Tag Archives: Indian cooking
January 19, 2015
A recipe I grew up with, Poha is a popular breakfast dish in Maharashtra made from flattened rice flakes and spices.
January 19, 2015
I’m so happy to share the news that my cookbook is available to pre order online on Amazon. Secrets from my Indian Family Kitchen is full of Indian classics and spice infused recipes all inspired by memories from my life.
November 1, 2014
Meet Anjali Pathak, daughter of the first family of Indian food whose products are sold in 40 countries worldwide. Besides serving as a brand consultant to Patak’s, she is also an author, trained chef, teacher and a popular blogger. G2 catches up with this woman of many talents.
August 27, 2014
Another eventful foodie trip to Mumbai and I have returned to London with even more recipe ideas. As with all my trips, I usually research the newest hot restaurants and try to visit as many of them as I can. Spiceklub in Lower Parel in Mumbai came up more than once and I decided I had to go.
July 1, 2014
My short research trip to India has come to an end and I was sad to say goodbye to one of the busiest cities I have ever known.
June 24, 2014
My stay in Hyderabad was short but I managed to eat 3 meals a day and sample the best local dishes the city has to offer.
June 20, 2014
I’ve been to India many times, but this food research trip was long overdue. On my last trip I sampled all the usual delights from street food through to five star hotel restaurants, and never went hungry nor did I feel disappointed with the food choices. I’m half way through my trip and it feels like I’m in a whole new city. It’s as if foodie Mumbai powered down and it’s reboot is tastier, more exciting and evolving quicker than ever.
November 21, 2013
I’m looking forward to seeing some of you next week at the BBC Good Food Show in Birmingham. Lots of cookery demonstrations from celebrity chefs including loads to see, taste and buy.