ICH Hongkong teaches guests to recreate Michelin Star dishes

You will always have to option of experiencing and enjoying fine cuisine at Michelin starred restaurants, but to be able to make those fancy dishes at home having learnt to make them from celebrated chefs is another feeling altogether. InterContinental HongKong announced their 2015 Cooking with the Culinary Stars series.

ich-hongkong-guests-michelin-star-dishes-2The guests have a once in a lifetime opportunity to learn from and cook with chefs from the property’s Michelin starred restaurants.

ich-hongkong-guests-michelin-star-dishes-3The restaurants part of this series are Spoon by Alain Ducasse, The Steak House winebar +grill, Nobu and Yan Toh Heen.

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Participants will be taught to create international cuisines like Japanese, Cantonese, French and American. Speciality dishes like dry miso sashimi and Canadian lobster will be taught by these celebrated chefs. After each session, the guests will finish by dining on the dishes that they have created, along with an official certificate and recipes from the chefs and a Cooking with the Cukinary Stars Apron.

The Spoon Pastry chef and the Executive pastry chef, will host a Baking Club, where the will teach the art of cake and dessert making and creating mouth watering delicacies like sweet and sour lemon cheesecake, milk chocolate macarons, salt caramel choux and chocolate fondant. The baking participants will also receive a certificate of completion, an apron, a pastry equipment set and recipes from the chef.

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The programmes are approximately $245 each. So don your chef’s hat and get ready to create dishes like your favourite chefs do.

[Via – Justluxe]

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