If, like me, you love both Indian and Chinese food then get ready for the latest culinary trend to hit UK supermarkets, Indo-Chinese cuisine.
It’s all the rage in the Indian sub-continent and since arriving in Britain a few years ago Indo-Chinese restaurants have started cropping up in many of our major cities.
Now Indo-Chinese food is launching in UK supermarkets for the first time when Tesco introduces the cuisine to its stores.
Hakka cuisine combines the best of both Indian and Chinese food
Demand for free from foods is growing dramatically in the UK.
In the last few years, demand has rocketed by 50 per cent as rising numbers of people discover that they are intolerant to nuts or have special dietary needs requiring them to cut down on sugar or boost their diets with extra protein.
Just 10 years ago if you suffered from a food allergy you would have to go out of your way to specialist health shops in order to find dairy, wheat or gluten free foods. Now the range of Free From foods is growing and one of the latest areas to be covered is desserts.
Lucy Wager – creator and owner of the Pudology pudding range
The filled roll is soaring back to popularity as a lunchtime snack
In a recent blog I revealed how the filled roll was making a comeback as a lunchtime bite – more than 10 years after being usurped by the trendy tortilla wrap.
And I asked readers to vote on what they preferred – a sandwich, a roll, a tortilla wrap or other option.
The results are in and I can confirm that more than half of you (52 per cent) voted for a roll, 21 per cent preferred a sandwich, 17 per cent went for a wrap and 7 per cent said they preferred something else altogether.
I’d say that with this latest news the roll is ahem, definitely on a roll!