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An Cèic Pina Colada aig Louise

Gaelic Gàidhlig

[Louise] Anns a’ bhobhla seo, tha mi air cupa gu leth de dh’fhlùr plain a chur ann, spàin-tì gu leth de baking powder, agus leth-spàin salainn. Agus tha sin uile air a mheasgachadh agus cumaidh mi sin dhan dàrna taobh. Ach an-dràsta, tha mi a’ dol a chur leth chupa ìme meadhanach blàth, seòrsa room temperature, agam a-staigh an seo. ’S tha mi dìreach a’ dol ga chur a-staigh san mixer airson mionaid no dhà dìreach airson ga dhèanamh uabhasach fhèin bog.

[Louise] Nist, tha sin a’ coimhead okay agus tha mi a-nis a’ dol a chur cupa de shiùcair, dìreach caster sugar, a-staigh ann.

[Louise] Tha mi a’ dol a chur na h-uighean a-staigh ann a-nis ach dìreach aon agus an uair sin ga mheasgachadh ’s an uair sin an tè eile dìreach gus am bi e air a mheasgachadh ceart.

[Griogair] Tha Louise a’ cur ann an treas chuid dhen fhlùr, dàrna leth a’ bhlàthach, trian eile flùr, an còrr dhen bhlàthach, agus mu dheireadh na tha air fhàgail dhen fhlùr.

[Louise] Uill tha aon ingredient special agam agus ma furachas tu mionaid…

[Louise] So tha mi a’ dol a chur dà spàin mhòr a-staigh an seo, dìreach a’ dol ga mheasgachadh dìreach gus am bi a h-uile rud a’ tighinn còmhla a-rithist.

[Griogair] Tha Louise a’ roinn a’ mheasgadh eadar trì soithichean cèic a tha deich òirlich tarsaing agus gan cur dhan àmhainn airson faisg air cairteal na h-uaireach aig ceud is seachdad sa còig Celsius.

[Griogair] Airson a’ chòmhdach, tha i air buaileadh le chèile trì gealagan uigh agus làn chopan siùcair mìn. Cuir i an uair sin am bobhla air beulaibh pana a tha a’ goil air a shocair. Tha i air buaileadh nan uighean gu math airson dhà no thrì mionaidean gus am bi an t-siùcar air leaghadh.

[Louise] Nise, so tha mi dìreach a’ dol a chur an t-ìm a-steach dìreach beag air bheag.

[Griogair] Dè na th’ ann de dh’ìm?

[Louise] Tha cupa gu leth de dh’ìm gun salann aig room temperature.

[Louise] Tha mi a’ dol a chur dà spàin-tì de ruma a-staigh ann a-nis. ’S dòcha dà gu leth.

[Louise] Tha mi dìreach a’ dol a mheasgachadh seo agus an uair sin tha sinn deiseil airson an rud a chur ri chèile.

[Louise] Anns a’ bhobhla tha seo, tha crogan crushed pineapple air a bhruich le cupa siùcar caster agus dà spàin-tì de cornflour. Tha mi a’ dol a thòiseachadh. Tha mi a’ dol a chur beagan buttercream dìreach timcheall air an taobh a-muigh dhen an spuing a tha seo agus a-nis tha mi a’ dol a chur leth dhen pineapple agus beagan toasted coconut.

[Louise] Tha mi dìreach a’ dol a dhòrtadh am buttercream air a’ mhullach.

[Griogair] Tha Louise a’ sgeadachadh a’ chèic le bleideagan chnò-chòco thioram agus a’ cur siris anns a’ mheadhan.

[Louise] O chan eil teagamh ann gu bheil rum a-staigh an seo ge-tà.

[Griogair] Tha fios agam, sin na bha mi ag ràdh - tha thu a’ faighinn cèic agus tha thu a’ faighinn ruma cuideachd. Pina Colada ann an cèic - dè eile a tha thu ag iarraidh? Tha a h-uile càil mu dheidhinn math fhèin.

[Louise] Faodaidh tusa tighinn a-rithist!

 

 

Louise’s Pina Colada Cake

English Beurla

[Louise] In this bowl, I’ve put a cup and a half of plain flour, a teaspoon and a half of baking powder and half a spoon of salt. And that’s all mixed and I’ll put it to one side. But just now, I’m going to put half a cup of butter, relatively warm, kind of room temperature, in here. And I’m just going to put it into the mixer for a minute or two just to make it really soft.

[Louise] That looks okay and I’m now going to put a cup of sugar, just caster sugar, into it.

[Louise] I’m going to put the eggs in but just one and then mix it and then the other just so that it’s properly mixed.

[Gregor] Louise puts a third of the flour in, half of the buttermilk, another third of the flour, the rest of the buttermilk, and, finally, the remainder of the flour.

[Louise] Well I have one special ingredient if you’ll wait for a minute…

[Louise] So I’m going to put two big spoons in here, I’m just going to mix it just so that everything comes together again.

[Gregor] Louise divides the mixture between three cake dishes that are 10 inches across and puts them into the over for about a quarter of an hour at 175 Celsius.

Gregor] For the icing, she mixes three egg whites and a full cup of fine sugar. She puts that then in a bowl on top of a pan which is boiling gently. She has beaten the eggs well for two to three minutes until the sugar has melted.

[Louise] Now, so I’m just going to put the butter in little by little.

[Gregor] How much butter is there?

[Louise] A cup and a half of unsalted butter at room temperature.

[Louise] I’m going to put two teaspoons of rum in now. Maybe two and a half.

[Louise] I’m just going to mix this and then we’re ready to put everything together.

[Louise] In this bowl there’s a jar of crushed pineapple which has been boiled with a cup of caster sugar and two teaspoons of cornflour. I’m going to start. I’m going to put a bit of buttercream around the outside of this sponge and now I’m going to put half of the pineapple and a little toasted coconut on it.

[Louise] I’m just going to pour the buttercream on the top.

[Gregor] Louise decorates the cake with dry coconut flakes and puts a cherry in the middle.

[Louise] Oh there’s no doubt that there’s rum in here though.

[Gregor] I know, that’s what I was saying – you get cake and you also get rum. Pina Colada in cake, what more could you want? Everything about this is great.

[Louise] You can come again!

 

 

An Cèic Pina Colada aig Louise

Gaelic Gàidhlig

[Louise] Anns a’ bhobhla seo, tha mi air cupa gu leth de dh’fhlùr plain a chur ann, spàin-tì gu leth de baking powder, agus leth-spàin salainn. Agus tha sin uile air a mheasgachadh agus cumaidh mi sin dhan dàrna taobh. Ach an-dràsta, tha mi a’ dol a chur leth chupa ìme meadhanach blàth, seòrsa room temperature, agam a-staigh an seo. ’S tha mi dìreach a’ dol ga chur a-staigh san mixer airson mionaid no dhà dìreach airson ga dhèanamh uabhasach fhèin bog.

[Louise] Nist, tha sin a’ coimhead okay agus tha mi a-nis a’ dol a chur cupa de shiùcair, dìreach caster sugar, a-staigh ann.

[Louise] Tha mi a’ dol a chur na h-uighean a-staigh ann a-nis ach dìreach aon agus an uair sin ga mheasgachadh ’s an uair sin an tè eile dìreach gus am bi e air a mheasgachadh ceart.

[Griogair] Tha Louise a’ cur ann an treas chuid dhen fhlùr, dàrna leth a’ bhlàthach, trian eile flùr, an còrr dhen bhlàthach, agus mu dheireadh na tha air fhàgail dhen fhlùr.

[Louise] Uill tha aon ingredient special agam agus ma furachas tu mionaid…

[Louise] So tha mi a’ dol a chur dà spàin mhòr a-staigh an seo, dìreach a’ dol ga mheasgachadh dìreach gus am bi a h-uile rud a’ tighinn còmhla a-rithist.

[Griogair] Tha Louise a’ roinn a’ mheasgadh eadar trì soithichean cèic a tha deich òirlich tarsaing agus gan cur dhan àmhainn airson faisg air cairteal na h-uaireach aig ceud is seachdad sa còig Celsius.

[Griogair] Airson a’ chòmhdach, tha i air buaileadh le chèile trì gealagan uigh agus làn chopan siùcair mìn. Cuir i an uair sin am bobhla air beulaibh pana a tha a’ goil air a shocair. Tha i air buaileadh nan uighean gu math airson dhà no thrì mionaidean gus am bi an t-siùcar air leaghadh.

[Louise] Nise, so tha mi dìreach a’ dol a chur an t-ìm a-steach dìreach beag air bheag.

[Griogair] Dè na th’ ann de dh’ìm?

[Louise] Tha cupa gu leth de dh’ìm gun salann aig room temperature.

[Louise] Tha mi a’ dol a chur dà spàin-tì de ruma a-staigh ann a-nis. ’S dòcha dà gu leth.

[Louise] Tha mi dìreach a’ dol a mheasgachadh seo agus an uair sin tha sinn deiseil airson an rud a chur ri chèile.

[Louise] Anns a’ bhobhla tha seo, tha crogan crushed pineapple air a bhruich le cupa siùcar caster agus dà spàin-tì de cornflour. Tha mi a’ dol a thòiseachadh. Tha mi a’ dol a chur beagan buttercream dìreach timcheall air an taobh a-muigh dhen an spuing a tha seo agus a-nis tha mi a’ dol a chur leth dhen pineapple agus beagan toasted coconut.

[Louise] Tha mi dìreach a’ dol a dhòrtadh am buttercream air a’ mhullach.

[Griogair] Tha Louise a’ sgeadachadh a’ chèic le bleideagan chnò-chòco thioram agus a’ cur siris anns a’ mheadhan.

[Louise] O chan eil teagamh ann gu bheil rum a-staigh an seo ge-tà.

[Griogair] Tha fios agam, sin na bha mi ag ràdh - tha thu a’ faighinn cèic agus tha thu a’ faighinn ruma cuideachd. Pina Colada ann an cèic - dè eile a tha thu ag iarraidh? Tha a h-uile càil mu dheidhinn math fhèin.

[Louise] Faodaidh tusa tighinn a-rithist!

 

 

Louise’s Pina Colada Cake

English Beurla

[Louise] In this bowl, I’ve put a cup and a half of plain flour, a teaspoon and a half of baking powder and half a spoon of salt. And that’s all mixed and I’ll put it to one side. But just now, I’m going to put half a cup of butter, relatively warm, kind of room temperature, in here. And I’m just going to put it into the mixer for a minute or two just to make it really soft.

[Louise] That looks okay and I’m now going to put a cup of sugar, just caster sugar, into it.

[Louise] I’m going to put the eggs in but just one and then mix it and then the other just so that it’s properly mixed.

[Gregor] Louise puts a third of the flour in, half of the buttermilk, another third of the flour, the rest of the buttermilk, and, finally, the remainder of the flour.

[Louise] Well I have one special ingredient if you’ll wait for a minute…

[Louise] So I’m going to put two big spoons in here, I’m just going to mix it just so that everything comes together again.

[Gregor] Louise divides the mixture between three cake dishes that are 10 inches across and puts them into the over for about a quarter of an hour at 175 Celsius.

Gregor] For the icing, she mixes three egg whites and a full cup of fine sugar. She puts that then in a bowl on top of a pan which is boiling gently. She has beaten the eggs well for two to three minutes until the sugar has melted.

[Louise] Now, so I’m just going to put the butter in little by little.

[Gregor] How much butter is there?

[Louise] A cup and a half of unsalted butter at room temperature.

[Louise] I’m going to put two teaspoons of rum in now. Maybe two and a half.

[Louise] I’m just going to mix this and then we’re ready to put everything together.

[Louise] In this bowl there’s a jar of crushed pineapple which has been boiled with a cup of caster sugar and two teaspoons of cornflour. I’m going to start. I’m going to put a bit of buttercream around the outside of this sponge and now I’m going to put half of the pineapple and a little toasted coconut on it.

[Louise] I’m just going to pour the buttercream on the top.

[Gregor] Louise decorates the cake with dry coconut flakes and puts a cherry in the middle.

[Louise] Oh there’s no doubt that there’s rum in here though.

[Gregor] I know, that’s what I was saying – you get cake and you also get rum. Pina Colada in cake, what more could you want? Everything about this is great.

[Louise] You can come again!

 

 

blàthach

buttermilk

bobhla

a bowl

measgachadh

mixing

cairteal

a quarter

trian

a third

gealagan

egg white

bleideagan chnò-chòco thioram

dried coconut flakes