From Rajasthan to Calcutta, read what some of the UK's top Indian chefs experienced when they travelled around their home country in search of regional cuisine.

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Shahjahanabad: a slice of living history
Shahjahanabad: a slice of living history
Shahjahanabad: a slice of living history
by Alfred Prasad
31 August 2016
Alfred Prasad heads to the old town in Delhi to discover a maze of backstreets and markets selling food with centuries of history behind it.
A journey to Kerala with Peter Joseph
A journey to Kerala with Peter Joseph
A journey to Kerala with Peter Joseph
by Great British Chefs
15 June 2016
Tamarind head chef Peter Joseph might have been in the UK for ten years, but he remains closely tethered to his south Indian roots – particularly the state of Kerala. We caught up with him to learn more about the region and its unique gastronomic virtues.
A Chef's Guide to Food in Calcutta
A journey through time in Calcutta
A journey through time in Calcutta
by Alfred Prasad
26 February 2016
Alfred Prasad travels to Calcutta to discover the local delicacies, history and rich culture of the sprawling Indian city, uncovering dishes from Anglo-Indian and Indo-Chinese communities, as well as street food favourites sold throughout Bengal.
A journey to Rajasthan with Vivek Singh
A journey to Rajasthan with Vivek Singh
A journey to Rajasthan with Vivek Singh
by Nancy Anne Harbord
09 October 2015
We continue our exploration of Indian regional cuisine, this time with chef Vivek Singh, who takes us through the culinary riches Rajasthan has to offer and how these dishes came to be.
A journey to Chettinad with Alfred Prasad
A journey to Chettinad with Alfred Prasad
A journey to Chettinad with Alfred Prasad
by Nancy Anne Harbord
08 October 2015
We discover more about Indian regional cuisine with chef Alfred Prasad, and the unique culinary delights of the isolated region of Chettinad, in south-east India.