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Easy Indian SuperMeals for Babies, Toddlers and the Family

I’m so EXCITED to announce my new book – Easy Indian SuperMeals for Babies, Toddlers and the Family is available to buy now as a printed, hardback book!! Woo-hoo! To all of my followers who have personally emailed me to ask about a printed edition, it’s finally here available to buy from Amazon UK

My brand new book is packed with lifestyle photography, an image of every recipe, new recipes and a chapter focussing on quick, nutritious meals for kids – ready in 15 mins or less. All created using yummy, aromatic spices. You can read the synopsis below.

Ebook is also available worldwide from all good online bookstores.


Tempt little taste buds early on with exciting aromatic flavours and avoid a fussy eater from emerging.

With award-winning Easy Indian SuperMeals for Babies, Toddlers and the Family, you can do just that by preparing simple yet delicious, nutrient-rich meals tailored for a young sensitive palate. As you progress through the weaning stages (stages 2-4), all the way up to quick meals to tackle the school years, watch your little one grow up appreciating food as you offer a variety of different meals, textures and flavours. And most importantly watch your child eat virtually everything – which author, Zainab Jagot Ahmed’s daughter, and her little friends are testament to.

With nutritionists recommending a reduction in the amount of salt and sugar children consume, Zainab uses aromatic spices as a substitute, offering an abundance of flavour in children’s meals helping them to look forward to tasty mealtimes, and there are no chillies in sight.

Zainab also encourages the use of a combination of feeding techniques including baby-led weaning, to ensure babies and toddlers develop their motor skills and independence; along with providing invaluable feeding experience and parenting advice.

Use this book as a guide book for years to come to ensure the whole family is achieving a well-balanced diet, by referring to the extensively researched SuperFood and aromatic SuperSpice details, along with the Department of Health’s UK eatwell plate model, also enclosed. And if you don’t feel like cooking a curry – that’s ok too because the recipes aren’t only Indian. Influences range from British to Italian, Spanish and more, all adapted with a hint of Indian, so oodles of taste and flavour are still present helping you to raise a well-rounded, healthy eater.

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Chocolate Fountain Toasty| For Mum – Part 2

As promised here is my toasty post part 2, especially for mum (hehe)! Toasties are a bit fancier than just a plain sandwich. They are warm, delicious and the combination of fillings you can try are endless. Sweet, savoury the choice is yours depending on your mood.

My favourite is a sweet toasty… my gorgeous CHOCOLATE FOUNTAIN TOASTY. Classic chocolate fountain dipping items all thrown together into a toasty, warmed and delicious! This is by far one of the most indulgent treats I have ever whipped together, well within 5 minutes anyway.

Choc Fountain Toasty

Total preparation and cooking time: 5mins
Makes 1 serving

Margarine or butter
2 x slices of white bread
Nutella chocolate spread
Handful of desiccated coconut
1 small banana – sliced
Marshmallows (optional)

Spread a generous amount of butter or margarine on one slice of bread and place it butter side down on a plate.

Take a generous scoop of Nutella and spread it over the plain side of the bread. Sprinkle over the desiccated coconut and top with an even layer of the sliced banana.

Spread a generous amount of butter or margarine over the other slice of bread and place it on top of the banana layer (buttered side facing up).

Heat a frying pan on medium heat and place the whole toasty into the pan applying a little pressure to the top using a spatula. After 2mins flip the toasty over and cook on the other side.

When golden brown on both sides, remove from the frying pan, put your feet up and devour warm. Serve with a cheeky side of marshmallows.


Happy 1st Birthday!

balloonI can’t believe my baby is 1 year old today! Well not my actual baby (she is 2 ½ years old), but my book, Indian SuperMeals: Baby & Toddler Cookbook.

A year ago today my book was released worldwide and has since sold copies in the UK, America, India, Canada, Germany, France and even Japan!

Thank you to everyone who has bought a copy of the book and for all the fabulous reviews I have received over the last year. 


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For those of you who haven’t purchased a copy yet, as a birthday gift from me to you I am giving a massive:

50% OFF Indian SuperMeals: Baby & Toddler Cookbook [Only £2.50!]

For 1 week only until Tues 3rd September 2013.





To claim:

  1. Simply visit my publisher’s website here
  2. Click ‘buy book’
  3. Use code ONETODAY in the discount coupon box and click ‘apply’. Your discount will automatically be applied and continue to checkout as normal.


  • The ebook can be viewed on all PCs, smartphones ereaders and tablets.
  • It can be purchased in ANY COUNTRY at my publisher’s website (link above). All you need is a valid credit card, debit card or paypal account.
  • If you are interested in purchasing a copy but are unclear as to how to do this, please send an email to
  • iPad is not included within the offer.

Download your copy today!