If, like us, you're a fan of Indian cooking, you might often marvel at how complex the finely balanced combination of spices and ingredients can seem, especially when the result is a dish of such simple pleasure.
But Indian cuisine isn't mystifying, and with a little help from the experts, it can become a simple practice. That's what chef Hari Ghotra aims to do with her cookbooks and YouTube channel. Hari, who earned her stripes at the iconic Michelin-starred Indian restaurant Tamarind, wants to teach keen home cooks all about how simple it can be to prepare and cook delicious and authentic Indian recipes, through one-on-one cookery classes, easy-to-follow videos, cookbooks and more. Her online shop, too, will make sure you're well-prepared, selling everything from her acclaimed and highly successful book The Easy Indian Slow Cooker Cookbook to spice tins, curry kits and even a trusty apron.
If you've ever wanted to sharpen up your Indian cooking expertise, there's never been a better chance – we've teamed up with Hari to offer one lucky reader a copy of her book, a spice tin and a KitchenAid slow cooker to practise on. To enter, just answer a simple question.
The question is: At which Mayfair restaurant did Hari Ghotra train?
Competition closes: 4th January 2018
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