And now we've got two big triangles.
If we cut it again from the other corner...
..Look! We've got four triangles.
What do triangles remind you of?
I'm going to make two big mountains with my bread.
One mountain and then...
Nicoletta, how many triangles have you made?
James, are you making the biggest mountain in the world
out of triangles?
No, it's the longest mountain.
A really long mountain.
That's really cool. And Ellie's got a mountain.
I've got two mountains.
Tiffany's got two mountains and so has Nicoletta - brilliant!
Now we're going to crack an egg into a cup.
Who likes cracking eggs?
Do you like cracking eggs too?
Take your egg and we'll knock on the door. Ready?
Let's knock together, go!
Knock, knock, knock.
Then carefully open it up.
We're going to use a fork and give it a whisk.
And this is a bit like whizzing around a cement mixer.
Three, two, one, whisk!
Who can make a sound like a cement mixer.
Like this - whizzzzz.
Can you pretend to mix at home as well?
That's it, keep whisking.
How fast can you whizz around your egg?
Next we're going to take the milk and splosh it in with the egg.
Brilliant, well done.
Now take your fork and give it another little whizz around.
And we're going to add some lovely sugar
to make it taste really sweet and yummy.
So, pour it in everyone.
Now the sugar's a bit naughty
and sometimes it sits at the bottom of the cup
so you need to give it a mix
to make sure that it doesn't sit at the bottom.
Stop because we're going to get out our pinchy fingers.
Can you go like this - waa, waa, waa!
Waa, waa! Can you get your pinchy fingers out?
And we're going to take a pinch of cinnamon.
Now cinnamon is going to add lots of scrumptious flavour
to our spiced banana pudding.
So sprinkle it into your cup.
And who can guess what we're going to do next?
Got it! We're going to give it a mix.
-James, do you like mixing?
-It is, isn't it? I love mixing.
It looks like coffee.
It looks like coffee?
-You're making a mess.
-I'm making a mess?!
I'm actually very messy.
But I like getting messy.
Do you like getting messy?
What do you think we need next in our recipe?
Let's put you to the test - today's ingredient for you to guess.
What do you think it's going to be?
Let me give you some clues.
The missing ingredient for our spiced banana pudding
is yellow, so could it be...
You can't eat a yellow ball!
Let's try again, shall we?
The missing ingredient is yellow and it looks a bit bent.
Hmm. So could it be...
A bendy yellow telephone?
I'll call you back.
You can't eat a bendy, yellow telephone!
Let's try one more time.
Now the missing ingredient is yellow.
It's a bit bent and - one more clue -
it's a fruit.
So could it be...
..a banana? The missing ingredient is a banana.
Did you work it out?
We'll need a banana in our spiced banana pudding.
Now bananas are everywhere.
You can find them in all the local shops, all year round.
But how do you think they grow?
Let's find out on our computer. Come on.
Bananas grow on trees in very hot countries.
The bananas are cut off the trees in big bunches
when they're still green.
Then they're taken to a factory
where they're washed in a big bath of water.
They're split into smaller bunches before they're packed away
into boxes to be transported to the shops.
Now, we're going to need to peel a banana for our pudding.
But first, James, what does a banana remind you of?
A moustache and a beard.
Let's have a look.
Can you pretend it's a moustache?
-Hello, my name is Mr Banana.
-Ellie, how about you?
One big banana eyebrow?
Let's peel our banana.
What sort of animal does a banana remind you of?
Yeah, me too.
Can you make a smiley face on your plate, like me?
And now we're going to carefully slice our banana
into little tiny circles.
Lots of little banana buttons.
We're going to make a sort of banana sandwich
and it's fun.
So, we start by taking half of our bread
and fitting it into the bottom of the dish.
It's a bit like putting a jigsaw puzzle together.
James, do you like jigsaws?
On top of the bread we'll put our banana.
But we want to leave one banana piece for later.
So put it all in.
-Nicoletta, have you covered all of the bread with the banana?
Can I have a look?
That is perfect.
I like that very much.
Now we'll add a special treat - some sultanas.
Sprinkle them in, everyone.
Now, make sure you sprinkle them all about.
Shall we all pretend to be a sultana?
Squeeze yourself up small and wrinkly like a little sultana.
Can you do it at home?
Squeeze yourself up like a sultana? Like this.
How small can you be?
The sultana's gotta jump up from behind the table, go!
We're going to cover all of this with the other bread triangles,
a bit like we're putting them to bed.
-Say "Goodnight, bananas."
-ALL: Goodnight, bananas.
And next is the really fun, messy bit
because we're going to pour the eggy mixture
into the bowl, like this.
That's brilliant pouring, Ellie.
Give it a pat so you get the sugar out.
It's a bit like patting a sandcastle.
And now we're going to put the banana circle on top
just like a banana hat.
And sprinkle a spoonful of sugar on top.
And what's that going to do?
Sweet, make it sweet.
Make it really sweet and really crunchy.
You can put as much on as you want.
And now it's time to put our spiced banana pudding
in an oven for 25 minutes.
But remember, with ovens, beware cos it's hot in there.
So get an adult to help you.
Come on, everyone. Let's put them in the oven.
Thanks, Nicoletta. That looks beautiful.
Whilst our spiced banana puddings are cooking,
-it's time to...
-CHILDREN: ..Tidy up!
It's always good to put away so we can use things another day.
So now, it's time to remember what we've made today.
# Banana in the spicy pud
# We peel and chop it as we should
# Now whisk the egg and add the milk
# Add the sugar and cinnamon with a lilt
# Ooh, spicy pud
# Ooh, spicy pud
# Ooh, spicy
# Whisk it up and leave till later
# Butter up a dish, a container
# Layer of the bread and now you're ready for some fun
# Layer of banana, one, two, three
# It's as easy as your ABC
# Put it in the oven, nearly done
# Now it's time to really have some fun
# Oh, spicy pud
# Oh, spicy pud
# Oh, spicy pud. #
Our spiced banana puddings are cooked.
And whilst they cool down...
CHILDREN: ..Let's lay the table!
Look, everyone, our food's cooled down and it's time to taste it.
The time has come, but not too soon. The food is ready, so grab a spoon.
Come on, everyone, dig in.
What does yours taste like, James?
What's yours like, Nicoletta?
It tastes yummy.
What's your favourite bit?
The bread's your favourite bit?
-Tiffany, what's your favourite bit?
I'm trying to eat the whole thing.
Our spicy banana pudding is so delicious.
We did it!
CHILDREN: We can cook!
That's it for now. I can't wait to see you all again soon.
And just remember that you can cook too.
Who wants strawberries...
-..to go with their pudding?
What else could we put in our pudding
to make it taste even better?
That's a really good idea.
-What flavour ice cream?
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