Taste Of British Curry Festival To Have Indian Flavour
A top British chef has been invited to India to teach his secret recipes of curries to Indians.
London: A top British chef has been invited to India to teach his secret recipes of curries to Indians.
Syed Ahmed, director of the 'Taste of Britain Curry Festival' will host a food festival in Chennai in March after wowing locals of east London with his team's Indian-inspired dishes, and will teach Indians how to make their own national dish better, the Daily Star reported.
The 53-year-old chef shared his secret of success and said that he always take care of not overdoing spices in the dishes, but actually Indians are tend to do so.
The Brit chef said that British curries are way different from what Indians eat every day, as in India people do not get to taste oregano or thyme herbs with chicken tikka or roast lamb, with plum sauce.
The owner of Curry Life magazine will be teaching more than 70 dishes in the event, including spicy fish and chips, lamb pasanda with apricot and chicken balti with asparagus and broccoli.