Mrs Balbir Singh’s Indian Cookery Wins a Great British Food Award

Mrs Balbir Singh’s Indian Cookery Wins a Great British Food Award

We’re proud to announce that our gourmet tandoori rub has won a Highly Commended award at the Great British Food Awards 2018, and is now officially one of the best storecupboard ingredients in the UK.

Made to an old family recipe of 14 herbs and spices, this versatile artisan spice blend has quickly become a favourite at many of the best artisan butchers in the UK, online at the company’s website and its online marketplace partners, and

The category was judged by Sheila Dillon, presenter of BBC Radio’s The Food Programme, who had high praise for the rub. “Good clear flavours and very satisfying. I used it on a number of meats and it worked beautifully.” the award-winning food journalist said.

Great British Food Awards

Now in their fifth year, the Great British Food Awards celebrate the finest food and artisan producers from across the UK. This year saw several new categories introduced and a host of new celebrity judges, including Monica Galetti, Michel Roux Jr, Raymond Blanc and John Torode. After an unprecedented number of entries and four months of rigorous shortlisting, testing and tasting, the winners of the Great British Food Awards 2018 have been revealed. These companies, people and products reflect the most delicious and exciting developments in British artisan food.

Mrs Balbir Singh’s Indian Cookery

The iconic Mrs Balbir Singh was a pioneering female-force in both the teaching and writing of the art of Indian cookery. Founded by Mrs Singh’s granddaughter, the company creates and markets a range of gourmet Indian spice blends that empower home cooks and chefs to easily grill or cook delicious Indian food.