Where’s the bread? Outraged Gordon Ramsay blasts TikTok user’s ‘low carb sandwich’ of cream cheese and turkey on a PEPPER in his latest round of scathing criticism of home chefs
- Gordon Ramsay, 53, has been reacting to TikTok users attempts at home cooking
- He called a user ‘an idiot sandwich’ after she slathered cream cheese on pepper
- In another clip, he said he’d like to ram a users ramen in the trash after they made a noodle sandwich with grilled cheese
Gordon Ramsay has returned to TikTok to release even more of his famous rants on home cooks.
The celebrity chef, 53, who is currently staying in the Cornwall home he shares with wife Tana, 45, and his five children aged between one and 22, has been posting reaction videos to the video-sharing app to offer some very tough advise to home cooks.
In the latest series of videos, Gordon reacts to one clip calling a healthy food blogger ‘an idiot sandwich’ while he also berates one user for making a beef Wellington with a sausage.
In one of the clips in his new #RamsayReacts series, Gordon shows his disgust to a ‘low carb’ meal by influencer My Nguyen.
To make the dish, the food writer from Brentwood, California smears cream cheese over an orange bell pepper, before adding seasoning, turkey ham and slathering it in mustard.
Shaking his head in disgust, Gordon shouts: ‘That is not a sandwich. Young lady, that is an idiot sandwich’.
The phrase is a reference to a sketch Gordon acted in on the Late Late show with James Corden in 2016.
In the sketch – dubbed Hell’s Cafeteria, a parody of his own show Hell’s Kitchen – Gordon holds two pieces of bread either side of TV host’s Julie Chen head and calls her an ‘idiot sandwich’.
In one of the clips in his new #RamsayReacts series, Gordon shows his disgust to a ‘low carb’ meal by influencer My Nguyen (right)
To make the dish, the food writer from Brentwood, California smears cream cheese over an orange bell pepper, before adding seasoning, turkey ham and slathering it in mustard (pictured)
Shaking his head in disgust, Gordon said the low-carb meal was ‘an idiot sandwich’. Pictured: My eating the bell pepper snack
The photo has since become viral meme, and Gordon has revealed he’s often asked by fans to reenact the scene.
In another clip, Gordon reacts to a video of US-based account Mythical Kitchen, who are making a ‘ramen grilled cheese sandwich’, which he says he’d like to ‘ram this in the trash’.
Chef Josh, mixes together instant noodles with plastic cheese, before adding two slices of white bread, which he fries.
Next, Josh adds more plastic cheese and the noodles to assemble ‘the sandwich’.
Censoring himself by toning down his famous foul mouth, Gordon comments ‘oh for frick sake, ramen cheese on toast, forget it, I’d like to ram that somewhere’.
In another clip, Gordon reacts to a video of US-based account Mythical Kitchen, who are making a ‘ramen grilled cheese sandwich’, which he says he’d like to ‘ram this in the trash’
‘This is a late night munchies nightmare!’ he adds.
In a third clip, Gordon reacts to a chef attempting to make a cake based on his face.
He says the vanilla cake with buttercream icing, made by baker Amanda from Orange County, California, looks nothing like him and looked like something from Halloween.
‘Stop, no, no, no’ Gordon shouts throughout, as Amanda adds flames and chef’s jacket to complete the cake.
In a third clip, Gordon (left) reacts to a chef attempting to make a cake based on his face. He says the vanilla cake with buttercream icing, made by baker Amanda from Orange County, California, looks nothing like him and looked like something from Halloween (right)
‘My darling, you’ve got the wrong Scot,’ Gordon adds at the end of the clip. ‘That looks like Gerry Butler – or my granddad, and he died 10 years ago.’
Actor Gerald Butler, 50, who was born in Scotland is known for his roles in PS I Love You, the Ugly Truth and RocknRolla.
Meanwhile, in another clip, Gordon calls out an American user who says they’re making a traditional British beef wellingtons, only to wrap a pork sausage in mushrooms and pastry.
‘That is not a Wellington, if that’s a Wellington, then call me Jamie Oliver, that is a sausage roll,’ Gordon adds.
Meanwhile, in another clip, Gordon (left) calls out an American user (right) who says they’re making a traditional British beef wellingtons, only to wrap a pork sausage in mushrooms and pastry
Meanwhile, one user shows off his adorable corgi in a video where he puts mac and cheese into bell peppers.
Gordon seems confused after the user claims to have met him at 1am, before telling him he’s a ‘b**lend’.
It comes after the British chef slammed a home cook whipping up a ‘quick and easy’ sweet potato mash.
Gordon blasted the chef for cooking his sweet potatoes in the microwave before calling the dish ‘so bad’, and singing: ‘You don’t know how c**p you are!’
In the clip, Tiktok user Oliver Jack, from London, can be seen throwing together a quick and easy sweet potato mash.
Meanwhile, one user shows off his adorable corgi in a video where he puts mac and cheese into bell peppers (right), only for Gordon to brand him a ‘b***end’
The user called it the ‘best and easiest sweet potato mash ever.
He started the recipe by washing the vegetables before throwing them into a bowl with a whole lime cut into three wedges.
Reacting to the video, Gordon could be seen pulling disgusted faces and appeared aghast as he exclaimed: ‘What are you doing? ‘
Meanwhile Oliver then told viewers to ‘cover with cling film’ before microwaving at 800W for 12 minutes.
But the television-chef wasn’t impressed by this either, shouting: ‘Urgh, no microwaves!’
The chef went on to roughly chop a ‘big bunch’ of coriander, adding a splash of soy sauce, 2 tbsp of mango chutney and seasoning with salt and pepper.
He then ‘chops the whole thing up and said the side was best served with lamb, aubergine and mangetout.
However despite Oliver calling the recipe ‘genuinely so nice and simple’, Gordon revealed he wasn’t impressed with the dish, singing: ‘You don’t know how c**p you are!’
The video is just the latest in a series of videos shared by Gordon jokingly criticising home chefs.
The celebrity chef criticised the ‘quick and simple’ recipe as ‘so bad’ and sang that the home cook ‘didn’t know how c***’ he was
In one clip, personal trainer David Templer, from Highgate, London, who describes himself as the ‘shirtless chef boy,’ can be seen rustling up his own version of Ikea’s Swedish meatballs, while topless.
He excitedly commentates as he cooks 20 Waitrose essential beef meatballs in a pan with no seasoning, before whipping up a sauce separately, which Gordon quickly says bears a resemblance to ‘wallpaper paste’.
‘Chuck your meatballs in, once they’ve browned turned your heat right down and crack on with the sauce,’ David explains.
He then adds 40g of butter to 40g of plain flour and whisks it together, causing Gordon to profane and declare it’s far too much flour.
Gordon Ramsay compares a wagyu steak dish to his ‘granddad’s colostomy bag’ (left) and a version of Ikea’s Swedish meatballs to ‘wallpaper paste’ (right)
David then adds two thirds of a cup of vegetable stock and two thirds of a cup of beef stock and stirs continuously, before adding two thirds of a cup of extra thick double cream.
Finally, he whisks in soy sauce, Dijon mustard and salt and pepper.
‘Stop it, cook out the flour, you doughnut,’ Gordon says, reacting to the video.’
Referring to the wannabe chef’s accent and shouting style, popularised by The Body Coach, he adds: ‘There’s only one Joe Wicks,’
Gordon signs off by poking fun at Jamie Oliver by saying ‘one Naked Chef’ was enough – which refers to the late nineties cooking show that bought his fellow TV cook fame.
Gordon also reacted to a video by Buoy Boys, who tried to make a premium wagyu steak from cheap beef.
In the video, the pair grind down the steak, add gelatin to it, put it in a bag and sous vide it – before grilling it on a barbecue.
Commenting on the video Gordon says ‘it shouldn’t be in a bag,’ before exasperatedly complaining: ‘This is going to be awful,’.
Keeping his famous foul-mouthed rants child-friendly for TikTok’s young users, he says ‘What the frick?’ before comparing the meat to his ‘granddad’s colostomy bag’.
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