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Mastering Ingredients: Vegetables & Herbs

Gordon Ramsay

Lesson time 16:42 min

Do ugly vegetables taste better? Which are the most versatile herbs? Gordon shows you how to select great produce to create phenomenal dishes.

Gordon Ramsay
Teaches Cooking I
Take your cooking to the next level in Gordon’s first MasterClass on essential methods, ingredients, and recipes.
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This is Gordon Ramsay like you've never experienced. The seven-star Michelin chef takes you into his home kitchen to learn everything from kitchen setup and buying the freshest ingredients to constructing unforgettable dishes. In this MasterClass, you're not just learning recipes, you're learning how to take your cooking to the next level.


Students give MasterClass an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars.

Gordon Ramsay is incredible. I initially started this class to just watch him but now I'm so confident in the kitchen! I never considered that I could be a good cook, but between his lesson and the accompanying workbook, I feel like I have it in me to be a great home cook.

I love Gordon as a cook and seeing his meals how to cook them is stunning for me. I can now make a few good dishes. I like the way the producers and editors edit it.

A bit different than the other master class of his, but still very informative and makes the cooking of these recipes easy.

I have learned a lot of valuable techniques. I will watch the class again and try to replicate what I saw.


Kara R.

I'm so glad this isn't one of his Youtube videos. Otherwise is would be like this. Name of herb. Ramsay: "Plant, grow, chop, done." This is so helpful because my Mom has a garden. Thanks so much!

Ken A.

Basically Gordon playing with vegetables for 15 minutes. What is the point of this???


I have Pomme Puree' in the workbook, and there are others who have watched Pomme Puree' in this section. Why was it taken out?


This was really useful, thank you. But there's some other vegetables and herbs I want to know more about. Onions, lettuce, spinach, other kinds of beans, cucumbers, etc. And also oregano, basil, bay leaves, chives, etc. I just feel like this video is incomplete. Maybe a part 2 on this would be good?

Diana M.

He is amazing!!! I think that I am seeing certain ingredients a lot different than ever before. I finally bought different carrots and grilled them. I just washed the carrot and grilled in a pan. WOW!!

Jenna J.

Loved the enthusiasm! Would love to actually see him chop and mince the herbs to get an idea of how to cut them without bruising them. Also, would love short spinets of video of him cooking with each of the vegetables to watch him handle them- ie how to know when they are done cooking to not overcook, which are best to cook over stove, or bake in oven ( I am sure there will be some references in the other videos he makes) but having it all in one video to review over and over again would be helpful.

Hunter B.

So what I'm learning from this is that you need to love your food even before you cook or eat it!

A fellow student

Some of the links from the workbook are not working. i.e pg8 "Use this guide" to plan what vegetables gives a 404 because the outside resource has removed or moved the page.

A fellow student

He describes food like out of a Robert Frost poem. You can actually smell the herbs!


I love how he lit up rhapsodizing about vegetables, fresh herbs and preparing food. I will now feel ok about not peeling small root vegetables and leaving their roots attached, further reinforced in the chicken supreme lesson.