British Asian chef gets worldwide TV show

British Asian chef gets worldwide TV show

‘Cooking isn’t Rocket Science’ is a 40-episode cookery series on British food which will air on NDTV’s soon-to-be-launched Lifestyle channel.

British food has never been considered gourmet – in fact, popular perception is that it’s quite the opposite. But the show’s host, Manju Malhi, one of Britain’s most popular chefs, reveals that there’s more to British food than the standard fish and chips. Reputed for being a unique cross-over gourmet, Manju unveils her tempting recipes for bangers and mash, lamb chops, a typical English breakfast, muffins, the Queen’s tea, mango crumble, baked beans balti, couscous salad, the Scottish dessert Cranachan, and a lot more.
What distinguishes this show from other cookery programmes is that it will teach viewers how to prepare classic British dishes with readily accessible local ingredients in India. Mangoes will replace traditional raspberries, soya chunks will replace tofu, chicken sausages will replace pork sausages, and lamb and mutton will replace beef – while retaining the essence of the original dish.
After converting the British into loyalists of Indian cuisine, watch Manju return the favour by setting up kitchen in India to whip up near-authentic British cuisine with a delectable desi tadka.

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