Having learnt the basics of Indian cookery from a young age, Chef Anjali Pathak has stepped out of her heritage and works with spice and flavours from across the globe.
Anjali Pathak is an exciting talent in the spice arena with a fun-loving and warm character. Having learnt the basics of Indian cookery from a young age, Chef Pathak has stepped out of her heritage and works with spice and flavours from across the globe. Not only is she the next generation of a family that brought Indian cuisine into households around the world (Patak’s), she launched her fabulous new cookbook Secrets from my Indian Family Kitchen in February 2015 with International editions launched shortly after.
Pathak is a respected chef, food writer, and cookery teacher, and has been shortlisted for a number of awards for her work with Indian food and flavours. With qualifications from the prestigious Leiths School of Food & Wine, Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) and a diploma in Nutrition, Chef Pathak continues to go from strength to strength, regularly appearing on television across the world and having even worked as a cookery teacher for the well-loved Jamie Oliver.
Chef Pathak appears in leading international food and lifestyle media and her cookery masterclasses are always a sell out. She opened Flavour Diaries, India’s first hands-on interactive food space based in Mumbai. Pathak shares her passion for teaching with cookery classes in International cuisine, including Indian, as well as hosting chefs table experiences. As her parents took Indian food to the world, Pathak is now doing the reverse and sharing her International food experiences with India. In her short time there, she has become an influential food entrepreneur and pioneer for food education.
Caramelised Sweet Saffron Rice
Balti Baked Squash with Feta, Tomato & Mint
Spicy Smoky Potatoes
Chocolate Cardamom Torte
Images Courtesy of Anjali Pathak