Cooking with Madhur Jaffrey

I featured on the Madhur Jaffrey Curry Nation TV show, her great British TV comeback. A nail biting encounter for me with the grand dame of Indian Cooking…

21 responses to “Cooking with Madhur Jaffrey”

  1. Ann says:

    Mallika, this is so AWESOME!!! Congratulations — you look so calm, organized and glamorous and this dish has me nearly licking the screen!

  2. Great going Mallika – this is absolutely amazing. You looked gorgeous all the while as you cooked the Kasha Mangsho and the Moong Daal. The Kasha Mangsho looked absolutely amazing. It must be quite an experience to have an encounter with someone like Madhur Jaffrey. Would also like to read more on that:)

  3. Nice, Looking very cool and collected and totally in control of your culinary universe.

  4. Mona Mehta says:

    Mallika!! You did great! Congratulations! Madhur Jafferey looked elegant as ever 🙂

  5. arundati says:

    Wow! Congratulations Mallika~ you were made for TV girl, everything looks so efficient and smooth and the kids are adorable!

  6. Congratulations! How exciting! And great to see the kids and the new kitchen and everything!

  7. Camille says:

    Fantastic job! Everything looks great, and how exciting to meet Madhur Jaffrey!

  8. indosungod says:

    Wonderful Mallika. Congratulations!

    I love the fact that the kiddies are eating the curry and it shows that they love it. They are adorable!!

  9. BongMom says:

    Congrats Mallika. Loved the gorgeous kiddos, muaaah to them to handle this with so much ease.
    Of course you, the dish and the new kitchen were as lovely

  10. Wonderful! Amazing to watch two of my cooking idols together in one kitchen. You were marvelous, well done!

  11. Mallika says:

    Thanks SO much ladies. The kids were so well behaved you would think they were always like that!!

  12. ritika says:

    wow, everything was lovely. it exuded deliciousness and warmth. you and the kids were absolutely gorgeous and so was the kitchen. the moong dal recipe with just some rice thrown in would be lovely as a kichudi too 🙂

  13. Sonata says:

    Exactly as I’d pictured you in your kitchen . Congratulations !

  14. poornima says:

    Congratulations. You look so sweet as do your gorgeous kids. I have tried so many of your recipes with great success.Wishing you all the best.And thanks for the easy yet delicious recipes.

  15. Amy says:

    I am so, so jealous of your kitchen! I gather my daughter’s childminder has been giving her some very mild curries so I think it’s time I ramped up her “education” in spices now! x

  16. Glenda says:

    Love your website, now your kids add to the beautiful ambieance of the cooking. Not too mention how slim you are after cooking all this yummy food.
    God Bless

  17. Sudeshna says:

    Oh my God, I just saw the video, and you were great.
    PS: I’m jealous of your kitchen now 🙂

  18. […] onions, so I omitted them. I used homemade garlic paste I had frozen in ice cube trays (bless you, Miss Masala, for this wonderful tip in your cooking session with Madhur Jaffrey – you all should do it, too) […]

  19. […] with bones, in ginger and whole spices from Madhur Jaffrey’s Curry Nation cookbook (which I featured in). The recipe in the book uses a fantastic Kashmiri spice paste Basaar in it by Yasmien Bagh Ali, […]

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