L’atelier des Chefs is the UK’s most popular cookery school! It is located in London’s Oxford Circus and St Paul’s and last year they taught over 30,000 people how to master a wide range of cuisines and skills earning them a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence. The staff were incredibly friendly and welcoming and made us feel right at home and well cared for so I’m not surprised that they are so popular!
The recipes we created were:
- Tandoori marinated chicken skewers (or paneer for us veggies)
- Karahi Okra and potato curry
- Coriander chutney
We all took turns doing the prep and cooking under the watchful eye of chef Dahlia who also showed us some nifty knife skills and cooking techniques. All of the food was cooked using the Tefal Ingenio range of pans; I hadn’t come across them before but they are amazing! They consist of a neatly stackable range of pans and lids with removable handles, making them perfect for saving space in small kitchens. They are also incredibly versatile due to the removable handles – you can start cooking on the hob then transfer the pan of food to the oven to finish cooking and remove the handle – SO handy!
The removeable handles also mean that they fit in the cupboards and fridge much more neatly and don’t take up as much space; they also don’t just come with lids for cooking, but have plastic covers that fit on top of the pans so they can double up as a container for even easier fridge storage and no need to waste clingfilm! (And it saves on washing up – always a bonus in my book). The range has replaced several of my outdated pans and I am loving using them so far!
After cooking we got to all sit down and enjoy the delicious food, along with a glass of wine; but not before we’d all had a chance to take the obligatory food blogger photos!
If you liked the sound of the class, L’atelier des Chefs offer a huge variety of cooking classes so there’s something for everyone, I really recommend going! Here is a 10% Off promo code valid on their 60min, 90min and 2hr classes = TEFAL10
This post is sponsored by Tefal, opinions are as always my own.