Transcript for 'You Pick: Emeril Cooks' With Emeril Lagasse
day ? Good time. Emeril Lagasse here for another edition of you pick, emeril cook. We asked you to choose which breakfast dish to cook. Your choices were blueberry oat pancakes, breakfast burrito, green apple pancakes and crustless quiche. The winner was -- what. Wow. Wanted the burrito. Apparently my auto voting for the Bure roto was not enough. Listen, I have a visiting chef today. The Swedish chef, right. Okay, so crustless quiche. Swedish style, ready? So as we prepare -- What are we doing to begin. Ol little oil. Okay. Now put the Leeks in. Put the Leeks in. Yep, okay. Then we'll add some spinach. Yep. Going to add garlic. That's right. This is how they cook in Sweden. Right. Okay. A little -- Yeah, put the pepper -- perfect. Okay, so you saute this basically. Right. You. Got to weight this down basically in Sweden how they do it is cook it down. The spinach will -- absorb moisture so let's come down over here. Kermit, let's -- You're going to love this part. Chef, come this way. So I have six eggs and six egg whites. And this is -- you know what this is, right? This is -- okay, evaporated light milk. Now, you went with gruyere? Why go with it? Why go with gruyere? Yeah. Basically, josh, when you get the spin notch and the Leeks sauteed as you can see -- perfect shot. Moisture is out of this. Wow. That means no water. Kermie, no moisture, no water. You're going to dry right up over here and then so now we add -- see -- Yep. Yeah. Right. Right and then -- Gruyere cheese. Gruyere. How long in the oven? He can O. My god. At this point who really cares? I mean, really and truly -- That should be a movie. That's the Swedish way, right? Yes. Okay, so look, bake this -- How long, chef? Yeah, about 400 degrees. Yeah. So basically now -- Mock speedish. Look at this. Wow. Look at that. I also want to point out we all tried the pancakes. But can I -- I'm going -- can I Mac a request? I know breakfast in bed for one lucky mom is coming up. Maybe a breakfast burrito. Maybe. I'll put in that for you. Hey, Swede, how does that sound to you. How does that sound to you. Okey-dokey. Perfect. That means perfect in Swedish. That translates to -- Swedish chef, you can cook for me any time. Emeril, I hope you come back
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