Indian Food Made Easy

FOOD TELEVISION – Thursdays from 22 January, 8.30pm

Chef and food writer Anjum Anand brings a lighter, fresher approach to classic Indian dishes, making easy to prepare mouth-watering meals. Anjum has worked in innovative restaurants across the world, but her love is for simple dishes that can be made quickly and easily at home. In this new series, Anjum demonstrates how the unique regional flavours of the Indian subcontinent can be found in Britain’s very own backyard, helping friends and members of the British public overcome their fear of planning, preparing and making Indian food. There’s no longer an excuse to limit Indian cuisine to takeaway, as this new series further dispels the myth that the ingredients are impossible to come by and the dishes complicated to cook. If you are longing to cook your own curry from scratch, then Indian Food Made Easy will deliver just that; easy to follow guidelines to culinary success!

Thursday January 22 at 8.30pm

Chef and food writer Anjum Anand brings a lighter, fresher approach to classic Indian dishes, making easy to prepare mouth-watering meals. Anjum has worked in innovative restaurants across the world, but her love is for simple dishes that can be made quickly and easily at home. In this new series, Anjum demonstrates how the unique regional flavours of the Indian subcontinent can be found in Britain’s very own backyard, helping friends and members of the British public overcome their fear of planning, preparing and making Indian food. There’s no longer an excuse to limit Indian cuisine to takeaway, as this new series further dispels the myth that the ingredients are impossible to come by and the dishes complicated to cook. If you are longing to cook your own curry from scratch, then Indian Food Made Easy will deliver just that; easy to follow guidelines to culinary success!

NZ TV Premiere: Indian Food Made Easy

Food TV – Thursday 6 December, 8.00pm

Chef and food writer Anjum Anand brings a lighter, fresher approach to classic Indian dishes, making easy to prepare mouth-watering meals. Anjum has worked in innovative restaurants across the world, but her love is for simple dishes that can be made quickly and easily at home. In each programme, Anjum helps friends and members of the British public overcome their fear of planning, preparing and making Indian food. She guides them through shopping for ingredients and dispels the myth that its food that’s complicated to cook. She shows everyone from old university friends to firemen and a health spa chef how to cook light and healthy meals that range from paneer and vegetable skewers to succulent chicken tikka wraps.