Harpal Singh Sokhi is a celebrity chef from India. Also known as the “Energy Chef of India”, he is now a “Dancing Chef Of India”. Chef Sokhi anchored Grand Trunk Rasoi Season 1, he also started his fine-dine restaurant Karigiri in Noida, New Delhi, and one of the largest clubs in the country, club D’Neo at Jalandhar, Punjab.
He is known as the most entertaining and energetic chef and is a sought-after name within the Indian food industry. Chef Sokhi was awarded as the Best Chef of the Year in the year 2016 by National Indo-Australian Cultural by the Victorian Council Australia, for promoting Indian food and culture in Australia.
He also has achieved the Iconic Achievers Award 2018 and the Food Fusion Leadership Awards 2018, among other notable recognition.
Chef Sokhi is amongst the top five food Youtubers honoured by Google in the year 2014. He was further recognized as the top 100 channels on food on YouTube.
These trial and error experimentations with food led her to know what her true passion is. As a well-known chef, Khatri has flown and served famous actors like Shahrukh Khan, Salman Khan, Ranbir Kapoor, to politicians Rajnath Singh, Nitin Gadkari, to name a few.
Chef Kunal Kapoor believes practicing food sustainability by growing your own herbs, fruits, and vegetables is something we should all practice to propel the food sustainability movement. The celebrity chef speaks exclusively to IANSlife about what to expect for the food industry in 2022
Having curated a food festival that brings to town culinary treasures from the Tamil city of Tiruchirapalli, Chef Khanna highlights that there are many misconceptions relating to cuisine from Southern Indian states, which make for a rich culinary bouquet in themselves.
In the series, Brar talks about how India and Pakistan share a lot of commonalities ranging from history, culture, language, and cuisine, how food has the power to blur the differences between the countries.
With Justin Narayan, an Australian youth pastor of Fiji Indian origin, becoming the second person of Indian descent to win MasterChef Australia, wowing the judges with his Indian take on chicken tacos, it's now official: Indian flavours have arrived and are there to stay in Oz.