Competition: Win Family Secrets - Indian Cooking by Prett Tejura

Like us on Facebook for a chance to win one of two signed copies of Family Secrets - Indian Cooking by Prett Tejura.

“Prett’s Family Secrets reflects a lifetime’s worth of knowledge inspired by the influence of previous generations.” Nigel Barden, BBC food and drink broadcaster and chairman of the Great Taste Awards

We will pick two lucky winners at random from our Facebook community and inform them on the 20th January 2014. Competition closes at midday on 20th January 2014 and the two winners will be announced thereafter.
Family Secrets is a beautiful cookbook that includes traditional, celebration, street food dishes all with step by step instructions making it simple and easy to use!

To view one of the delicious recipes from Family Secrets, click here.


Prett Tejura runs Yorkshire's multi award-winning food and cookery business, Curry Cuisine, that offers a delicious range of traditionally hand crafted chutneys, jams, condiments and spice mixes. All of their products are made with natural ingredients that are fused with complementing spices to create exciting, unique flavours. Prett and her husband Paresh also run the award-winning Curry Cuisine Cookery School in Wakefield.To find out more visit 


Written by: Ben Moss

Ben Moss 


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