Anjum Anand Indian cookery




Part of the many Christmas traditions is turkey curry, made

from the remains of the Christmas day meal. What is also

regularly quoted these days is that chicken tikka masala

is one of the nations favourite dishes. So we thought we’d

take a look at a new range of Indian sauces that can pep

up any dish.


njum Anand’s range goes on. For protein, meat and pulses like

“cinnamon, which

of Indian sauces are chickpeas and lentils are great additions

rather fun, as the too. My range is a versatile base to cook adds sweet warmth

spices are packed up your preferred ingredients.” to Indian food,

separately to prepare,

so you have a small amount of actual may improve blood

cooking to do -- the aromatic bit! glucose levels”

Anjum says: “Spices have been

used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine

as a way of combating illness, fighting

fitness and maintaining good health and

modern medicine is reflecting this --

researchers in the US have indicated that

curcurmin, found in turmeric, may help

in the prevention of Type 2 diabetes. It

has also been suggested that cinnamon,

which adds sweet warmth to Indian food,

may improve blood glucose levels and

blood fats in people with Type 2 diabetes.

Curries can therefore be delicious and

good for you too as part of a balanced


Vegetable curries are a great way to

help you to meet your five-a-day as so

many vegetables are delicious in a curry.

Mushrooms, peas, tomatoes, courgettes

can be included in a curry, and the list


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