Foodies100 goes to Cookery School with Tefal


How do you make a food blogger’s day? Send them to a cookery class of course!

Foodies100 bloggers went to L’atelier des Chefs cookery school in London last week for a masterclass making Indian food with Tefal.


L’atelier des Chefs is the UK’s most popular cookery school. Located centrally 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.

On the menu was

  • Tandoori marinated chicken skewers
  • Karahi Okra and potato curry
  • Coriander chutney
  • Roti

Working in two teams the food was prepared using the Tefal Ingenio range of cookware.

Tefal Ingenio Cookware

The Ingenio cookware concept is built around ingenious handles that attach and detach with just one click, allowing Tefal_Ingenio_Logosyou to not only save space storing them in the cupboard, but to maximise the use of your cookware through versatility. It allows you to transfer your cooking from the hob to the oven and then direct to the table – all in the same dish. Tefal Ingenio is available in three complete ranges (Induction, Enamel and Essential). Everyone was impressed with the versatility of the pans and L’atelier des Chefs has equipped its London cookery schools with Tefal Ingenio cookware.

The food was fantastic and all the more tasty because it was prepared by en mass! If only every meal could be made like that, it would make light work of cooking.

We have a special 10% Off promo code valid for the L’atelier des Chefs  60min, 90min and 2hr classes if you use the code: TEFAL10 and with such a huge range on offer there is something for everyone. If you fancy learning how to make sushi, or brushing up on your pastry making skills, or perhaps you want to learn how to make macaroons? The choice is huge.

Read more about the event and recipes…

Thanks to Tefal and L’atelier des Chefs for a fabulous Indian cooking masterclass.






Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

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