Jamie Oliver‘s son Buddy is following in his famous father’s footsteps as he whipped up an omelette in a new tutorial for his Cooking Buddies series.

The celebrity chef’s son, 12, appeared in a video on Jamie’s Instagram page where he showed followers how he makes an omelette.

Buddy, who Jamie shares with his wife Juliette Norton, used ham, cheese and mushroom for his ingrediants.

Taking fans through the cooking process, he said: ‘The first thing we have to do is get two eggs and crack it into a bowl.

‘I’ve finished whisking my eggs and now I’m going to add a pinch of pepper and stir a little bit more.’

Tutorial: Jamie Oliver's son Buddy is following in his famous father's footsteps as he whipped up an omelette in a new tutorial for his Cooking Buddies series

Clip: The celebrity chef's son, 12, appeared in a video on Jamie's Instagram page where he showed followers how he makes an omelette

Tutorial: Jamie Oliver’s son Buddy is following in his famous father’s footsteps as he whipped up an omelette in a new tutorial for his Cooking Buddies series

After pouring the egg mix into the pan, Buddy advised viewers to wait ‘twenty to thirty seconds’ before adding their ingrediants.

When it came time to flip the egg, he told fans to be ‘very confident’ when they do it.

Tasting the finished product, he said: ‘I think we’re ready for a taste test. That my friends, is delicious.’

One fan commented that Buddy was a ‘little Jamie Oliver’ while another said he was already a ‘pro’.

Along with Buddy, Jamie and Juliette are also parents to Poppy, 21, Daisy, 20, Petal, 14, and River, 6. 

It comes after Jamie insisted that Buddy will ‘earn his trade’ if he becomes a chef and won’t live off his name like a typical ‘Nepo Baby’.

Speaking exclusively to MailOnline, Jamie said: ‘The only way to do it, is to do it properly.

‘The technical and practical side of cooking is one thing, but the really interesting and emotional thing about cooking is serving people, immersing yourself with food growers and farmers – you can’t fake that.’

Family: Jamie says Buddy will 'earn his trade' if he becomes a chef and won't live off his name like a typical 'Nepo Baby'

Family: Jamie says Buddy will ‘earn his trade’ if he becomes a chef and won’t live off his name like a typical ‘Nepo Baby’ 

He continued: ‘When I ran the restaurant Fifteen, where most of our young people were unemployed, from prison or troubled backgrounds.

‘We put these kids in front of amazing farmers and artisans, fishermen and producers, that’s what changes you and I’d definitely do that with Buddy, if he wanted to go down that route. He would earn his trade for sure.’

Jamie says Buddy has yet to reveal his future career ambitions and even claims his son isn’t technology minded, despite his success online, admitting ‘he doesn’t even go on YouTube.’

But the father-of-five does reveal the youngster’s cooking talents have developed because of sheer practice.

He explained: ‘When he was ten, and you can find this online, he filleted a mackerel.

Future: Jamie says Buddy has yet to reveal his future career ambitions and even claims his son isn't technology minded, despite his success online, admitting 'he doesn't even go on YouTube'

Future: Jamie says Buddy has yet to reveal his future career ambitions and even claims his son isn’t technology minded, despite his success online, admitting ‘he doesn’t even go on YouTube’

‘It’s not because he’s a special kid, it’s because kids are brilliant and when they repeat things a few times, they get good at it – whether it’s cricket, boxing or gymnastics, and he happened to have a mackerel in his hand, which is a cheap fish that’s bloody good for you, and he cooked it for his brother River, crispy skins 90 per cent of the way, and you can’t produce that content.

‘When I take him down the market on a Saturday, he’s had 70-year-old men saying, ‘I’ve never really been into your old man, but I saw you do that video and came here and brought mackerel.’

‘He has that effect on people, particularly the older generation. I’m really proud of him, he’s a good kid.’

DailyMail

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