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DON'T MISS: INDIAN FOOD MADE EASY; MONDAY, BBC2, 8.30pm.

Anjum Anand presents a mouthwatering new series, travelling around Britain to show just how simple it is to cook delicious, healthy Indian food.

The renowned chef and food writer says: "This series is really about demystifying Indian cuisine and its explosive flavours. .

"It will change perceptions of Indian food so that anyone can contemplate eating or cooking this way at any time of the day and on any occasion.

"The fact is that home-style Indian food can be healthy, fun and light.

"It can be casual or formal, a meal or snack, comfort food, diet food, traditional or modern.

"Many people think that all Indian food is the same as it is in their local restaurant where a curry can often be hot and heavy.

"But that's not the case at all.

"There are so many variations and and it would be nice for people to get away from what it is on the menu at their takeaway and try other dishes that I'm sure they would love.

"To me, this is one of the greatest cuisines in the world because it really does cater for all tastes."
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jul 7, 2007
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