Dineout Unveils ‘SteppinOut Cookbook’ Series with Celebrity Chefs

Every participant would receive a list of ingredients & equipment well in advance so they can have an immersive first hand cooking lesson with the star chefs.
  • Nusra Deputy Features Editor
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Dining out and restaurant tech platform, Dineout has launched yet another industry-first initiative to help Indian food-lovers savor their favorite dishes at home.

With an exclusive range of weekend masterclasses covering 20+ dishes across 8 cuisines, the brand is set to help foodies around the country upgrade their culinary skills from the convenience of their home.

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Hosted by widely acclaimed celebrity chefs like Suvir Saran, Saby Gorai, Tarun Sibal, Shri Bala, Surbhi Sehgal, Anagha Godbole, Nishant Choubey and Mohammad Eliyaz, these specially curated 2-4 hour long themed workshops such as ‘European Cuisine’, ‘Modern Classic’, ‘Mangalorean Cuisine’, ‘Street Food’, ‘Rustic ItalianCuisine’, & ‘Sinful Desserts’ among others are specially designed keeping in mind the average home kitchen and availability of ingredients.

Every participant would receive a list of ingredients & equipment well in advance so they can have an immersive first hand cooking lesson with the star chefs.

Additionally, a detailed step-by-step online guide would be shared with them at the end of the session for reference. Early Bird Tickets start at Rs. 999.

“With our newest online SteppinOut Cookbook series, ametuer home chefs would now have a go-to destination to learn how to cook elaborate four course meals from some of the biggest and most influential celebrity chefs in the country,” shared Ankit Mehrotra, Co-Founder & CEO – Dineout.

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Dineout’s recently concluded Home Masterchef contest saw more than 10,000 participants upload over 60,000 home-cooked dishes & recipes. Both newbies & those with experienced hands joined in the mega cook-off to make the most of the opportunity and win exciting prizes every week.

Contrary to the age-old myth about Indian men neglecting culinary skills, more than 55% of participants were men, with a record number of chefs cooking up their favorite Dessert and non-veg recipes to enjoy their ‘made-at-home’ lockdown treats.

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