Björn Frantzén

Get ready to learn from one the world's best chefs, and the only Swedish chef with 3 Michelin stars: Björn Frantzén.
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Unique Scandinavian food and iconic signature dishes from 3 Michelin starred restaurant Frantzén
2 hrs 53 min of exclusive video
Every episode you'll get tips that will make you an even better homecook

About this masterclass

  • 1. Trailer 'Nordic Cuisine at home'
  • 2. Meet Björn Frantzén
  • 3. Roasted scallops with truffled egg crème
  • 4. Caramelized yellow onion soup
  • 5. Baked turbot with Oscietra caviar
  • 6. Garlic roasted corn fed chicken
  • 7. Cod with oven baked Jerusalem artichokes
  • 8. Lamb tartare with cumin
  • 9. Salt roasted new potatoes
  • 10. Tartare of mackerel
  • 11. Cold poached lobster with tomato and peach ceviche
  • 12. Swedish beef with a sauce périgueux
  • 13. Roasted veal neck with butter glazed carrots
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Björn Frantzén

Get ready for unique cooking classes from one of the world’s most decorated chefs: Björn Frantzén! One year after opening his self-named restaurant Frantzén in 2008 in Stockholm, the restaurant received its first Michelin star, and in 2010 the second Michelin star. Frantzén is now the first Swedish restaurant to be awarded three Michelin stars and currently sits at No.6 on the ‘World’s Best 50 Restaurants’ List! Björn's restaurant Zén, located in Singapore, is also awarded three stars. His cooking style? A unique hybrid of Nordic cuisine with some Asian and French influences, combining classic and modern techniques. Fun Fact: Björn Frantzén started as a football player, and he would probably still be playing if an injury had not put an end to his football career.

Class length: 12 video lessons (2 hrs 53 min)

Theme: Nordic Cuisine at home

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