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In Nadiya's Time to Eat, the Bake Off winner returns with some tips to save time for people who don't have a lot of it

Family favourite Nadiya Hussain isn’t wrong when she says: "Life’s too short; enjoy your family and your time."

In Nadiya's Time to Eat, the Great British Bake Off winner returns to our screens with a resourceful and inventive new six-part show, jam-packed with kitchen shortcuts and quick recipes to keep busy households ticking over.

Along the way, Nadiya also makes home visits to overstretched parents with some time-saving recipes, and investigates how many of her go-to ingredients, from mushrooms to Marmite, are made.

"Prepared meals can ease some of the worry of having to cook fresh every day," Nadiya told TV Times.

"I believe if we plan ahead, having meals ready in the freezer can be as convenient as takeaway.

"I always like to think of one meal as two. During the time you take to cook one meal, you could have also made another to stick in your freezer.

"It’s fresh, you know what you’ve put in it, and all it needs is warming up.

"Not that I’m saying we shouldn’t treat ourselves to a takeaway occasionally. I love putting my feet up and not worrying about cooking," she laughs.

Nadiya with Oksana Bowkett at Monaghan Mushrooms in Somerset

Nadiya with Oksana Bowkett at Monaghan Mushrooms in Somerset

In tonight’s first episode, Nadiya makes a cracking omelette wrap perfect for lunch, turns pancakes into a delicious tray bake and shows Kent mum-of-two Kim how to prepare a quick-fix noodle dinner.

She also pays an interesting visit to Monaghan Mushrooms’ farm in Somerset to learn more about the production of this handy, versatile food…

TV Times rating: ***