How to cook Beef - Gordon Ramsay Recipe -cookery show- easy to cook

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Comments • 246

  • David Evans
    David Evans 6 months ago

    Filmed with an atomic microscope.

  • Kenyon Jew
    Kenyon Jew 7 months ago

    Whoever did the camera work on this should be shot.Or alternatively put in that processor with the mushrooms. Jesus...

  • Frank Soriano
    Frank Soriano Year ago

    Oh snap this shit looks good. So much things i dont have that he shows in video fn sucks lmao! I got the beef only a chunk too!. Oh well

  • DeathAngelHRA
    DeathAngelHRA Year ago +1

    Every time I expect Gordon to zig, he zags......and it looks amazing!

  • Antione Berry
    Antione Berry Year ago

    listen ladies master chef gordon ramsay proofed the gentlemen can prepare and cook food stuff 🍔🍟🍺.

  • John noneya
    John noneya Year ago

    Gordon gets me moister than that beef wellington ;)

  • A Person
    A Person Year ago

    way cool

    OYSTER Year ago

    Fuckk...... I gotta beat my cock now

  • datbiotch 0
    datbiotch 0 Year ago


  • Brian Finnegan
    Brian Finnegan Year ago

    he doesnt tell you any of the spices how long to cook, no temp...very bland

  • Sarah Smyth
    Sarah Smyth Year ago


  • 4XeoN The oNe7
    4XeoN The oNe7 Year ago

    needs more lamb sauce

  • vaultboy1982
    vaultboy1982 Year ago

    Clean your finger nails man. Gross.

  • Nuwan Sanjeewa Chandrapala.


  • conishkee
    conishkee Year ago

    Gosh, that looked so wonderful. I could taste it with my eyes!

  • Bob Thenob
    Bob Thenob Year ago

    need to get that camera CLOSER
    We can almost see what's going on and no one wants that

  • Patty Pretzel
    Patty Pretzel 2 years ago


  • SpiritBear12
    SpiritBear12 2 years ago

    That might be tasty, but that is too much work for me for one meal.

  • rubber duckie
    rubber duckie 2 years ago


  • Aaron Mackay
    Aaron Mackay 2 years ago

    instructions unclear.
    beef is stuck in anus and the dog wont stop trying to eat my ass.

  • Big Tomo
    Big Tomo 2 years ago

    I'm thinking haggis instead of mushrooms would be lovely and ad some lovely flavour

  • Newtown Hopper
    Newtown Hopper 2 years ago +2

    eww... it's bleeding like it's on it's red week.

  • Jim Cowley
    Jim Cowley 2 years ago

    right so this here costs about 35 quid give or take.

  • ArcadianCY
    ArcadianCY 2 years ago +14

    Recipe looks fine but at the same time disgusting since the meat is still red, I just hate eating bloody meat. I'm a human not a cannibal.

    • JNike
      JNike 11 months ago

      Aerial if cooked meat tastes like shit to you then that is what it is.

    • William Stow
      William Stow Year ago +2

      Its supposed to be red dipshit

    • cody petersen
      cody petersen Year ago

      that is an improper way to make human meat where not animal ya know you have to be genital with human meat

    • Simon Peters
      Simon Peters Year ago +2

      This is not blood but myoglobin, which is what gives the meat the red color in the first place.

    • Sayuri
      Sayuri 2 years ago +2

      that's not blood mate. not everything red is blood.

  • A Tribe Called Quest
    A Tribe Called Quest 2 years ago +25

    tells us how long to chill but not how long to bake ?

    • John Doe
      John Doe Year ago

      everyone seems like a prick to a benign comment.
      "watch video" ..... "wonder about baking time" .... "comment" ..... "receives hate" .... "done" ...

    • JR. Johnson
      JR. Johnson Year ago

      go and watch the show ( F- Word on the Food Network)

    • Steven McLoughlin
      Steven McLoughlin 2 years ago +2

      Until the pastry is golden brown like it was in the video ;)

    • A Tribe Called Quest
      A Tribe Called Quest 2 years ago +3

      oh ok thanks i haven't been able to try it because i can't afford fillet steak lol

    • Marius Cristian Ciubotariu
      Marius Cristian Ciubotariu 2 years ago +4

      Ignore this guy, he is a prick. I cook everyday and I cook all sorts of dishes but never cooked a wellington. I love Ramsay. He's my favourite chef but he should've said how long to cook it for. If I could guess, I would say 10-15 mins max.

  • Like Wildflowers
    Like Wildflowers 2 years ago

    All that warm blood 😷

  • XtotheZ Xzibit
    XtotheZ Xzibit 2 years ago +1

    hungry. that was awesome.

  • LekkMi
    LekkMi 3 years ago

    reminds me of meat glue

  • sulaiman saleh
    sulaiman saleh 3 years ago +2

    i think it,s need more cooking RAW

  • potato head
    potato head 3 years ago +6

    it's fucking RAWWWWWWWWWWWWW

  • homes24
    homes24 3 years ago +3

    I do not like this narration at all, its like for dumb people, one word a minute

    • Tom Fallon
      Tom Fallon Year ago

      i get a pretentious vibe from Gordon ramsay, he comes across as condescending

    • kmg501
      kmg501 2 years ago +2

      That's exactly why I liked it, it's not full of unnecessary verbiage.

    • JDGWI
      JDGWI 3 years ago


  • عابر سبيل
    عابر سبيل 3 years ago

    please find a book about ( الإسلام ) eslam. . . thank you .

  • Jacob011
    Jacob011 3 years ago +3

    What a dildo shot this? The close ups make me nauseous.

  • Hang Le
    Hang Le 3 years ago

    looks so freaking yummy. Hhumm i'm hungry

    THE EARTH 3 years ago

    not cooked wtf

    • Tranquil789
      Tranquil789 3 years ago +1

      +Eli Israel You want the meat all grey looking and dry? Whatever floats your boat.

      THE EARTH 3 years ago

      +The Maybe N00b ok suuuuure I'll pass

    • Blue Guy
      Blue Guy 3 years ago +5

      It's called medium rare and it's plenty cooked to me

  • TotalѢ WarѢ - GALIZIEN

    Greetings from Ukraine ! omg its awesome !

  • bluwave79
    bluwave79 3 years ago

    why don't you add a sauce to moisturize?

  • kevin O
    kevin O 3 years ago +1

    what is the white stuff at 1:18?

    • JDGWI
      JDGWI 3 years ago +1

      +kevin O sure tell yourself that

    • bordiguy
      bordiguy 3 years ago

      +toby anderson LOL

    • kevin O
      kevin O 3 years ago

      Jeez people, It was a just a joke! Guess it was funnier in my mind and the sarcasm was not conveyed right.

    • Stoned Jesus
      Stoned Jesus 3 years ago +1

      +CrazyandLazy ahhahha

    • Fish
      Fish 3 years ago +7

      +kevin O lol dumbass. It's the plate.

  • ϟϟ
    ϟϟ 3 years ago +11

    Rolled piece of cheap picnic ham, canned button mushrooms, margerine, bread slices. Poor man's Wellington, Eaten

    • Colin
      Colin 4 months ago

      Yum yum YUM!

    • Kugathalord22
      Kugathalord22 Year ago

      WOW! Thanks a lot for this simplified version! Seriously thank you very much!!!

  • Benormous
    Benormous 3 years ago

    Ramsey is the absolute bollocks

  • Tan YK
    Tan YK 3 years ago +1

    Champion cook

  • WeKnowTheTruth2012
    WeKnowTheTruth2012 3 years ago +3

    And my mom cooks our meat in water and thats all
    how fucking lame

    • Gabriel M.
      Gabriel M. 3 years ago

      +Erreur “Wndrr” Dafool
      dirty ungrateful

    • Hanzu
      Hanzu 3 years ago +13

      @WeKnowTheTruth2012 if yo'ure not happy this way, why don't you cook it yourself ?
      sale ingrat.

  • Skeeky Online
    Skeeky Online 3 years ago +1

    This looks amazing. I have to try it. thanks Gor dawg

  • Abdul Wahedy
    Abdul Wahedy 3 years ago

    The beef not cooked proper, need more time.

  • burns83
    burns83 3 years ago +1

    The track with electric guitar makes it so hardcore i feel like im in prison. This is hard stuff

  • SwooshGangJoe
    SwooshGangJoe 4 years ago +1

    Good God

  • Kocak
    Kocak 4 years ago

    my mouth is watering that was so delicious !! >_

  • Stephanie Saso
    Stephanie Saso 4 years ago +5

    That was probably one of the most sexiest things I've ever seen

  • Haleem ul Hassan
    Haleem ul Hassan 4 years ago +2

    Thats RAWWW!

    • fahd s
      fahd s 4 years ago +1

      No. Rare. Some people like rare, medium-rare, medium and well done. Raw is not cooked at all. Rare is a couple of mins

    • Sonortubelug
      Sonortubelug 4 years ago +4

      There's a fucking burger van round the corner, go and eat there.(although technically speaking, I can't afford to eat at one of Ramsey's ponce holes). And therefore, I'm attacking myself in the long run. That is why I hate you and we must joust, you fucking clown shoe.

  • Raizada R
    Raizada R 4 years ago +6

    Or, you know... you could just make a burrito...
    Can I get my Michelin Star now?

  • D A
    D A 4 years ago +39

    All of the dumb faggots complaining about blood. Meat is drained of blood before it is sold. Enjoy your overcooked steak. Try a high quality medium or medium rare for once. See if you can taste the difference.

    • TheSupradvr
      TheSupradvr 2 years ago +2

      drew avery
      life is taking chance my friend , if you live a cushy life with no pain and no chances , did you really live? I believe not

    • D A
      D A 2 years ago +1

      @Mwdub02 To enjoy incredible flavor.
      The stuff you're talking about also doesnt tend to happen with high quality meat

    • Mwdub02
      Mwdub02 2 years ago

      drew avery
      Your point is valid, but why take a chance.

    • D A
      D A 2 years ago +1

      @Mwdub02 The chances of that are miniscule

    • Mwdub02
      Mwdub02 2 years ago +2

      drew avery
      And enjoy the micoplazma with other pathogens with a nice glass of wine. Then a costly trip to the E.R ( $5000) if you don't have insurance. And God knows how many days off work with no pay so you can enjoy your meat medium rare lol.

  • TheCoolProfessor
    TheCoolProfessor 4 years ago +3

    This beef Wellington may melt in your mouth but it'll certainly melt your wallet!

    • Don Ivo
      Don Ivo 3 years ago

      @Faiz Samion or he can wrap some chicken nuggets in croissant dough works great with all holidays.

    • Mr. K
      Mr. K 3 years ago

      Haha agreed

    • Faiz Samion
      Faiz Samion 3 years ago +1

      @TheCoolProfessor You can tone down the quality of ingredients to have this more often. Cheaper cuts, cheaper mushrooms. Just don't skimp too much on the puff pastry. the butter ones taste absolutely better. Or go the extra mile and slave away making your own puff pastry (haha). At the end of the day, like everything else, you get what you pay for.

    • Don Ivo
      Don Ivo 4 years ago +1

      I'm over this debate on who's the biggest girl. Time to move on in life Graham.

    • Dominic Graham
      Dominic Graham 4 years ago

      @TheCoolProfessor now he comes back with weak comebacks

  • trog lodyte
    trog lodyte 4 years ago

    "BEEF WELLINGTON..............BLOOD."

  • John Carney
    John Carney 4 years ago

    Make it with Pate du Fois Gras and it is even better. This is weird that he does not give you the temp of the oven or time of cooking,that is the tricky part of this most difficult but delicious dish. The truffle gravy was left out as well...its the most expensive dish on a menu when made properly in France. Love his restaurants like Maze in NYC, he is cool.

  • OneBagTravel
    OneBagTravel 4 years ago


  • Lila Alex Inglis
    Lila Alex Inglis 4 years ago

    Seriously talented!

  • mirawen
    mirawen 4 years ago

    I thought olive oil on high heat was toxic? Confused.

    • southern04man
      southern04man 4 years ago

      @mirawenya if you burn it.

    • MillenniumReactor
      MillenniumReactor 4 years ago

      To add a point: olive oil on relatively high temperature "denatures" and become as good/bad as other oils.

    • Scott Brown
      Scott Brown 4 years ago
      In short: The risk of carcinogenic fumes or molecules in heated olive oil is fairly minimal. Remember that the human body is extremely resilient to carcinogens, and basically has to be worn down over a period of several decades to start feeling the effects.

  • Alex Val
    Alex Val 4 years ago +4

    I never get it....whats the matter with people eating the meat RAW?? If we talk about vegetables its ok to keep them as much uncoocked as possible,to keep all the vitamins. But blood coming out of the meat the moment you are going to eat it....? who thought first this was a good idea... First of all its dangerous for infections and secondly raw meat isnt suppose to taste good...for humans at least.

    • Anthony Hernandez
      Anthony Hernandez 5 months ago

      Raw meat is god!

    • Selva DG
      Selva DG 4 years ago

      this is just a tutorial. understand that?

    • André Garcia
      André Garcia 4 years ago +3

      you won't get an infection, first of all as many pointed out above, it is NOT blood, secondly bacteria in meat develops on the surface of the meat, which he properly cooked it first killing any bacteria that could be there, the inside of the meat is safe from harmful bacteria and this was cooked medium rare, not rare, perfectly safe and delicious to eat, anymore and you would be overcooking your fillet and getting rid of all the good beef taste.

    • Scott Brown
      Scott Brown 4 years ago +2

      Blood carries diseases much more readily than myoglobin, and I assume that most people don't like eating blood because of the vampire connotations moreso than the actual taste, most people just seem to find the idea disgusting.

    • trog lodyte
      trog lodyte 4 years ago

      @Scott Brown So it looks like blood, tastes like blood and has the same properties as blood but isn't blood? ahahaha

  • xValsion
    xValsion 4 years ago +2

    and there are blood coming out from the beef..

    • New Noise
      New Noise Year ago

      xValsion TRIGGERED

    • Kevin Phung
      Kevin Phung 4 years ago +2

      There is*. And you're part of the ignorant mass. Congratulations.

    • Scott Brown
      Scott Brown 4 years ago +9

      It's not blood, I mean it totally looks like blood, but that's just because it's myoglobin from the muscle tissue in the beef. There shouldn't actually be any running blood in the beef you buy if it was hung properly.

  • floopstuh
    floopstuh 4 years ago +1

    How do you SEAL beef ?

    • floopstuh
      floopstuh 4 years ago +1

      @cosmo olversatil wow u didnt get it lol..

    • cosmo olversatil
      cosmo olversatil 4 years ago +2

      you just cook the outside for a little bit. like searing it. containing all those juices....mhhhhhhmmhh

  • Al Ruslan
    Al Ruslan 4 years ago +2


  • assassin8or
    assassin8or 5 years ago


  • cindy zhan
    cindy zhan 5 years ago +1

    well... British food...

    • The YouTube Algorithm
      The YouTube Algorithm 4 years ago

      @VattenFlaskaCola123 I found this hilarious for some reason and spat water onto the screen involuntarily good job

    • Zabbat
      Zabbat 5 years ago +5

      You don't got beef where you live?

  • TheEugeep
    TheEugeep 5 years ago

    fucking show off tosser

  • Holistic-Healing UK
    Holistic-Healing UK 5 years ago +17

    And how long are we cooking it for chef? 10 mins? 20 mins? 4 hours? 3 weeks?

    • Jovia Kirabo
      Jovia Kirabo 9 months ago +1

      Holistic-Healing UK three weeks🤣

    • Holistic-Healing UK
      Holistic-Healing UK 5 years ago

      Ah, thank you :-)

    • Speakingofyou
      Speakingofyou 5 years ago +5

      When you put your oven on 200 degrees, the meat will be medium when the pastery is nice and brown. We're talking about 10-12 minutes;)

  • Harold Cooper
    Harold Cooper 5 years ago +6

    Worst camera man ever.

  • Valerio Bettini
    Valerio Bettini 5 years ago +4

    beef wellington.....................DONE

    MEGAMODELNYC 5 years ago

    It worked perfectly! Thank you Chef

  • Unrequited
    Unrequited 5 years ago

    His success speaks for itself. He has a lot of successful restaurants, TV shows and is known around the world. Who are you? Oh yeah, Kaju Ku, some jackass posting on TheXvid.

  • Emile Roemer
    Emile Roemer 5 years ago

    1:06 look like shit.

  • The Survivor
    The Survivor 5 years ago +4

    medium rare is how you eat a proper steak!

  • romeoneverdies
    romeoneverdies 5 years ago

    people thend to think that the juice meats give off is blood but its not its actually a mix of water and fat the leaner the meat the less you need to cook it to leave it juicy .
    beef has the same bacterial and viruses than humans hence you only need to cook the outer of the meat. now for sake of healt its better not to eat it raw because of poor handling and stuff but if you cook meat to a pink (not blue) there is notting to worry about but things are diffrent for birds that need more cooking

  • AmericanPatriot
    AmericanPatriot 5 years ago

    Its 2 am. I'm drunk. And I'm fucking hungry now

  • novasquad2
    novasquad2 5 years ago

    I need list of ingredients and time to cook everything! it looks delicious ;p

  • Ryan Reed
    Ryan Reed 5 years ago

    Hold on he made a mistake, he forgot to marinate the beef with Knorr Stockpot cubes

  • Migzly17
    Migzly17 5 years ago

    Here on planet Earth we call that a juicy looking piece of deliciousness, I'm not sure what planet you're from but it's not Earth

  • Adidas Love
    Adidas Love 5 years ago


  • Bennie Bd
    Bennie Bd 5 years ago

    Hollyshit ... Look so freakin yummy >

  • De_lorean
    De_lorean 5 years ago

    Still it's no Dijon.

  • De_lorean
    De_lorean 5 years ago

    It's still sodium chloride with no additives. That has to be 10-15 grams of salt in that Wellington. Bye bye kidneys, welcome high blood pressure.

  • De_lorean
    De_lorean 5 years ago

    Amen to that.

  • LD Henderson
    LD Henderson 5 years ago

    It's fine because he was using Kosher salt. It doesn't absorb the way table salt does. Now if it was table salt that would be inedible.

  • LD Henderson
    LD Henderson 5 years ago +1

    It's not blood! It is myoglobin, a protein that carries oxygen from the blood to the meat fibers.If it was blood, it would turn black and coagulate on your plate! You've seen this occasionally when a bit of blood left in the marrow of a bone leaks out when you cook. It gets hard and black. But the bright red liquid in your plate is thin, fluid, and flavorful. That's because it is myoglobin, not blood. Myoglobin is a relatively small oxygen-binding protein of muscle cells.

  • Arrynek01
    Arrynek01 5 years ago

    How dumb are you? :D That is not blood, never was. It is just bloody myth. All you see there is water colored by the meat. There is not a smidgen of blood in there. Not to mention beef done medium or rare (this is rare) is just the best. You cook it to well done? Fine, but don't bother buying fillet of beef, you can do that with scraps and get the same taste result.

  • drgonzo212
    drgonzo212 5 years ago

    You are clueless.

  • De_lorean
    De_lorean 5 years ago

    Looks delicious but man, that's a hell of a lot of salt. He seasoned it 3 times at different stages.

  • esprit15d
    esprit15d 5 years ago

    Back to my original question: how in the world does "cooking" something take the blood out of it? According to your generous science lesson (thanks for that by the way) you will end up with dried out, tough blood. Google "blood cuisine" and you will find out that cooked blood is a whole in and of itself.

  • jschram84
    jschram84 5 years ago

    That's not blood it's Myoglobin, not to be confused with Hemoglobin which is found in blood. Myoglobin is rich in iron and oxygen which is why it has the same red color as blood but it is NOT blood so don't be so afraid to eat some nice beef medium/medium-rare it's delicious.

  • dbzandrs2
    dbzandrs2 5 years ago

    And if you ever took science class in middle school, you would know that different liquids have different evaporating temperatures,

  • Rick
    Rick 5 years ago

    If you ever took science class in grade school, you should know that moisture evaporates as temperature goes up, hence why overcooked food is dried out and tough, and undercooked food is wet/moist/runny.

  • ㅡAngel
    ㅡAngel 5 years ago

    this looks pretty hard but i guess with practice it'll get easier...

  • Mike Soertsz
    Mike Soertsz 5 years ago

    The meat looks to be cooked to a perfect medium, as it should be. People who ask for 'well done' in a restaurant are basically demonstrating that they have no taste for meat. You should only order a medium (or med-rare, med-well) temp-ed beef if its a decent restaurant with a decent chef.

  • Minh Bùi Quang
    Minh Bùi Quang 5 years ago

    yeah, go fuck yourself bitch

  • Risobtero
    Risobtero 5 years ago

    I'm pretty sure everyone can do it,but who the fuck is going to choose that over shoving something into the microwave?

  • Marquitos TV
    Marquitos TV 5 years ago

    Wtf lmfao

  • kasHkan
    kasHkan 5 years ago

    i love his cooking , but can,t eat meat that raw or medium , for me should be brown inside , i know all the taste and juice is gone , i wish i could master that kind of filet

  • Cherish Nguyen
    Cherish Nguyen 5 years ago

    stunning dish ever and ever!

  • Stephanie Wilson
    Stephanie Wilson 5 years ago +1

    Looks great never had it before but would like to try it.

  • gamrage
    gamrage 5 years ago

    Easy to cook? holy crap... I can't do all that..

  • spunky
    spunky 5 years ago

    he makes it look so easy, i think i can do it. but i'd seriously have no chance whatsoever