Indian Food Made Easy

About the Show

About the Show

Chef and food writer Anjum Anand (Market Kitchen) returns with a brand new series of Indian Food Made Easy. Anjum travels to different Indian communities to discover their culinary roots and traditions – from the Gujaratis in Leicester, and the Kashmiris in Birmingham to the Punjabis in Scotland and the Bengalis in East London. In each episode, Anjum introduces a guest to a different type of Indian cooking and, using skills and knowledge gained from her visits, demonstrates how preparing wholesome, authentic Indian food can be healthy, quick and most importantly of all, easy. In Yorkshire she creates a sumptuous Kashmiri treat as a contrast to traditional English afternoon tea; she shows the Leicester Tigers Rugby Club how to incorporate Gujarati food into their training regime; and in London’s trendy Brick Lane, Anjum introduces city workers to Bengali Fish curry. Demystifying spices and cooking techniques, this is a tour illustrating the diversity of Indian cooking in the UK combined with authentic recipes for delicious and easy to make dishes.

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Posted by Tiff1971Report
I would like the recipe for the paneer stuffed capsicum that was on the show with the female chef who worked on a train in the UK.