Gordon ramsay nut roast recipes

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Lasan Indian Restaurant  Review - A Birmingham Gem!

Lasan Indian Restaurant Review - A Birmingham Gem!

Winning dish from the semi-finals on Gordon Ramsay’s F Word. Roasted in tandoor then simmered in light tangy tomato, honey and cashew nut makhani sauce
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Christmas turkey and stuffing

Christmas turkey and stuffing

Make the stuffing, melt butter in a large frying pan and gently sauté onion for five minutes until soft
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Momma Cherri's Sweet Potato Pies

Momma Cherri's Sweet Potato Pies

I know her cookbook is not vegetarian, but there are a number of recipes there such as Vegetable Jambalaya, Peppers stuffed with Cornbread and Roast Curried Butternut Squash and many others can easily be vegified (is that a word), I mean made suitable for vegetarians
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Recipe Road Test: Lamb Chops with Pickled Cauliflower

Recipe Road Test: Lamb Chops with Pickled Cauliflower

Her 'day job' is as chef patron and owner of Murano restaurant (which she recently purchased from her mentor's company, Gordon Ramsay Holdings) and as the consultant chef at the Whitechapel Gallery Dining Rooms (which I can vouch for as being a delightful place for Sunday lunch)
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New in the Kitchen

New in the Kitchen

In a recent article for The Times , Gordon Ramsay also puts a dollop of a similar paste atop his vegetable soup
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Petrus, London

Petrus, London

Having visited a couple of Gordon Ramsay's restaurants previously, we debated about whether or not to visit his latest opening but having checked out the reasonably priced lunch menu we decided to give it a try
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Jeera Rice or Cumin Rice

This is another Gordon Ramsay recipe from his book 'Great Escape'If you like Indian food than you have to give this a go
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My guide to improve how we use recipes

into that dish and you’ve disrespected it by thinking you’re Gordon Ramsay.   He went nuts, shouting ‘do you
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Flirting with Hermann, and tired vegetable soup for a tired mummy

I read a bit of Gordon Ramsay dessert book, but somehow I just can't get excited about his stuff - he writes about food too clinically - even though I'm sure it tastes delicious