Spicy Sausage Rice by Gordon Ramsay

  • Published on: 29 July 2018
  • Gordon demonstrates how to cook this simple rice dish.

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COMMENTS: 40

  • Minju Lee
    Minju Lee   1 days ago

    What stock did you put in? or is it water

  • Ian Dundas-Collins
    Ian Dundas-Collins   2 days ago

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  • Hector Gembe
    Hector Gembe   2 days ago

    Can someone list the ingredients? With the amounts each.

  • Pranav Menon
    Pranav Menon   3 days ago

    Did I just see him cook a bunch of wieners......

  • Izik Hoffman
    Izik Hoffman   4 days ago

    This is the best I made it last night and I loved every little bit

  • aegiDius Mr. Chef
    aegiDius Mr. Chef   6 days ago

    haha oh boy, did "Gordon Ramsey" Really chop a red bell-peber like that? :D wft is wrong with gifted chefs today, first cut the top - then cut the bottom - now u slice the bell peber in the middel, carve out the inside by rolling it.. and done u now have 100% peber instead of the 90% like ramsey ;)! shame on u chef.. shame on u .. btw. keep it up

  • Ryan Vernon
    Ryan Vernon   1 weeks ago

    That rice looks so undercooked. RIP to your teeth. Come on Gordon..

  • Emil Terman
    Emil Terman   1 weeks ago

    he adds a teaspoon of some red spice, what's that?

  • Aquila thebee
    Aquila thebee   1 weeks ago

    If you are not closing the pan with a lid, the rice will be half cooked.

  • 세상은살만하다

    너무 맛있어 보인다....영어는 무슨 소린지 1도 모르겠지만 영상을 계속 보게되네ㄷ

  • Jesse Mosgrove
    Jesse Mosgrove   1 weeks ago

    Gordon can i meet you I subscribed to your channel

  • J W
    J W   2 weeks ago

    Jesus Ramsey!!! You're taking too long with the garlic... what's the gawd damn issue!!!

  • nate120
    nate120   2 weeks ago

    Gordon, you should do an episode on hot ones with Sean Evans!!http://www.youtube.com/user/FirstWeFeast

  • Bab
    Bab   2 weeks ago

    Spicy sosig rice

  • MrKunt
    MrKunt   3 weeks ago

    2:20 -"Ricin". Fuck, I know Gordon is a hard man, but I didn't think he was a fucking sadist.

  • Winston Smith
    Winston Smith   3 weeks ago

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Illness, lack of exercise and genetic manipulation that causesthem to grow faster than normal leads to lameness, arthritis andother limb conditions that may incapacitate the animals and causedeath. To keep the pigs alive they are fed massive amounts ofantibiotics.  The average pig in the wild can live for approximately nine tofifteen years but factory farmed pigs are slaughtered at justsix months of age. Many of the sickly and distraught animals do notsurvive the drive to the slaughterhouse. TransportationTo get the terrified pigs on to the vehicles for transport theanimals may be hit on their highly sensitive noses or prodded withelectric rods. There is no law regulating the maximum voltage usable.The animals are then packed so tightly into the vehicles that asone former transporter observed, their intestines are actually forcedout of their anus'. Millions of pigs die in transport each year. The pigs may be movedover long distances for three days or more. During transport, thepigs usually are not provided with food or water. Traveling through extreme climatic conditions from burning hot tofreezing cold, pigs have been found frozen to the sides of thevehicle. These animals are then just left to die as they can not besold for meat. Workers then drag and kick the remaining pigs toremove them from the truck.The cruelty of slaughterThe first step in the slaughtering process is stunning theanimals, the three main methods used are (1) poisoning withcarbon dioxide, which slowly chokes them to a torturing death; (2)the use of a captive bolt gun shot into the pigs’ head, which oftenneeds to be repeated as the brain lies deep in the pig’s head andso it is hard to induce unconsciousness; (3) electric shock usingshock paddles placed on the head, which is also not effective. These methods are limited in their efficiency and as the averageslaughterhouse processes approximately 1,000 animals per hour thisoften means that the animals are fully conscious when they are hungup by their feet and cut open with a knife to drain away their blood.Some pigs are still conscious when they are submerged in scaldinghot water to loosen their skin and remove their hair. They areessentially boiled alive! Every year 1.3 billion pigs around the world face this fate.Watch Land of Hope and Glory on You Tube

  • Aaron Yu
    Aaron Yu   3 weeks ago

    Now I wonder... You can eat this by itself, but what others dishes and items would go well with it? If it were up to me, I'd just add an egg or two on top and pack it up for lunch, but that's me.

  • whits water
    whits water   1 months ago

    GORDON!!! I JUST MADE THE MOST AMAZING RICE AND SAUSAGE, THANKS TO YOU!

  • The Sadman
    The Sadman   1 months ago

    LOL, we all know if Gordon was served that in a restaurant, visually atleast he would call it a dogs vomit

  • Adam Mackie
    Adam Mackie   1 months ago

    DID GORDON RAMSAY ACTUALLY FORGET TO "SEASON BEAUTIFULLY"!?!?

  • Amr D
    Amr D   1 months ago

    Yuck, gooeeyyy rice ewwww. Westerns do have weird taste.

  • FFFANATIC
    FFFANATIC   1 months ago

    I made this and let it simmer for 12 minutes and some bits of the rice are fucking RAW

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