Britain's favourite Bake Off winner now has her own primetime BBC2 cookery series and companion cookbook.
Nearly 15 million people tuned in to see Nadiya win 2015's Great British Bake Off, and she has gone on to capture the heart of the nation. A columnist for The Times and Essentials magazine, Nadiya is also a regular reporter for The One Show, a guest panellist on Loose Women, and presented BBC1's The Chronicles of Nadiya which aired to fantastic reviews in 2016. She famously baked the Queen's 90th birthday cake. Born in Luton to British Bangladeshi parents, she now lives in Milton Keynes with her husband, Abdal, and her three children. Her first cookbook, Nadiya's Kitchen, was published in 2016. She has also authored a children's cookbook and a novel.
She baked her way into our hearts and hasn't stopped since . . .
The cookbook charts her love affair with British food * Prima
Nadiya's British Food Adventure - now infamous for its crispy chocolate and peanut tart, masala eggy bread and fish pie with cinnamon sweet potato * The Sunday Times *
The best kind of cookbook . . . you can read it like a novel * The Times *