NadiyaHussain is a British Bangladeshi born and raised in Luton, and this 32-year-old was one of six children, with two brothers and three sisters, while her father was a chef who had an Indian restaurant so that’s where her love for baking comes from. Not only had that influenced her development but Nadiya also widened her horizons when it came to her interest in cooking during her school years.
She then educated herself how to bake like a pro by reading a huge amount of recipe books and by watching instructional videos on YouTube.
Nadiya later married and move to Leeds, where she enlisted for aOpen University degree.
In 2015 Nadiyawon Bake Off and that is where her career started off.
Nadiya has been hurried off her feet since winning the show, releasing more than a few cookbooks and even baking a cake for the 90th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II.
She frequently appears on The One Show on BBC One and had her own cookery show, The Chronicles of Nadiya.
Now the dough master, Nadiya is appearing on her own BBC Two series called Nadiya’s British Food Adventure, in combination with her new book of the identical name, which already came out.
The show pursues her on a road trip around Britain to learncustomary and more idiosyncraticBritish dishes before reconstructing them back in her kitchen.
Nadiya has also written a children’s book of stories and formulas, Bake Me A Story, and she is also working on three contemporary women’s fiction novels for Harlequin.