Indian cookery expert Anjula Devi is on a mission: to get people making authentic Indian food in their own homes. Taking inspiration from the recipes and techniques passed down by her father, she's a firm believer that to make great-tasting Indian food all you need is a small range of spices and some simple equipment. We're delighted to work with Anjula to bring you a fantastic 'how to' recipe book featuring top tips and a glossary of spices, steps-by-step instructions and 19 easy-to-follow recipes.
Samosas are really versatile so experiment with different fillings. Try making paneer, lamb or chicken samosas. I always make turkey samosas at Christmas and occasionally I make white chocolate, raspberry
and cardamom samosas.
This is a simple masala base. You still need to add warming spices, also known as finishing spices, but I like to add these in the last 20 minutes of cooking.
Non-stick silicone tamper with wooden handle. Makes it
easier to press and shape your ingredients. Perfect for individual cakes, fruit loaves, terrines and pâté. For use with our Loose-Based Mini Loaf Tin. Part of our Lakeland Bakeware Range.
Biscuit press with interchangeable stamps. Make themed treats
ideal for party goodie bags. Includes 56 letters, 2 full sets of numbers and 8 symbols. Great for birthdays, weddings and place settings too