Time to see who is a master chef and who is just "so so" in the kitchen! Master chefs should have NO problem naming these dishes based on the most notable ingredient included! The most notable ingredient in a dish is usually mentioned in the first line or two of the recipe!
Shreya Ghoshal is an Indian musician who has a lot to say about her cooking methods. She said, "I'd say, for me, it's cooking that gives me a space beyond music. I love food. And somehow, music and food go together so well. Cooking is very therapeutic. That preparation, the fragrance of spices, the wafting aromas - it just sweeps aside my depression, tiredness, and name what you may."
Blending two things like music and cooking together sounds like the right way to go! Instead of music, a lot of people cook to the soundtrack of their children laughing and playing in the next room over! Neil Morrissey is an English actor who said, "I love cooking and eating - I'm a total foodie. It started off as a survival thing as a student, when cheese and potato pie was all I could afford to make. My most successful results come from concocting something with leftovers. Any chef will tell you that you should taste as you cook, so I might make it a bit more spicy, yogurty or eggy."
Now, do you consider yourself to be a "foodie". If so, you have come to the right place! It's time to find out if you're a true professional. Let's see how well you do.