Brooklyn Beckham gets a roasting over 'raw' beef in latest tutorial

‘Might as well bite the cow while it’s grazing!’: Brooklyn Beckham gets a roasting over ‘raw’ beef in tutorial on how to make a traditional Sunday dinner ‘Michelin style’

Brooklyn Beckham well and truly got a roasting as he gave his spin on a traditional Sunday dinner ‘Michelin style’. 

Taking to Instagram on Wednesday, the budding chef, 23, uploaded his latest video tutorial joined by former Michelin cook Kevin Lee. 

But as he presented the step-by-step guide, Brooklyn’s fans were stunned by the sheer amount of butter and oil used for the meal, with some saying the meat was far too raw when he proudly plated it up.  

Roast dinner: Brooklyn Beckham well and truly got a roasting as he gave his spin on a traditional Sunday dinner ‘Michelin style’

Brooklyn started out by slathering the huge roasting joint with two slabs of butter, garlic and herbs before putting it in the oven. 

Next up were the potatoes which were covered in oil and beef fat to make them ‘really crispy’, and plenty of Yorkshire puddings which collected a pool of oil in the centre. 

Again, the pair turned to butter when cooking carrots mixing it with carrot juice to create a glaze over the vegetables.  

‘It looks raw!’: Taking to Instagram on Wednesday, the budding chef, 23, uploaded his latest video tutorial joined by former Michelin cook Kevin Lee

Huge joint: But as he presented the step-by-step guide, Brooklyn’s fans were stunned by the sheer amount of butter and oil used for the meal

After taking a bite, Brooklyn said: ‘Just like a have it in England. The best Sunday roast.’ 

But it seems some of his followers begged to differ. 

One wrote: ‘I don’t think I would eat meat like that’, while another follower added: ‘Might as well bite the cow while it’s grazing.’

A third chimed: ‘Kind of rare’, while others were offended by the sheer amount of butter used in the meal. 

One follower joked: ‘Heart attack on a plate’, while another added: ‘Way too much oil’. 

However others liked the look of it, with one writing: ‘Incredible!!! Share the recipe.’ 

‘So much grease!’ After taking a bite, Brooklyn said: ‘Just like a have it in England. The best Sunday roast.’ But it seems some of his followers begged to differ

Caking it on: Brooklyn started out by slathering the huge roasting joint with two slabs of butter, garlic and herbs before putting it in the oven

Oily: Next up were the potatoes which were covered in oil and beef fat to make them ‘really crispy’

Brooklyn has largely been cooking for Instagram videos over the past few years as he shares basic tips with his followers on meals such as burgers and sandwiches.

But he admitted to Bustle in a recent interview: ‘I’m not a professional chef – at all.’

‘I’ve never said that. I never would say that. Obviously, my dad [retired footballer David Beckham] knew what he was doing at a very young age. I’ve only been doing cooking for not even three years.’

Brooklyn stressed: ‘It’s okay to be 25, 26, or even 30 and not know what you’re doing yet. You know what I mean?’

Serving it up: Again, the pair turned to butter when cooking carrots mixing it with carrot juice to create a glaze over the vegetables

Proud: Brooklyn was delighted with how his Yorkshire puddings turned out 

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