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Nadiya Hus­sain rus­tles up her favourite cel­e­bra­tion treats…

Party sea­son is upon us, but cater­ing for a big get-to­gether doesn’t have to be daunt­ing, as Nadiya Hus­sain proves in this one-off show fea­tur­ing her favourite cel­e­bra­tion dishes.

‘For me a party just isn’t a party with­out food!’ ad­mits the for­mer Bake Off win­ner. ‘I love it when the party gets go­ing, ev­ery­one chat­ting and tuck­ing in. That’s the time I like to stand back watch and lis­ten and it all feels worth it!’

Fam­ily favourite

As well as cook­ing chilli with jalapeño corn­bread, Brus­sels sprout coleslaw, hal­loumi chips and cho­co­late éclair roll, Nadiya shares her recipe for her fam­ily’s top party dish: ‘My sticky lamb ribs are my fam­ily’s all-time favourite – as soon as I start think­ing about them I get hun­gry!’ she laughs.

But Nadiya isn’t just mak­ing food for her own party. She’s also help­ing peo­ple across the UK cel­e­brate what’s im­por­tant to them, in­clud­ing the chil­dren of Lit­tle­ton

Green Com­mu­nity School.

They’re bak­ing cup­cakes for a sur­prise party to say thank you to 95-year-old wid­ower Jack Neville, who has given up his free time to read with them ev­ery day for eight years.

‘Jack had no idea what they were plan­ning,’ says Nadiya. ‘The kids put so much love into their cup­cakes. They cre­ated a mag­i­cal sur­prise Jack will re­mem­ber for­ever.’


Sur­prise… Nadiya helped the kids make cup­cakes for Jack

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