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The "Indian Cooking Show " is one of the activities to celebrate the 45th founding anniversary of Vietnam-India diplomatic relations (January 7, 1972 - 2017) and 10 years of the Vietnam-India strategic partnership (July 2007 - 2017). 
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Despite the hot weather, a large number of people, mainly women and food lovers, came to the event, enjoying the demonstration of unique cooking techniques. 
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The main chef of the cooking show was Gaurav Malhotra, a famous chef from New Delhi. He has had the opportunities to serve the Indian Prime Minister and other senior leaders. 
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With the aid from his assistant, Gaurav demonstrated how to make three popular, easy-to-make Indian dishes, namely Kebab Pudina, Noor-e-mahi and Phirnee. 
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The unique feature of Indian dishes is the harmonious combination of many different ingredients, most of which are milk, nuts and spices.  
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The two chefs were cooking Noor-e-mahi. The main ingredient to cook this dish is fish. It is a very popular dish in Northern India
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Kebab Pudina is also a dish from Northern India, but it is a combination of cheese and mint leaves. All the dishes introduced at the show are very easy to make and very popular in Indian meals. 
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The final dish at the cooking show was a dessert, called Phirnee. Chef Malhotra with his excellent cooking skills and deep understanding of the Indian cuisine took the audience to a new world of food taste and decoration. 
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There was also a quiz and a tasting test to find lucky people at the end of the event. 
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Speaking of his feeling about his first visit to Vietnam, Chef Gaurav Malhotra said, he was very surprised that many Vietnamese are interested in the Indian cuisine. His cooking show aimed to introduce and teach Vietnamese people how to cook Indian food at home.

Source: CAND

Translated by Linh Chi