Uncle Roger Hilariously Reviews Gordon Ramsay’s Egg Fried Rice

by : Niamh Shackleton on : 21 Sep 2020 18:44
Uncle Roger Hilariously Reviews Gordon Ramsay's Egg Fried RiceUncle Roger Hilariously Reviews Gordon Ramsay's Egg Fried RiceUncle Roger/YouTube

Uncle Roger has hilariously reviewed Gordan Ramsay’s egg fried rice recipe, and it’s safe to say he doesn’t think he’s an idiot sandwich.

The well-known YouTuber recently went in on Jamie Oliver’s recipe, but luckily good ol’ Gordon saved the day.


One of the YouTuber’s biggest criticisms of Jamie Oliver’s dish was the use of chilli jam in it, something which horrified Roger, so he decided to review Ramsey’s recipe instead.

It was almost four minutes into Uncle Roger’s review of Oliver’s rice before he said the chef had done something correct (in Roger’s eyes, anyway), but Ramsey was golden from the get-go.

Check it out:


Throwing shade at Oliver’s cooking, Uncle Roger commented on Ramsey’s skin care (since he had no criticisms about his food), and suggested he used his fellow chef’s egg fried rice as a moisturiser because it was so wet.

After sharing the video on YouTube yesterday, September 20, Uncle Roger sent a tweet out to the Scottish-born chef. He said, ‘@GordonRamsay, Uncle Roger loves your fried rice video.’ He then asked the chef if he wanted to collaborate with him.

Ramsey replied to the tweet, writing: ‘Two woks because I stole @jamieoliver’s after I saw him put chilli jam in his rice !!!’


Fans were quick to share their enjoyment.

One said: ‘So glad to be alive till this day to see uncle gordon getting roasted.’

Another added: ‘Uncle Roger just found his new BFF…Uncle Gordon. Wish them happy cursing n dissing together…’

While a third said:  ‘I was wondering when Uncle Roger is gonna react to his video. Haiyaaa.’


And another added: ‘Gordon Ramsay has many Michelin Stars, but now, he’s been honoured with one Uncle Star. Gordon has peaked…’

Uncle Roger rose in popularity on YouTube after doing a review of the BBC’s egg fried rice recipe in July this year. To date, the video has accumulated over 14 million views and counting.

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Niamh Shackleton

Niamh Shackleton is a pint sized person and journalist at UNILAD. After studying Multimedia Journalism at the University of Salford, she did a year at Caters News Agency as a features writer in Birmingham before deciding that Manchester is (arguably) one of the best places in the world, and therefore moved back up north. She's also UNILAD's unofficial crazy animal lady.

Topics: Food, Viral, YouTube