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How to Make Margherita Pizza at Home – Gordon Ramsay

Janice Jameson

March 8, 2015




This is a very quick at-home recipe for making Margherita pizza – using rosemary instead of basil for a twist on the classic. This recipe takes you right from dough to topping. Cook it in a frying pan to recreate the searing heat of a pizza oven at home.

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Joel White
- 5 Years ago

The black spot looks like a dead rat.

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Hazel Hyfire
- 5 Years ago

this video sucked. camera was way to close. i couldnt even follow along.
the pizza looks like shit anyway

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Ray Ramos
- 5 Years ago

what are the mix ingredients anyone please answer me?

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Nikolas Stanley
- 5 Years ago

What is this monstrosity…

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Thomas R
- 5 Years ago

I’m offensive and I find this italian.

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HardJob1000
- 5 Years ago

Here we go again. Italians always complaining a dish wasn’t made according
to the original recipe. Great chefs are creative, original and always want
something different. They won’t cook every dish according to your
grandmother. 

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Josh Miller
- 5 Years ago

I realize this method of cooking is anything but traditional, which I’m
usually against, but in the case of pizza, its impossible to cook really
exceptional pizza at home without a wood fired oven. I think this method
is a realistic way to cook very good pizza at home, certainly better than
99% of the pizza at pizzerias in the US, with their overcooked, over
salted, over seasoned “marinara,” and shredded “mozzarella” from cysco.
This is why I love Gordon Ramsay

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Kevin Sera
- 5 Years ago

Isn’t he nice when he’s not talking to anybody ?

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Bush Wacker
- 5 Years ago

Well to be HONEST i like Rosemary in bread on pizza or rosemary on my cock
but then i am not a garlic spitting in the face woppo.

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Amazing Blaze
- 5 Years ago

so just 7 ingredients… quite surprising

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David Gunning
- 5 Years ago

How to Make Margherita Pizza at Home – Gordon Ramsay:
http://youtu.be/vcfNpDtVqOw

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AtomGaming
- 5 Years ago

Finish with rosemary… Da fuck did u just do gordon u lil fag

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Algonquin81
- 5 Years ago

Do Italians realize that just because they cook food a certain way doesn’t
mean everyone in Italy does too. Every food video is the same, Italians
come commenting how this isn’t “the real Italian” way and usually reference
the way their grandma or mom cooked it. Do Italians realize how stuck up
and insecure they make themselves look when they get all upset over
something that will just be shit out into a toilet anyways?

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Samuel PonyRider
- 5 Years ago

I’m Italian, worked in Pizzeria, graduated as Commis Chef… i got 21 years
old and i eat pizza home made almost evryday… NEVER SEEN IN ALL MY LIFE
ROSEMARY ON PIZZA… You “Chef” should use Basil instead of Rosemary

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Zelnyair
- 5 Years ago

I like to think that a margherita pizza represents Italy and its flag
because:

Basil for green
Mozzarella for white
Tomatoes for red

…And the base is the cloth background upon which all the colours of the
flag are applied :3

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Neneng Legaspi
- 5 Years ago

Hi… Sir, how make perfect pizza dough?


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Noel Ramos
- 5 Years ago

When he added the mozzarella chunks I jizzed.

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PinkSpiderWeRX
- 5 Years ago

I-I-I-I can’t stop watching these stuff… I’M TRYING TO DO MY ESSAY ;-;

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Chris10B
- 5 Years ago

so where should i go for the actual amounts and times?

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Bruce Lee
- 5 Years ago

This isn’t real Italian my grandma makes it way better true Italian style
straight from Venice 

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Lorenzo Ciani
- 5 Years ago

ROSEMARY ON MARGHERITA PIZZA. !??! Gordon WTF !!??

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moellernr1
- 5 Years ago

Its food, not the holy grail. But since there are many who believe so, lets
just be clear: pizza was not invented by Italians! As almost everything
else, its origin was in Mesopotamia/Middle East/Egypt. the modern versions
of pizzas are usually associated with Napoli and Rafaelle Esposito.
However, the ingredients were many. It was usually leftover ingredients, on
bread baked in the oven. Whatever you may like today, there is no such
thing as an original pizza. Food is changing all the time. See for instance
Paul Hofmanns book, That Fine Italian Hand (p. 32) for reference and
history of pizza. If you wanna know about the ‘pizza margherita’, read
about Margherita of Savoy…
And by the way, having made this pizza, I can tell you it’s as delicious as
it looks in this video :-)

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tSp289
- 5 Years ago

The camerawork makes me feel drunk, and not in a good way.

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luca deluca
- 5 Years ago

il rosmarino sulla margherita , ma stiamo scherzando ??? pomodoro
,mozzarella ,basilico , ed olio d oliva a crudo basta non serve altro.
il rosmarino mettilo nell arrosto

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Raizada R
- 5 Years ago

You’d figure that after travelling the entire world learning how to cook
and after receiving 14 Michelin Stars, people would trust him to cook his
own recipes, but alas. Everyone’s a critic.

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