By Hindustan Times
Mumbai, Nov. 29 -- Celebrity chef Sanjeev Kapoor has a lot of action planned for the next six months. His current culinary reality show, FoodFood Mahachallenge, closes on Friday.
Even before the show closes, he's started shooting for another series, which is a cooking crash course of sorts on the small screen. It will go on air soon with Kapoor dishing out everything from quick and healthy breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner recipes to basic and advanced techniques for amateur cooks.
"I've realised over the years that along with the recipes that most cookery shows will discuss, we also need to speak about cooking techniques a little more in detail. Our focus is always on ingredients and their quantity but ideally, it should be balanced between the ingredients and the techniques to use them in a dish," reasons Sanjeev, a