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Nisha Katona

  • The 30-Minute Mowgli: Fast Easy Indian from the Mowgli Home Kitchen
    • Categories: Curries; Restaurants & celebrity chefs; Quick / easy; Indian
    • ISBN: 9781848994003 Hardcover (United Kingdom) 11/9/2021
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  • Mowgli Street Food: Stories and Recipes from the Mowgli Street Food Restaurants
    • Categories: Restaurants & celebrity chefs; Indian
    • ISBN: 9781848993266 Hardcover (United Kingdom) 4/17/2018
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  • Pimp My Rice: Spice It Up, Dress It Up, Serve It Up
    • Categories: Rice
    • ISBN: 9781848999794 Hardcover (United States) 10/13/2015
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  • Pimp My Rice
    • Categories: Rice; Food blogger; World
    • ISBN: 9781848992788 Hardcover (United Kingdom) 10/15/2015
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  • Pimp My Rice: Over 100 Recipes to Make Your Rice More Exciting
    • Categories: Rice; Cooking for 1 or 2; Indian
    • ISBN: 9781848993525 Hardcover (United Kingdom) 7/31/2018
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  • The Spice Tree: Indian Cooking Made Beautifully Simple
    • Categories: Quick / easy; Restaurants & celebrity chefs; Herbs & spices; Indian
    • ISBN: 9781785035470 Hardcover (United Kingdom) 6/15/2017
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Biography

Nisha Katona is a British born Indian, a full time Barrister who is also a dedicated curry evangelist. She is an ITV Food chef and has also worked with Channel 4. She is working on a number of potential television and publication projects at the moment. Nisha teaches at cookery schools nationwide and has been invited as a guest demonstrator at various Food Festivals. Nisha runs a Twitter "Curry Clinic" twice a week that attracts a global following. All curry queries are answered live while she is on "Curry Call". Professionally Nisha is a full time practicing Barrister. In 2008 the Department of Culture, Media and Sport appointed her as trustee of National Museums Liverpool and in 2009, the Cabinet Office appointed her as an Ambassador for Diversity in Public Appointments and in this capacity has been engaged as an expert advisor by The Guardian newspaper.