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Kolkata hosts Media Connect cookery workshop with chef Sanjeev Kapoor
Tuesday, 05 June, 2018, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Our Bureau, New Delhi
Kolkata hosted a cookery workshop with chef and author Sanjeev Kapoor recently. It was organised by Media Connect and attended by Pune-based chef Shobha Indani and Ruchika Gupta, director, Sanmarg, among others. Besides imparting a host of tips and tricks, Kapoor gave practical demonstrations of and cooked a number of dishes at the interactive session. These included multi-cuisine and pure vegetarian dishes.

The dishes include Pani Puri Sorbet, Orange Feta Salad With Achari Form, Papad Nachos With Mango Salsa, Beetroot Cheese Tikki, Paneer Paturi, Veg Tagine, Mango Baked Yoghurt, Peri Peri Paneer Sliders, Pumpkin Pancake, Ratatouille Lasagna, Three Cheese Samosa, Kothimbir Wadi Waffle, Hibiscus Iced Tea, Brownie Cheese Cake, Ice Cream Three Ways - Paan, Walnut and Chikoo Jaggery, etc.

On this occasion, Ankit Agarwal, co-owner, Media Connect, said, “After the first season, which was a superhit two years ago, we feel honoured to organise this event again, because as we all know, the chef has been casting his magic spell among foodies across the globe with his delightful delicacies. We wanted Kolkata foodies to get a chance to learn from the king of chefs again.”  

Speaking about the event, Prerna Kothari Fomra, co-owner, Media Connect, said, “Sanjeev Kapoor is the most celebrated face of Indian cuisine. It is truly said that the belly rules the mind, and the master chef has proved this quote, time and again. He was here with us once again to share his cooking secrets with the City of Joy.”

“The workshop provided the participants a flight to their cooking dreams. Each and every participant gave this feedback that they started to love cooking even more after the workshop and remarked, ‘It is not every day that we get a chance to meet celebrated chef Sanjeev Kapoor, whose recipes we've tried to replicate in the kitchen for years.’”

Talking about the success of the event, Siddharth Sawansukha, managing director, Sawansukha Jewellers, said, “The workshop which showcased his magical mastery was open to chefs, housewives, connoisseurs and everyone who could gain immensely on the art of making dishes of the exotic variety from the practical lessons and pep talk that the genial and affable globe-trotting Sanjeev Kapoor delivered. It was indeed a pleasure to be a part of this event.”

The special attraction and add-on bonus for this cookery workshop was Indani, who taught surprise instant sweet dishes after the workshop for the participants. Her part was a surprise for the participants as a complimentary benefit from the organiser’s side.

She taught over 15 mithais to the participants which included Rasgulla, Chhena Roll, Chhena Sandwich, Malai Chop, Cham-Cham, Ras Madhuri, Gulab Bhog, Angur Rabdi, Kaju Pista Roll, Instant Kalakand, Anjeer Halwa, Orange Chhena Malpua, Khari Baklawa, Dry Fruit Delight, Crunchy Peanut Butter Ball, Fruit and Nut Balls and many other such sweet surprises.
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