Who is the next Indian Super Chef?

cookery comp

Compete or be in the audience, this is an event not to be missed!​

Indian cuisine is an art. It is multi-dimensional, representing the rich heritage of the subcontinent history and influence of variety of cultures that came to take but stayed back to give. Indian cooking is all about using the natural flavours of multitude of spices and how they interact with each other to not only tantalise your palate but also provide health benefits.

Indian cuisine continues to evolve as it keeps on drawing from foods from all over the world. However, it remains innovative due to the use of spices that can bring subtle changes reflecting the spirit of adventure that the subcontinent represents. The possible permutations with a myriad of spices are merely limited by the chef’s imagination! Perhaps that is why it has attracted the adventurous Australian palate making Indian cuisine one of the most favoured food for a lot of Australians.

It was therefore a “no-brainer” for us to bring this challenge to the residents of the Hunter region and provide them a serious platform to bring out their best recipes and test their culinary skills against the best region has to offer. Are you one of them?

Come and join in the challenge: Indian Super Chef. Open for Hunter residents it will be conducted on March 22, 2014 on Saturday from 1.30pm for 2pm start. Venue is Cameron Park Community Centre, Cameron Park, Newcastle and  15 contestants have confirmed participation.

Please click on following links for more information and to stay in touch with latest developments on the event.

Please do not hesitate to contact the organizers for any clarifications or queries:

Web: http://indiansuperchef.wix.com/superchef

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/IndianSuperChef

Contact:

Mrs. Promila Gupta: 0432 326 051

Email: indiansuperchef@gmail.com

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