Step Up Your Kitchen Game With Tefalphabet

by Tefal Team on 05 October 2016
  • When it comes to cooking, no one can know absolutely everything. Whether you’re always up for trying new things, can’t do more than boil an egg or have the knife skills of a Michelin Star chef, there’s always going to be something new to learn about.

    Many of us can get stuck in a routine in the kitchen though and don’t like to venture outside of our comfort zones. This can mean we’re afraid to pick up something new during our weekly supermarket shop or that we cook the same few meals every week.

  • But learning a few new cooking skills can not only make meal time more interesting for you and your family, but also help you make healthier meals and get more enthusiasm for cooking.

    This is why we’re launching Tefalphabet – an A-Z of cooking tips that will have you cooking better by the letter! No matter what your skill level in the kitchen, you’re sure to get some great information to help you step up your game and start experimenting with different dishes and ingredients – or to start cooking in the first place.

    We’ve teamed up with professional chefs from the UK’s most popular cookery school, L’Atelier des Chefs, to bring you a series of tips on everything from what cupboard essentials should go in your trolley during your weekly shop, to new ingredients you can try at home, and even how to salvage a meal you think might be ruined.

  • We want to give you more confidence in the kitchen so you can really embrace the joy of cooking with Tefalphabet.

    For all the latest Tefalphabet tips, make sure you’re following us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram – and check in regularly with the blog to see what tips we have for you each week. Keep up with each of the letters of the Tefalphabet and you could totally transform yourself into a kitchen whiz in no time!

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