9 Celebrity Chefs & Their Signature Dishes

Every artist has a signature style that sets him or her apart from the rest. Cooking too is an art, which invariably makes chef artist. Needless to say, chefs have a signature style of cooking or signature recipe that is unique to only their kitchen and stove. Here are 9 top-notch celeb chefs, their signature dish and how to make them.


  1. Pork Schnitzel by Wolfgang Puck

The famous LA-based celebrity cook takes pride in his deep-fried Krobuta pork cutlets served with a side of potatoes. Get the recipe here.


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  1. Paella with Shrimp & Squid by José Andrés

A classic Spanish preparation by a native who happens to be an expert in the kitchen it just doesn’t get better than this recipe!


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  1. Fig & Prosciouto Salad by Mette Williams

With a fair share of experience in top-notch kitchens like Soho House & Spago, Chef Williams’ prowess with this fig & prosciouto salad cannot be questioned. Find the recipe here.

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  1. Roasted Beef Wellington by Gordon Ramsay

Served at his blingy eatery in Vegas, the roasted beef wellington is a delicious dish with pan-seared beef fillets wrapped in pastry, Parma ham and duxelle (mushroom paste). Here’s the full mouth-watering recipe.

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  1. Chilled Spring Pea Soup by Daniel Boulud

A spring special by the chef, this one’s a rich, thick, healthy and unmistakably green soup prides itself with a mix of sweet peas, snap peas, snow peas, pea shoots and favas. Here’s how you can make some.


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  1. Steak Sarnie by Jamie Oliver

A steak sarnie involves some caramelized onions, meat and a baguette. This dish is a Jamie Oliver special and is one the faous recipes from his comfort food cookbook. Here’s how you can make it.


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  1. Black Cod with Miso by Nobu Matsuhisa

The mere sight of the charred and perfectly cooked surface of the fish gives our taste buds the feels. The dish is easy but a tad time consuming, here’s the recipe for you to try your hand at it.


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  1. Soy Paper King Crab Hand Roll by Daniel Son

Japanese cuisine expert Chef Daniel Son brings his proficiency to the table with this soy paper king crab hand roll made with fish handpicked by Son, served at Kura in Los Angeles. Here’s how you can make a similar dish with tuna.

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  1. Tuna Bhel Ceviche by Manish Mehrotra

Delhi-based restaurant Indian Accent’s head chef and owner Manish Mehrotra can crank up the taste game of something as regular as bhel and kurkure. The chef gives the desi street favorite a gourmet twist with some olive oil, tuna and expert plating. Watch and learn!
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