Thinking of a present for yourself or a loved one? Love indian food but want to create more of your own authentic recipes?
This is the ideal package then to get you started. We have partnered with best selling author Manju Malhi to create a package of her book ''Easy Indian Cooking'' alongside our best selling Spice Tin with 10 super fresh Spices.
The book will also contain a signed slip from Manju herself.
**19 cm Spice Tin with Ribbed Lid**
**Optional handmade silk cover / case - ideal as a gift or present**
**Hand written labels**
**7 separate removable spice pots **
**Small metal spoon**
**Outer lid to seal the tin** (Tin may have a lid with clear perspex as in the pictures or it may be solid stainless steel, due to stock levels we cannot guarantee which you will receive.)
**Ideal as a gift**
**Regular spice refills available*
Each order contains 10 high quality Spices:
- Cardomon (10 pieces)
- Cloves (10 pieces)
- Cinnamon Sticks (5 pieces)
- Kashmiri Chilli Powder (20g)
- Cumin Seeds (20g)
- Ground Coriander (20g)
- Spice Kitchen Garam Masala (20g) ** Great Taste Award Winner 2015 **
- Mustard Seeds (20g)
- Turmeric Powder (20g)
- Home Grown Curry leaves (2g)
N.B. Curry Leaves are home grown in the UK. Very difficult to grow in the UK, plant has been transported from Kenya and is being nurtured with a lot of TLC!
All spices will come in its own individually packed and sealed bag to retain goodness and freshness, and avoid spillage during transit. This tin has a close fitting air tight stainless steel lid, which will keep your spices fresher for longer. It also means that the stainless steel tin can be washed easily and can also be put in the dishwasher for cleaning.
Manju Malhi is a TV chef and a cookbook author who was born in England to Indian parents. She grew up in West London surrounded by Indian culture, traditions and lifestyles. However, she spent several years of her childhood in India where she explored and experienced the vast and varied cuisines of the country. In her cooking, she draws up on her past and combines it with the realities of urban Western life and has come up with her own unique Brit-Indi style of food. Her first book was the acclaimed 'Brit Spice'. More recently she filmed a 40 part television series making British cuisine for over 100 million viewers in a series called Cooking Isn't Rocket Science. Malhi likes to keep things simple and straightforward and loves to be known as a crossover cook.
Manju Malhi has published several books on Indian cookery, including Brit Spice and India with Passion. She appears regularly on TV, on programmes such as Simply Indian and BBC's Food and Drink and Saturday Kitchen.