Meet Chef Jatin Sethi

Knorr Kitchen

Meet Chef Jatin Sethi

Elated, exuberant, joyful – all describe how Chef Jatin Sethi feels about food.

Elated, exuberant, joyful – all describe how Chef Jatin Sethi feels about food.

His love for spices from India, fresh ingredients and homemade chicken curry cooked by his own mum inspired him to become the experienced and multi-talented chef he is today. Chef Jatin has travelled to every nook and cranny of India and has cooked in many famous hotel kitchens in different regions of India. Being exposed to Mediterranean, Chinese, Thai and Italian cuisines through his years of experience at the Taj Group of Hotels, Chef Jatin brings his diverse understanding of ingredients and flavour to Knorr’s kitchen. 

Inside Knorr’s Kitchen

Jatin Sethi is currently the Lead Innovation Chef for Knorr South Asia. With different exposures to global cuisines, Chef Jatin crafts recipes that embody the changing tastes of South Asians today. Working closely with the Sri Lankan Knorr Chef’s, he has been instrumental in developing products like Knorr Easy to Cook Chinese and Italian ranges as well as seasonings like Knorr Maldivefish Powder Mix and Chicken Powder Mix. He truly is a valuable member of the Knorr Team who helps to provide tasty and healthy food products and recipes, which keep true to their natural flavours and add diversity to your meals at home. 

International Cuisines at Home

Through the Knorr kitchen, Chef Jatin serves up quite a few well-loved international cuisines right on to your table. Italy’s most versatile sauces, the Alfredo or white sauce and the Arrabiata or red sauce allow you to create a variety of different pastas in your own kitchen. Jatin brings you piquant flavours of China like the fiery hot Chinese Chilli Recipe Mix, the tangy Chinese Sweet & Sour Recipe Mix and the delicious Chinese Vegetable Chopsuey Recipe Mix.

Expert Advice from Jatin

  1. Lose your inhibitions and follow your instinct! Prepare your meals the way you would want to eat them, feel confident and assured everybody will love what you cook and return for more.
  2. Cook your food over a slow flame so flavours can intensify and mingle. The outcome is a dish that’s often unrivalled in taste and texture. 
  3. Have atleast 3 different varieties of knives in your kitchen – a stainless steel chef’s knife, a medium-sized serrated edged knife and a small paring knife.
 
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