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Cooking Recipes To Improve Your Skills | Gordon Ramsay | Part Two



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  1. Chef I have to tell you watching your recent videos during these trying times have helped not only me, but I imagine thousands around the globe re learn their love of cooking. You are my Bob Ross, nothing but absolute respect for you. (especially when you put people in their place back on kitchen nightmares)

  2. I usually don't actually make your recipes, instead I watch your videos to pick up techniques and ideas to improve my own. I'm an improvisational cook I rarely write down my recipes because they will probably be different the next time. Except for barbecue, I'm pretty precise with my spice rubs.
    However I'm going to try your poached salmon recipe. I like the miso idea a lot. I've been making poached salmon for 30 years and never thought of that.
    I first made it when I was 22, my buddy and I were sharing an apartment, we were both good cooks and had eaten poached salmon but never made it. We had a nice fresh caught salmon and a couple of pretty girls coming over for dinner so we thought let's poach a filet. We get a good filet, use the bones to make our own fish stock and just winged it, used a good white wine and seasoning we liked with salmon like fresh dill and thyme, also some Old Bay. We had no idea how long to cook it so we just kept a close eye on it.
    It turned out great and I've been using some variation of it ever since. However that soybean paste sounds like a very worthy addition.

  3. I haven't heard anyone use the phrase "the parson's nose" since I was cooking with my grandma… in the 1960's. Not used much in the US west. That made me smile.

  4. Gordon Ramsey's followers Exam Sheet

    Que 1. How much Olive oil does Gordon use per meal . Describe ? [8]

    Que 2. What is Gordon's part of every meal main ingredient. [2]

    TOTAL 10 marks.
    Good luck.

  5. Geeze, I have a good job and would probably go broke cooking these recipes. I went the the grocery store yesterday. I bought some fruit, yogurt, cat treats, and chips and it was over $78.

  6. Fyi, the pro tip I learned from this Salmon recipe was the lining of the bowl with the toasted sesame oil, we all want it when it serves and yet we have all destroyed dishes with it. Epiphany, ty Gordon! Myself I am partial to a 48 hr course black pepper and and fresh pressed ginger rub, with a Gran Marnier and 30 yr old balsamic coulis. Salmon is not high on my list of fav fish. I lived in Maui for 10 years..

  7. I don't really care for poaching things the French do this a lot maybe an egg here or there or some french fries but other than that I'm not a big fan of poaching.

  8. As much as I love learning from Chief Ramsay, this video represents every thing I do not like about his videos. He uses never heard of and impossible to find ingrediants and leaves off entire recipes to make the dishes he supposedly trying to teach. It is like he is trying to challenge us to over come his own skills.

  9. As much as I love learning from Chief Ramsay, this video represents every thing I do not like about his videos. He uses never heard of and impossible to find ingrediants and leaves off entire recipes to make the dishes he supposedly trying to teach. It is like he is trying to challenge us to over come his own skills.

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