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The UK’s top Junior Curry Chefs were crowned recently at Bradford College’s International Food Academy (IFA). Six bud- ding teenage ‘master chefs’ competed for the title and 15-year-old Kyle Richardson, from Blackpool, ended up winning the 16 and under category and 18-year-old Habiba Khan the 18 and under category. Other competitors were Oliver Robinson, Kyle and Saheefa Shafique in the under 16 age group and Habiba, Bobby Lee Smail and Faris Amin in the 18 and under category. Kyle won with a Malaysian chicken curry, rice and stir fried pak choi, while Habiba impressed the chefs with her Karahi Gosht and aloo gobi with chapatis. Head chef at the IFA, Colin Burt, said: “The Junior Curry Chef Competition has been prompted by the ‘Curry Crisis’ and the need to address the skills shortage in the Asian restaurants. We’re keen to promote and encourage budding young chefs, both female and male to develop the skills needed to fill the gap.” Chief Patron of the IFA, Mohammed Aslam, Mumtaz Khan, managing director of Mumtaz group of restaurants and Navid Ditta, from Shimla Restaurant, were on the judging panel. Mr Khan added: “I was very impressed with the standard of entries from these exciting new chefs coming into the industry. They’ve all chosen very hard dishes to make, which demonstrates the level of skill, confidence and commitment these innovative young chefs possess.” Mohammed Aslam, the managing director of the Aagrah group of restau- rants, followed up this initiative by giving a class to students from Bradford College’s IFA. He said: “Bradford College and the IFA are doing a tremendous job in developing young local aspiring chefs who can go on to realise their dream. I am delighted to have the opportunity of working with these young students and to be part of their development plan.”

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Four of Bradford’s Asian restaurants also joined forces for one night to prepare and cook signature dishes featured in their award-winning restaurants. Prashad, Shimla Spice and Kiplings joined Aagrah and the team at the IFA on April 23 in a ‘first’ for the college, city, wider commu- nity and beyond.

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