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  • Published: 29 November 2022
  • ISBN: 9780241453247
  • Imprint: Michael Joseph
  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 256
  • RRP: $65.00
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Nadiya's Everyday Baking

From weeknight meals to celebration bakes, let your oven do the work for you




Make every day delicious, with all-baked recipes that let the oven do the hard work for you, to accompany Nadiya's latest BBC2 TV series in September 2022

Nadiya's oven is her best friend. While baking is often reserved for special occasions, Nadiya shows that it isn't just about cakes and cookies. She reveals how to fall in love with baking for your everyday meals too and how to reap the benefits. Be it simple weeknight meals; sweet and savoury traybakes; beautiful celebratory cakes; achievable homemade breads with hacks to match; tasty snacks; quick-fix lunches or mouth-watering treats, Nadiya's recipes let your oven do the hard work for you, helping take the pressure off but never at the expense of flavour.

Meringue cake, surprise snickerdoodle cookies, no-knead bread, achari chicken pie and aubergine brioche burgers are just a small selection of Nadiya's stress-free recipes that will show that anyone can bake, all you need is an oven.

  • Published: 29 November 2022
  • ISBN: 9780241453247
  • Imprint: Michael Joseph
  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 256
  • RRP: $65.00
Categories:

About the author

Nadiya Hussain

Since winning 2015's Great British Bake Off in a finale watched by over 13 million viewers, Nadiya Hussain has become a national treasure. She has presented four of her own BBC2 cookery series to great acclaim, with episodes reaching on average 1.9 million viewers each week. A fifth series broadcasts in 2021 and a sixth is in the works. Her series have also been shown internationally on Netflix and her cookbooks have published into the USA, Germany and the Netherlands, with more territories anticipated.

Nadiya's other projects have included a series of childrens books and a memoir, a reporting role for The One Show, a range of cookware and partnerships with major brands. Nadiya writes a regular column for The Times and has become recognised as a commentator on mental health and anxiety.

Born in Luton to British Bangladeshi parents, Nadiya now lives in Milton Keynes with her husband, Abdal, and their three teenage children. She was recently awarded an MBE for services to broadcasting and the culinary arts.

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