Tefal to host live cooking demos at food fest
Dubai, March 8, 2009
Tefal, the makers of non-stick Teflon coated pots and pans will be using the Taste of Dubai exhibition, to showcase their new products through live cooking demonstrations.
One of the leading chefs from Al Mijana Restaurant, Le Meridien Airport Dubai, Chef Emad will offer cooking advice, including recipes, cooking techniques and practical tips and features useful to culinary students, housewives and food lovers alike, using the new Tefal Actifry, Vitacuisine and Clipso Cooker range.
Taste of Dubai 2009 is scheduled to take place at the Dubai Media City from March 11 to 14. Main attractions of the event include restaurants and dishes, entertainment, celebrity chefs and award warning cuisine.
'We will be introducing Nutritious and Delicious range of Tefal cookware which includes the Vitacuisine steamer, and Actifry, a fryer which can cook a kilo of potato chips with just a spoon of oil. French fries cooked using Tefal’s Actifry contain fat content as low as 3 per cent,' said Vincent Berry, marketing director Groupe SEB Export-Dubai.
'For a busy homemaker, steam cooking saves time as different kinds of food placed in different containers in the Vitacuisine could be cooked in one go.'
'For example, vegetables could be cooked with fish or chicken without the taste of these food groups spilling into the other thanks to the unique Vitacuisine patented solution and you get even more vitamins thanks to the unique Vitamine+ function.'-TradeArabia News Service
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