This simple sandwich incorporates edible flowers.
Bonjour, today we are going to do a pea tartine. Pea tartine! Bon pea tartine! With goat cheese and meat, and we're going to pair the pea tartine with Grey Goose Grand Fizz cocktail. Very, very refreshing for the spring. First, we need a good bread. Cut the baguette like that. Okay, voila [FOREIGN] This will be generous. Okay, [FOREIGN]. Okay, now we're going to bake our bread to 400 for 8 to 10 minutes, okay. When my parents separate, my dad was young when he separate. You have two kids to take care of on the weekend. You need to cook for the kids My dad was not a cook, I eat can of peas so much with my dad. Roasted chicken, canned peas, but you know what I like it. I get some fresh peas from the farmer's market. If you don't find fresh pea, you can always use frozen pea, nothing wrong with that. I love pea in the can, I just love canned pea. I love pea frozen, love pea, I love pea fresh. Every pea, pea I love. Love pea and I'm not British okay guys. Don't start thinking I'm British because I love [UNKNOWN]. I'm going to blanch the pea in boiling water and then put the pea in ice bath. It's funny when you grow up with something and it trains the mind after to like it. You will like that all your life. It's very interesting the brain how it work. Canned peas is not that good but I love pea. So why hot water? An ice bath. Because it's easier to stop right away the cooking process. And also it gives a really good color. [MUSIC] Life, hair from Chef [UNKNOWN] in the water. [MUSIC] So anyway, peas in boiling water with a touch of salt. [MUSIC] Boom, viola, we're gonna cook the peas for two or three minutes, okay? And keep in mind we want them al dente a little bit because we will cook them again, one more time. Now we're donna check our bread, crispy, I can hear the crackling of the bread, it's perfect, great. [MUSIC] [SOUND] Good, perfect, so now I'm going to strain my peas and then [SOUND] boom. Putting them in ice water, so the water is very very cold, as you can see the peas have a beautiful beautiful color. It really set the color of the pea by putting them in ice water. So now I'm going to strain my pea. [MUSIC] Okay, let's go back over there. So now, we're just going to saute them and then put a little touch of butter, okay? [SOUND] Maybe it's too much? [INAUDIBLE] [SOUND] Okay, let's go. So we're going to melt our butter slowly. Then after, we're going to add a shallot. Chop dill, chop mint. Then I'm going to add the blanched peas in the pan. Gently cook the peas. Drop the salt. We're going to add our chopped shallot. Stir it a bit. Be very gentle. Control your heat. I don't want any coloration. And I'm going to add a little touch of white pepper. [MUSIC] Perfect. Then now, I am going to add my chopped dill, and chopped mint. Stir a little bit. What you smell now is a flavor. I'm going to test my seasoning. Always test what you do. Good. Bon. I'm going to take the tartine and I'm going to put the garlic goat cheese on the bread. Be generous. So you see, I'm very generous with the cheese? I put a bit of cheese here. Like this. Do like a little pillow of goat cheese for the pea. Now we can put out pea slowly on our top like that. Just gentle like that. It's okay to be a little messy okay. We are at home, we are not at a fancy restaurant. Voila! Perfect, okay! Now we put a little bit of pea tendril for decorations giving a great texture or so to the dish. Voila! It I'm going to put one on my fabric flower or right flower. The spring is your elaborate. There's a little bit of the oyster the sea flavor. Just to put it a bit of a color so this is Spring. So what about the green and pure cool, [FOREIGN] Pea Tartine with goat cheese and mint. I decide to pair my pea tartine with Grey Goose Le Grand Fizz. First, Grey Goose. 1.5 ounce of Grey Goose vodka. I remember when I was in Cognac, I went to meet Mr. Francois who is making all the Grey Goose. 1 ounce of St. Germain. It was during the spring. And it was hot outside and he make me a Grand Fizz, Grey Goose. I love it. Now we're going to add three limes. We're going to squeeze them, and just drop them, boom. I mean it's so refreshing. Some ice, vodka, St. Germain, lime [UNKNOWN] water. Well that's good man. [MUSIC] It's just so refreshing. Be careful because you can get drunk with that too. It's not like Punch of alcohol will have flavor, love it. It was perfect pairing with my [UNKNOWN], refreshing, light and not sweet at all. After cooking, my favorite part is eating, [UNKNOWN]. So the bread is very crispy, perfect, so make sure take a good good slice Put more pea. [MUSIC] Mm, I would say it's, I don't want to say heavy, but it's going to fill you up for sure. So with that, do I have some white? Yes. Thank you guys. [MUSIC]