After winning 2015's Great British Bake Off, Nadiya Hussain has gone on to capture the hearts of the nation. A columnist for The Times and a regular reporter for The One Show, Nadiya has also presented several of her own BBC cookery series to great acclaim, with Time to Eat reaching on average 1.9 million viewers each week. Her next cookery series will air on BBC2 in 2020, accompanied by her brand new TV tie-in cookbook. Born in Luton to British Bangladeshi parents, Nadiya now lives in Milton Keynes with her husband, Abdal, and their three children. She was awarded an MBE for services to broadcasting and the culinary arts. Her previous cookery titles include Nadiya's Kitchen, Nadiya's British Food Adventure, Nadiya's Family Favourites and Time to Eat.
The queen of Bake Off * Good Housekeeping * All hail the brilliant Nadiya Hussain * Radio Times * Praise for Nadiya Hussain: * - * Puts her signature spin on some seriously creative treats * Great British Food * I suspect this new volume will soon have her edging out Mary Berry, Mr Bun and Red the Homepride Man as Britain's favourite baker * Telegraph * Showstoppers and classic baking for every occasion * Sunday Times * Nadiya is back to doing what she does best * Sun * Many of us tried our hand at baking during lockdown. Disastrous, wasn't it? Worry not, the Bake Off winner will teach you how to make strawberry and clotted cream shortcakes and more * Times * Delicious recipes . . . There are big cakes and small cakes, traybakes and no-bake cakes, biscuits, breads and buns. Nadiya hasn't written a book like this before * Times *