In this Gordon Ramsay Uncharted episode, Sumatra brings the bold flavors.
While some people might not have traveled to Sumatra, Gordon Ramsay Uncharted looks to bring these bold, unique ingredients to the table. Maybe this episode’s ingredients and recipes will have foodies willing to embrace new food and flavors.
According to Nat Geo Channel, this week’s Gordon Ramsay Uncharted episode, Sumatra, features the following:
Chef Gordon Ramsay’s quest to master the world’s most fascinating cuisines lands him on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, where he risks his safety and his pride to acquire the ingredients he needs.
Thinking about this style of cuisine, it might be unfamiliar to some viewers. Even though the ingredients might not be common, these flavors and dishes might introduce foodies to a new world of deliciousness.
In this episode, one of the primary dishes is Beef Randang. This iconic Indonesian dish is slow cooked beef which has been infused with a flavorful, spicy paste and coconut milk. Although this dish might take years to master, the care and nuance from the dish is a great lesson for any aspiring cook.
Even though some people might be unfamiliar with the Beef Randang recipe, the lessons learned from this dish are quite important. Whether it is blending together the spices or slowing cooking the beef, cooking is process and a practice. Each experience builds on another and helps any cook gain confidence in the kitchen.
Of course, every Gordon Ramsay episode has a little bit of humor. Even though many people will focus on Gordon and his willingness to take a ride, another moment is more entertaining. If you have ever smelled durian fruit, you will definitely laugh at Gordon’s reaction. Wonder if this fruit is worst than the insects from last season?
Here’s how to watch Gordon Ramsay Uncharted Sumatra.
Date: Sunday, June 28, 2020
Start Time: 10 p.m. ET
TV Channel: National Geographic Channel
Gordon Ramsay Uncharted will air on National Geographic Channel on Sundays at 10 p.m. ET.