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Chilli and Spice Whitebait – Gordon Ramsay

Janice Jameson

February 28, 2015




This week I'll show you just how easy it is cook whitebait, done in just under 10 minutes.

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If you liked this clip check out the rest of Gordon's channels:

http://www.youtube.com/gordonramsay
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http://www.youtube.com/thefword



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soupisgoodfood
- 5 Years ago

The whitebait in the UK is very different from whitebait in NZ (tiny and
translucent). Has anyone tried both?

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annie46664
- 5 Years ago

I’ve never heard of whitebait! Are those sardines maybe?
AHHH! I just found the answer via Google:
“Whitebait is a collective term for the immature fry of fish, typically
between 25 and 50 millimetres long. Such young fish often travel together
in schools along the coast, and move into estuaries and sometimes up rivers
where they can be easily caught with fine meshed fishing
nets. Whitebaiting is the activity of catching whitebait.
Whitebait are tender and edible, and can be regarded as a delicacy. The
entire fish is eaten including head, fins, bones, and guts. Some species
make better eating than others, and the particular species that are
marketed as “whitebait” varies in different parts of the world.
As whitebait consists of immature fry of many important food species (such
as herring, sprat, sardines, mackerel, bass and many others) it is not an
ecologicially viable foodstuff and in several countries strict controls on
harvesting exist.”
~Durban~ xox

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lo tah
- 5 Years ago

ça s’appelle comment ces poissons…

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BODIE RICHARDSON
- 5 Years ago

Can’t tell if Gordon Ramsay, or a clever way of making income by branding a
channel…

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aortablue
- 5 Years ago

Soo…anyone gonna try this at home?

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emtom1966
- 5 Years ago

Gordon’s turning into Jamie O
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DAHLicious Wafflez
- 5 Years ago

I will eat this video if I have to >:U

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AustinTalksGames
- 5 Years ago

I don’t like cooking at all, but watching Gordon cook is the equivalent of
those science shows we saw in school as kids. Not relatable, but somehow
immensely enjoyable.

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M'lady *tip*
- 5 Years ago

Bones?

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Yarcofin
- 5 Years ago

Do…. do you eat the bones… and heads?

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ihave7sacks
- 5 Years ago

So who’s the guy in these videos?

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realnarutoboy
- 5 Years ago

British people are terrible cooks and have the worst palettes in human
history.

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CrazyBadCuber
- 5 Years ago

I think I’m way too Canadian, or white, or something like that to think
this is appetizing. Not sure what it is that’s preventing me from thinking
this is good but… nasty.

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Gordon Ramsay
- 5 Years ago

Check out this delicious Chilli & Whitebait recipe, cooked in under 10
minutes.

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Nick Ronaldo
- 5 Years ago

Mm mm looks delicious with a cold beer

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Adrian Garcia
- 5 Years ago

Man, I wish I knew how to cook…..

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Mr Music
- 5 Years ago

Please actually make the food yourself Gordon.

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Marscall
- 5 Years ago

The man cooking is not Gordon, nor is his kitchen. He was just told to
narrate some recipes. He’ll surely be back cooking, but who knows if it’s
even profitable for him…

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Grimmig
- 5 Years ago

I am glad that you featured this dish, Chef/Mr. Ramsay. In my country of
origin, the Philippines (Southeast Asia), we call “Whitebait” (as) “Dilis”,
both made similar to your style and also dehydrated and sold in jars as
handy snacks; both versions in the Philippines were/are very addictive
(since I am going back to eating more vegetables and fruits again, but I
used to get these as a rare treat or rare dish that I only get them once in
6 years or so, and each time, I was so addicted to them that I would have
the entire dish, haha). They are naturally salty. :)

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blackangeldean
- 5 Years ago

Gr8 b8 m8 i r8 8/8

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Kym Wheare
- 5 Years ago

By the way Gordon you have been my inspiration for sooo long and have
taught me how to cook so THANKS A MILLION coz I couldn’t just live on
takeaway !!!!! :-)

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RODO SW
- 5 Years ago

Gordon the best

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Kym Wheare
- 5 Years ago

Thought white bait was for fishing……Are these the same white bait as
that please ??!

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FizzlNet
- 5 Years ago

What is this now? Gordon Adlib? The terse instructions were boringly
generic already, but now the only thing we *see* is pans and pots. Not even
Gordon.

Unsubbed, you donkeys.

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PiromancerFreak
- 5 Years ago

Why are these videos so zoomed up now? is that not actually Gordon cooking
that or something?

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