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BBC published this video item, entitled “Nigella’s spicy lamb shank noodles recipe – BBC” – below is their description.
Once again, Nigella weaves her kitchen magic and shows how, with a little advanced planning and a minimal amount of effort, it is easy to produce delicious food.
Nigella shares the rhythms and rituals of her kitchen and reveals the inspiration behind many of her recipes.
Starting with her take on the bhorta, a dish of fried and mashed vegetables favoured in the Indian subcontinent, to which she introduces a very British – but very familiar – ingredient.
The surprises don’t stop there. After creating a warm, spicy and aromatic dish of lamb shanks with wide noodles, Nigella turns her attention to very ripe bananas, which she uses to make a gloriously rich and gooey chocolate tahini pudding, and then goes on to create a warming curry with a surprising ingredient.
Nigella’s Cook, Eat, Repeat | Series 1 Episode 1 | BBCBBC YouTube Channel
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