Cooking classes for hot shot chefs

CURRY CHEF Prett Tejura runs cookery courses.
CURRY CHEF Prett Tejura runs cookery courses.
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An award-winning Dewsbury couple are sharing their expertise with food-lovers.

Curry Cuisine, run by husband and wife Paresh and Prett Tejura, has introduced a cookery school in Wakefield to teach others the art of Indian cooking.

The courses will specialise in authentic Asian dishes, with classes for beinners, experienced cooks and even children.

Starting this month, on August 24, the sessions will run for the rest of the year.

The firm, known for its range of traditional chutneys, jams and condiments, has also announced a new online store to meet customer demand.

Director Paresh Tejura said: “As demand has grown for both our retail product range and our cookery school courses, we are delighted to now be able to differentiate our offers in two new websites.

“We hope these are now more clear and offer concise messaging and that the online shop will increase our national customer base further.”

Firms can also hire Curry Cusine’s cookery courses for team building exercises outside of work, a service already snapped up by HBOS.