BROOKLYN Beckham has channelled his inner Salt Bae in his latest cookery tutorial by wearing the TikTok sensations iconic black gloves.
The foodie took to Instagram on Wednesday showing how to make a traditional Sunday dinner – ‘Michelin style’ – while donning the famous black gloves.
The aspiring chef, 23, received a roasting from some fans that claimed the beef he made alongside former Michelin cook Kevin Lee, was “disgusting” and "raw".
Brooklyn initially went gloveless as he prepared the dish but soon appeared to copy the viral Turkish butcher as he rocked a pair of black gloves while slathering the beef in a thick layer of butter.
The Beckhams appear to be long time fans of the restaurateur, whose real name is Nusret Gökçe, and have been seen eating at his iconic Nusr-Et restaurant in the past.
Salt Bae is believed to have started the TikTok craze of wearing black gloves in cooking videos after he was forced to start wearing them to avoid a health code violation at his New York restaurant in 2018, according to GQ.
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The black gloves have now become an iconic look for the star, with several other social media chefs sporting the same look.
Brooklyn has been the latest celeb chef to copy the well-known trend after posting himself mimicking Salt Bae’s iconic salt sprinkling move while dining at his NYC restaurant in January 2018.
He shared a video of himself attempting the well-known salt sprinkle before showing Salt Bae by his side.
Brooklyn seemed blown away by the stars salting skills as he turned to the camera and simply stated: "Amazing!".
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His latest cooking video showed him creating his English roast but some fans were left in disbelief by the amount of butter and oil used in the dish.
Brooklyn begins by coating the huge beef joint with two slabs of butter, garlic and herbs in the iconic black gloves, before putting it in the oven.
He followed by drenching potatoes in oil and beef fat and covered his carrots in even more butter.
His fans were quick to respond to his Sunday roast attempt with one writing: “Heart attack on a plate”.
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Another commented: “I don’t think I would eat meat like that”.
A third joked: “Save some butter for the rest of us!”.
But not all of his fans were appalled with the turnout, with one saying: “Omg I’m salivating”, and another wrote: “Incredible!!! Share the recipe”.
Brooklyn has been an eager aspiring chef over the past few years and has shared several videos on his Instagram on how to make basics such as burgers and sandwiches.
In a recent interview with Bustle, the budding foodie said : “I’m not a professional chef – at all”
“I've never said that. I never would say that. Obviously, my dad knew what he was doing at a very young age. I've only been doing cooking for not even three years.”
Salt Bae recently came under fire following his bizarre stunt at the World Cup final.
He was slammed by fans on social media after he posted a picture with the World Cup trophy after Argentina's win over France.
The chef entered the pitch and held the trophy alongside the Argentina players and even bit into one of the footballers medals.
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Famously, the trophy is only allowed to be touched by a select few which according to FIFA, includes former winners of the FIFA World Cup and heads of state.
Salt Bae has now been barred from the 2023 Open Cup Final as well as other major events following his actions.
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