Due to the current lockdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic we are unable to visit our favourite restaurants to enjoy the spoils of another chef's labour.
However this doesn’t mean we should deny ourselves the delicious taste and flavour of our best-loved meals, and luckily restaurants are keen to help us out.
Last week we had McDonald’s share how to make their famous Sausage and Egg McMuffin, and now Wagamama are set to follow suit.
The pan-Asian chain eatery is launching online tutorials to show customers and fans how to make some of their most delicious dishes including their famous katsu curry. The series is playfully titled ‘Wok From Home’ and will begin on Wednesday on Facebook, Instagram, IGTV and Youtube.
The classes will be run by executive chef Steve Mangleshot, who has been with the company for over 20 years, and he will begin by sharing his expertise on how to make katsu curry, obv.
Because of the lockdown, the classes will take place in his kitchen at home where he lives with his wife and children. He will also only be using appliances the most people have in their kitchen, so the class can be followed by those that aren’t experienced.
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The executive chef will be demonstration easy skills as well as tricks of the trade so by the end of the course you can be just like a Wagamama cook.
The series will go live on Wednesdays (Waga Wednesdays) when Steve shares his recipe video, but then on Fridays he will also do a store cupboard cooking challenge, which will mean that he will create wonderful new dishes from limited ingredients.
Steve said: “This is the first time in 20 years that I’ve gone this long without cooking Wagamama food and to be honest, I’m missing it. So, I thought I’d bring the Wagamama kitchen home so we can all get our Wagamama fix!”
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However the culinary star did warn about the production value of whole thing, saying it: “might not be up to our usual standard as it will be shot on an iPhone 11 but to be honest we’re making this up as we go along! My wife is the producer/ director and my kids are the sous chefs. So it’s gonna be interesting!
“We have all been forced to prepare more food at home than we normally do and I want this regular online show to teach you how you can be a decent chef in no time. I also want to create a sense of community through our food, just like we do in all our restaurants.”
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