Gordon Ramsay is known for giving savage criticism to aspiring chefs on his popular TV shows – not to mention dropping the ‘F’ word.
In aseries of amusing videos, the 53-year-old, who is currently staying in the Cornwall home he shares with wife Tana, 45, and his five children aged between one and 22, disparages the culinary creations of various ‘influencer chefs.’
Amongst the harsh criticism includes Gordon telling one that his meatball sauce looks like ‘wall paste,’ while he can be seen berating another by comparing his steak to his granddad’s colostomy bag.
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)
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.
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.
In one clip, personal trainer David Templer (right), from Highgate, London, shares a video describing himself as the ‘shirtless chef boy’ while cooking up his own version of Ikea’s Swedish meatballs. Gordon is pictured left
In the video, David excitedly commentates as he cooks 20 Waitrose essential beef meatballs in a pan with no seasoning
David adds 40g of butter to 40g of plain flour and whisks it together (right), causing Gordon (left) to profane and declare it’s far too much flour
Gordon said the sauce was too thick and looked like ‘wallpaper paste’ – despite David being proud of the dish
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.
David’s method is different to the one released by the Swedish furniture giant earlier this year.
Gordon also reacted to a video by Buoy Boys, who tried to make a premium wagu syteak from cheap beef. They started by grinding it (right)
In the video, the pair grind down steak, add gelatin to it, put it in a bag and sous vide it – before grilling it on a barbecue. Gordon was dismayed by the method
Keeping his famous foul-mouth child-friendly for TikTok’s young users, Gordon says ‘What the frick?’ to describe the cooking method, before describing the meat to look like his ‘granddad’s colostomy bag’
In April, FEMAIL revealed Ikea’s recipe to cook up their signature meatballs at home, which includes mixing beef and pork mince with an onion, garlic and breadcrumbs for meatballs.
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’.
American mother-of-three Michelle (pictured), who posts on TikTok under the handle jchelle36, has been blasted by British TV chef Gordon Ramsay for her tutorial on how to make fish and chips
It comes after the chef reacted to an American woman’s attempt at ‘British fish and chips’.
Michelle, who is originally from North Carolina but currently living in the UK, shared her method for making traditional fish and chips, using root beer, egg yolk and sugar, with her 205,000 TikTok followers.
Unimpressed by her latest creation, made in the microwave, Gordon filmed his reaction to the recipe saying: ‘You’ve lost the plot. You’ve never been to Britain.’
It follows the video she uploaded for how to make ‘hot tea’ which sparked horror among social media users around the world.