Katy invites young cooks to join her for cooking fun. They take a trip into the garden in search of chives, and have baking fun making delicious savoury bites.
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I can cook!
I can cook!
Hello, lovely to see you.
I've been getting ready for today's recipe. It's going to be so yummy.
KNOCK AT DOOR
ALL: Hello, Katy.
Hi, Nathaniel, Louis, Malise. Hello, Grace.
-Do you want to know what recipe we're going to cook?
Today's recipe is going to be...
-Now, don't they look so tasty?
We're about ready to start, but there's one thing we've forgotten.
-Do you know what it is?
-ALL: Wash our hands!
# 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 Savoury Bites, we need self-raising flour.
Self-raising flour is going to make our Savoury Bites rise
when we put them in the oven.
Shall we all pretend to rise up?
Go behind, like this.
Let's rise and make a funny sound.
Can you do that at home? Ready?
You're going to need soft butter.
And put it into your flour.
Then we're going to give it a tickle with our fingers.
-Who likes tickling?
Can you tickle the bottom of the bowl?
Tickle, tickle...like that.
We've got to try to get out all of the lumps. I've got lumps in here.
Nathaniel, can you show me your messy hands?
Who's got messy hands?
I love getting messy hands.
Malise, what does your mixture look like?
-It looks like breadcrumbs?
It does look a bit like breadcrumbs, doesn't it?
You all done?
Now what do you think we're going to need next?
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.
Now the missing ingredient can be found outside. So could it be...
I've been looking for that!
But we can't eat a football, can we?
Now, let me give you another clue.
The missing ingredient can be found by digging in the ground.
So could it be...
What's this? A treasure chest?
I don't think we want to eat that.
Now let's have one more try, shall we?
The missing ingredient will add lots of flavour to our recipe.
So could it be...
Do you know what they are?
These are herbs called chives
and they're going to add lots of yummy flavour.
We're going to need some of these.
Let's see if we can find any growing in the I Can Cook garden. Come on!
'I Can Cook!'
'I Can Cook!'
Now this is the I Can Cook garden, everyone.
Where do you think we'll find chives growing?
Do you think we'll find them underneath the ground where the worms live,
or in the greenhouse,
or growing in pots and containers?
Pots and containers!
So let's go and have a look.
-Can everyone see my chives?
-Now chives look a bit like spiky grass, don't they?
-How do we know when they're ready?
-When they're long.
When they're long and green.
-So should we pick some of these chives?
You need to use some scissors, but remember you need to be careful.
And we're going to snip them right at the bottom.
It's like giving him a haircut.
It's quite fun, actually.
Now let's go back to the kitchen.
'I Can Cook!'
We're back in the kitchen and we've washed our hands and our chives
and we're ready to carry on cooking.
Now we need to chop our chives with a clean pair of scissors.
When using scissors, everybody knows,
-it's always best to point them at your...
So let's get snipping, everyone.
-Louis, how's your chopping going?
-Do you like chopping?
-You're good at it.
It looks like grass.
It does look like grass.
Can you see? There's lots of little pieces.
-Malise, that's brilliant, do you like snipping?
When you've chopped, we're going to tip them into our mixture.
And now we need a cheese called feta.
And we need to mash it up with a fork.
And it's really squishy.
I'm mashing it up with a fork cos it's easier.
It's a really good idea, Grace.
If you want, you can mash it up with your fingers as well.
Mashing it up.
Nathaniel, what does it feel like when you squish it?
-It does feel like clay, doesn't it? It's sticky.
I finished too.
And now we're going to pour the feta into our mixture.
And next give it a good old stir.
We can do whatever we like.
Let's hide all of those chives.
If you can.
Can you pretend to stir with us at home as well? Like this.
We're going to add milk, but only a little bit at a time.
So, you ready?
You can play Katy Copycat if you want.
And give it a mix.
Now if your mixture's too dry you can a little bit more milk.
I think I need a little bit more.
You need to keep going until everything comes into a big ball.
Keep stirring, everyone.
And if your mixture's too wet, you can always add more flour.
My arm's getting achy.
Use your hands to squish it all into a big ball.
I love squishing, it's really fun.
-It's a bit like modelling clay, isn't it?
It's amazing how it turns into a ball, isn't it?
If this was a ball, what ball would it be?
-That is brilliant, well done.
We're going to put this to the side
and sprinkle some flour all over our mats.
-It's a bit like sprinkling snow, isn't it?
That's it, make sure it goes all over your entire mat.
Well, that's perfect.
Take your ball and put it in the middle of your mat.
Show me your big duck feet fingers.
Can you spread them as wide as you can?
Can you put five out? Squash it down.
Go pitter-patter pancake.
-ALL: Pitter-patter pancake.
Take a tray with some baking paper on top of it.
We're going to make shapes in our dough.
You can use any shape cutter you want, I'm going to use this one.
Ready? We're going to put it into our dough like this.
Then press it down, give it a wiggle...
..and then take it out.
Look at that!
And we're going to put it on our baking tray.
And we want to try and make four out of this bit of dough.
Kyla, what do your shapes look like?
Next we need to make another ball
and then use your fingers to squash it down again.
I've got a mini pancake this time.
And then see how many shapes you can make.
That's brilliant, Nathaniel.
Grace, how many have you got? You've got loads!
One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten.
Now it's time to put our Savoury Bites
in a warm oven for ten minutes.
With ovens beware, because it's hot in there.
So get an adult to help you. Come on, everyone.
That is really, really good.
'I can cook!'
Whilst our Savoury Bites are cooking, it's time to...
It's always good to put away so we can use things another day.
It's time to remember what we've made today.
# We can cook and so can you
# This is all that you will have to do
# Doo-bee, doo-bee, doo-bee, doo
# Take the magic flour and put it in
# Oh I love to cook and I love to sing
# Mix with the butter and make some crumbs
# A rub-rub-rub and a yum-yum-yum
# Next thing that we need to do
# Cut some chives for me and you
# Cheese and milk We make some dough
# Make a big ball that you can show
# Roll it out with a rolling pin
# Cut some shapes and we'll put them in
# You can make anything you like
# I love to make our Savoury Bites. #
'I can cook!'
Our Savoury Bites have cooked and they look delicious.
Come on, everyone. The food's ready.
The food is ready, it all looks great.
So pick up and taste a treat from the plate.
Come on, everyone.
Grace, do your Savoury Bites look different?
-They rised up.
-Nathaniel, what do yours taste like?
These are delicious!
We did it!
ALL: We can cook!
That's it for now. I can't wait to see you again.
And just remember that you can cook too!
What's your favourite part, Louis?
I like the bread part of it.
-What do you think of yours, Malise?
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Katy invites young cooks to join her in the kitchen for cooking fun. They take a trip into the I Can Cook garden in search of chives, and have baking fun making delicious savoury bites.