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Banana Peel Fritters

Banana chips are an everyday snack in the sub-continent. As chefs and hotels work towards a zero-waste and sustainable ecosystem, the emphasis on working around fruit and vegetable peels is gaining in credence. Cooking with banana peels has caught the fancy of chefs across India and jumping atop the bandwagon is Chef Vaibhav Arora from Renaissance Ahmedabad who shares an interesting recipe of fritters made from raw banana peels. Ingredients 100 gms raw banana peels 25 gms flour 0.5 ...

Cooking with Banana Peels

Green and yellow banana peels can taste as delicious as a ripe banana...if made into epicurean delights that is. When presented with an opportunity to innovate and curate, chefs can come up with truly incredible dishes that can taste heavenly. Banana peels are thick, fibrous and carry a slight bitter taste and according to nutritionists they are good source of potassium, fibre, magnesium and vitamins B6 and B12. Regular consumption of banana peels helps you sleep well at night, courtesy the ...

Slo Food Co.2 – Slow & Sustainable

Bright and airy, sleek and compact. With modern seating and minimalist design. This is the feeling we get as we walk into Slo Food Co.2, the only slow food centric restaurant in Bengaluru. With a thrust on slow cooking and everything sustainable, the restaurant is turning into a haven for wellness-conscious guests on the lookout for some gourmet offerings. A concept pioneered in the 1980s by professional gourmand Carlo Petrini, who had protested against the opening of McDonald’s near Rome’s ...

The Gorgonzola Pairing

Think of Italian cheeses, and a multitude of varietals with intricate structures, textures, tastes and flavours emerge before us. Amidst this fanfare, the blue-veined gorgonzola stands out for carrying a long-standing legacy. When we say ‘blue cheese’, it’s the pale yellow hued gorgonzola, made from cow’s milk and enmeshed with blue streaks, which commands instant recall. ‘’If you want to start on with blue cheeses, it is best to start with the gorgonzola, as it is neither too ...

Chef Talks from KL

Amidst a medley of pan Asian upscale restaurants that dot the food-rich capital of Malaysia, FLOUR stands out for its authenticity and flavour when it comes to Indian cuisine. Conceptualised by Chef Yogesh Upadhyay, FLOUR is a vision for Indian cuisine and strongly reflects the chef’s zest to dish out flavoursome, traditional food. Ingrained in the techniques of cooking since the ripe age of 13 at his father’s restaurant, Chef Upadhyay learnt the ropes early on from his parents; with a ...

Chef Talk with Hari Nayak

From New York City to Riyadh and Dubai to Bangalore and soon Bangkok, celebrity chef, author, food consultant and globetrotter Hari Nayak has been a darling of global gastronomy. A graduate from the Culinary Institute of American in NYC, Chef Nayak polished his skills by working with legendary chefs like Daniel Bolud, Marcus Samuelson and Albert Adria and leveraged his learnings to open 8 upscale restaurants round the world. As he readies himself for his next big foray, The Chef Post caught up ...