So Right It’s Nom! Here you will find some of my old classics and favourite dishes to share with you. As well as recipes of the most random kind, devising wild new concoctions, which you’ll hopefully love.

Rose and Pistachio Kheer Pudding
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Rose and Pistachio Kheer Pudding

Kheer, a sort of Indian rice pudding was one of my favourite desserts growing up. Still is! My mum used to make it in big batches and it was often presented when we had guests round or on special occasions. I’ve created my own twist on the classic, by matching it with Turkish Delight flavours. This rose and Read more

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Pumpkin Peanut Pakoras

Oh, October. That magical time of the year where the temperature drops, the seasons colours change and er… my eating trousers come out of storage. With Halloween and Bonfire Night round the corner, I get so excited about pumpkins, toffee apples, hearty stews and soup. Combine that with my love for street foods and markets, Read more

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Prawn To Be Wild on National Curry Week

It’s National Curry Week, and I teamed up with Unite Students to whip together a simple 15 minute curry in a hurry. Introducing: Prawn To Be Wild Now, I must admit – I crowd sourced ideas to name this recipe with my friends and there were some cracking suggestions. They were too good not to mention Read more

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Comté and Mushroom Blobs

What could be more satisfying than a blob of cheese erupting inside your mouth? The wonderful people over at Comté sent over a selection of their cheeses and I spent one lovely lunchtime biting through every single block with pure delight. From there I decided that the stronger, more mature Grande Reserve Comté would be magical if combined Read more

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Meet the Palebi, a cross between Pancake and Jalebi

You’re walking down the road and suddenly the instant smell of syrupy sweetness hits you, filling the air. As you walk closer it begins to get warmer. Soon, you’ve been enveloped by the smell of freshly cooking Jalebi’s as you gather around the huge pan and watch the orange beauties fizzle in the oil. You simply Read more

Aloo Gobi Recipe
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Aloo Gobi – the magic of sweet potatoes & cauliflower

Christmas is over, the new year has begun and we need some hearty winter-warming dishes to get us through the next couple of months. What better way to cheer yourself up than with two fine specimens of vegetables colliding together in a mix of spices to create an aromatic taste explosion in your mouth? Introducing: Read more

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Bread Cheese Pie made with Wildes Mozzarella

Following on from my review of our Mozzarella making fun at Wildes Cheese, we came home armed with balls and balls and balls of cheese. What better way to put this to use than testing it out in a delicious pie carved into scrumptious crusty bread and stuffed with the finest ingredients we could find? Read more

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How to make Keema and Roti

I absolutely adore cooking curries and spend a lot of my time re-creating my mums recipes, including all the delicious dishes I grew up eating. One of my all time favourites was pretty much a staple in my Pakistani family life, but always hit the spot. Keema Muttar, A.K.A – Lamb mince curry with peas. Read more