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Exceptional facts about Chef Vikas Khanna

14/11/2018

By Avni Jain

Image result for happy birthday gifExceptional facts about Chef Vikas Khanna

Food, looks and personality, Chef Vikas Khanna has it all. The 46 old Indian-American chef, restaurateur, social worker, judge and director, carries it all with class and competence. The man has a great history to his life and career and there are some hush things, that he is never talked off.

He was born with misaligned legs and feet and was operated when he was just 2 weeks old.

Vikas’ book ‘Utsav’ weighs 16 kilograms. The book shares the vibrant history and culinary legacy of India’s festivals. The book has a golden crust.written with the gold link, the 1200 page cookbook, costs 8 lakhs. Khanna took more than 12 years to complete his masterpiece.Vikas gifted Utsav to the then, American President Barack Obama as a token of love and gratitude.

He is the man who started his first catering business, just at the age of 17 in Amritsar, Punjab. He is the same man who struggled for his basic meals during his early times in New York.

He is the brains behind the first culinary equipment museum of the world. The museum that will showcase utensils and cooking equipment used in Indian households.

His favourite South Indian dish is the ‘Chettinad cuisine’.According to Vikas, the dish has an amazing influence from Burma. The use of the coconut is so different from others.

Out of all the things he does, he likes to be involved in ‘Farming’. He likes to learn about the natural farming method.

Director-Producer, Karan Johar, offered him a film, which he rejected, for his love and passion for food.

Khanna never fails to impress the world with his intelligence, intellect and talent.

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