Beat The Chef: Ultimate Steak Battle

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AD | Can a steak-loving amateur cook beat a professional chef at cooking the perfect steak? Under any normal circumstances, the answer would most likely be ‘no’... But we have something up our sleeves, a visit to Steak School to learn from an expert!!
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Jonathan Bishop
Jonathan Bishop 2 days ago
How to treat the meat when it comes through the back door...
slytown 5 days ago
Ribeye cooked to medium in a cast iron, cote de boeuf.
Loz O’Doz
Loz O’Doz 5 days ago
I’ve always been confused as to why most popular or hyped up steak houses don’t cook the steak by basting in butter with garlic and rosemary or thyme??
Larkhon Nohkral
Larkhon Nohkral 6 days ago
Wagyu sirloin rare
Shannon Walls
Shannon Walls 8 days ago
Searing does not 'seal in juices', that is the biggest myth in the culinary world.
Todd Hedgren
Todd Hedgren 9 days ago
Why did James put olive oil on his steak, then act like he didn't know why there was so much smoke?. Everyone knows you dry your meat if you want it to brown, ( get grill marks)... Jaime looks like the chef in this battle!!!
Dave A
Dave A 11 days ago
My favorite steak would have to be eye round cooked well, glazed with raw honey and served on a bed of fresh potting soil.
August Denys
August Denys 11 days ago
Jamie: Has the capacity to beat James in some field of cooking. Also Jamie: No confidence when it comes to Pass It On.
Christoffer Kvist
Christoffer Kvist 12 days ago
Get Mike
Mazequax 14 days ago
His calm demeanour changing to this lovely chuckle warms my heart :D
Mazequax 15 days ago
I would beat James's meat "dish"
MeisterVasqus 15 days ago
That's why I changed to only making my steak sous vide. Too much "I don't know" and "I'm not sure" in the pan and oven cooking method.
ImLovingThis One
ImLovingThis One 18 days ago
I’m so happy Jamie won
Miguel Suarez-solis
Am I the only person who could give a fuck about grill lines? They don't make the steak taste better
Mattias Byheden
Mattias Byheden 21 day ago
2:27 I know he's saying "master butchers", but I can only hear "master bitches"...
Dollface 21 day ago
James wearing that academical dress does things to me.
Zakiry 27 days ago
The thing is, if you mess up a steak abit it's still a steak
kevin morris
kevin morris 29 days ago
oh no way too pink. i get sick if i eat steak cooked like those ones. i prefer nice dar or burnt as some would say , on the outside and brown in the middle. or as my family calls it i like my steak nailed to a tree in a bushfire. Aussie here
treebender 1371
treebender 1371 Month ago
Best steak ever is a medium tomahawk ribeye served bone in.
Patrick Maher
Patrick Maher Month ago
As James is a chef should he already know about steaks and how to treat it and that why would he need to go to a steak School to learn about it and why is he nervous about cooking it
Matthew Willis
Matthew Willis Month ago
Props to the editing / animated typography in this video! The animated "Really, really, really" nervous made me physically smile. Love your videos, food, and your entire team!
Matthew Willis
Matthew Willis Month ago
That comment made it sound like I don't always smile while watching your videos... totally not true. This one made me smile even bigger 😂
Sheepdog Smokey
Sheepdog Smokey Month ago
Sirloin cooked medium
jedisix Month ago
Bison Ribeye (Bone out) medium-rare. Bally's Steak House in Vegas made the best one I've ever had.
Bucs Fan Criss
Bucs Fan Criss Month ago
Mid rare bone in ribeye, I never understood the need for a sauce, if your steak is seasoned and cooked perfectly why ruin it by adding a sauce?
chris white
chris white Month ago
Ribeye in cast iron salt pepper rosemary and butter
XilverXoul Month ago
So can anybody explain to me what is so important about diamond grill marks that the expert says if they aren't there that is a game over? I may just be ignorant, but isn't that just an aesthetic? To me, either way, a steak is a steak and I just want it to taste good!
Cassie Butler
Cassie Butler Month ago
... I dont like steak
Danny Aakjær
Danny Aakjær 2 months ago
Bearnaise sauce my ass. Cant even stand sloppy work chef!
robert zerrenner
robert zerrenner 2 months ago
Some people remain adamant that you Never oil a steak, just the grill. These are also the people that ruin a steak by letting the meat burn onto the grill. I took grief for years seasoning and then oiling the steak-Then putting it on the grill.
robert zerrenner
robert zerrenner 2 months ago
Jaime lost that battle as he tried to cook it the way he was told in Steak School. Had he done it his own way, it would have been no contest.
Julie Walsh
Julie Walsh 2 months ago
Strip steak medium
Jennifer Cline
Jennifer Cline 2 months ago
I like a char on my steak 😋
Shayna Alford
Shayna Alford 2 months ago
I like mine more charred though! James looks amazing.
Kelly M
Kelly M 2 months ago
fillet minon blue
Mikayla Ross
Mikayla Ross 2 months ago
I love all of Jame's sas
Chris Tyler
Chris Tyler 2 months ago
I'd love to see you guys do an Ultimate Monte Cristo Battle. It's basically a sandwich in a donut. How can you mess that up?
Kate Bowen
Kate Bowen 2 months ago
Poach them in a little butter, oil and a bit of water
myHuge249 2 months ago
diamond grill lines are overated. Give me a beautifully caramalised and dark brown sear any day. Not to mention twice cooked chips... nah fam gotta par boil those for perfect chips. Another thing i would do differently is sous vide. Especially for a rib eye which benefits greatly from low and slow cooking to break down the fat. Sous vide it with a clove of garlic, fresh rosmary and thyme, plenty of salt and pepper, and finally a wee splash of port.
Oliver Naumann
Oliver Naumann 2 months ago
Bary gets more than he bargained for when he sassed Jamie #Bants
B U 2 months ago
Fun video, but does anyone really think Miller and Carter have good steak?
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