Gordon Ramsay shared a new burger recipe, but fans think it's way too big to eat
- Gordon Ramsay shared a new burger recipe for the long weekend, but his followers aren't impressed.
- Many commented on how large the burger was, with one fan saying: "It's too bloody big."
- Ramsay's burger includes three cuts of beef, apple butter, molasses, and Camembert cheese.
Gordon Ramsay shared a new burger recipe for the holiday weekend, but many of his fans are less than impressed with the dish.
Ramsay posted an Instagram video of his onion tatin apple-butter basted burger with melted Camembert on Friday, calling it the "perfect burger recipe for the long weekend."
"Apple-butter basted and a bun too, wow...this recipe is it!" his caption read.
But many of Ramsay's followers were too distracted by the size of the burger to notice any of the ingredients.
"Is that a delicious way to dislocate your jaw?" one quipped.
"It's too bloody big, Gordon!" another added.
"That's not a burger, it's a softball-sized meatloaf," one follower wrote. "What's wrong with a simple patty, salt and pepper, thrown on the grill like dad used to make?"
Other commenters pointed out that Ramsay has critiqued large burgers in the past, and seemed to be going against his own advice.
"I've seen you laugh at restaurants because of extremely large burgers," one commenter wrote. "Now you make this monstrosity."
"Not for nothing but didn't you complain about burgers being too big to fit in your mouth on an episode of 'Hell's Kitchen'? Then you make this monster? @gordongram come on man," another added.
Ramsay's burger features a lengthy ingredient list and a pretty complex cooking process.
The "MasterChef" star makes his own onion tatin buns, which include hard apple cider, molasses, red onion, puff pastry, and a Pink Lady apple.
Meanwhile, Ramsay's burger blend features three different cuts of beef (short rib, chuck, and sirloin), along with apple butter and Camembert cheese.
There are also nine steps in the recipe, including making the caramel for the onion tatin buns, rolling out and cutting the pastry sheet, forming the burger patties, and building the dish at the very end.
But this isn't the first time Ramsay has been roasted by his own followers.
Fans claimed that the Michelin-starred chef's gravy was far too thin when Ramsay showed them how to make his turkey wellington dish.
They also criticized Ramsay for serving a $106 burger at one of his London restaurants, which didn't come with fries.
Representatives for Ramsay did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
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