• Home
  • News
  • Entertainment
  • LAD Originals

U OK M8?
Free To Be
Citizen Reef

To make sure you never miss out on your favourite NEW stories, we're happy to send you some reminders

Click 'OK' then 'Allow' to enable notifications

Not now

Gordon Ramsay absolutely roasted over St Patricks Day ‘nacho’ video

Rhiannon Ingle

| Last updated 

Gordon Ramsay absolutely roasted over St Patricks Day ‘nacho’ video

Famous British chef, Gordon Ramsay, 56, is getting absolutely roasted for his St Patricks Day cooking video posted this afternoon (17 March).

The Hell's Kitchen star has come under fire over his 'nacho' video, which has since sent the internet into a complete frenzy.

Clearly, viewers found the dish far from the 'perfect indulgence', as Ramsay dubbed it as. Check out the controversial video here:



Taking to Twitter this afternoon, Gordon Ramsay shared with his seven millions followers a recipe that they could create as part of the nation's St. Patricks Day festivities.

The Kitchen Nightmares star captioned the short clip: "The perfect indulgence this St. Patricks Day."

The video in question begins with Ramsay chopping up a cabbage before popping some butter, onions and salt in a hot pan.

Stewing the onion mix until caramelised, Ramsay then starts dicing up some tomatoes.


All good so far, it seems.

The TV chef then slices and de-seeds a chilli pepper and a healthy smattering of jalapenos.

Next, he finely chops some spring onions and whacks everything together in a bowl - salsa complete.

Ramsay has sparked outrage online following his 'nacho' video. Credit: Twitter/@GordonRamsay
Ramsay has sparked outrage online following his 'nacho' video. Credit: Twitter/@GordonRamsay

Back to the pan now and Ramsay combines butter, flour, mustard, cream and some seasoning to produce a beige-brown slurry.

This is where things take a turn and 'trust the process' no longer applies.

He then pours the paste-like liquid over some waffle fries and garnishes the dish with the salsa.

If you were wondering where the raw sliced cabbage comes into any of this - it's now - used as a topping on the now-chaotic spread.


Ramsay sprinkles some 'corned beef' over the lot, alongside the caramelised onions, and douses the whole thing in that beige sauce again. Let's just say it did not look appetising.

Concluding the tweet, Ramsay added: "Turning your Corned Beef into 'Nachos'!"

He added that the platter was also 'perfect for the weekend'.

Ramsay's 'Corned Beef Nachos'. Credit: Twitter/@GordonRamsay
Ramsay's 'Corned Beef Nachos'. Credit: Twitter/@GordonRamsay

It's clear that the internet wasn't having one bit of it.

The short clip has since been viewed nearly 20,000 times since it was posted this afternoon and has since received an avalanche of comments from some very unhappy viewers.

One Twitter user said that the meal was 'honestly insulting to Nachos'.

"Looks horrendous," commented a second, clearly voicing what many of us were thinking.

A third person, clearly disappointed by the whole ordeal added: "What the f*** Gordon you're better than this."

Pointing out the very obvious lack of tortilla chips in the supposed 'nacho' recipe, a fourth wrote: "Gordon those are french fries."

A final quite simply could not believe their eyes, hoping that the corned beef chaos was just one big joke for the upcoming April Fools celebrations.

They wrote: "Pulled the trigger on this post a little early. April 1st is still a couple weeks away."

Well, it's definitely a change from Ramsay's regular Michelin-star scran.

Featured Image Credit: PA Images / Alamy Stock Photo / gordonramsay/twitter

Topics: Celebrity, Food And Drink, Gordon Ramsay, Ireland, Twitter

Rhiannon Ingle
More like this

Chosen for YouChosen for You


Boris Johnson quits as an MP

7 hours ago

Most Read StoriesMost Read

Man mauled to death and eaten by shark off Egyptian tourist resort

18 hours ago