Indian cuisine has its presence throughout the world. But what has accelerated this process is India’s famous chefs. Over the course of recent years, these chefs have made this position by working in the kitchen and bringing out their art of cooking in front of everyone. Each chef has his/her own unique identity that sets him/her apart. Let’s discuss about the best of chefs that India has produced.
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Ranveer Brar is considered to be India’s most stylish chef. Hailing from Punjab, Ranveer’s first cooking experience was at age of six in a Gurudwara’s langar. He got most of his culinary education from Lucknow’s old streets. He launched a French Asian restaurant named Banq that won the award by Wallpaper magazine for “Best New Restaurant in the World.” He has been a host of a number of TV shows and is a judge of MasterChef India.
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This star chef started his culinary journey in Amritsar in his grandmother’s kitchen. This Michelin star chef has won many awards. He has worked with the best chefs throughout the world. These include Gordon Ramsay and Bobby Flay. He lives in New York and runs a very popular restaurant, Junoon. The People Magazine named him ‘Sexiest Man Alive’ in 2011. He also hosted a dinner party for US president Obama.
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Madhur Jaffery is not just a great chef, but she is also an actress who acted in more than 20 films. Known as the ‘Queen of Curries’, Madhur Jaffery has written more than 15 cookery books. Her first book named ‘An Invitation to Indian Cookery’ appeared in 1973.
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Sanjeev Kapoor needs no introduction. He is the most famous face in the Indian cooking arena. His TV show Khana Khazana is the longest running cooking shows of Asia. He broke the world record for preparing world’s largest jalebi and imarti.
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Tarla Dalal’s name is recognized by most Indians. Tarla Dalal started her career by hosting cooking classes in her home in 1966 after she got married. Her first cookbook was published in 1974 with the name of ‘Pleasure of Vegetarian Cooking’. Her specialty was Gujarati cuisine and healthy cooking. She has written more than 100 cookbooks. She died in 2013 but her gifts to the world are still cherished.
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She is the founder of one of India’s largest publishing house for cookbooks. Three of her cookbooks have won international awards and she has published over 600 cookbooks. She conducts various cooking programs throughout the world. Her institute Nita Mehta Cooking Classes is very popular in Delhi.
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Manish Mehrotra started a Delhi-based eatery named Indian Accent. He is well known for his contribution to the traditional Indian cuisine. He won many awards including ‘Foodistan’, a game show by NDTV GoodTimes, Vir Sanghvi Award, HT City Crystal Awards, Best Chef of 2010 and 2012, and American Express Best Chef of the Year.
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Anjum Anand is a well-known British Indian chef. She has a good television presence. Besides cooking she holds a degree in European business administration. She once worked at Park Royal Hotel, New Delhi as waitress.
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This Indian celebrity chef is the proud owner of Diva, a restaurant well known in Delhi. Ritu came to fame with the cookery show known as “Italian Khana” in NDTV Good Times. The show ran for three seasons. Her first book came in 2009.
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He is another Indian chef who has made his reputation throughout the world. He is regarded as one of the best Indian chefs of North America. He runs a food service consultancy. Besides this, Hari is a great author who has written many books. His most famous book is “Modern Indian Cooking”.
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