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Anjum Anand teaches novice cooks how to cook delicious, healthy Indian food.
First stop is Liverpool, where we meet Lyn, a cook at the local hospital. Lyn often makes traditional English fare for charity events, and she's hoping to raise some money by selling hot food at Liverpool's biggest farmers' market. Only this time she's going to be cooking Indian. Anjum puts together a menu of classic South Indian dishes, but can Lyn rise to the occasion?
We head to Leicester to meet Michael Scott, or Scottie, who along with the Rugby team he captains enjoy curries. Ajum takes Scottie on a gastronomic journey to find out more about the cuisine that is enjoyed by Leicester's 20,000-strong Gujarati community. She teaches him how to make a fabulous Gujarati classic.
In this episode we head to London to meet James Moody, who loves having dinner parties, but would never cook Indian food as he finds it too complicated. With Brick Lane on his doorstep, it's an opportunity for Anjum to show him how to cook up a Bengali feast.
In this episode we head to Edinburgh to meet Wendy Barrie. Wendy is a champion of Scottish food and her cookery demonstrations are very popular. She has never cooked Indian food before, but has decided to do so for one of Scotland's biggest gardening festivals. Glasgow and Edinburgh are home to a large Punjabi community, so Anjum takes Wendy to get a real flavour of the local cuisine.
In this episode we head to London to meet Jonathon Readman, who 2 years ago married his Goan wife, Lorraine. Now, for the first time, Jonathon is going to attempt to cook for her and his family himself. First it's a trip to top Goan restaurant Ma Goa to discover the secrets of dry-roasting spices, before he's in the kitchen learning his first dish, easy fried spicy aubergines.
In this episode we head to Bradford to meet Jessica, who works as a volunteer chef on board a classic steam train that wends its way through the stunning Yorkshire dales. She and her team have never given the 50 or so fee paying guests who dine on the train an Indian menu, but now she want to give it a go!
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