A few weeks ago, we were invited to the L’atelier Des Chefs cookery school in London for an Indian cooking class to try out the wonderful Tefal Ingenio pans. I was very excited when I found out what we were cooking, as Indian food has always been a favourite cuisine to me, but I never got to master it.
Upon arrival we were greeted by the Tefal team and the L’atelier des chefs team. The cooking class started by the professional chef Dahlia explaining to us what we were going to make, and showed us how to properly chop up and prepare the ingredients. Each of us was given a chopping board with a knife and we started preparing the Indian feast.
The recipes that we made:
- Tandoori marinated chicken skewers
- Karahi Okra and potato curry
- Coriander chutney
There was also a vegetarian tandoori paneer dish for the vegetarians in our group.
We were all given the chance to contribute to cooking the dishes, and we took turns between each other as we had to grind the spices, knead the dough and cook the food on the stove. Everything that we cooked was made in the incedible Ingenio pans by Tefal. The pans come in different sizes, they are neatly stackable, and are very versatile due to the removable handles. The fact that the handles are removable is amazing as it means that I can fry/brown the food on the hob, then remove the handle and put the pan with the food the oven to continue cooking.
The pans not only come with the detachable handles, but also with glass lids for cooking and plastic lids to use the pans as containers to store the food. I found this very useful as it means that I don’t need to transfer the food to a different container for storage, or use clingfilm to cover it.
Ingenio handles are proven to hold a weight of up to 10kg and come with a 10 years guarantee, and most of the pans have a non-stick coating that Tefal are famous for. However, you don’t need to get the non-stick ones if you are looking for pans that work on induction hobs as they do offer special pans for that.
These pans go from hob to oven to table and even to the fridge. Sounds amazing, right? Make sure to pop over to the Tefal UK website for more information.
L’atelier des Chefs is the UK’s most popular cookery school, last year they taught over 30,000 people how to master different cuisines of the world. They are located in London’s Oxford Circus and St Paul’s, If you like the sound of the class at Ataliers des chefs, I would recommend that you go.
The food was absolutely delicious, and I really enjoyed the cooking class and the company!
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