The Hell’s Kitchen and Breaking Bad is now Breaking Kitchen with some of the most interesting chefs in the show

There are several reality cooking competition shows out there in which you see authentic food being served with the utmost care, a panel of chefs with serious faces and serious background sound which keeps you at the edge of the seat just for a dish that you barely get to see after the show. But this is not the case with the iconic chef Gordon Ramsay who knows when to bring you to the edge and when to keep you calm.

His show “Hell’s Kitchen” which first premiered on Fox on May 30, 2005, has been famous among viewers because of its unique concept of competitions. Gordon, the host of the show, divides the members into two teams and makes sure to put them under such kind of pressure that either the contestants give up or become a new version of themselves. The host of the show Gordon shouts, laughs and sometimes even throws dishes prepared by the chefs.

Gordon seems to have got a catch in the new version of this parody show. Yes, you read it right the Hell Kitchen and Breaking Bad have been blended to make Breaking Kitchen. This fire-hit parody series has got more than Gordon Ramsay, and the character of Breaking Bad. So those characters who have been added to this show are Walter White, Gustavo Fring, Tuco Salamanca, and the very charming Lalo Salamanca. Videos of this parody on YouTube can make anyone laugh in which Walter White can be seen experimenting with chemicals.

As soon as the timer starts everyone starts rushing towards the ingredients with panic on their face but Lalo is all cool. Lalo Salamanca, the charming character who never loses his cool during the show, prepared Tacos for Gordon. The Tuco Salamanca way of tasting the dish by putting it almost in the nostrils makes Gordon feel most annoyed and confused but won’t give you the chance to stop laughing.

The host of the show Gordon Ramsay not only looks tense but also confused to see the characters of Breaking Bad which makes it interesting and hilarious.

You can watch the parody here




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