Brooklyn Beckham gets roasted in the latest “raw” beef tutorial
Brooklyn Beckham got really roasted as he put his spin on a traditional “Michelin-style” Sunday lunch.
The aspiring chef, 23, uploaded his latest video tutorial to Instagram on Wednesday, which is accompanied by former Michelin chef Kevin Lee.
But when he presented the step-by-step instructions, Brooklyn’s fans were amazed at the sheer amount of butter and oil that went into the meal, with some saying the meat was far too raw as he proudly served it.
Roast dinner: Brooklyn Beckham really got a roast as he gave his spin at a traditional ‘Michelin-style’ Sunday lunch.
Brooklyn began by brushing the huge roast with two knobs of butter, garlic and herbs before putting it in the oven.
Next came the potatoes, coated in oil and beef fat to make them ‘really crispy’ and loads of Yorkshire puddings piled with oil in the middle.
Again, when cooking carrots, the pair turned to butter and mixed it with carrot juice to create a glaze over the veggies.
“It looks raw!”: The aspiring chef, 23, uploaded his latest video tutorial to Instagram on Wednesday, which is accompanied by former Michelin chef Kevin Lee
Huge joint: But when he presented the step-by-step guide, Brooklyn fans were stunned by the sheer amount of butter and oil that went into the meal
After taking a bite, Brooklyn said, “Just like England. The best Sunday roast.’
But it seems some of his followers disagreed.
One wrote, “I don’t think I would eat meat like that,” while another follower added, “I might as well bite the cow while she’s grazing.”
A third chimed: “Kind of rare,” while others felt offended by the sheer amount of butter used in the meal.
One follower joked: “Heart attack on a plate,” while another added: “Way too much oil.”
However, others liked the look, with one writing: “Incredible!!! Share the recipe.’
‘So much fat!’ After taking a bite, Brooklyn said, “Just like England. The best Sunday roast.’ But it seems some of his followers disagreed
Searing: Brooklyn began by brushing the giant roast with two knobs of butter, garlic and herbs before putting it in the oven
Brooklyn has mostly been cooking for Instagram videos in recent years while sharing basic tips on dishes like burgers and sandwiches with his followers.
But he admitted to Bustle in a recent interview, “I’m not a professional chef — not at all.”
“I never said that. I would never say that. Obviously my father [retired footballer David Beckham] knew what he was doing from a young age. I’ve only been cooking for less than three years.”
Brooklyn stressed, “It’s okay to be 25, 26, even 30 and not yet know what you’re doing. You know what I mean?’
In December, Brooklyn treated fans to yet another cooking tutorial — but he stuck to cooking a pot of plain spaghetti after whipping up a salad.
In the video, the seared tuna steak with black and white sesame seeds and a lemon egg glaze.
For his salad, he sliced cucumbers and mixed them with radishes and plenty of dressing.
Brooklyn appears to have gained a fan in the form of Serena Williams, as the tennis player commented on his post and asked, “Can I come over?”
Brooklyn recently starred in his own online series, Cookin’ With Brooklyn, in which he hired a crew of 62 for the eye-watering price of $100,000 to film him making a sandwich.
In one of the eight-minute episodes, Brooklyn, who has no formal training as a chef, shows his Instagram and Facebook followers how to make a bagel sandwich with hash browns, coleslaw and fried sea bream.
Oily: Next came the potatoes, which were coated in oil and beef fat to make them “really crispy.”
According to the New York Post, the video had a team of professionals on hand, including a “culinary producer” who approves the recipes, five cinematographers and nine other producers.
In the sandwich video, Brooklyn simply spread mayonnaise on the bagel and layered the ingredients on top.
He didn’t know how to fry fish and was also asked how you know when a hash brown is done cooking.
In the video, he said, “I eat half the fish and then I like, screw it up and put it in two loaves of bread with fish, vinegar, salt, mushy peas.”
Serve: Again, when cooking carrots, the couple turned to butter and mixed it with carrot juice to create a glaze over the veggies
Proud: Brooklyn loved how his Yorkshire puddings turned out
Cook: In December, Brooklyn gave fans another cooking tutorial — but he stuck to cooking a pot of plain spaghetti after whipping up a salad
Speaking to the camera, he added, “Coleslaw gives a different texture to sandwiches, like a crunchy texture.”
Just a few weeks later, Brooklyn whipped up a humble fish-and-chip sandwich.
While he previously needed help frying a hash brown, the son of David and Victoria Beckham proved he’d picked up more potato know-how when he started slicing up some potatoes and frying them in oil to make fresh hot fries to prepare.
He then salted the fries before making his own batter for two small fresh fish fillets, which he cooked in a pan.
Brooklyn then carefully placed the crumbled fish fillets on fresh bread, layered them on the fries and finished with the sauce before slicing the sandwich in half.
Doubtful: Brooklyn has mostly been cooking for Instagram videos in recent years as he shares basic tips on dishes like burgers and sandwiches with his followers
Looks good! Brooklyn also whipped up a modest fish-and-chip sandwich for its online fans
Brooklyn was also slated for another televised cooking stunt — making a simple breakfast sandwich during a food segment on the Today Show.
The aspiring photographer appeared on the US show and shared his “recipe” for an English breakfast sandwich, a dish he “taught from his great-grandmother.”
He explained that he developed a passion for cooking during lockdown, during which he started posting videos of himself conjuring up various dishes on Instagram, and then hosts Hoda Kotb and Carson Daly through his sandwich-making process led.
Culinary genius? Brooklyn’s new career path has previously been met with raised eyebrows, with his Today Show segment being mocked by viewers when it aired in October
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