Aglio e olio: le reazioni degli chef italiani ai video più visti al mondo!



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Dopo le reazioni degli chef romani ai video più visti al mondo sulla carbonara, nel secondo episodio di questa serie, siamo stati a Napoli per giocare e far riflettere sulla pasta italiana più semplice: gli spaghetti aglio e olio. Scopri la risposta e i tanti consigli di tre chef partenopei alle prese con le ricette più cliccate in rete."Spaghetti Aglio E Olio" by Donal Skehan Contattaci:[email protected]



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1234
I'll be honest if I was a youtube chef I would make it my mission to figure out how to piss off Italians. It'd be subtle though I would do one thing here, one thing there, just little things to piss off an Italian. Then when they all comment that I did it wrong I would never acknowledge it, and soon I would break their minds. Muahahahahaha
1C0N0F51N
ahahahah i pinoli fritti!
AGH331
They're wrong to criticise the second recipe for adding cold water, when in fact you can hear the guy talking about adding pasta water in the background (all while they are talking over him). Listen first, then criticise.
Aaronovi JkT
Wtf binging with babish is recreating that pasta. He tried to make it as similar as the movie called \
Alessandra Scopeț
Non sanno mangiare...mado
Alessandro Nermetti
Mamma mà... chiste songhe attentati. \nMa d'altronde, cosa potevamo aspettarci da hn popolo (inglese) che chiama \
Amene
This is such an upgrade compared to other channels. You keep it up. Lmao
Ana Maria Brogui
Amei as críticas e o vídeo, muito obrigado por terem me escolhido para essa análise! :))) ||||| Ho amato le recensioni e il video, grazie mille per avermi scelto per questa recensione! :)))
Anthony Hernandez
only came here for Babish and Chef John dont care about the others
Berg Jun
O loco até o Brogui apareceu aqui
Brendo Mota
Até o brogui
C Walters
I've made Chef John's version and that stuff will make you slap everyone in the room. Get 2 Italians in the same room and they will argue about the traditional way to make this and other dishes. I've seen it firsthand. Live your life and do whatever you want in your own kitchen.
Candace Cuthbert
I love that she said \
Carmela Colia
Non capisco perché in tutto il mondo, specialmente in America, si ostinano a cucinare piatti italiani senza sapere neanche come cuocere la pasta...e dopo decenni che glielo dicono non si fanno capaci. Ma peggio ancora li considerano autentici!...
Celina L
Wow. I couldn't care less about the traditionality of a dish. \nIf you like certain ingredients in your food, feel free to add it in!\nAs long as you don't use american cheese and ramen and call it aglio e olio, i think its totally fine to add a twist to it. I've eaten it with and without parmesan cheese and i think it's boring without. \n\nImagine an american would say \
Claudio D.
Quella bastarda che ha messo i pinoli fritti è da giustiziare in una piazza pubblica.
Coolaught Rainer
I wish they could've showed You Suck at Cooking's version of it.
Crocus
These videos would be so much more interesting if the chefs actually explained their criticism. Aglio e olio is a very starchy and salty dish. You get some heat from the chili flakes and freshness from the parsley so why not use lemon to balance it out? \
Daisy Hart
I totally understand having pride in your culture and traditional recipes, but Laura is literally Italian and is making her nonna’s recipe. Is nothing sacred? Let her live!
Daniel. K.-P.
Marianna is a cutiee☺️♥️
Dave Kent
Now go see the video in which they make their own recipes. The two younger ones are massive hypocrites.
Derek Lam WJ
Dont know how laura vitale’s garlic is considered burnt when its golden brown and crispy. Theres a difference between burnt snd golden brown. \nBurnt is dark deep brown to black and the garlic is bitter.\n\nLaura vitale’s garlic was perfectly golden and crispy.\n\nNow i wonder if this \
Don Creeper
Che palle questi stranieri che pensano di cucinare i veri piatti italiani
Esh11_WOTB
You want real fun , get three Indians and have them review Biryani recipes !!
Felix van Es
Where can i find an actual good recipe then?
Flakey Croissant
It's amazing how I'm sure people from the USA will eat the real deal of these plates (Carbonara,Pesto,Cacio e Pepe,Aglio e Olio) but this idiots that think they CAN teach cooking put the wrong thing on the plate and unfortunately Americans later think is the original recipe.
Giovanni Dellebandenere
STRANIERI, lasciate stare, cucinare la pasta non è per voi, non siete capaci.
Griddle Puff
I like how its so simple yet they can mess it up😂
Guido Santoni
I see several comments which say thinghs like:\n\
Hella Green
This is the only time I disagree with them. The pine nuts in this dish are beautiful. I wouldn't eat it without them. I really don't care whether it's authentic or not. Not every dish has to be perfectly true to the 'original'. For me, that's not what home cooking is about. Though, admittedly, these youtube cooks really should add 'my version' to the title, especially if they're going to add lemon and stray too far away from the original. But if Laura's Italian grandmother always added pine nuts, then pine nuts it is!
Italia Squisita
Carmela Abbate, Salvatore Bianco e Marianna Vitale show their Aglio e Olio recipes here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oF_G2a8xsa8
Jeff Hunter
Watching all the Babish bros lose their shit in the comments is the best part of this. Ever since his embarrassment of how to 'cook' ribs 'perfectly' (freddy's episode) I lost a lot of respect for his 'expertise'
Jenni Valentine
Hey it's that dumb broad that grilled the spaghetti and added mayo
Jimmy Kim
The moment I see an Italian make anything other than Italian food, I want to see other people heavily criticize them
Joey of the Priuses
The lady on the right was the only one willing to accept that dishes don't have to stay the same for everyone. Sure, Babish added lemon, but does that mean it's suddenly disgusting because it's different? No!
Jonas Lundholm
Ha! It’s fun to see these Italian chefs roasting Chef John and Babish.
Julian Colon
My goodness. I have never met more pretentious chefs than Italian purists. Their blind adherence to “tradition” holds back innovation. \n\nFrench chefs don’t have this problem. Spanish chefs don’t either. I don’t know what their deal is
KOilithya
I want to see the middle lady make it. Sad to see them tear apart babish though :/ they didn’t realize he was making the recipe from the movie doing it as John favreau
Kiera0989
è vero che non c'è una ricetta e che ognuno è libero di metterci quello che gli pare. Però sbagliare questa ricetta è un pò ridicolo visto che nel nome hai già tutti gli ingredienti. Però ognugno ha i suoi gusti...strani ma so gusti l'unico che ci è andato vicino è il brasiliano..ma è caduto sulla pasta ç_ç...poi una domanda voi l'aglio lo tagliate?No perchè a casa mia si metteva lo spicchio e poi si scansava.per me doveva solo dare sapore non uccidere i vampiri con un'alitata
Lauren Sarzuela
Thing is, even they don't agree with each other.. 😅
Lennart F
And that's why Italy is doing so bad economically: Innovation is the key and they seem to be resistant to it.
LuiDeca
Babish isn't trying to make recipes the tradicional way in the first place. Come on.
Lukas S
A little picky but I guess thats the point of the video :D
Manny Rebollo
The 3 dudes are better
Marianna B
I've adopted chef Johns spaguetti aglio e olio recipe for life !!!!!! Everyone in my family loves it !!!!!!!!!! Lol e... SALVE ANA MARIA BROGUI !!!!!!!!! RS
Matt Elba
who cares if the recipe is different? Everyone adds their own twists, maybe these chefs should actually try the dishes before complaining.
Max Citernesi
E' Inutile; ognuno (in Italia) li fa con qualche accortezza diversa ed è praticamente impossibile trovare un'unica modalità di preparazione. A parte quelli all'estero che non ci azzeccano proprio, io uso del peperoncino fresco e mi piace sentirlo. Altri non ce lo mettono proprio (ma secondo me ci va) e l'aglio dovrebbe essere FRESCO e non molliccio o con l'anima VERDE. Gli spaghetti poi, altro che il N° 5 BAR.. ehm.. quelli lì insomma... bensì uno spaghetto di grano duro di qualità che cambia il piatto!
MmMmGood
Babish gets roasted every time. Haha.
Nathan Chaytor
This is a really amazing series, would love to see more.
Nicola Romano
Fatene altri con la Amatriciana o altri piatti tipici italiani!
None No
DO ITALIAN CHEF REACT TO PIZZA MAKING VIDEO !!!!
PoopityScoop
You could really tell the lady on the right was getting sick of the old lady by the end.
Pure Flux
garlic and oil only: No please. i'm italian and the best for this recipe is spaghetti, garlic, olive oil , chilli peppers and parsley. try it. \ncook in a pan with enough extra virgin olive oil chopped garlic, medium (or lots) of chopped chilli peppers(dried or fresh). when the garlic is blonde (not burnt) add chopped parsley, cook another minute(not more). then mix with the pasta
Rafael Reis
Ciao, desde Brasil! \u003c3
RealHypo
Maybe show us in the end how the Italian chefs would do it.
Rebeca L.
Io non sono italiana ...però....come la cucina italiana non ce niente al mondo....il mio parere personale....la migliore è la più sana...
Reemuh
This series are basically just triggered Italians watching other chefs do their rendition of a classic recipe. I'm pretty sure everyone has their own take on these recipes. Italians, no offense.. but take the food pride down a notch. We love your food but it always doesn't have to be traditional.
Res Art
I made it with butter. U mad italians?
RinaPinxz22
Laura Vitale is Italian though...
Sarah Ilayda
The chef in the middle is making this video so entertaining, burned garlic comment to Laura was gold 😂 Also I love these videos because they really show what NOT TO do. Because we use these videos to try to cook these recipes. I used to make Laura's carbonara all the time and now I know how to cook better thanks to the previous video. Although these are meant to be commentaries it's also tips and tricks as well like family recipes. Thank you guys❤️
Serdar Atalay
I fell in love with chef Marianna. She's such a peacemaker.
Steve McKinney
How DARE you criticize Chef John! He's a goddamn national treasure!
The Fifth
Babish quickly becoming a regular in getting criticized by italians lmfao
TheChamp
Ingredienti sempre validi per qualsiasi piatto italiano secondo gli americani:\n-Aglio\n-ancora aglio\n-Olio\n-Parmigiano\n-Pepe\n-Pepe\n-Peperoncino\n-Mandolino\n-Mafia\n\nM'annatevelappianderculo
Tobi Foster-Haworth
I've noticed Italians get extremely sensitive about the tiniest things when it comes to food. Use a slightly different cheese? SIN, EVIL, WRONG, PATHETIC, CHILDISH. Way I see it, in the end, food comes down to taste, not tradition. And if someone wants to do something a little different based on personal preference or experience, let them have fun and you can stick to your traditions if thats how you sway.
Venice Man
sti qua sono autolesionisti
William Vouk
You should show the chefs making their versions at the end
XOR
There should really be an English translator sitting with the chefs. The language barrier is making it really easy for a lot of things to get misinterpreted, such as Chef John adding “cold water” to the pan, when in reality he put reserved pasta water like you’d expect and he even says as much in his video.
Xhivo
I wished for this video. My wish actually came true for once. 👌🏿
Yahya Siddiq
Do they not understand English or did they just ignore chef John saying to add a ladle of the pasta water?
Yearn Rommel
haha i mean i couldnt care less about authenticity really, ill put cheese on this pasta if i want. but these videos are certainly interesting and kinda entertaining ;D
Z Aziz
May god bless chef john. The best chef in the world. In America we don’t follow tradition :)
Zoro Cooks
Everyone is missing the main point: Italians LOVE to bitch about how foreigners cannot cook. That's our favorite thing to do.
animalmother556x45
.......hilariously, these three could have watched videos of EACH OTHER making the same dish, and still bitched about it. I'm not sure I value their opinion on everything here. Remember everyone...Italians are the only people on this planet that can cook well, and their food is NOT to be deviated from...or you will reap the consequences (being made fun of by three random Italians on the interwebz)
annalisa ebbasta
forse con quella mappazza di olio e aglio ci ammazzano streghe e vampiri, che schifo!!!!!
anthony mazy
These people are so tedious
atalia febrianne
why does it seem to me that these chefs (and other italian chefs featured in these kind of videos) love tradition more than they love food itself? they immediately bash any kind of innovation or newer take on italian recipes, even though i'm sure they've never given it a try themselves.
bossaddict08
Why do people think people from Italy can make the best Italian food?
bruno d'artibale
Non so se è peggio questo o quella della carbonara....
camporosso
Quella che ci ha messo i pinoli mi ha ucciso.
daraxiong19
Well, Laura Vitale has stated in her recipe that pine nuts are optional she just likes to add them because her grandmother cooks it that way, and also it adds variety to the dish. I've used her recipe so many times where my garlic looks \
darian roscoe
I like my garlic toasted as Laura Vitale did. All do not have the same sense of taste. I once had it out with an Italian chef online who said Macaroni and Cheese was not an Italian dish and nobody Italian ever made it...well, my family always did, just white sauce and cheese, etc. like we all do, and that recipe went back five generations. It came from where? Italy! Enough with this they did it wrong, they added the wrong things, etc. I like it when I'm presented pale garlic in this dish but I LOVE it when it's toasted AND with pine nuts (or slivered almonds, too). Why insist on pitting one against the other?
deinse82
Chef John's videos are for English speakers. Clearly, these \
franco
Yaaaaas! Been waiting for a sequel to the carbonara video forever! These videos are gold! Gave me a good laugh. We want more of those per favore!
honeyandfrancy
I'm sorry, but I don't like these type of reactions. It is causing a lot of hate and the italian chefs are not appreciating the other \
joao sturza
funny seeing the brasilian guy he is more of a crazy food guy , he once made fried chicken out of doritos
josiah566
More of these please! I need to know of more Italian dishes that I've been getting wrong!
khairulnisaR
1. Donal Skehan did put pasta water in the pan. It was off camera. 2. Chef John did not put cold water into the pan. He said, \
kyrios0307
The thing about these famous YouTube recipe videos is that they always cater to the masses. Very rarely non-Italians can accept the simplicity of most authentic Italian food. Serve an authentic Aglio E Olio dish to your typical non Italian diner they'll be like \
msec Ses
aglio e olio is my favourite pasta dish and I've tried EVERY way and variation of cooking it over the years. The Italian chefs I've seen do it are always so obsessed with minimal ingredients, they never use enough garlic, use far, far too much cooking water (and call it a 'sauce') and then get snobbish about the use of cheese. I like my parsley added at the end so it retains it's freshness, but one Italian video even said this was wrong, putting it in the oil at the beginning, so it ended up fried in oil, then dumping tons of boiling pasta water over it. \n\nThe recipes here are much closer to the way I eat it, simply because they are the tastiest way. I know because I've tried them all!
nano fake
Come rovinare i classici italiani , manco ar cane sti piatti
scuba man
Hilarious how we Americans think the recipes should be. Watching the chefs cringe as each one misses a step. Need to incorporate one of the chefs showing us the right way at the end!
ssbmTrev
They need subtitles. They can’t just be watching what they do. Chef Jon got Criticized for putting cold water in his pasta which he clearly didn’t not
swansonnnn
Why roast Babish, when he's trying to do recipes from films? It's a bit unfair, is it not?
thomas h
Everybody always hates Babish but Babish doesn’t claim it’s accurate, it’s what movies shows.
tontonpacute
lol they should keep doing these italians react. comedy gold. salt is the new garlic hahaha
vcx cxd
No ma la rivoluzione culinaria di chi fa ste ricette alla cazzo e poi viene a dire nei commenti che so pure buone è commovente. La pasta aglio bruciato, olio e chili di formaggio è quella che si fa lo studente fuorisede al terzo giorno di carestia. Hai finito pure il tonno e allora ti fai sta cosa con la quale attaccare manifesti. Esiste un modo di fare le cose, le varianti prendi e le chiami varianti. Siccome sta gente che insegna ai propri connazionali come fare la pasta con... ha un ruolo anche educativo, mi sembra giustamente il caso di far notare cosa non va.