Story from Jam Press (Model Beef Wellington) Pictured: A grab from a video by Samantha Gangewere showing how to make her mouth watering Beef Wellington dish. Model takes on Gordon Ramsay's famous beef wellington and tells top chef to 'watch out' A model has shared her recipe for a mouthwatering beef wellington and claims it is “better” than Gordon Ramsay’s. Samantha Gangewere previously hit the headlines after her foot pictures went viral –  causing a wave of “foot fetish” fans to flock to her page. The 31-year-old, who boasts two million followers on Instagram, (@thatboostedchick), quickly saw a boost in popularity online. Now, the model has moved onto pastures new by launching her very own steak restaurant, The Orchid Steakhouse, and she’s taking on one of Britain’s top chefs. In a clip, she shares how to create the iconic beef wellington, starting out with a warning to the Hell’s Kitchen star and restaurateur, saying “Watch out Gordon Ramsay, I’m coming for you”. In a bid to make her dish one-of-a-kind, the model uses her “secret” weapon: an 8oz A5 Japanese Wagyu filet mignon. The model begins seasoning the meat with a hefty pinch of sea salt and fresh ground black pepper, before pan searing the steak for one minute on each side. She then adds some extra herbs, including rosemary and thyme, for a pop of flavour and then brushes the meat with dijon mustard. After that, the chef layers prosciutto di Parma and mushroom duxelles onto pastry to make a “bed” for the steak. She advises brushing the edges with an egg yolk so that the parcel sticks together and then wraps it up, adds sesame seeds and another touch of salt, before popping the beef into the oven for 15 minutes at 375 degrees. Samantha recommends serving the masterpiece with a touch of rich mushroom au Poivre sauce – and bon appétit. “OK Gordon Ramsay, tell me, is mine better than yours?,” she says at the end of the clip, offering a challenge to the cele

Samantha Gangewere, a model who rose to fame with viral foot pictures, is now stepping into the culinary arena, setting her sights on challenging Gordon Ramsay with her rendition of beef wellington. The model, with a substantial Instagram following (@thatboostedchick) of two million, has recently diversified into the restaurant industry with The Orchid Steakhouse and is boldly competing with one of the UK’s renowned chefs.

In her video, Samantha confidently warns Ramsay, “Watch out Gordon Ramsay, I’m coming for you”, as she embarks on creating her version of the beef wellington. Her secret to distinction? An 8oz A5 Japanese Wagyu filet mignon.

Samantha’s recipe involves seasoning the steak with sea salt and black pepper, followed by a quick sear. She then adds herbs like rosemary and thyme, and coats the meat in dijon mustard. The seasoned steak is laid on a mixture of prosciutto di Parma and mushroom duxelles, encased in pastry, sealed with egg yolk, sprinkled with sesame seeds and a bit more salt, and then baked for 15 minutes at 375 degrees.

She suggests pairing the beef wellington with a mushroom au Poivre sauce. Concluding her video, Samantha throws a culinary challenge to Ramsay, asking, “OK Gordon Ramsay, tell me, is mine better than yours?”, before enjoying her creation, making it clear it’s a treat just for her.

Apart from her culinary ventures, Samantha has previously captured public attention during the pandemic in New York City’s Times Square, holding a sign that stated “Wash your damn hands”, while wearing a mask and a striking orange swimsuit.