Gordon Ramsay’s Top 5 Pork Recipes
Gordon Ramsay’s Top 5 Pork Recipes is an easy read with great recipes that are healthy, economical and delicious. Gordon Ramsay introduces his top five pork recipes with tasty side dishes. He claims to have sampled over 500 different recipes from all across the globe. #Gordon Ramsay’s #cooking Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Fitness Food/ Nutrition, Healthy, Lean and Flexible
The recipes in Gordon Ramsay’s Top 5 Pork Recipes include fingerling potatoes, kettle chips, pea soup, beef with broccoli, beef with potato salad and beef stew with chorizo. There is also a dessert recipe called “Cake” which is made with cake mix and lemon zest. I found one interesting one called “Butterfly Caviar” which I am not sure what it is. The recipes are varied and the serving sizes are large for two or three people. The recipes have a strong British influence, but also contain ingredients from other countries.
These are top 5 pork recipes according to Gordon Ramsay from his book “The Ultimate Book of Eating Well”. From the description, it appears that this cookbook was written to be followed closely. He even includes a Permalink reply. So if you want to follow his recipes, this is a good place to start.
The first recipe in the book is “Bread & butter.” This recipe has a delicious combination of white bread and butter. I love white bread so this was a really good choice. The second recipe is called “Butter Tease.” This has a wonderful combination of butters and bacon that is absolutely delicious.
The third recipe is called “Seared Ham and Pea Slaw.” This is a really good choice if you are looking for a traditional style pork dish. On this page there are pictures of ham and a white fish. I like white fish but it is not listed. It is interesting to see all the ingredients and cooking methods listed on the page.
There is a Permalink page for the recipe on this page as well
Here is a link for more information about that recipe. Then there is a link to the recipe on the actual page. You can order the book wherever you want and the book comes with a nine week menu.
There are many recipes for pork that are not on the Top 5 Page. For example, the recipe for beer balls has some ingredients that do not appear on the top menu. The descriptions do not give any recipes but they are listed on the Permalink. It would be interesting to try these recipes and see what we can find.
I think we can agree that the original BBQ chicken was the best. I like the new variations on that theme. The recipes are plentiful and not just one version. There is a lot of variety. If you make your own Top 5 List, you can also add your own notes and information to the comments. That makes this a very interactive book.
One recipe in particular caught my eye. It called for boneless, skinless turkey breasts, but the comment suggested that this was not a good recipe. Apparently someone read the instructions wrong. Instead of using skinless, the recipe called for boneless, skinless turkey breasts. Apparently, turkey breasts are too fatty.
The recipes themselves vary greatly. They sometimes call for various other ingredients. They all have their own way of cooking and their own way of being served. So it is really difficult to rank them.
I sampled several recipes, including the famous Beer Balls. They were excellent
The sauce was rich, the meat moist and flavorful. I think if I had made my own Beer Balls, they would have been even better. In any case, they are certainly better than what you can get at the bar.
If you have a chance, do check out the Internet. There are many different websites that have good pork recipes, as well as the actual restaurants where they serve them. This will save you time and money, and you will probably be able to find the exact ingredient that you are looking for. And since most restaurants only use name brand names, they won’t have the ingredient that you want.