I’ve always dabbled in Indian cookery as it’s one of my favourite cuisines, but I’ve never quite been able to master it. So I was very excited when I found out what we’d be cooking.
The menu was:
L’atelier des Chefs is proud to be the UK’s most popular cookery school! Located in London’s Oxford Circus and St Paul’s, last year they taught over 30,000 people how to master a wide range of cuisines and skills earning them a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
The staff were very helpful and welcoming, so it is no surprise they do so well. The group I was with were also great fun. We each took it in turn to prep the food, which also included a paneer version for any vegetarians.
We cooked the food using the Tefal ingenio range, which I must admit I hadn’t heard of. It’s basically sets of pans with a removable handle. They come with the infamous Tefal non stick coating, but some are available without it too so you don’t have to have all non-stick.
Sounds good right? But I couldn’t actually appreciate how good it was until I used it, and had some sent to me at home too to test fully. There are so many features that I love, I felt it best to list them for you!
Don’t just take my word for it, they also have a video which sums up the range really well too.
I have loved using the Tefal ingenio range at home, and am grateful to Tefal for the gift. Things I’ve cooked with it so far are:
If you like the sound of the class at Ataliers des chefs, I would thoroughly recommend going! For any readers I also have this great discount code too, which saves 10% and is valid on 60min, 90min and 2hour classes. Just use the code TEFAL10
I'm Lisa and this is the Lovely Appetite blog. I’m always experimenting with recipes, hunting through cookbooks for inspiration or trying out new places to eat. Please browse the site and enjoy reading about my findings.