Indian Supperclubs & Events with family recipes that go back four generations

When I moved to the UK in 1991, as the good wife of a  Cambridge scholar, I could not even boil an egg. I spent my first two years in the UK eating salad and my husband’s chicken curry. I soon realised that this state was not a life worth living!

In 1993 I travelled back to India to spend time in my ancestral kitchens and, over the course of a few months, mastered recipes that have been in my family for four generations. The food comes straight out of the Nawabi/Mughal school of cuisine which is part of my heritage. Since that day, I decided to turn my new skill into a life of working 24/7, swapping my brocade kurtas for kitchen whites.

I now run supper clubs at my home in Kensington. Click here to find out when the next one is and here are some of the dishes that normally feature in them. Hope you to see you in my home soon!


Asma Khan