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Mushroom, Leek and Tarragon Pasta – Gordon Ramsay

Janice Jameson

March 1, 2015




A simple dish of pasta with a creamy mushroom sauce and fresh garlic bruschetta. Leeks are a fantastic ingredient – cheap and easy to work with and they give a subtle savoury flavour.

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EWNetwork
- 3 Years ago

I love you Gordon.

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Timothy George
- 3 Years ago

you are absolutely amazing… always.
I’d be lost without you… life would be so boring without you ..AMAZING!

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Adam GR
- 3 Years ago

Gordon, what inspired you to cook? 

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Cheung Wailun
- 3 Years ago

So….I am getting more bread than pasta in a pasta course?

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TREV Boarding
- 3 Years ago

What kind of bread was that?

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Tonya Webb
- 3 Years ago

I made this a little over a month ago & it was Deee-LI-CIOUS! The tarragon
really brought out the flavor. Gordon is a genius!

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tombevil
- 3 Years ago

the ingredients should be on the description… :(

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Sim Sam
- 3 Years ago

Does he use a special kind of pan to get the grill marks on the bread?

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Starla Hall
- 3 Years ago

Boil water, slice mushrooms up and down, olive oil, toss with all
ingredients, finely chop fat clove of garlic, center turn of leek and chop
all the leek with mushroom, chicken stock, turn down and add cream, back to
boil, then simmer. Nice texture, lay sheet into sauce. turn off let
thicken. Chop Tarragon, chopping chibatta bread, rub bread with garlic and
olive, and the crust of bread really takes the garlic. 

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Angelo De La Chevalier
- 3 Years ago

i can’t hear, what he did pure in the pan at 1:25?

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spectacularspiderman15
- 3 Years ago

what kind of bread? i sometimes can’t understand his accent sometimes..
also what did he use @ 1:25 ? chicken stock?

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CaptainValian
- 3 Years ago

I want to say thank you to Mr. Ramsay for this recipe. I am currently
unemployed and cannot buy much meat. I had pasta in the cupboard and
mushroom in the fridge, therefore for £1.67 I bought cream and leeks (had
garlic, but couldn’t find Tarragon as small village in Devon) I cooked this
to instructions and it was filling and made me feel wonderful. Thank you.

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mshara1
- 3 Years ago

Fair warning. This is a fairly tasteless dish. Especially considering the
calories,salt and fresh ingredients required.

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Jcey
- 3 Years ago

2:26 When the bottom of the pan squeaked, I shat blood. 

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Michael Howard
- 3 Years ago

I can’t be the only person who looked at their fingers and tried to put one
in front and two behind?

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Gordon Ramsay
- 3 Years ago

This is a simple dish which can be made with ingredients that are easy to
find and cheap to buy. Use any shape of pasta you want, but give lasagne
sheets a go if you can – they are a surprise. Easy everyday food, no
excuses.

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Matthew Ashton
- 3 Years ago

I made this 2 times, and its the best Pasta dish I have ever cooked! I have
to tell you guys that I am a massive fan of Gordon, and I think his recipes
are by far the best! His cooking has never failed in my kitchen, and I have
only had 1 dish that I didn’t like (Beef wellington) but I think that’s
because its a little bit of a acquired taste, but it still turned out
fantastic as others who ate it really enjoyed it.

Mr. Ramsay, out of all the chefs you are buy far the one I trust with
recreating your recipes.

I also want to say that this works brilliant with Egg pasta, as it gives a
nice richness to the already rich sauce. Its got a sweetness and creaminess
and is the fastest sauce to make with so much flavor.

I also made this sauce for a lasagna instead of beshemal I used this and
just reduced it a bit more to make it vary vary thick, no beef meat. 3
layers of sauce and a topping of parmesan and a vary small amount of
pancetta as a garnish one it was cooked it makes a nice thin lasagna and
brilliant with a light salad.

Gordon Ramsay made me like cooking, I now have a interest in something I
never did. Thanks mate.

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TheHellKiwi
- 3 Years ago

Seems very delicious, though considering the cream, how healthy is it
really?

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Rose Ankley
- 3 Years ago

You r my idol I’m 13 and when I’m in Mexico I’m starting to host little
dinner party’s with people and you give me confidence 

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Omari Thompson
- 3 Years ago

That looks like a spoon fulls worth that you put on your plate. It must be
my American tongue, but I’d pour the whole pot on that plate.

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AQWTenzo
- 3 Years ago

chef ramsay your dishes are so good looking i heard you went to culinary
school in paris mind telling me the name cuz i wanna be a chef when i grow
older i always thought of myself bad at everything but i like cooking and i
am really good at it

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Danny Hunter
- 3 Years ago

“Olive oil, for frying
8 chestnut mushrooms, trimmed and sliced
1 garlic clove, peeled and chopped
1 leek, trimmed, quartered and sliced
250ml chicken stock
4–6 lasagne sheets, dried or fresh
100ml double cream
2 tbsp roughly chopped tarragon leaves
Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper
FOR THE GARLIC BRUSCHETTE
2 slices ciabatta bread
Olive oil
1 garlic clove, peeled and halved”

Excerpt From: Ramsay, Gordon. “Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Cookery Course.”
iBooks.
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Cheetxhs Cheetah
- 3 Years ago

I really want to be good at cooking like Gordon but WHY CANT I???

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Gaming Power
- 3 Years ago

This man can make everything loook delish

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TomCook1993
- 3 Years ago

“Add a couple table spoons of cream” …..*Pours in half a gallon of cream*

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