Wednesday, 3 May 2023, 17:52
He raps as well as he can cook. Yes, we are talking about Gordo Master. Although the general public knows him for his music, the man from Malaga has always had the soul of a chef.
He has cultivated it behind closed doors for many years. But recently he has been discovering it more. Those who follow him on social media networks will know this. His live appearances from the Florida Huelin restaurant bear witness to this.
And now he's taking his skills in the kitchen even further. He has teamed up with the takeaway and home delivery company specialising in Iberian pork Mckenzi's Pork to create his own burgers. "They offered me a collaboration, and I tried their products and everything was delicious, so I decided to create my own burger with them," the musician said.
The rapper from Malaga researched the best burgers in the world, and taking inspiration from a "very innovative" Australian burger, he began to experiment in the kitchen, and gave it his own touch, and that's how the idea of Fat Burger Sidney was born. It is a double smash of pulled pork with truffled allioli, crispy bacon, grilled pineapple, sautéed mushrooms, red onion, lettuce and egg. It is then topped with parmesan flakes on a potato roll (a type of brioche bread) from the Juanito Baker.
This is the first of two recipes Gordo Master has created. But, for the time being the moment, the Fat Burger Sidney is the only one that can be tasted. The other one remains a mystery, with details to be revealed soon.
The Fat Burger can be ordered throughout the month of May through MCKenzi's Pork, with its headquarters in the Malaga district of Huelin. It costs 13.95 euros, with chips and coleslaw.
"I wanted it to be a bombshell, so I did a lot of research, I did a lot of tests and I think it turned out beautifully, without one ingredient standing out more than another. And the touch of the grilled pineapple and the alioli give it a twist," the rapper said.
"Every day I like cooking more and more. It's true that I've always invented, but when it comes to doing something for the public you have to work harder. And that's what I'm very demanding about. The same as in music, I don't like half measures. In everything I do, I like to put my heart and soul into it," the Malaga-born artist said.
And he didn't rule out pursuing more food ventures: "My dream is to have a tapería-style restaurant, but also with more gourmet dishes". He is currently working on a new album.
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