CHEF OF NUTRITIOUS INDIAN FOOD & AUTHOR

Chef Anjula Devi is best known for her extensive knowledge of Indian spices, creating delicious authentic Indian cuisine. 

A respected food writer and author, Anjula started cooking with her father at the age of eight. At that time the ingredients for Indian cuisine were not as readily available as they are now and Anjula travelled on the number 207 bus with her father to Shepherd’s Bush Market where they would buy a selection of spices, fresh fish and Indian vegetables. ​​

Utilising her cookery skills and passion for spices, Anjula launched her own business in 2010, Anjula Devi Authentic Indian Food, providing Indian dinner parties and Indian cookery classes. Anjula has created a range of authentic recipes for Manchester United, arguably the biggest football club in the world, where she is a consultant chef.

A Brand Ambassador for TRS Foods, the world’s largest Indian food company, Anjula has also launched her own brand, Route 207, inspired by the bus route she used to take to the spice market. 

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Anjula’s recipe for Achaari Masala

  Achaari Masala Ingredients 60 g dry whole hot red chillies 2 tbs coriander seeds 2 tbsp cumin seeds 2 tbsp brown mustard seeds 2 tbsp […]

Anjula’s thoughts on a Bright And Delicious Diwali, Even In Lockdown – for The Huff Post

ANJULA DEVI Anjula Devi and her husband.   Author and chef, Anjula Devi, 56, from south west London, says she is getting a head start on […]

CHEF OF NUTRITIOUS INDIAN FOOD & AUTHOR

Chef Anjula Devi is best known for her extensive knowledge of Indian spices, creating delicious authentic Indian cuisine. 

A respected food writer and author, Anjula started cooking with her father at the age of eight. At that time the ingredients for Indian cuisine were not as readily available as they are now and Anjula travelled on the number 207 bus with her father to Shepherd’s Bush Market where they would buy a selection of spices, fresh fish and Indian vegetables. ​​

Utilising her cookery skills and passion for spices, Anjula launched her own business in 2010, Anjula Devi Authentic Indian Food, providing Indian dinner parties and Indian cookery classes. Anjula has created a range of authentic recipes for Manchester United, arguably the biggest football club in the world, where she is a consultant chef.

A Brand Ambassador for TRS Foods, the world’s largest Indian food company, Anjula has also launched her own brand, Route 207, inspired by the bus route she used to take to the spice market. 

READ THE LATEST ON ANJULA

Anjula’s recipe for Achaari Masala

  Achaari Masala Ingredients 60 g dry whole hot red chillies 2 tbs coriander seeds 2 tbsp cumin seeds 2 tbsp brown mustard seeds 2 tbsp […]

Anjula’s thoughts on a Bright And Delicious Diwali, Even In Lockdown – for The Huff Post

ANJULA DEVI Anjula Devi and her husband.   Author and chef, Anjula Devi, 56, from south west London, says she is getting a head start on […]

Anjula Devi | Authentic Indian Recipes | Healthy Indian Cuisine
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Anjula Devi | Authentic Indian Recipes | Healthy Indian Cuisine

Enjoy learning how to make great Indian food!  Come along to our authentic Indian cooking school. Bring your friends and family to experience a unique way to make Indian cuisine in a friendly home setting.  It is also possible to have a class in your own home if you prefer. Learn new cooking skills that will last you a lifetime.

There are a number of different Anjula Devi lesson options. The most popular lessons are a full day lesson and a half day lesson, both of which have vegetarian options.  Children’s cooking lessons are also available.

Anjula Devi | Author | Chef | Master of Indian Cuisine | Indian Cookery School Masterclasses

MASTERCLASSES TAILORED TO YOUR TASTEBUDS

Enjoy learning how to make great Indian food! Come along to our authentic Indian cooking school. Bring your friends and family to experience a unique way to make Indian cuisine in a friendly home setting.  It is also possible to have a class in your own home if you prefer. Learn new cooking skills that will last you a lifetime.

There are a number of different Anjula Devi lesson options. The most popular lessons are a full day lesson and a half day lesson, both of which have vegetarian options.  Children’s cooking lessons are also available.

Anjula Devi | Authentic Indian Recipes | Healthy Indian Cuisine

RECIPES LIKE GOLD DUST IN YOUR HANDS

All of the delicious healthy Indian recipes that Anjula creates can easily be taken from her kitchen to yours. Using readily available ingredients, Anjula shows you how to mix the perfect spices together, blend ingredients and the techniques she uses to create authentic Indian recipes. From simple starters to meaty mains, vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free options, delicious dinner party menus to quick and easy snacks, Anjula’s extensive list of recipes caters for every palate. 

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Anjula’s Cabbage, Carrot and Green Bean Thoran

  Anjula's Cabbage, Carrot and Green Bean Thoran as featured in Veggie Magazine Serves: 4 Ready in: Under 15 Mins Author and chef Anjula Devi shares […]

Anjula’s Potatoes Cooked in Mint and Tamarind

Potatoes Cooked in Mint and Tamarind from Anjula devi on Vimeo.     Anjula's Potatoes Cooked in Mint and Tamarind Preparation time 20 minutes, cooking time 25 […]

Anjula’s Homemade Yogurt Recipe

Homemade Yogurt from Anjula devi on Vimeo.   Anjula's Homemade Yogurt Recipe Ingredients and utensils required  1 litre whole milk 3 tbs live cultured yogurt  Large […]

Anjula’s Yummy Baked Paneer

Baked Paneer from Anjula devi on Vimeo.   Anjula's Yummy Baked Paneer Ingredients 150 g thick natural yogurt  1 tbs gram flour or chickpea flour  Zest […]

Anjula Devi | Authentic Indian Recipes | Healthy Indian Cuisine

RECIPES LIKE GOLD DUST IN YOUR HANDS

All of the delicious dishes that Anjula creates can easily be taken from her kitchen to yours. Using readily available ingredients, Anjula shows you how to mix the perfect spices together, blend ingredients and the techniques she uses to create authentic Indian recipes. From simple starters to meaty mains, vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free options, delicious dinner party menus to quick and easy snacks, Anjula’s extensive list of recipes caters for every palate.

  • Select type of dish
  • Dessert
  • Recipes
  • Sides
  • Snacks
  • Starter
  • Vegan
  • Vegetarian

Anjula’s Cabbage, Carrot and Green Bean Thoran

  Anjula's Cabbage, Carrot and Green Bean Thoran as featured in Veggie Magazine Serves: 4 Ready in: Under 15 Mins Author and chef Anjula Devi shares […]

Anjula’s Potatoes Cooked in Mint and Tamarind

Potatoes Cooked in Mint and Tamarind from Anjula devi on Vimeo.     Anjula's Potatoes Cooked in Mint and Tamarind Preparation time 20 minutes, cooking time 25 […]

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Anjula Devi | Author | Chef Consultant | Master of Indian Cuisine

As a consultant chef, Anjula Devi shares her incredible depth of knowledge of spices and authentic Indian cooking with professional kitchens all over the UK. From menu design to offering specialist training to staff, Anjula creates bespoke packages based on the clients needs. Anjula provides chef consultant services for all sizes of gatherings from small intimate events and restaurants to those on a much bigger scale – including arguably the biggest football club in the world.

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Anjula Devi | Author | Chef | Master of Indian Cuisine | Manchester United Football Club
Anjula Devi | Author | Chef Consultant | Master of Indian Cuisine

As a consultant chef, Anjula Devi shares her incredible depth of knowledge of spices and authentic Indian cooking with professional kitchens all over the UK. From menu design to offering specialist training to staff, Anjula creates bespoke packages based on the clients needs. Anjula provides chef consultant services for all sizes of gatherings from small intimate events and restaurants to those on a much bigger scale – including arguably the biggest football club in the world.

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A love for lentils: how World Pulses Day can change the way you eat

A selection of the lentils Anjula Devi used in her dish for the Food Forever Experience London. Photo: Michael Major for Crop Trust. Anjula Devi, Chef, […]

Rise and Fall of an Industry? Anjula Devi writes on the dynamics of the curry industry

I have written before on the dynamics of the curry industry, sharing some of my personal views on the UK’s great restaurant and take-away trade, which […]

Stages and timing

During my childhood, my father and I spent endless hours honing the long list of spices used to make good Indian food. Almost all of the […]

Spice flavour

The key spices will hold their pungency and flavour for much longer than warming spices, also known as finishing spices, which will only fully hold their […]

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