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Gordon Ramsay's Ultimate Cookery Course by Gordon Ramsay

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Notes about this book

  • pennyvr on January 03, 2015

    We love this book. There are some wonderful flavours but the recipes are quick and easy. We learnt some great cooking tips from the shows and the first section in each chapter.

Notes about Recipes in this book

  • Stuffed roast chicken

    • Smittieg on January 05, 2014

      A comfort food recipe with style. The stuffing becomes a side-dish on its own, needing just a fresh green salad to complete the meal. On its way to becoming a family favourite.

  • Sichuan chicken thighs

    • Astrid5555 on January 24, 2016

      These were delicious! A little too spicy for the kids, but very, very good with a subtle orange note from the orange zest. Weeknight friendly when marinated ahead of time.

  • Noodles with chilli, ginger and lemongrass

    • hsteel on December 29, 2015

      Just made this for lunch. It was super easy and surprisingly tasty. Mine was much more yellow than the picture in the book. Surely due to the tumeric. Not sure why his wasn't. I had to use coconut milk since I didn't have cream. I also left out the chilli and just use a few red pepper flakes. Not a fan of heat :) I ate it with very fine rice noodles, but I think next time I'd use thicker cut ones. This would also make a good Thai curry broth, I think. I'd stir fry up some vegetables (and meat if you want) and serve over rice.

  • Vietnamese-style beef baguette

    • pennyvr on March 23, 2014

      Very messy to eat

  • Chilli beef lettuce wraps

    • pennyvr on December 20, 2014

      Double the dressing - it's delicious.

    • pennyvr on December 20, 2014

      Vegetarian versions - I've tried a few mince substitutes and the best I've found is vegetarian mince. Tofu also works but the dressing doesn't soak in very well.

    • MmeFleiss on March 06, 2015

      My favorite lettuce wrap recipe. On the show (but not mentioned in the book) he mentions that you should cook the meat until it is really dry and well-browned. I forgot to do this the second time I made this and it was subpar.

  • Cheat's soufflé with three cheeses

    • pennyvr on September 25, 2016

      Delicious and surprisingly quick and easy

  • Easy arancini

    • pennyvr on April 23, 2014

      I was low on breadcrumbs so mixed some polenta with the breadcrumbs I had. It worked well!

  • Slow-roasted pork belly with fennel

    • MmeFleiss on March 15, 2015

      The pork was succulent with a great crispy skin; the sauce was way too salty--definitely needs a light hand with the salt.

  • Beef tacos with wasabi mayo

    • pennyvr on February 03, 2014

      I substituted red kidney beans for beef to create a vegetarian version.

  • Blueberry and ricotta pancakes with yoghurt and honey

    • Astrid5555 on July 23, 2017

      These were nice and fairly quick to make, but did not top our favourite "Multigrain pancakes" from "Supernatural Everday". However, we really liked the honey and yogurt addition, something we will keep for all other future pancakes.

  • Leek and pancetta quiche

    • Hally on June 19, 2014

      This is a lovely substantial quiche.

  • Beef empanadas

    • FJT on March 13, 2013

      Great filling - very tasty. I'll make the empanadas larger next time - there was a lot of pastry for the amount of filling in the suggested size. Went down very well with everyone.

    • sharifah on April 04, 2013

      I thought the filling was a bit tasteless. I couldn't taste the spices even though I put in a touch more spices than the 'pinch' he specified. I made the empanadas slightly smaller - 10 cm instead of 11 cm and I used up all the pastry and filling. Turned out well when baked, looked like the photo. Even though I wasn't keen on this, it went down well with everyone.

    • pennyvr on September 06, 2014

      I doubled the spices, which made the chilli dominate - will try doubling the other spices next time and maybe 1.5 times the chilli. I replaced half the mince with canned red kidney beans, drained and slightly mashed, for a vegetarian version. It worked well.

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  • ISBN 10 1444756699
  • ISBN 13 9781444756692
  • Published Aug 30 2012
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 320
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Hodder & Stoughton

Publishers Text

"I want to teach you how to cook good food at home by stripping away all the hard graft and complexity to show how anyone can produce mouth-watering recipes. Put simply, I'm going to show you how to cook yourself into a better cook." GORDON RAMSAY Gordon Ramsay's Ultimate Cookery Course is about giving home cooks the desire, confidence and inspiration to hit the stoves and get cooking. The ultimate reference bible, it's a lifetime's worth of expertise from the world's finest chef distilled into a beautiful book. Gordon will share all sorts of useful tricks and tips from his years as a professional chef- from ways to save time and money, to how to present simple food so it looks like you've spent hours on it - making this the only cookery course you'll ever need. Gordon Ramsay's Ultimate Cookery Course includes over 100 modern recipes that are simple and accessible but have an edge - classics such as slow-cooked lamb shanks, and pork belly with garlic, bay and fennel; suppers for two, from Thai tuna fishcakes to open lasagne; noodle dishes to die for and super easy salads, packed with flavour and perfect when you're cooking for a crowd. Gordon Ramsay's Ultimate Cookery Course is the definitive cooking lesson from the ultimate chef.

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