Gordon Ramsay Roasted A Cucumber Wellington On TikTok

In a sense, it is both an honor and a privilege to be roasted by Gordon Ramsay himself. His attitude is what he’s best known for, and when you get his attention on Twitter or TikTok, he often reacts just like he would on one of his cooking contest shows. When he’s not dancing with his daughter on the TikTok platform, he’s toasting other users on their cooking adventures like he did with a “Wellington Cucumber” a few days ago.

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Real fans of Gordon know that his Beef Wellington is one of his most famous dishes. His recipe involves a long process of making a beautifully cooked meat with a wonderfully jagged puff pastry so he definitely knows what he is talking about when it comes to the dish. Gordon also often shows dissatisfaction with plant-based versions of famous dishes, so it’s no surprise that this Wellington cucumber didn’t go over very well with the chef.

The original post featured a chef making a cucumber with a mushroom paste and lettuce leaves from what appeared to be an entirely raw cucumber. Now I’m not a Wellington expert, but I would think a completely raw cucumber would dilute the dish and turn it into a pile of mush after cooking.

Gordon of course had no kind words to say and after looking horrified and yelling “WHAT ?!” During the short video, he told the original poster on camera what he was really feeling. “How do you insult Wellington ?! Oh kid, you have to go back to the vegan teacher’s classroom, you donut!”

Gordon is nothing if not consistent and as long as I’m not on the receiving end of his anger it makes me laugh!


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Alexis Morillo is the news writer at Delish.com covering the latest food news and viral food trends.

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