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With millions confined to their homes, many are finding solace in the kitchen, whipping up meals from various different cuisines. If you are one of them, or know someone who is, you can now kick it up a notch and cook like a Michelin-star chef with these recipes.
Alex Atala’s Palm Heart Fettucine Carbonara
One of Brazil’s best chefs, Alex Atala runs four restaurants in São Paulo including D.O.M. which was the first one in the country to receive two Michelin stars in 2015. Indulge yourself in his renowned Fettuccine Carbonara recipe.

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#MICHELINGUIDEATHOME presents homemade recipes, straight from your favorite chefs to your kitchen. Today’s recipe is an unexpected twist on carbonara by D.O.M chef @alexatala, at the helm of the two-star establishment from the MICHELIN Guide São Paulo 2019. He is part of a spearhead leading the so-called “new Brazilian cuisine”, championing ingredients long overlooked by or unknown to other chefs. He offers a journey through the flavors, texture, and produce of Brazil. His passion and technique in shines through in his innovative and creative fare, and celebration for all Brazilian cuisine. Measurement equivalents: 100g = 3.5 ounces 160g = 2.6 ounces 200ml = 6.7 fl oz Illustrations by @alice.vdw Share your version with us! 👉 Tag @michelinguide and use #MICHELINGUIDEATHOME

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Marcus Wareing’s Baked Honeycomb Pudding
English celebrity chef Marcus Wareing runs the one-Michelin-starred restaurant Marcus, in Knightsbridge, London. Attempt his honeycomb pudding recipe which is a favorite among London’s elite.

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#MICHELINGUIDEATHOME presents homemade recipes, straight from your favorite chefs to your kitchen. Today’s recipe is dedicated to the sugar-crazed kid in all of us: decadent, delicious, diabolical honeycomb pudding, compliments of Chef Marcus Wareing. Head chef at @marcusbelgravia — a one-star establishment in the MICHELIN Guide UK & Ireland 2020, the Master Chef maestro was good enough to share his recipe with all of us. Thanks for the recipe @marcuswareing ! Measurement equivalents: 75g = 2.6 ounces 40g = 1.4 ounces 15g = 0.5 ounces 100g = 3.5 ounces 5g = 0.2 ounces 200 degrees Celsius = 390 Fahrenheit 180 degrees Celsius = 360 Fahrenheit Find this and more easy-to-make recipes from Chef Wareing in his cookbook, New Classics, from HarperCollins Publishing. Illustrations by @alice.vdw Share your version with us! 👉 Tag @michelinguide and use #MICHELINGUIDEATHOME

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Julia Komp’s Shakshuka
While she was the Chief chef at Schloss Loersfeld in Kerpen in 2016, Julia Komp became the youngest German female chef to be awarded a Michelin star. Whip up her scrumptious Shakshuka to warm your soul and enjoy a hearty meal.

Gordon Ramsay’s Marinara Sauce
Gordon Ramsay needs no introduction. He currently holds seven Michelin stars and is attached to 35 restaurants in the world! Spice up your pasta night with Ramsay’s legendary marinara sauce. A tip from the chef: “If you don’t have fresh garlic or basil, raid your spices cabinet. As a general rule, use what you might like on a pizza like garlic powder, onion powder, oregano, fennel, celery and salt.”

Thitid Tassanakajohn’s Beef Phad Kaprao
Chef 
Ton, as he is affectionately called, worked at several Michelin star restaurants in the world before he returned to Bangkok to set up Le Du. He earned his own Michelin star for Le Du in 2018. If you are craving for something Asian, whip up Chef Ton’s Thai Holy Basil Beef Stir-fry. Chef’s Tip: If you can’t find bird’s eye chilli, use whatever chilli you can find in your local market

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#MICHELINGUIDEATHOME presents homemade recipes, straight from your favorite chefs to your kitchen. Thai Holy Basil Beef (Pad Kra Pow) is one of the most famous stir fried dishes from Southeast Asia. Savory, spicy with the slightest hint of sweet. The best part? It comes together in no time. This recipe in bring to you by Chef Tonn of @ledubkk, a one-star establishment in the MICHELIN Guide Thailand 2020. Measurement equivalents: 120g= 4,23oz 5g= 0.17oz Tip from the chef: If you can’t find bird’s eye chili you can use what you can find in your local Asian market. Although this recipe calls for beef, you can swap it out for just about any kind of protein you like: chicken, tofu etc! Thanks for the recipe @cheftonn! Illustrations by @alice.vdw Share your version with us 👉 Tag @michelinguide and use #MICHELINGUIDEATHOME

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