Monthly Archives: February 2016

Cardamom Spiced Fudge

I love making my own fudge, and they make the perfect gift. You can taste the love in each and every piece.

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Coriander Sesame Crusted Tuna

This recipe has a sort of Japanese feel with a touch of spice. Encrusting the tuna steak with spiced sesame is a wonderful way to add texture and flavour, and I like serving it with some cooling cucumber with a … Continue reading

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Banana Sultana Cake

My father loves bananas and always asks me to make this recipe when he comes to visit. It’s almost effortless and freezes amazingly.

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Roast Duck with Ginger & Plum

For this recipe I’ve borrowed flavours from China. It’s really simple yet impressive so great if you have someone coming round for dinner. I like to serve it with some fragrant sautéed pak choi.

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My Secrets cookbook launches in the US & Canada

I’m so happy that Secrets from My Indian Family Kitchen is launching in the US & Canada on 16th Feb. It’s had a makeover and got a new title….and it looks fabulous!

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Culinary Adventures – Flavour Diaries

Anjali Pathak, the next generation behind the iconic Patak’s brand that has revolutionized Indian cooking in homes around the world, tells us about her food legacy and her new mission to introduce international flavours in Indian homes with Flavour Diaries.

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