Kid friendly Indian food is hard to come by in most take-away outlets and restaurants in my experience.
And many busy Mums consider making your own curry from scratch way too complicated.
But that’s all changing now that reknowned cookery writer and chef Hari Ghotra is helping turn Indian food into simple every day recipes that even fussy kids (and slimming Mums and hungry Dads!) can enjoy.
Hari Ghotra is founder of cookery website www.harighotra.co.uk which launched in 2013. It features hundreds of easy to follow, Indian recipes with videos so you can cook along with her. Hari is also a Chef at Michelin-starred Tamarind restaurant in Mayfair. As well as that, she also has a range of curry kits and contributes to the Great British Chefs website.
Ghotra was raised in an environment where food played a central role in family life, learning to cook authentic dishes from her mother. Her passion for simplifying Indian cookery without losing its authenticity meant that after creating the website, she branched out into cookery lessons.
Hari quickly identified that curry kits with the exact quantities of spices helped make curry-cooking easy for consumers. Her aim is to always provide a quick and simple way to cook delicious, authentic Indian food at home.