Gordon Ramsay tried his hand at grating coconut by foot.
India is a treasure trove of recipes, with traditions and cooking methods varying across each region. Thousands of books and memoirs attempt to curate the vast Indian cuisine, but very few of them would be completely exhaustive. There are so many different methods that Indian cooks use to make the same dish, that it is extremely hard to keep track. Celebrity Chef Gordon Ramsay has been travelling across India for a new television show. On his journey, discovered a new way of grating coconut – with his feet!
The video was shared by National Geographic channel, India on Twitter. The eighty-second clip begins with Gordon Ramsay savouring some spicy Indian food which instantly sets him off coughing. To mellow down the heat factor in the dish, the cook suggests adding a little bit of coconut into the dish. However, the interesting part was how she grated the coconut – with an appliance operated by foot.
She invited Ramsay to try his hand (or should we say, feet) at it. He took some time to come to terms with the task which the cook had made to look so effortless! Gordon Ramsay hilariously called it, “The most awkward yoga pose ever,” while the onlookers watched his struggle amid laughs. Ramsay later switched to the sitting position to grate the coconut using the appliance, finally succeeding in his endeavours. Take a look at the video:
While travelling across India, @GordonRamsay discovers the art of tempering spicy flavours. Join him on a journey filled with culinary inspirations on Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted, today at 5 PM, on National Geographic. #NatGeoAdventurepic.twitter.com/Ug6VbCr4sV
— Nat Geo India (@NatGeoIndia) November 28, 2020
Apart from his televised appearances, Michelin star chef Gordon Ramsay will be launching a new restaurant in the iconic Harrods store in London. The restaurant named ‘Gordon Ramsay Burgers’ will be launching on the 4th of December and will be the 36th restaurant in his portfolio. Chef Ramsay is known for his quick wit and sarcasm, and his reaction videos to various recipes often go viral on social media. He enjoys a huge fan following of 7.4 million on Twitter.
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