People are a little bit horrified by Brooklyn Beckham's pasta recipe

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Photo credit: Darren Gerrish - Getty Images
Photo credit: Darren Gerrish - Getty Images

Brooklyn Beckham is a man of many talents. Not only is he a model who has he released a number of coffee table photography books but now he's turning his hand to cooking. The budding chef has started posting little cooking tutorial videos and recipes on Instagram, sometimes featuring a cameo from David Beckham himself. But one of Brooklyn's recent posts; a spicy tomato cream pasta recipe has prompted quite a bit of outrage from some fans.

Over the last few months Brooklyn has been posting cooking tutorials on Instagram, showing fans how to make everything from steak quesadillas to french toast and even a classic fry up.

Brooklyn's followers have been loving getting a glimpse at his culinary skills (and inside his kitchen) but one of his recent recipes for spicy tomato cream pasta has not gone down well with Brooklyn's Italian fans (according to Google Translate, that is).

In the video Brooklyn mixes tomato puree with jarred pasta sauce, cream, cheese and fusilli pasta, and while the finished product looks pretty delicious to us, Brooklyn's Italian fans were not at all happy with the recipe and flooded the comment section to critique the 22-year old's methods.

"He is beautiful but the sauce cooked like this can not be done!!" one person wrote, while another commented also in Italian, "I love you, but noooooo," and another said, "the sauce with the milk practically killed me," meanwhile one enthusiastic commenter wrote, "Cream and tomato in the same plate 馃槺馃槩鈥s that a kind of revenge on italian people for the Euro cup? 馃槀 Come to visit us and I will be glad to cook a "pasta al sugo" for you and your beautiful fiance 馃崫 ."

Luckily Brooklyn's mum Victoria and his fianc茅e Nicola Peltz had nothing but positive comments for the recipe, and we've got to say... it looks pretty tasty doesn't it?

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