THE RANDIN CHEF
Good Cooking Made Easy!
Unfortunately, we’ve had to cancel all our upcoming workshops due to Coronavirus. Such a pity as we were just gaining momentum!
We hope to resume our workshops soon, but in the meantime if you’re looking for a date night, mother’s day, father’s day or birthday present idea for the coming months, please consider getting a voucher for an Indian Cooking Workshop with The Randin Chef
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When I first heard a description of how an Indian biryani is made, it sounded very much like how you would make a Spanish paella. Though after making biryani myself a few times now, I must admit that the cooking process is far different from that of a paella
As my Indian wife always says, “There’s no other dish that’s more comforting than a plate of dahl and rice!” Lentils and rice are a staple in any Indian household
Palak Tofu is my take on a popular dish from the Punjab region of India called Palak Paneer, which is made of spinach (Palak) and cheese (paneer).
I’m Michel Randin and welcome to The Randin Chef the site that makes good cooking easy and celebrates my passion for Indian cuisine. And like our national dish, the cheese fondue, I’m 100% Swiss.
My Indian wife loves to eat a curry and rice dinner with her fingers and like many members of her family she says that the food “just tastes better”. There must be some truth to this. According to some experts, eating with your hands “intensifies your relationship with food” but it’s also good for your gut, helps you eat slower, manage food portioning and to stay thinner!
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