Recreating Paul Hollywood's Cornish Pasties from Taste | Bon Appétit

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We challenged resident Bon Appétit super taster Chris Morocco to recreate 'The Great British Bake Off' judge Paul Hollywood's Cornish Pasties recipe using every sense he has other than sight. Was he up to the challenge?
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Recreating Paul Hollywood's Cornish Pasties from Taste | Bon Appétit
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Matt Semeniuk
Matt Semeniuk - Klukkustund síðan
I can barely tell what's in my food even if I make it....
_ - 18 klukkustundum síðan
this man is intimidatingly impressive
0blivi0us D4rk
0blivi0us D4rk - 21 klukkustund síðan
"why do they call him paul hollywood" why do theycall you brad leone???
JoJo 2.0
JoJo 2.0 - Degi Síðan síðan
Your culinary deductions are very impressive Chris! 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾
ksuny - 7 dögum síðan
The shot of Chris dumping spoons into his pocket - priceless!
D D - 8 dögum síðan
Chris, standing near a Cornish pasty: "I sense pot pie."
Sian Nelson
Sian Nelson - 9 dögum síðan
I was born and raised in England , despite Cornish Pasties not being particularly seasoned they are delicious. They're supposed to be simple as it's a very old recipe made by poor labourers & spices etc weren't accessible to them. If you want a more flavorful version, look for a traditional Jamaican patty recipe they are an evolution of the cornish pasty that was introduced to Jamaica by the English. I could say more but this is just about food, both are tasty try them. 🇯🇲🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿
Rachel g
Rachel g - 10 dögum síðan
"oversized, mutant hot pocket with pot roast in it"
Pickles Dill
Pickles Dill - 10 dögum síðan
Brad IS JUST like my stepdad. In his speech. In his mannerisms. Its funny
Pickles Dill
Pickles Dill - 10 dögum síðan
Brad: lets do something so basic he wont get it
Chris: this tastes so simple its not possible...its must be complex
choboutube - 11 dögum síðan
Ah, things were so simple pre-COVID
Hatska2wolf - 11 dögum síðan
I was sat through this whole thing wishing for a thicker crimp, it’s just not a proper pasty if you can’t hold the thing up by its crust. And pasty’s don’t need to have a complex flavour or be heavy on spices, it’s a poor mans meal, so it was made with what miners could afford. Or in my case lunch because they’re a good cheap lunch for the hungry student
Klah Ledbetter
Klah Ledbetter - 12 dögum síðan
I love chefs. They get excited about food and things you wear when making food lol
Justin Tronson
Justin Tronson - 12 dögum síðan
4:51 Chris just played the circle game 👌 with that dog. Messed up Chris....messed up
Phoenix Rize
Phoenix Rize - 13 dögum síðan
A wild sohla roaming in the background.. for some reason i was more interested in what she was doing 😂
jeffchapel79 - 14 dögum síðan
BA’s theme words and phrases: “situation” and “I feel like......”
Adeline Smith
Adeline Smith - 14 dögum síðan
i feel like for one of these episodes they should give him one of his own recipes to throw him off
Lindsey Creech
Lindsey Creech - 15 dögum síðan
Chris’s initial opinion about the pastie is exactly how i feel about Paul Hollywood anyways
Alexandria Robinson
Alexandria Robinson - 15 dögum síðan
Chris stop guessing yourself please, go with your first mind
Briar Bear
Briar Bear - 16 dögum síðan
Appearance was at least 95%
Meton2526 - 16 dögum síðan
JEEEEZE, $25 for a pound of skirt steak?
Aaron Risley
Aaron Risley - 16 dögum síðan
How to make a better dish...
Leah - 17 dögum síðan
lol Paul Hollywood would NEVER use store bought pastry ...blasphemy !!! 😛
Jeremy West
Jeremy West - 17 dögum síðan
How many times has skirt steak tripped up Chris by now?
Deluxray - 17 dögum síðan
Ah yes, skirt steak, Chris’s nemesis
Thomas Gill
Thomas Gill - 17 dögum síðan
That is a awful pasty , wheres the gravy
Serena Hansen
Serena Hansen - 17 dögum síðan
Chris: bends over to pet dog
Michelle Thomas
Michelle Thomas - 18 dögum síðan
10:45 I'm guessing this was shot right before Claire made pizza rolls
Silly Baby
Silly Baby - 18 dögum síðan
as a real life cornish person i can tell you the veg should be cut into cubes and this hurts to see
captainkaleb - 18 dögum síðan
Looks a lot like a calzone.
Lewis - 18 dögum síðan
how can someone slag off cornish pasties so much
LottaTroublemaker - 18 dögum síðan
Rutabagas taste good! They’re not bad at all! You know, in Norway,mwe used to call it «Kålrabi» («Kohlrabi» or «Cabbagerabi»), but now we call it «Kålrot» or «Cabbageroot». Great as mash! ☺️👏👍🇳🇴
Shhtteeve - 19 dögum síðan
where has this YT channel been all my life
Evan Vincent
Evan Vincent - 19 dögum síðan
“I burnt my onions but it was worth it”
Chris is the best 😂
Tam Ponderosa
Tam Ponderosa - 19 dögum síðan
It’s so cute how close he is. As a Michigander you could hand this to me frozen, and based on shape alone I’d know exactly the ingredients because there are RULES. 😂 I’d be trying to decide if it was beef or venison tho
Rubie Green
Rubie Green - 20 dögum síðan
disgraced by even the thought of putting wine in a cornish pasty
Glenn Long
Glenn Long - 22 dögum síðan
Awe, Maangchi is so sweet, such a nice compliment to give Chris. And his reaction to the burnt onions was just as nice. Sometimes a set back is worth the reason.
Davepotnoodle - 23 dögum síðan
"There's nothing to hate, but nothing to really love"
Congratulations, you're an honorary Brit.
Kookie Tae
Kookie Tae - 24 dögum síðan
lol "i burnt my onions but it was worth it." i feel ya Chris :)
Simone Ehlers
Simone Ehlers - 24 dögum síðan
It's pretty sad that he would even consider using store bought dough.
Nate Dole
Nate Dole - 25 dögum síðan
Everyone else whispers during the 'secret conversation'... not Brad.
Some random person
Some random person - 25 dögum síðan
At this point Chris can just smell anything and recreate it.
lolagyable - 25 dögum síðan
why is he stealing spoons?
Tirth Patel
Tirth Patel - 25 dögum síðan
4:52 now that are a good pupper
K Webster
K Webster - 25 dögum síðan
I love GBBO but I was not impressed with the Paul Hollywood bread book. In fact one recipe was incomplete and I found it online and it was huge difference.
Amber O'Hara
Amber O'Hara - 27 dögum síðan
safety garlic has a whole new, too real meaning now that we're in a pandemic. I'm getting like 3 minimum whenever I go out
bonob0123 - 28 dögum síðan
hot pocket with a pot roast in it 🔥🔥🔥
bonob0123 - 28 dögum síðan
the man has a tough time with skirt steak
Emmy Easter
Emmy Easter - 29 dögum síðan
I am not sure that Chris even remotely likes Paul Hollywoods Creation. And I do not blame him :)
Sierra G
Sierra G - Mánuði síðan
Why isn’t “Safety Garlic” on a t-shirt. I love it.
MrDeath2iPod - Mánuði síðan
If Brad was a teacher, we all know he would be the cool one.
Alex Gallegos
Alex Gallegos - Mánuði síðan
Chris: "I feel like white wine is the answer."
Me: Agreed. Wholeheartedly.
... ... ... oh wait were you talking about for the RECIPE?
J Smalls
J Smalls - Mánuði síðan
"this is an onion" lololol
Oscar L.
Oscar L. - Mánuði síðan
Wth no love for the rutabaga. Yum!
Erica Fiala
Erica Fiala - Mánuði síðan
This sounds good
sexytomato100 - Mánuði síðan
The pocket full of spoons shot got me
hary - Mánuði síðan
He managed to offend the entirety of Cornwall in 2 minutes
Reuven Cheng
Reuven Cheng - Mánuði síðan
Anyone noticed Chris always wears spectacles on day one, and contacts on day two
Lucas King
Lucas King - Mánuði síðan
As a Brit, it amazes me that Cornish pasties aren't a common thing in other places. But then I remember that they were mainly made for being eaten in the mines (at least that's what my parents told me). I've never really liked em personally, always felt like they should have gravy inside or smth, but they're still something I grew up being familiar with
Joe Rabone
Joe Rabone - Mánuði síðan
Lucas King yea they were a staple food for miners in Devon and Cornwall, they were often half filled with savoury and half sweet, the part where the crust meets was used to hold the pasty and was disposed of after
Harshekara Chellaya
Harshekara Chellaya - Mánuði síðan
I love watching chris eat a cornish pasty like a pack of crisps
Demaryius Targaryen
Demaryius Targaryen - Mánuði síðan
I love rutabaga and this episode was highly offensive
Selma M
Selma M - Mánuði síðan
Chris "I burnt my onions but it was worth it" Morocco over here fangirling over Maangchi is the sort of energy we need right now
Sofie Papatola
Sofie Papatola - Mánuði síðan
i feel like brad was just so excited to be there…
HanCao - Mánuði síðan
why is no one talking about the maangchi appearance?? omg! how amazing that chris was able to get her feedback!
Maxi - Mánuði síðan
We love Brad
Ryan Steinhart
Ryan Steinhart - Mánuði síðan
I love that you can tell that brad had such a hard time trying to say the script in the beginning 😂😂😂
Daisy Oldershaw
Daisy Oldershaw - Mánuði síðan
these are the most british american people ive ever seen
StivenCabrera3 - Mánuði síðan
Remind me never to eat British food
Ben Thacker
Ben Thacker - Mánuði síðan
as a british person this is highly offensive
Haley Jade
Haley Jade - Mánuði síðan
“Pie dough, just like dogs and bees, can smell fear.”
Baby Ghoulz
Baby Ghoulz - Mánuði síðan
Love you brad! 😂😂😂🤣
Tom - Mánuði síðan
If you did this in an English supermarket you definitely, would have stumbled across a Ginsters Cornish pasty. Should have just served that and messed with them
S .VanMeter
S .VanMeter - Mánuði síðan
The mighty silverback is going to take Chris out to the woodshed
teeluh1 - Mánuði síðan
I am super curious how they mark. With the ingredients, he only guesses four out of the whole dish, and on looks the inside looks very different. Is there a video where they break down how they mark? because I honestly find this very interesting! I would have thought he would have gotten closer to a 20% on ingredients and maybe 60% on looks because of the outside.
Holly James
Holly James - Mánuði síðan
This was a real reminder that no matter how good at cooking Chris is... he's still American. So shook by the existence of a simple pasty haha
Coralh02 - Mánuði síðan
The camera guys ever so subtlety zooming or focusing on the correct/overlooked ingredients is what I'm living for
Mikael Cyr
Mikael Cyr - Mánuði síðan
My god I wonder how many hours it took Brad to make the intro.
jml 4
jml 4 - Mánuði síðan
He got robbed! A all the way. I'm glad Brad is not my teacher.
Martine Bonita
Martine Bonita - Mánuði síðan
For some reasone swede (this is my first time hearing it called a rutebega) is a staple of infant/primary school dinners in England
Foreign Banana bread
Foreign Banana bread - Mánuði síðan
I love how on every episode he peddles the cart with one foot then rides it 😂