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Revisit the glory of season 1 of The Chefs' Line, airing weeknights at 6.30pm on NITV and then on SBS On Demand.
“When I told my mum I was opening Kepos Street Kitchen, she said to me ‘But who’s going to eat falafel for breakfast, Michael?’.”
Mahshid Babzartabi set up a cafe to help others through "the magic of food".
Alessandro Pavoni from Ormeggio at The Spit is a champion for modern Italian cuisine, but there's a good reason he won't eat pasta.
The Chefs' Line S2 recipes
It's no wonder that butter chicken is India's most popular curry and even though there are many spices and ingredients it's all worth it at the end when you dive...
You don't need a tandoor to cook this dish - simply roast the marinated skewers in a hot oven. Just remember to leave plenty of room between the skewers for the...
This milk and rice vermicelli pudding is spiced with saffron and cardamom and sweetened with dates. Pistachios, cashews and almonds add texture. The Chefs' Line
Similar to a kofta, a seekh kebab consists of spiced ground meat shaped onto skewers and grilled. If cooking for a crowd, you can prepare the raw mince a day...
Samosas are very popular in Indian. They are often served with some kind of chilli sauce mixed up with sambal, or simply with a variety of chutneys such as...
The Chefs' Line recipes from season 1
Carne apache is a Mexican-style beef tartare, similar to ceviche in that it uses lime to cure and season the beef.
This is my modern take on ceviche - fish that has been cured with lime juice.
Mole, a complex sweet and sour velvet sauce, is a classic Mexican dish. This is a modern mole, which I learnt to make in Mexico city.
The original nachos, eaten by Mexicans for breakfast as a nifty way of using up leftover tortillas and salsa from the day before.