If you want to improve your curry cooking skills there's no better person to have a lesson with than the Michelin starred chef Atul Kochhar.
Kochhar, who runs the Benares restaurant in London, was the first Indian chef to receive a Michelin star and is offering one person the chance to improve their curry skills with him live on air during his Curry On TV show for the B4U network.
The chef has teamed up with Unicef to sell the one off prize and help raise money for the charity.
The winning participant will film the show with Kochhar, spending around 10-15 minutes on camera. They will also receive a signed copy of a cookbook by the chef and a DVD of the final edited show.
There is only one package available, it costs $5,000 with the winning participant expected to make their own way to London on the day of filming.
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