Brooklyn Beckham shares love of cooking in Michelin video after slammed tutorials

The budding celebrity chef has discussed his passion for cookery after being slammed for kitchen tutorials.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - MAY 01: Brooklyn Beckham attends the 2023 Costume Institute Benefit celebrating
Brooklyn Beckham has opened up about his passion for cooking. (Getty Images)

Brooklyn Beckham has opened up about his love of cooking in a new video after he was previously slammed for his meal tutorials.

The Michelin Guide video posted to his Instagram page sees the 24 year old budding chef talking about his favourite foods and his motivation in becoming a professional cook.

Beckham kicked off the clip with an anecdotal tale of life growing up in London with his famous parents David and Victoria Beckham.

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He said: “I grew up in London I always used to go to the pub, and we used to go after my dad played football. I didn't drink, because I was too young, but I used to have the pie and mash and fish and chips in the newspaper with vinegar.”

Beckham then went on to discuss what he enjoys eating these days alongside his wife Nicola Peltz.

He continued: “Me and my wife, we are obsessed, our favourite food is Japanese, they way the Japanese treat food, they are so careful and so precise.”

The amateur photographer also elaborated on why it is he loves cooking and hopes to become an accomplished chef one day.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - MAY 01: (L-R) Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz Beckham attend The 2023 Met Gala Celebrating
Brooklyn Beckham and and wife Nicola Peltz Beckham at The 2023 Met Gala. (Getty Images)

He explained: “I love cooking because it's one of the few things that takes my mind off anything that's happening. One of the many things I like about chefs is they are so artistic, they are so hard working, and it's always every day, every minute of every hour trying to master their craft.”

Beckham previously came under fire when he shared a tutorial for cooking a traditional English roast dinner.

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Fans were left unimpressed by his efforts and slammed him for using ‘too much’ butter and undercooking the expensive cut of meat.

More recently he was criticised by his followers on Instagram when he shared a video creating a spaghetti bolognaise dish with a wine cork in the pot.

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However, Beckham hit back at his critics by adding a post to his Instagram story which explained: “More research ensued and we found information that the addition of wine corks added to the cooking liquid ensured a more tender dish.”