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Cook like a chef from your home with these recipes

CELEBRITY CHEFS. (L-R) Chefs Josh Boutwood, Happy Ongpauco, Kalel Chan, and Nicco Santos.

All photos by Jay Ganzon/Rappler

MANILA, Philippines – Do you consider yourself a foodie? How many times has this happened to you?

You visit a restaurant. You try a dish, it’s the chef’s specialty. It blows your mind, and you say “if only I could eat this every day.” You end up convincing yourself, you’ll learn the dish so your friends and family could try it too! But then, your thoughts drag you straight back down to earth. It’s a restaurant dish, no way is it simple! It must take so much preparation, you think. Who has the skill and the time for that?

You’re caught in a foodie dilemma.

The Knorr Test Kitchen

There’s a way though — easy-to-make restaurant quality dishes. And four celebrity chefs were inspired to share their secrets to their simple but delicious specialties at The Knorr Test Kitchen event held at the Greenbelt 3 Open Park last March.

Here are the celebrity chefs and their specialty dishes you could do from the comforts of your home.

Chef Nicco Santos’ Coffee Pork Ribs

Chef Nicco Santos of Your Local specializes in Southeast Asian flavors.

Inspired by his travels, Chef Nicco made a version of this Singaporean staple that adds more herbs but also cuts marination time from overnight to 1-2 hours.

As a mom, Chef Happy designed her dish, Garlic Fried Chicken, as comfort food that’s both kid-friendly and easy-to-make, allowing her to spend more time with her family.

A chef renowned for modern Asian fusion cuisine, Chef Kalel Chan of Raintree Restaurants merged two distinct Filipino and Japanese favorites in his Pork Sisig Gyoza.

For Chef Kalel, what binds his dish is the right balance of flavor. He intentionally replaced patis for SavorRich to add a punch of meaty flavor.

ROAST CHICKEN WITH BARLEY PORRIDGE.

Photo from Knorr

Chef Josh Boutwood, of Savage and Helm fame, is a master of Western fine dining.

For his dish, Roast Chicken with Barley Porridge, he emphasizes the power of right marinades. He uses SavorRich to reduce marination time but at the same time keeping flavors intact.

What dish are you most excited to try out? – Rappler.com

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