- Anjum Anand
Duration: 30 minutes
Anjum Anand heads off to Cornwall to meet self-taught chefs Nirmal and Louis who run the The Little Cornish Curry Company. Originally from Birmingham, for the last few years they have been serving up curry at the farmers markets near where they live as well as catering for the odd event.
But now they are about to face a new test. Local pub The Galleon Inn is launching a curry night with Louis and Nirmal doing the food. They have decided that the best way to convert the customers to Indian food is to start with a regional favourite - fish. However Louis and Nirmal haven't used fish in Indian food much, so first up Anjum takes them to famous Looe fish market where the fish is officially the freshest in Britain.
Having chosen some fantastic Pollock, Anjum shows them how to make a rich, flavoursome South Indian coconut fish curry with a side order of yellow lemon rice and crab cakes garnished with tangy tamarind mayonnaise.
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