Episode guide

Madhur Jaffrey's Curry Nation

Series 1

Madhur Jaffrey's Curry Nation

  • State of the Nation

    Three decades after switching the British on to the delights of Indian food, Madhur Jaffrey returns to explore curry in modern-day Britain.

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  • Kashmiris in Yorkshire

    Madhur Jaffrey explores curry tastes in Britain. In Yorkshire, she meets some of the Mirpuri community and samples their richly spiced curries.

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  • South India

    Madhur Jaffrey's curry tour leads her to explore the South Indian cuisine on offer in the UK, with its unique spice blends and delicious masala dosas.

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  • Gujaratis of Leicester

    Madhur Jaffrey travels Britain, sampling and cooking great South Asian food. Here, she explores the culinary history of the Gujaratis in the UK.

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  • Bangladeshi Cuisine

    Madhur continues her exploration of curry in the UK. She learns what Bangladeshis really eat at home and enjoys some of their excellent fish dishes.

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  • Nepalese Food and Sunday Lunch

    Madhur's flavoursome UK tour leads her to Aldershot, home to a new community of Nepalese people, where she samples some Himalayan curries.

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  • Southall Punjabis

    Madhur Jaffrey's curry journey leads her to meet Punjabis in London's Southall. She explores examples of Sikh cooking and home-cooked favourites.

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  • Punjabis of Scotland

    Madhur's UK road-trip takes her to Scotland, where she discovers haggis curries in Glasgow, and a cafe selling Punjabi food in Edinburgh.

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  • Pakistani Cooking

    Madhur Jaffrey's curry tour leads her to enjoy Pakistani food, exploring the community's love of spiced meats and their tips for a truly great biryani.

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  • The New Generation

    Madhur Jaffrey's road-trip comes to an end. She meets with a new generation of young British Indians to see what they are cooking today.

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