From working with global burger brand Shake Shack to serving Lorraine his signature Naughty’s Keema Shepherd’s Pie,
see where Naughty Boy Kitchen has previously been featured.
Appearing on The Lorraine Show on ITV for the second time and to cook his signature dish – the Keema Shepherd’s Pie – for Lorraine Kelly to enjoy on the sofa, Naughty Boy made a firm fan in Lorraine who was obviously smitten by his spice-laden dish and cheeky charm.
MTV UK were very into the exclusive Shake Shack burger collaboration with Naughty Boy Kitchen and shared the making of The Naughty One on their channel –a crispy chicken breast topped with Asian slaw and a spicy yoghurt raita sauce made from mayonnaise, coriander, chilli, lime and pomegranate, served on a potato bun.
A dream collaboration come true for Naughty Boy was the creation of his very own burger, The Naughty One, in partnership with Shake Shack and sold in its flagship London restaurant for a month. Like all of his recipes, the inspiration for The Naughty One came straight from his childhood and the food his Mum made at home. Working side-by-side with Mark Rosati and the Shake Shack team on recipe development, he proudly re-imagined his Mum’s secret raita sauce to accompany his chicken burger, The Naughty One.
Shack Sounds formed a vital part of the Shake Shack partnership; a talent development programme with the aim to create career opportunities for young artists. Musicians aged 16-35 were invited to send in their tracks with the opportunity for the selected winner to be mentored by Naughty Boy, including studio time with him and the chance to perform. The campaign was featured in nationwide media.
James Martin hosted Naughty Boy on his Saturday Morning Show, aired on ITV. Filmed in his home, James Martin and Naughty Boy together and step-by-step cooked the Naughty Boy Kitchen trademark dish, the Keema Shepherd’s Pie. The recipe was featured on ITV’s website and was a huge hit.
When Naughty Boy appeared on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch, Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer couldn’t get enough of his “delicious Keema Shepherd’s Pie” and wanted to know all about the flavour profile of the dish. The cumin seeds, ginger, garlic, turmeric and green chillies added such a unique pop that he was invited to return as guest chef.
CURRY CHRISTMAS DINNER WITH THE DAILY MAIL
Christmas Day dinner was levelled up and given the Naughty Boy Kitchen treatment with Naughty Boy cooking up an alternative to the traditional-with-all-the-trimmings menu for The Mail Online. Featuring a whole turkey marinated in tikka spices, cumin roast potatoes, Brussels sprouts twice cooked in coconut oil and a punchy chilli cranberry sauce, it was Christmas Day served with a kick. Recipes were shared for readers to recreate at home with Naughty Tips from how to save on washing up to the secret that chefs use to create extra-crispy roast potatoes.
STEP INTO NAUGHTY BOY’S WAYS OF COOKING
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