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Gordon Ramsay Slams Laura Whitmore’s Sandwich-Making Skills In Hilarious TikTok

Credit: @gordonramsayofficial/@thewhitmore/TikTok

Gordon Ramsay, who never fails to make us laugh with his reactions to vegan dishes shared on social media, has hit out at TV presenter Laura Whitmore’s sandwich-making skills.

In a recent TikTok clip, the Hell’s Kitchen star shared his response to Whitmore’s crisp butty recipe, which involves using oven-baked crisps, soda bread, and zero butter. 

In the original clip, Whitmore says: “I love a crisp sandwich at lunchtime.

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Gordon Ramsay took to TikTok to roast Laura Whitmore’s crisp sandwich. Credit: @thewhitmore/TikTok

“And it has to be Cheese & Onion Oven Baked as they’re 50 percent less fat.”

Using homemade soda bread, the mum-of-one then showed how she makes the meal. And to Ramsay’s horror, Whitmore revealed that she doesn’t use butter. 

In response, the 54-year-old fumed: “Wait Laura, no butter? No, come on. Crisp after crisp…

“Now that bread looks like a cardboard box. Okay the crunch is there, but there’s no flavour!”

@gordonramsayofficial##duet with @thewhitmore Who puts ##walkerscrisps between two slices of bread ??? It’s like a cardboard sandwich ! ##crispINcrispOUT ##ad♬ original sound – Gordon Ramsay

So far, the clip has been watched a whopping 1.5 million times and many of the viewers said they had to agree with Ramsay.

“No sauce at all… sheesh! Ya donut!” one person commented.

Another added: “Ooof, the level of dry.”

A third stated: “I would never eat that.”

However, not everyone was grossed out by the sandwich and some claimed it wasn’t too bad.

“I would definitely eat that but why did she act like that took any skill to make?” a viewer asked.

A second said: “I love Gordon, but the fact he doesn’t put crisps on his sandwiches really makes me doubt his pallet.”

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