On 7th feb 2013 at hotel Shangri-La Michelin star chef Vikas Khanna launched his book called “Khanna Sutra”, which they called is inspired from Kam Sutra. He is probably one of the youngest chefs who’s restaurant Junoon in New york won Michelin star after nine month of their operation and it’s a benchmark. Junoon , where Vikas Khanna is the master chef, serves Indian cuisine and it’s famous Patiala lounge serves contemporary cocktail with concoction of varied range of herbs.
Event was crowded as expected and people asked different kind of question and he answered all of them with a big smile. The interaction had been sweet, simple and he seemed pretty down to earth. I have been a great fan of him and follow him very closely. .
About The Book
Khanna Sutra: Food Lessons in Love is a lasting legacy in love. Classified into sections like Aphrodisiacs, Soups, Salads, Fish & Shellfish, Meat & Poultry, Vegetables, Sides, Desserts and Drinks, each recipe of Khanna Sutra has an international edge. Be it Avocado Soup with Spicy Salsa, or Crispy Okra Salad with Dried Mango Strips, Pan-Seared Orange-Saffron Salmon, Ginger-Infused Foie Gras, Rhubarb with Fennel Seeds and Himalayan Salt, or even Plantains Slow-Cooked in Tamarind-Mint Curry, the recipes mark an adventurous departure from conventional tastes.
Chef Vikas Khanna experiments with unusual combinations of flavours, creating in the process, bold and sensuous food experiences for anyone trying recipes from Khanna Sutra. And through this passionate and sensuous journey, Chef Vikas Khanna continues to refine and redefine his Khanna Sutra.
Size: 203.2 mm x 254 mm
About The Author
Vikas Khanna is an award-winning, Michelin-Starred Indian chef and restaurateur. He grew up in Amritsar, India, and learned to cook from his grandmother. At the age of 17, he opened his own catering company and has never looked back. He graduated from the Welcomgroup Graduate School of Hotel Administration, and studied at the Culinary Institute of America, Cornell University, New York University, and the prestigious Le Cordon Bleu, Paris.
Settled in New York for over a decade, Vikas Khanna is one of New York City’s top-rated chefs with his work at Salaam Bombay, The Café at the Rubin Museum, and the highly regarded Junoon. He is also recognised for his humanitarian efforts with SAKIV, New York Chefs Cooking for Life, and his documentary film series, Holy Kitchens.
Chef Vikas Khanna is a household name for his television appearances on Martha Stewart, Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen, Kitchen Nightmares, Throwdown with Bobby Flay, and as a host of MasterChef, India.