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Atul Kochhar's Jeera Chicken and Nigel Slater's Aubergine Curry


Spicy chicken lahori curry

Atul Kochhar's hearty Chicken Lahore


photograph picture how to make recipe for spicy indian style tomato chutney How To Make a Wonderful Spicy Tomato Chutney

from Jamie Oliver

Amazing Indian dosa

I had a great conversation with Atul Kochhar at Feastival and he inspired me to go down the Indian street food vibe. Traditionally, dosa batter would have been left to ferment for a couple of days, but I think this version is more realistic to make at home. I'm so excited about this dish because it's one of those recipes where anyone can knock it out and achieve something really authentic.


Atul Kochhar’s black pepper chicken curry: This dish from Atul Kochhar is built around black pepper. It's a spicy, tangy and aromatic curry with fresh flavours. Remove the chicken skin to make this dish a little lighter.


Beef and plantain stew (Africa) recipe from Atul's Curries of the World by Atul Kochhar | Cooked

from Metro

Cook Atul Kochhar's Malaysian prawn and pineapple curry

Chef Atul Kochhars recipe for Malaysian prawn and pineapple curry was inspired by his friend Maria Mustafa (Picture: Mike Cooper)


Atul Kochhar was the first Indian chef to be awarded a Michelin star in Britain, for Tamarind in London’s Mayfair, and he now has a restaurant, Sindhu, on board P&O’s Azura. Here’s the final course in our series: one of his favourite dessert recipes. Bhapa Doi E Gooler Mishti Rose-Scented Yoghurt Pudding, Serves 4 Ingredients 200g Condensed milk

from RadioTimes

Yes Chef's Atul Kochhar on India's top foodie cities

The Yes Chef mentor takes us on a culinary tour - from gourmet Lucknow to multicultural Kochi.