The Indian-American chef Maneet Chauhan is also an author, restaurateur, entrepreneur, and TV personality. She has served as the executive chef in some famous restaurants worldwide, including the Vermilion in Chicago.
Maneet Chauhan was born on 27 October 1976 in Punjab, India. She graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Hotel Management from Manipal University, India. Immediately after graduation, in 1998, Chauhan moved to New York and received training in baking and pastry arts from the Culinary Institute of America. She then began her journey towards being one of America's recognized chefs and TV stars.
To date, Maneet Chauhan has appeared on the judges' panel of several cooking reality shows like Guy's Groceries Games, Worst Cooks in America, Iron Chef America, Chopped, and many more. She has also authored multiple cookbooks like 'Flavors of My World,' 'The Journey,' and 'Chaat.'
Currently, Maneet Chauhan is the co-owner of the famous restaurant in Nashville, Chauhan Ale and Masala House. She established it with her husband, Vivek Deora, in August 2014. She is also the co-founder of Nashville's Morph Hospitality Group.
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