I cook from the heart. Actually, I do everything from the heart!
Pinky Lilani

Spice Magic Experience

An inspirational session sharing the importance of passion, networking and kindness to business success.

Celebrated motivational speaker and Indian cookery specialist, Pinky Lilani CBE DL, welcomes you to sample her unique style first hand. Spice Magic provides an opportunity for business teams to:

  • relax and bond in an informal setting, whilst learning to cook Indian food
  • be inspired at the work place with a motivational talk and cookery demonstration

Also you can own a piece of Spice Magic too! Books and gift pack are available to buy.

Corporate: Pinky provides corporate seminars, which are inspiring, practical and delicious! Spice Magic Seminars & Team Building Days are for groups of up to eight delegates, and include a motivational talk, a demonstration of the various techniques in the use of spices, and a session on how to cook a selection of Indian dishes, followed by the opportunity to sample the food in an informal dining experience. The day provides a unique approach to team awareness and interaction.

On the move: If you can't come to Pinky, Pinky can come to you. She can conduct the same demonstrations on her portable tabletop cooker (if health and safety at your venue permits).

Private Parties: Spice Magic parties transport you into a deliciously different world. A world full of mouthwatering authentic Indian dishes. Where you discover the joys of learning to cook using traditional Indian techniques with the best fresh ingredients. Explore the myths and legends and and immerse yourself in the cultural richness of India. Experience warm traditional Indian hospitality and leave with the skills and knowledge to cook creatively in your own kitchen. Spice Magic parties are an unusual way of celebrating a special occasion, bridal shower, birthday or anniversary - they make the perfect gift or just a great evening out!


What a wonderful afternoon. The sizzle of excitement following your presentation lingered in the room long after the aroma of garlic from your bombay potatoes had dispersed. All of us went away warmed and inspired by your simple, but central message about the value of women connecting in positive ways and I am so grateful to you.
Jenny Brown, St Paul's