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Junk your dog-eared cookbook. Log onto YouTube instead and serve up a meal

Sauteacute; onions till brown. How brown? I've-spent-a-week-in-Goa brown? Or smoke-alarm-shrieking brown?

Recipes can be infuriating for amateur cooks. All those annoying professional terms: chiffonade the herbs, add a bouquet garni, julienne the vegetables. How many times have you been bent over a glossy cookbook, double-boiling and basting away like some 21st Century witch, wishing that you could bubble, bubble, broil and etouffe the writer? Fortunately, the YouTube generation has come up with a solution.

Between all the videos of apparently unbalanced young men having astonishingly idiotic accidents and stammering adolescents showing us how to use iPhones, there are now heaps of kind chefs and accomplished home cooks who record their recipes, demystifying the kitchen for once and for all.

People such as Chef Sanjay Thumma, who has found himself catapulted to stardom thanks to YouTube, are quietly revolutionising the way people cook. Sanjay began recording and posting his recipes online just two years ago on www.vahrehvah.com. His lemon rice alone prompted 10,000 instant hits. Sanjay says that he now gets an average of one lakh viewers a day from all over the world.

Cooking styles have certainly changed. The dog-eared, turmeric stained, well-loved family cookbooks, passed down generations might just become a thing of the past. I, for instance, take my dinky iPod Touch into the kitchen and balance it on the microwave when I cook. The ability to view Sanjay, and cook simultaneously, makes following a recipe as easy as boiling an egg.

Sanjay says written recipes are really for professionals. "Home cooks tend to make mistakes," he says. "With a recipe, one in 10 people can make it good. With a video, 99 out of 100 can make it good." Especially, with Indian food. As anyone who's ever tried to learn how to cook from their grandmother knows, Indian food involves a lot of "one pinch of this, a handful of that and a fistful of curry leaves." Sanjay does precisely the same thing mdash; but you now have the option of pausing, grabbing the mustard/ turmeric/ salt and then mimicking him perfectly.

"Indian food is all about adding things at the right time, cooking to the right texture, to get the right results," Sanjay adds, explaining why it's beneficial to actually see for how long he fries onions, blends cucumber or churns yoghurt.

Sanjay's an interesting example of how much professional chefs can do to reach out to the public in these times, when the Internet makes all barriers obsolete. He studied hotel management in Hyderabad and then worked for the ITC hotels in Gurgaon, Chennai, Agra and Jaipur. He then moved to Chicago in 1998, where he eventually started his own restaurant Sizzle India. It was successful enough to become a chain, but four restaurants and seven years later, Sanjay decided life was getting monotonous. "I decided to sell all of them and take a two-year vacation. Food is my passion-doing business is nothellip; All I wanted to do was cook."

During the vacation, he bought himself a video camera. By September 2007, Sanjay had set up a slick studio in Chicago and began recording his first 150 recipes. "I just used the restaurant favourites," he says, "Because everyone wants to know how to make butter chicken, chicken 65, chicken tikka." Then came the basic cooking: pakoda, sambar, chutneys. The show is largely based on requests from his large and loyal fan following.

Now, he's moved back to India, to Hyderabad, and his website finally making money, though the videos are still free. "People who like the recipes donate money. And, there's also some advertising on the site."

The best part? The excited emails from people all over the world. We've always known food can break barriers. Teamed with YouTube, it's clearly unstoppable.






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SupaAbzyBall Posted on Wed May 28 2008

Haha, so does this mean no more free youtube videos?

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VahChef Posted on Wed May 28 2008

it means even better quality videos , now help us by donating be generous

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Dee Thakore Posted on Wed May 28 2008

Sanjay: ???? ?? ?????? ???? ?? ??????????? ???????? ?? ????? ???|| ? ????? ????? ?????|| Which transliterates to: Lead Us From Darkness To Light, Lead Us From Death To Immortality, Aum (the universal sound of God) Let There Be Peace Peace Pe

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Dee Thakore Posted on Wed May 28 2008

Sanjay; I have to wish luck!! Be happy and prosperous!! May God bleesed you. ||Tathastu|| a prayer for you

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cyberninja17 Posted on Thu May 29 2008

Hi Def means even better looking food!!

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VahChef Posted on Thu May 29 2008

students just enjoy , you don't have to donate in couple of years you will thanks

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mastud Posted on Thu May 29 2008

Ive donated. Who wouldn't?! Love everything about these wonderful shows.

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Nikunj Patel Posted on Fri May 30 2008

let me go to vahrevah and let me donate the dollars.. I love your videos and I must say I will do anything to keep you going.. thanks for your wonderful videos.. Nik

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Nikunj Patel Posted on Fri May 30 2008

you have made me to be lazy to visit restaurants here in US.. Your chicken 65 and Paneer Chili is better than restaurant.. You have saved lots of dollars and now its my turn to pay the right person. enjoy the donation. will look forward to your best

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VahChef Posted on Fri May 30 2008

thank you so very much , i was reading this comment and i get a email of you donating once again thank you sanjay thumma

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