Here are 50 cooking tips to help you become a better chef! #GordonRamsay #Cooking Gordon Ramsay's Ultimate Fit Food/Healthy, Lean and Fit – 🤍po.st/REpVfP If you liked this clip check out the rest of Gordon's channels: 🤍🤍youtube.com/gordonramsay 🤍🤍youtube.com/kitchennightmares 🤍🤍youtube.com/thefword
Ive always wanted you to be my husband (my perfect life's partner).
Oooo..I love the mincing garlic with salt/friction trick!!
What the heck is "leftover wine"? I've never seen this liquid...
crazy how these have always been common, normal practice and knowledge but are called elite expert tips now.
Did he just add olive oil to a pasta?
That’s a beginners mistake.
Even Gordon makes that pointless horizontal cut on Onions... The way the fibers is in an Onion, it's just a waste of time, the Onion has already done it for you 🤣
DIY Oil and herbs sounds like botulism.
U can make iddili
No self-respecting chef would EVER put olive oil into the pasta water. And notice he did not save any pasta water to add to a sauce. Dumb and not industry standard. Also, what’s with the constant shifting like a boxer in the ring? Is he on something? Too much coffee? Lastly, let’s get pronunciations right. Regardless of a chef’s country of origin, everyone knows it’s “fil-a” not fill-et. Drives me crazy.
Such amazing chef
"Three fingers... One in front one behind" 😏
Wow, the crazy cooking amazing. Thank you from Siviglie!!
why do you start rice on cold water?
8-10 mins is what I do when the water is already boiled..
I don't think he knows how to sharpen a knife.
Li’il minature sma’ies
I love gordon but do NOT put any oil in your pasta water - Just water and salt. It should taste like seawater. And actually take the pasta out shortly before its al dente, so it can still suck up the sauce and be al dente. And also dont put oil on the pasta after cooking unless you plan on storing it in the fridge. For instant use, the oil will stop the pasta from sucking up the sauce, which you actually want to happen.
Do you hone by backblading the knife or going blade in? I was always taught to go blade in like you're cutting the steel
I had no idea that was what the screw in the Peppermill was for. 😁