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Na preadsalan aig Griogair

Gaelic Gàidhlig

[Griogair] 'S e an cumadh a tha sònraichte mu dheidhinn pretzels. Tha iad tarraingeach, blasta, le tòrr salainn air am muin.

[Griogair] Agus a’ chiad rud a tha sinn a’ dol a dhèanamh, ’s e cur leth phacaid beirm a-steach còmhla ri ceud is ochdad milleliotair de bhùrn blàth.

[Griogair] Agus tha mi a’ dol a chleachdadh forc airson a bhualadh còmhla.

[Griogair] Fad na tìde tha mi a’ cur beirm a-steach còmhla ris a’ bhùrn an toiseach gus an tèid e tron fhlùr gu lèir.

[Griogair] Agus cuiridh mi còmhla ri sin, leth spàin mhòr de shiùcar donn agus leth spàin mhòr cuideachd de dh’ìm agus an ìm a tha seo tha mi air a leaghadh.

[Griogair] Agus còmhla ri sin cuiridh mi leth spàin-teatha de shalainn.

[Griogair] Salainn àbhaisteach, agus cha chanadh tu gun robh mòran ann, ach tha tòrr salainn ri thighinn fhathast.

[Griogair] Nise, cleachdaidh mi an forc a-rithist agus cuiridh mi sin còmhla.

[Griogair] Tha sin a' coimhead math gu leòr.

[Griogair] Ann am bobhla mòr cuiridh mi ceud is còig air fhichead grama flùr làidir geal agus an aon chuideam de fhlùr plèan.

[Griogair] Nise, tha na nìthean fliuch a’ dol ann agus cleachdaidh mi an spàin airson a h-uile càil a thoirt còmhla.

[Griogair] Tha an mixture againn caran bog aig an ìre-sa, ach bheiridh sinn dha measgachadh beag airson mionaid no dhà agus an uair sin faodaidh sinn a chur a-mach air bòrd le beagan flùir.

[Griogair] Nise na gabh feagal aig an ìre-sa tha e a’ coimhead gu math bog, ach fàsaidh e nas teann fhad ’s a tha thu ga obrachadh.

[Griogair] Chan fheum thu dhol dhan gym ma tha thu a’ dèanamh seo.

[Griogair] Bheiridh seo beagan thìde ’s dòcha trì mionaidean gu ceithir mionaidean no mar sin.

[Griogair] Tha sin nist deiseil airson dhol dhan a’ bhobhla.

[Griogair] Is mi tha sgìth a-nis, ach seall na muscles a tha seo.

[Griogair] Tha mi ga chur gu aon thaobh airson uair a thìde le clingfilm air a’ mhuin agus bidh e air dùblachadh.

[Griogair] Aithnichidh sibh a-nis gu bheil an taois againn air èirigh agus faodaidh sinn an clingfilm a thoirt dheth, agus an adhar a phutadh a-mach às.

[Griogair] Tha mi a’ dol a dhèanamh sia pìosan dheth na seo.

[Griogair] Nise, tha mi a’ dol a roiligeadh gach pìos a-mach coltach ri isbean a tha fichead sa dhà òirlich fada.

[Griogair] Tòiseachaidh bhon a’ mheadhan agus ag obrachadh an taois a-mach gu na cliathaichean.

[Griogair] Tha e a-nis coimhead coltach ri cha mhòr nathair le cho fada ’s a tha e.

[Griogair] Nise, siud aon, agus cumaidh sinn oirnn leis a’ chòrr.

[Griogair] Tha mi a’ dol a dhèanamh cumadh a tha coltach ri bròg eich dh’fhaodadh tu ràdh an toiseach agus an uair sin tha mi a’ cur an dhà deireadh seachad air a’ chèile agus a-rithist agus an uair sin ga thionndadh suas agus ga bhrùthadh a-steach dhan na cliathaichean.

[Griogair] Nise, seo am pìos annasach, tha mi a’ dol a chleachdadh liotair de bhùrn goileach agus tha mi a’ dol ga chur ann am bobhla còmhla ri seasgad grama de sòda arain.

[Griogair] Agus an rud a tha a’ dol a thachairt an seo, ’s e gu bheil e a’ dol a thoirt dath donn, donn air na pretzels nuair a thig iad às an àmhainn.

[Griogair] Agus bidh e a’ toirt rud beag de chraiceann dha cuideachd air sgàth ’s gu bheil mi air an taois a chur ann am bùrn teth an toiseach.

[Griogair] Nise, tha sinn fèir gan cur a-steach agus an uair sin, gheibh mi na tionaichean agam deiseil.

[Griogair] Agus, nì sin a’ chùis.

[Griogair] Tha sinn airson gun tig am bùrn gu lèir dheth agus faodaidh sinn iad sin a chur a-mach air an tiona.

[Griogair] Agus tha mi airson ’s gun cuidich mi na pretzels agus gum bi iad a’ coimhead ceart.

[Griogair] Chan e na caoraich a tha a’ faighinn dipeadh an-diugh idir, ’s e na pretzels.

[Griogair] Seo far a bheil an t-salann a’ tighinn a-steach, agus tha mi a’ cleachdadh salann na mara, agus tha mi fèir ga chur timcheall mullach gach fear.

[Griogair] Tha iad seo a-nis deiseil airson dhol dhan àmhainn aig ceud agus ochdad fan, agus thèid iad ann airson dusan mionaid, ’s dòcha còig deug mionaidean no mar sin.

[Griogair] Cumar sùil air, tha sibh ag iarraidh an dath dorcha a tha sin.

[Griogair] A-steach leotha.

[Griogair] Nach eil sin a’ coimhead eireachdail, tha mi a’ dol a-steach airson gàmag.

[Griogair] O uill, tha sin cho math, cruaidh air an taobh a-muigh agus bog anns a’ meadhan, agus fèir saillt’ gu leòr dhòmhsa.

[Griogair] Math fhèin!

 

 

Gregor's pretzels

English Beurla

[Gregor] It’s the shape that’s special about pretzels. They are attractive, tasty, with lots of salt on top.

[Gregor] And the first thing that we’re going to do, is to put half a packet of yeast in with 180ml of warm water.

[Gregor] And I’m going to use a fork to beat it together.

[Gregor] All the time I’m putting yeast in together with the water first so it goes through all the flour.

[Gregor] And I’ll put it together with that, half a large spoon of brown sugar and half a large spoon too of butter and I’ve melted this butter.

[Gregor] And together with that I’ll put half a teaspoon of salt.

[Gregor] Normal salt, and you wouldn’t say that there was a lot in it, but there’s a lot of salt to come still.

[Gregor] Now, I’ll use the fork again and I’ll mix that together.

[Gregor] That’s looking good enough.

[Gregor] In a large bowl, I’ll out 125g of strong white flour and the same weight of plain flour.

[Gregor] Now, the wet things go in and I’ll use the spoon to bring everything together.

[Gregor] Our mixture is a bit soft at this point, but we’ll give it a wee mix for a minute or two and then we can put it out on the board with a little flour.

[Gregor] Now don’t be scared at this point it looks very soft, but it will grow thicker while you work it.

[Gregor] You don’t have to go to the gym if you’re doing this.

[Gregor] This will take a wee bit of time, maybe three minutes to four minutes or similar.

[Gregor] We’re now ready to go into the bowl.

[Gregor] I am tired now, but look at these muscles.

[Gregor] I’m putting it to one side for an hour with clingfilm on top of it and it will have doubled.

[Gregor] You’ll recognise now that our dough has risen and we can take the clingfilm off, and push the air out of it.

[Gregor] I’m going to make six pieces from this.

[Gregor] Now, I’m going to roll each piece out like a sausage that is 22 inches long.

[Gregor] Starting from the middle and working the dough out to the sides.

[Gregor] It now looks almost like a snake with how long it is.

[Gregor] Now, that’s one, and we’ll keep going with the rest.

[Gregor] I’m going to make a shape that’s like a horseshoe you could say first and then I’m buying the two ends over each other and again and then turning it up and pushing it in to the sides.

[Gregor] Now, this is the strange part, I’m going to use a litre of boiled water and I’m going to put it in a bowl with 60g of soda bread.

[Gregor] And the thing that’s going to happen here is that it’s going to take a brown, brown colour on the pretzels when they come out of the oven.

[Gregor] And it will take a bit of a skin too because I’ve put the dough in hot water first.

[Gregor] Now we’re just putting them in and then I’ll get my tins ready.

[Gregor] And that will do the job.

[Gregor] We want all the water to come off and we can put them out on the tin.

[Gregor] And I want to help the pretzels so that they’ll look right.

[Gregor] It’s not the sheep that are getting a dipping today at all, it’s the pretzels.

[Gregor] Here’s where the salt comes in and I’m using sea salt, and I’m just putting it around the top of each one.

[Gregor] These are now ready to go into the oven at 180 fan, and they’ll go in for 12 minutes, maybe 15 minutes or similar.

[Gregor] Keep an eye on it, you want that dark colour.

[Gregor] In with them.

[Gregor] Doesn’t that look beautiful, I’m going in for a mouthful.

[Gregor] Oh well, that’s so good, hard on the outside and soft in the middle, and just salty enough for me.

[Gregor] Very good!

 

 

Na preadsalan aig Griogair

Gaelic Gàidhlig

[Griogair] 'S e an cumadh a tha sònraichte mu dheidhinn pretzels. Tha iad tarraingeach, blasta, le tòrr salainn air am muin.

[Griogair] Agus a’ chiad rud a tha sinn a’ dol a dhèanamh, ’s e cur leth phacaid beirm a-steach còmhla ri ceud is ochdad milleliotair de bhùrn blàth.

[Griogair] Agus tha mi a’ dol a chleachdadh forc airson a bhualadh còmhla.

[Griogair] Fad na tìde tha mi a’ cur beirm a-steach còmhla ris a’ bhùrn an toiseach gus an tèid e tron fhlùr gu lèir.

[Griogair] Agus cuiridh mi còmhla ri sin, leth spàin mhòr de shiùcar donn agus leth spàin mhòr cuideachd de dh’ìm agus an ìm a tha seo tha mi air a leaghadh.

[Griogair] Agus còmhla ri sin cuiridh mi leth spàin-teatha de shalainn.

[Griogair] Salainn àbhaisteach, agus cha chanadh tu gun robh mòran ann, ach tha tòrr salainn ri thighinn fhathast.

[Griogair] Nise, cleachdaidh mi an forc a-rithist agus cuiridh mi sin còmhla.

[Griogair] Tha sin a' coimhead math gu leòr.

[Griogair] Ann am bobhla mòr cuiridh mi ceud is còig air fhichead grama flùr làidir geal agus an aon chuideam de fhlùr plèan.

[Griogair] Nise, tha na nìthean fliuch a’ dol ann agus cleachdaidh mi an spàin airson a h-uile càil a thoirt còmhla.

[Griogair] Tha an mixture againn caran bog aig an ìre-sa, ach bheiridh sinn dha measgachadh beag airson mionaid no dhà agus an uair sin faodaidh sinn a chur a-mach air bòrd le beagan flùir.

[Griogair] Nise na gabh feagal aig an ìre-sa tha e a’ coimhead gu math bog, ach fàsaidh e nas teann fhad ’s a tha thu ga obrachadh.

[Griogair] Chan fheum thu dhol dhan gym ma tha thu a’ dèanamh seo.

[Griogair] Bheiridh seo beagan thìde ’s dòcha trì mionaidean gu ceithir mionaidean no mar sin.

[Griogair] Tha sin nist deiseil airson dhol dhan a’ bhobhla.

[Griogair] Is mi tha sgìth a-nis, ach seall na muscles a tha seo.

[Griogair] Tha mi ga chur gu aon thaobh airson uair a thìde le clingfilm air a’ mhuin agus bidh e air dùblachadh.

[Griogair] Aithnichidh sibh a-nis gu bheil an taois againn air èirigh agus faodaidh sinn an clingfilm a thoirt dheth, agus an adhar a phutadh a-mach às.

[Griogair] Tha mi a’ dol a dhèanamh sia pìosan dheth na seo.

[Griogair] Nise, tha mi a’ dol a roiligeadh gach pìos a-mach coltach ri isbean a tha fichead sa dhà òirlich fada.

[Griogair] Tòiseachaidh bhon a’ mheadhan agus ag obrachadh an taois a-mach gu na cliathaichean.

[Griogair] Tha e a-nis coimhead coltach ri cha mhòr nathair le cho fada ’s a tha e.

[Griogair] Nise, siud aon, agus cumaidh sinn oirnn leis a’ chòrr.

[Griogair] Tha mi a’ dol a dhèanamh cumadh a tha coltach ri bròg eich dh’fhaodadh tu ràdh an toiseach agus an uair sin tha mi a’ cur an dhà deireadh seachad air a’ chèile agus a-rithist agus an uair sin ga thionndadh suas agus ga bhrùthadh a-steach dhan na cliathaichean.

[Griogair] Nise, seo am pìos annasach, tha mi a’ dol a chleachdadh liotair de bhùrn goileach agus tha mi a’ dol ga chur ann am bobhla còmhla ri seasgad grama de sòda arain.

[Griogair] Agus an rud a tha a’ dol a thachairt an seo, ’s e gu bheil e a’ dol a thoirt dath donn, donn air na pretzels nuair a thig iad às an àmhainn.

[Griogair] Agus bidh e a’ toirt rud beag de chraiceann dha cuideachd air sgàth ’s gu bheil mi air an taois a chur ann am bùrn teth an toiseach.

[Griogair] Nise, tha sinn fèir gan cur a-steach agus an uair sin, gheibh mi na tionaichean agam deiseil.

[Griogair] Agus, nì sin a’ chùis.

[Griogair] Tha sinn airson gun tig am bùrn gu lèir dheth agus faodaidh sinn iad sin a chur a-mach air an tiona.

[Griogair] Agus tha mi airson ’s gun cuidich mi na pretzels agus gum bi iad a’ coimhead ceart.

[Griogair] Chan e na caoraich a tha a’ faighinn dipeadh an-diugh idir, ’s e na pretzels.

[Griogair] Seo far a bheil an t-salann a’ tighinn a-steach, agus tha mi a’ cleachdadh salann na mara, agus tha mi fèir ga chur timcheall mullach gach fear.

[Griogair] Tha iad seo a-nis deiseil airson dhol dhan àmhainn aig ceud agus ochdad fan, agus thèid iad ann airson dusan mionaid, ’s dòcha còig deug mionaidean no mar sin.

[Griogair] Cumar sùil air, tha sibh ag iarraidh an dath dorcha a tha sin.

[Griogair] A-steach leotha.

[Griogair] Nach eil sin a’ coimhead eireachdail, tha mi a’ dol a-steach airson gàmag.

[Griogair] O uill, tha sin cho math, cruaidh air an taobh a-muigh agus bog anns a’ meadhan, agus fèir saillt’ gu leòr dhòmhsa.

[Griogair] Math fhèin!

 

 

Gregor's pretzels

English Beurla

[Gregor] It’s the shape that’s special about pretzels. They are attractive, tasty, with lots of salt on top.

[Gregor] And the first thing that we’re going to do, is to put half a packet of yeast in with 180ml of warm water.

[Gregor] And I’m going to use a fork to beat it together.

[Gregor] All the time I’m putting yeast in together with the water first so it goes through all the flour.

[Gregor] And I’ll put it together with that, half a large spoon of brown sugar and half a large spoon too of butter and I’ve melted this butter.

[Gregor] And together with that I’ll put half a teaspoon of salt.

[Gregor] Normal salt, and you wouldn’t say that there was a lot in it, but there’s a lot of salt to come still.

[Gregor] Now, I’ll use the fork again and I’ll mix that together.

[Gregor] That’s looking good enough.

[Gregor] In a large bowl, I’ll out 125g of strong white flour and the same weight of plain flour.

[Gregor] Now, the wet things go in and I’ll use the spoon to bring everything together.

[Gregor] Our mixture is a bit soft at this point, but we’ll give it a wee mix for a minute or two and then we can put it out on the board with a little flour.

[Gregor] Now don’t be scared at this point it looks very soft, but it will grow thicker while you work it.

[Gregor] You don’t have to go to the gym if you’re doing this.

[Gregor] This will take a wee bit of time, maybe three minutes to four minutes or similar.

[Gregor] We’re now ready to go into the bowl.

[Gregor] I am tired now, but look at these muscles.

[Gregor] I’m putting it to one side for an hour with clingfilm on top of it and it will have doubled.

[Gregor] You’ll recognise now that our dough has risen and we can take the clingfilm off, and push the air out of it.

[Gregor] I’m going to make six pieces from this.

[Gregor] Now, I’m going to roll each piece out like a sausage that is 22 inches long.

[Gregor] Starting from the middle and working the dough out to the sides.

[Gregor] It now looks almost like a snake with how long it is.

[Gregor] Now, that’s one, and we’ll keep going with the rest.

[Gregor] I’m going to make a shape that’s like a horseshoe you could say first and then I’m buying the two ends over each other and again and then turning it up and pushing it in to the sides.

[Gregor] Now, this is the strange part, I’m going to use a litre of boiled water and I’m going to put it in a bowl with 60g of soda bread.

[Gregor] And the thing that’s going to happen here is that it’s going to take a brown, brown colour on the pretzels when they come out of the oven.

[Gregor] And it will take a bit of a skin too because I’ve put the dough in hot water first.

[Gregor] Now we’re just putting them in and then I’ll get my tins ready.

[Gregor] And that will do the job.

[Gregor] We want all the water to come off and we can put them out on the tin.

[Gregor] And I want to help the pretzels so that they’ll look right.

[Gregor] It’s not the sheep that are getting a dipping today at all, it’s the pretzels.

[Gregor] Here’s where the salt comes in and I’m using sea salt, and I’m just putting it around the top of each one.

[Gregor] These are now ready to go into the oven at 180 fan, and they’ll go in for 12 minutes, maybe 15 minutes or similar.

[Gregor] Keep an eye on it, you want that dark colour.

[Gregor] In with them.

[Gregor] Doesn’t that look beautiful, I’m going in for a mouthful.

[Gregor] Oh well, that’s so good, hard on the outside and soft in the middle, and just salty enough for me.

[Gregor] Very good!

 

 

salann

salt

taois

dough

làidir

strong

gàmag

a mouthful

eireachdail

beautiful

cruaidh

hard