Masterclasses- Saturday 9th August Introduction to modern Indian cuisine with Hari Nagaraj – LIMITED SPACES Saturday 20th September South Indian cuisine with Raju Ramachandran – LIMITED SPACES Saturday 18th October Game with Vivek Singh- LIMITED SPACES Saturday 15th November Indian inspired festive party food with Hari Nagaraj New! Mini master classes 2014 Our new mini Read More
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Vivek will once again be joining James Martin on Saturday Kitchen on the 21st June. Tune into see what he will be cooking up this time!
8 sardines, cleaned 2 tablespoons vegetable oil ½ teaspoon red chilli powder ½ teaspoon salt For spice paste 10 cloves 2.5cm piece of cinnamon stick ½ teaspoon black peppercorns ½ teaspoon coriander seeds ½ teaspoon cumin seeds 1 tablespoon vegetable oil ½ onion, finely chopped 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped 1 tablespoon tomato puree 1 Read More
Vivek will be doing a pop-up dinner on the legendary Belmond British Pullman. He will be serving a delectable 7 course menu that is sure to make your mouth water. Buy tickets here!
Vivek will be speaking on the panel at the Global Restaurant Investment Forum in Dubai. He will be speaking on the panel discussing the controversial topic of Celebrity Chefs vs. Restaurateurs. Renowned Celebrity Chef Silvena Rowe will be tackling the controversial topic of Celebrity Chefs Vs Restaurateurs, where are investors best off putting their money? Read More
Everyone loves a Moily. Whilst most Indian dishes pride themselves on using scores of ingredients and combination of spices, the beautiful ‘moily’ from Kerala uses merely 6 ingredients, salt and whatever you may choose to cook in it. Even after 20 years of cooking, there has not been one instance when people haven’t been wowed Read More
You can do this dish with turkey or even duck if you like Serves 4 For the Pheasant: 4 pheasant breasts boned and skinned 1 ½ tsp – salt 1 tsp – ginger paste 1 tsp – garlic paste Marinade ½ inch piece –ginger finely chopped 4-6 Green chillies, finely chopped 1 small bunch – Read More
“Growing up in India, food was at the centre of everyday life. From festivals to wedding celebrations, huge feasts were commonplace in Asansol and it was here that I fell in love with the sights, smells and celebration of food. Even on a regular day, my mother would cook four meals a day with each Read More