If you watched The Good British Baking Show in 2015, then you know Hussain can prepare some very seriously intricate dishes. However, Nadiya’s Time to Take in is about simplifying viewers’ life with foods that consider time-conserving shortcuts (but continue to style excellent). As a end result, you can expect a second year to proceed to function recipes that are straightforward to replicate at house.

Amid season 1’s highlights were being a mouth watering looking salmon poke bowl, upside-down pineapple pancakes, and one of Hussain’s own favorites, baked bean falafels. In an April 2020 job interview with Refinery29, the prepare dinner shared why she’s especially fond of that final dish.

“In some cases you glimpse at a can of baked beans and feel, ‘Nah, I cannot do anything with that. That’s just baked beans,'” she explained. “But to me, they are cooked, smooth, scrumptious beans that any person else has previously packed with taste and carried out all the cooking for me. To me, that is an ingredient, it is not a prepared food so I strain them, make falafel out of the beans, and get the mouth watering sweet tomato sauce and flip that into a dipping sauce. Then I’ve obtained falafel with sauce … That’s this kind of a fast food and it really is genuinely not very pricey at all. It is all about having something like a humble can of baked beans and stretching it out into one thing that is a lot even bigger.”

For Hussain, any cupboard staple can be turned into an unpredicted meal, and with the planet slowly and gradually returning to typical, viewers may well just get a possibility to see her craft yet another round of exceptional dishes if Netflix and the BBC renew Nadiya’s Time to Consume for year 2.