Gordon Ramsay's Recipes

Monthly Archives / March 2009

Cooking Snails from the Garden

Eating Snails from the Garden – Part 2 Not to long ago I posted an article on eating snails from the garden, this is the second half of that article where you get delicious instructions on cooking them! This recipe is based off of Gordon Ramsay’s Escargot salad recipe from the F Word. As lunatic […]

9

Gordon Ramsay’s Shepherd’s Pie

This dish is so delicious that you can mess it up and it will still leave you feeling as if you’re in heaven! As always, use fresh herbs and vegetables. When using the freshest ingredients, it’s hard to make a meal that doesn’t taste good.

I prepared this dish for my family tonight and totally bungled it, yet everyone still left happy!

131

Eating Snails from the Garden

Admit it, you’ve suspiciously eyed those little snails in your backyard and wondered if they were the same thing being sold at the posh french restaurant down the street. If you’re a fan of Escargot, you’re in luck, because you can get it right out of your garden! I was watching Gordon Ramsay’s F Word […]

12

My New Knives

The Search For Real Cutting Power As I’ve become more serious about cooking, I’ve realized that my old J.A. Henckels Eversharp knives just aren’t doing the trick. If you’re not familiar with Eversharp knives, they’re basically serrated like those infomercial knives so that they never need to be sharpened. They don’t really cut anything, but […]

2

Sausage and Beans

This recipe isn’t very easy on the eyes, but it’s wonderful in the belly! A nice filling lunch, but not something you’d want to cook for a first date.

3

Leftover Roast Chicken Salad

Gordon Ramsay’s Left Over Roast Chicken Salad

This is a quick recipe which also uses up your leftover chicken from last night (you did eat chicken last night, right?). If you’re going to pack the lunch to go, make sure to store the chicken and watercress in different containers and mix them when you’re ready to eat.

1

Pastrami & Cream Cheese Bagel

Gordon Ramsay’s Pastrami & Cream Cheese Bagel

This Recipe is so simple that anyone should be able to pull it off. Dive right in and have yourself a quick homemade lunch. You’ll be glad you didn’t get a ready made meal.

1

Egg Wash

Egg wash is used to give the surface of baked goods a nice glossy brown top. To make an egg wash place one egg in a bowl and beat it lightly with a fork. Add about 2 tablespoons of water and beat until incorporated. Use a pastry brush to apply the egg wash.

0

Gordon Ramsay’s Beef Wellington

Gordon Ramsay’s Beef Wellington

This recipe was featured on The F Word and was a huge hit with the customers. It’s probably a little advanced for a beginner, but it’s a meal fit for a King (or a Queen).

43
Pages:1234