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Although I avidly watched Nadiya Hussain's winning season of "The Great British Baking Show" (Season 6), I never really followed up on the "where are they now." In the succeeding five years, she has become a huge celebrity in the UK with television shows, cookbooks, a memoir, and an MBE. She is one of the most prominent faces of modern Muslim womanhood. Her newest cookbook, "Time to Eat" is filled with delicious adaptations of her Bangladesh heritage, adapted for British family cooks, and excepting a few Britishisms, American ones. She has the rules you want: e.g. "every dish is two dishes'; "everything is an ingredient." Since she got her start as a baker, she has lots of dessert recipes (they tend to look healthier than most), but this is really a book of cross-cultural savory dishes (such as "pizza paratha") and weird wonderful pantry dishes ("hoop fish Bake"--hoops are Spaghetti-Os to us) that will appeal to family members of all ages. but not tax the abilities of the average cook.
From the host of the beloved Netflix series Time to Eat and winner of The Great British Baking Show come over 100 time-smart recipes to tackle family mealtime.
Nadiya Hussain knows that feeding a family and juggling a full work load can be challenging. Time to Eat solves mealtime on weeknights and busy days with quick and easy recipes that the whole family will love. Nadiya shares all her tips and tricks for making meal prep as simple as possible, including ideas for repurposing leftovers and components of dishes into new recipes, creating second meals to keep in the freezer, and using shortcuts--like frozen foods--to cut your prep time significantly.
In Time to Eat, Nadiya teaches you to make recipes from her hit Netflix show, including Peanut Butter & Jelly Traybake, Instant Noodles, Egg Rolls, and zesty Marmalade Haddock. Each recipe also notes exactly how long it will take to prepare and cook, making planning easy. Helpful icons identify which recipes can be made ahead, which ones are freezer-friendly, and which ones can be easily doubled.
About the Author
Nadiya Hussain wrote Time to Eat as the cookbook companion to her Netflix series Time to Eat. She won the The Great British Baking Show in 2015 and lives in the U.K. with her husband and three children. Her second Netflix series, Nadiya Bakes, premieres in February 2021.