Hari Ghotra - the United Kingdom

Best Indian Cuisine Expert 2018 - South East England Hari Ghotra is a cook and chef and the founder of the biggest digital Indian food platform in the UK. Her website and app feature hundreds of easy to follow recipes, videos, and informative blogs. Trained at Michelin-starred Tamarind’s of Mayfair, Hari contributes to various magazines, websites, consults for restaurants and creates recipes for many brands. Her recipes are loved by many due to their simplicity but still packed full of the spicy flavour punch Indian food is loved for. Raised in an environment where food played a central role in family life, Hari learned to cook authentic dishes from her mother. Her passion for simplifying Indian cookery without losing its real flavour and fun means that her unique cookery classes are much sought after in the UK. Hari understands the difficulty people feel when preparing Indian dishes at home so continues her work to be the conduit between cookbooks, TV and actually cooking with you, in your home, through her digital presence. Her meal kit range, which contains the exact quantities of spices, detailed steps and are linked to videos all to help make curry-cooking easy for consumers. Her aim is to always provide a simple way to cook delicious, healthy, authentic food at home from scratch and enjoy the process of putting it together.

Best Indian Cuisine Expert 2018 – South East England

Hari Ghotra is a cook and chef and the founder of the biggest digital Indian food platform in the UK. Her website and app feature hundreds of easy to follow recipes, videos, and informative blogs. Trained at Michelin-starred Tamarind’s of Mayfair, Hari contributes to various magazines, websites, consults for restaurants and creates recipes for many brands. Her recipes are loved by many due to their simplicity but still packed full of the spicy flavour punch Indian food is loved for.

Raised in an environment where food played a central role in family life, Hari learned to cook authentic dishes from her mother. Her passion for simplifying Indian cookery without losing its real flavour and fun means that her unique cookery classes are much sought after in the UK. Hari understands the difficulty people feel when preparing Indian dishes at home so continues her work to be the conduit between cookbooks, TV and actually cooking with you, in your home, through her digital presence. Her meal kit range, which contains the exact quantities of spices, detailed steps and are linked to videos all to help make curry-cooking easy for consumers. Her aim is to always provide a simple way to cook delicious, healthy, authentic food at home from scratch and enjoy the process of putting it together.