|Toni, la Chef|
|Directed by||Maria Eugenia Perera|
|Opening theme||"Hey Chef" by Sebastián Mellino|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||40|
|Original network||Nickelodeon Latin America|
|Original release||May 4 –|
July 9, 2015
|Related shows||Talia in the Kitchen|
Toni, la Chef, is a Latin American telenovela produced by Nickelodeon Latin America. On April 29, 2015, ClaroVideo published three episodes before the premiere of the series.
This series follows the adventures of Toni Parra, a bold and rebellious teenager who has a passion for cooking, as well as great skill to get into trouble. As soon as she moves to Miami to live with her grandmother, Toni will face a new world, in which nothing seems to be what it is. The "magical" spices and condiments used for cooking have unexpected effects, the neighbouring restaurant has declared war and her grandmother continually tries to "tame her".
|2015||Kids Choice Awards México||Favorite Actor||Patricio Gallardo||Nominated|
|Favorite Actor||Luis Álvarez||Nominated|
|Favorite Actress||Ana María Estupiñán||Nominated|
|Favorite Program or Series||Toni, la Chef||Nominated|
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