Parveen is a guest blogger for SavecoBradford, a new online Asian Supermarket. The original store is a stone's throw from where Parveen grew up in Bradford and she is so pleased that they now deliver authentic Asian ingredients all over the U.K. Check out her blog for SaveCo Online.  
Blog 1, Mango Mania with Mango Mess, Blog 2, Sizzling Summer BBQ, Blog 3 "Is Eid Your Christmas? " Blog 4 Call Me The Rice Queen! Blog 5 Lockdown Love Handles. Blog 6, To Ghee or Not to Ghee? Blog 7 Making Something Out of Nothing, Blog 8 Pretty in Pink,  
Blog 9 Winter One Pot Wonder, Blog 10 Diwali Delights. Blog 11 Ch-T-Turkey Anyone? Blog 12 Just Call Me The Rice Queen. Blog 13 Turkey Masala To Tinkle Your Taste Buds. Blog 14 Ending Veganuary on a High. Blog 15 Parveen's Perfect Banoffee Pancakes. 
In this ITV series, cookery teacher Parveen takes viewers on a journey of discovery about authentic Indian cooking, delving into regional recipes both here in the UK and in the bustling flavour-packed streets of India. 
Parveen is a passionate home cook who celebrates everything about her culture as well as her cuisine. She is inspired by recipes shared by her own mother and grandmother. She has been cooking for her family and friends and teaching classic Indian dishes in the UK for over a decade.  
Here in the UK, Parveen will be learning more about authentic Indian regional cooking by visiting chefs and owners of restaurants who have been influenced by recipes handed down from generations. 
And Parveen will showcase her favourite family dishes in her kitchen, while giving her top tips on how to make Indian cooking easy, any day of the week. 
Guest chefs featured in the series include Chef Manish Mehrotra, of restaurant Indian Accent, which featured in the World’s Best 50 Restaurant list. Plus, in Delhi, restaurant owner Vinod Chadha opens his kitchen doors to Moti Mahal, where the Butter Chicken dish was invented. 
Across the series viewers will learn the essential ingredients needed for Indian cuisine, including which spices to have and how to keep them fresh, as well as ways to cook without the need for lots of equipment. 
Thank you to Little Kolkata, Gujarati Rasoi, Cinnamon Kitchen, which features in the show.  
We used Quality Foods for all our food and kitchen supplies. 
Parveen’s Indian Kitchen is a culinary adventure not to be missed. 
"This charity is very close to my heart.  
Being a premature baby myself, I admire  
and support the good work that they do."  
The One Family Charity is also close to my heart. I am personally on a mission to help and support girls that have been trafficked. I will be travelling to Nepal to  
meet the girls to assist them in anyway I can with their new cafe project. Teaching them to sustain themselves and a viable food outlet.  
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