Top Rated Gordon Ramsay Recipes

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CamKayNic
I saw this on Kitchen Nightmares and had to find the recipe. I have added corn to this before just because it has been in our other recipes. All in all it is very good and is something that has been a hit in our family.
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joiekc
Gordon Ramsay Chocolate mousse from Channel 4 cook-along
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Perfect Pixie
I saw these on the F word and we have the book they looked so good i had to post them
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Noo
A gooey, decadent dessert-a hot pudding with a molten middle-irresistible! This is perfect for entertaining, as it can be made way ahead of time. They will sit happily in the fridge overnight, or in the freezer for up to a month (baking from frozen, add 5 minutes extra onto cooking time). I strongly advise you to make some extras as an 'insurance policy’ to allow for any errors. I can assure you that they won't go to waste if all goes to plan. Once you have mastered this recipe, feel free to experiment with flavourings-add Baileys, Cointreau or finely grated orange zest to the chocolate—the possibilities are endless! Try serving it with recipe #353546. Gordon claims that this is the best selling dessert in his restaurants!
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mamaDlicious
Meatball from F word Kitchen Challenge
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chefRD
I found this on a blog on the internet site I can do that. This is a recipe that author "Oggi" adapted from Gordon Ramsay's show "Kitchen Nightmares" where he tried to save the restaurant. This recipe ended up being the signature dish of the restaurant.
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English_Rose
Filled with ricotta, these sage and Parma ham-wrapped chicken breasts are just too tasty! Serve with steamed greens and light mashed potatoes or a zesty couscous. Time does not include chilling.
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Karen in MA (formerly OC)
from Live with Regis & Kelly
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Nif
The Yorkshire pudding mix can be made two or three days before and kept in the fridge. Be sure to make the baking tray piping hot, says Mr. Ramsay, so that when the cold batter hits, the puddings will puff up. Once ladled into the tray, sprinkle with coarse salt, and then once in the oven, leave the door closed. "Treat it like a soufflé." Try this with a roast and gravy but they are so good that you can have them with anything! I included the minimum amount of resting time in the prep time and the time for the stove to heat up before cooking in the cooking time. Enjoy!
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JustEmma
There's eggs and then there's eggs. This recipe comes from world famous chef, Gordon Ramsey. The first time I made this I realised what scambled eggs could be!
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Noo
I saw the famously foul-mouthed chef do this on a live TV cook-a-long. It’s an easy curry to prepare, and big on flavour.
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Erin101378
This is Gordon Ramsey's version of Beef Wellington....It is an amazing dish...perfect for an elegant dinner party, or perhaps a sophisticated holiday feast! I had to fiddle around with the measurements and temps b/c they were in grams, mils, celsius...etc. This version also is without the pate....I think that's why I decided to give it a whirl!!! Enjoy! :-) Tips: Trim carefully. Lower the chances of the edges separating by giving yourself lots of room - and don't trim the pastry too close to the meat. Keep it air-free. Drape over the top layer of pastry very carefully, smoothing it down with your hands as you go. You don't want any air trapped between the pastry and the meat. Use up leftover pastry. Any leftover pastry is fine to use for something else, even if covered in egg. Simply roll it into a ball and refrigerate until needed. Brush the meat as well as the pastry with egg wash. This will make the top layer of pastry stick to the meat and stop it from rising and leaving a g
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