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Name Shivi Ramoutar

Gender Female

Nationality British

Profession Chef and food writer

Net Worth Under review

Married/Single Married

Children 2

A stunning and gorgeous personality, Shivi Ramoutar is a famous Trinidad-born chef and food writer.

Shivi Ramoutar has written three books named The Ice Kitchen: Fast Fresh Food to Fill Your Family and Your Freezer, The Ice Kitchen, and Caribbean Modern: Recipes from the Rum Islands.

She was born and raised up in Trinidad with her parents, friends, and siblings.

Shivi Ramoutar is a married woman but she has never disclosed the information related to her husband on Interent sites.

The couple is blessed with two healthy and happy children and is living a happy life in London, United Kingdom.

She stands with an appealing height and has a well-maintained body weight.

Despite being a mother of two children, she looks, charming, beautiful and has an attractive body figure.

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Shivi Ramoutar 10 Fast Facts, Biography, Wiki

Shivi was born in Trinidad into a colourful (in all senses of the word) family and brought up between those beloved salty beaches, the grassy Leicestershire countryside (via a brief stint in the Big Apple) and the eclectic buzz of London where she has now settled and calls ‘home’.

She lives with her husband, her two little wildlings and her Yorkshire Terrier.

Shivi has been dubbed by The Guardian as “Caribbean Food Supremo”, and by BA The Club magazine as “Queen of Contemporary Caribbean Cooking”.

She has shared her unique, fresh and colourful approach to flavoursome Caribbean food across London and the UK, via her supper club, and subsequently through restaurant and brand collaborations and her first book, Caribbean Modern: Recipes From The Rum Islands.

Her journey with food continues with each change in her life, now favouring a thoughtful waste-free approach to food, for the whole family, in whatever sense that can take form, time-saving, low-cost and clever cooking.

But without a doubt, she and her recipes still adhere to her original signatures of vibrant colour, bold flavour and tropical touches.

Former lawyer Shivi Ramoutar has taken up cooking full-time.

Shivi Ramoutar is a woman on a mission.

Summer may be getting off to its traditionally faltering start but the 28-year-old is convinced that where the Great British weather so often fails, Caribbean food will succeed in dispelling our drizzly melancholy.

Having gained a platform on this year’s MasterChef, Trinidad-born Ramoutar is evangelising the boisterous flavours of her native cuisine.

‘It’s all about impact of flavour,’ she says. ‘The cooking process is very simple – we like our meat, we like our two veg, we like our fruit – but every dish is overloaded with beautiful, summery flavours.

‘What I’m trying to do is show people there’s a huge range of great Caribbean food, some of which is so simple to make.’

After weeks of impressing the MasterChef judges with her West Indian fare, Ramoutar got down to the last seven contestants on the BBC1 series.

For the former corporate lawyer, who has lived in Britain since she was seven, taking part in the competition was a transformative experience.

When she got the call saying she’d made it on to the show, she was trying to make it as a singer/songwriter.

Food was her hobby and a way to unwind but she lacked the conviction to take it to the next level.

‘I’d set up a supper club and a food blog, so it was kind of there,’ she says, ‘but the competition inspired a new love of cooking for me.

‘If I hadn’t done MasterChef, I don’t think I’d have been confident enough to pursue this as my career.’

And she’s also confident that it’s Caribbean food’s time to shine.