Anjum's Australian Spice Stories

August 2017
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S1 Ep12 - The Final Banquet

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Anjum finishes off her Australian holiday with a bang seeking out the perfect produce for the ultimate outdoor banquet for family and friends.
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S1 Ep11 - Anjum's Twist

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Anjum puts an Indian twist on some much loved English and Australian favourites with her inspired take on a meat pie and fish and chips.
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S1 Ep10 - Traditional Favourites

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While Anjum loves to put a modern twist on Indian cuisine, she is also passionate about holding onto those traditional favourites. In this episode, she shows us her Mum's beloved Punjabi chicken curry, how easy it is to whip up home-made parantha and even her kids get involved when it comes to rolling out the sweet Indian treat, gulab jamun.
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S1 Ep9 - A Day In The Life...

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Anjum takes us through a day in her life one meal at a time, kick-starting the day with a masala omelette, followed by a BBQ in the Australian countryside where she grills a hearty vegetarian lunch of spice roasted butternut squash. For dinner it's roast chicken Indian style and for dessert a family favourite, semolina halva.
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S1 Ep8 - Indian Tapas

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There's not a curry in sight when Anjum serves up a selection of contemporary, bite sized Indian snacks that both look and taste delicious. From Goan prawn and coconut cakes to salmon roe and avocado pani puri, this is the ultimate menu for entertaining guests.
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S1 Ep7 - Light And Healthy

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Determined to break the myth that Indian food is heavy and indulgent, Anjum sets out to show us the light and healthy side of Indian cuisine with a South Indian haddock and corn chowder, and a refreshing shikanji granita.
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S1 Ep5 - Coastal Cooking

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Anjum conjures up flavours of the Indian coast with a coconut beef stir fry, malayalee fish curry and spice infused glazed pineapple.
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S1 Ep3 - Indian Flavours

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Anjum decides to create some holiday memories for her family by putting an Indian spin on a family picnic. Kicking off with a traditional home-made Indian cheese known as paneer, a delicious five-seeded potato salad and some spicy salmon parcels cooked outdoors for our hungry picnickers.
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