Unarguably he is one of the most recognised faces of Indian television. He was in people’s living rooms for almost two decades introducing them to the delights of Indian and international cuisine in his inimitable easy going and cheery manner. The show Khana Khazana was one of those trailblazing cookery shows on Zee. Little wonder then that he has a massive fan following across all age groups, genders and countries! He has the proud distinction of being the only chef in the world to have his own channel – FoodFood. He has also been conferred the ‘Best Chef of India’ award by the Government of India. He represented India in the World Association of Chefs’ Societies (WACS) in South Korea and here he introduced them to the wonders of the ancient Indian way of Ayurvedic cooking. He was the Indian ambassador for UN’s Clean Cook Stoves campaign for the underprivileged of developing countries. He represented India as a Food ambassador in Spain under the Spanish Government’s Indian Future Leaders Programme (IFLP).
He has done cookery shows all over the globe with famous culinary personalities like Rachel Ray, Richard Quest and Rene Redzepi. In fact he is also known as the Rachel Ray of India. He is also ranked 34th in the Forbes list of top 100 Indian celebrities. He has also cooked for many dignitaries, including the Honourable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi. He has achieved the Guinness World Record by cooking 918 kg khichdi live at World Food India 2017, New Delhi. His website www.sanjeevkapoor.com which has more than 15,000 recipes, attracts more than 10 million page views per month and over 5.4 million fans follow him on Facebook. His website won the ‘Most Popular Website’ award in 2013 and ‘Best Website’ award in the Food and Beverages category in 2014 and 2016. He is on the board of Singapore Airlines International Culinary panel. His YouTube channel sanjeevkapoork