Gordon Ramsay Makes it Easy by Gordon Ramsay

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  • Broccoli soup

    • fprincess on December 04, 2012

      Made again. Still love it. This time I used fresh goat cheese. Photo here: http://forums.egullet.org/topic/58505-the-soup-topic/page__st__1050__p__1899375#entry1899375

    • fprincess on February 18, 2011

      Delicious and simple. I changed the garnish a little bit and used walnuts and feta cheese. Very important to season well at the end (salt, pepper, and good fruity olive oil) otherwise the soup can taste very bland. With the correct seasonings the favors really pop.

    • joneshayley on September 30, 2019

      This is lovely! Gordon is right - despite always making broccoli soup with potato, leeks , onion etc etc - it doesn’t need it. This is pure intense broccoli. It does need a good season to bring out the best of the flavour.

  • Spaghetti with lobster in a creamy tomato sauce

    • Janemac on June 19, 2011

      easy, no change to recipe, tasted great, big hit with friends. on my list of favourites.

  • Macaroni cheese with blue cheese and mushrooms

    • wester on August 27, 2011

      There's not much new about this recipe, but it's nice enough.

  • Salt baked pineapple

    • Laurel21 on July 17, 2021

      More than 1 hour in the oven and the pineapple didn't cook and the salt didn't stop at the crust. the flavors of the 5 spices and cloves did not penetrate. A total disappointment and waste.

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  • ISBN 10 1844001164
  • ISBN 13 9781844001163
  • Published May 06 2005
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 192
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Quadrille Publishing

Publishers Text

Gordon Ramsay Easy sees Britain's most celebrated chef moving out of the restaurant and into the home kitchen. Having reached his zenith in the culinary establishment, Gordon is now focusing on making his food accessible to a wider audience. This book features dishes which have all the hallmarks of Gordon's cooking - the best ingredients, great taste combinations, superb culinary skill - but the overall feel is more informal and the emphasis is on ease of preparation and simple techniques. Arranged around actual meals - Breakfast & Brunch, Great Fast Food, Family Lunches and Posh Dinners, Summer Bar-B-Qs and Cooking for Crowds, Bellinis & Blinis and Romantic Dinners for Two, High Teas and Midnight Feasts - each chapter contains 6-10 recipes either arranged as a selection or as menus. In addition, each chapter features a classic dish - such as an omelette, risotto, souffle, sauce or style of pastry - which Gordon demonstrates in close-up step-by-step photographic detail. The end result is therefore a great selection of dishes and an invaluable culinary handbook. Glorious photographs, 100 sophisticated but effortless recipes, and smart graphic design will make this book a must for all Gordon Ramsay's fans.

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