In true MasterChef eviction style.
Choose your comrade wisely.
We were tasked to make soft corn, hand-pressed tortillas with 3 different toppings.
1) Sticky smoked chipotle chicken
2) Sautéed spinach with herbs and feta cheese
3) Spicy roasted corn salsa
With a side of smashed guacamole and tomato salsa.
Ready steady go!
We all channelled our inner-Jamie Oliver and were slicing and dicing our onions like true samurai.
With multiple pans and saucepans ablazing, we were searing chicken in one, and frying our sweet corn with onions.
It finally happened.
We were CHEFS.
Look at me go with my samurai sword for a knife. (If only it was just as sharp as one)
Everything looks and tastes so much better when you make it yourself.
So bask in that sense of accomplishment.
You’ve earned it.
Once you finish cooking, you get to indulge your creations.
Whilst grinning ear to ear as everyone oohs and ahh’s at your culinary skills.
Thank you Farfetch & Recipease by Jamie Oliver for such an insightful evening.
I know I definitely picked up a skill or two that evening.
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