Gordon Ramsay is currently filming a new series which will see him travel the length and breadth of India in order to discover new culinary delights, it has been announced.

Gordon Ramsay is currently filming a new series which will see him travel the length and breadth of India in order to discover new culinary delights, it has been announced.

Channel 4 features commissioning editor Liam Humphreys said that this will be the celebrity chef’s most exciting series yet and will show off India’s scenery as well as its delicious curry recipes.

“It will take him well out of his comfort zone – a genuine busman’s holiday,” he added.

Ramsay will investigate the lamb curries and koftas of the north, the no-water cooking of Rajasthan and the seafood curries of Kerala, among other foods.

According to India Travelite, almost every dish prepared in Kerala has coconut and spices added to it, such as cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, cloves, garlic, cumin, coriander and turmeric.

The spices are believed to tone up the digestive system the same way that wines aid the digestion in western cuisine.

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