Books to Celebrate #NationalCurryWeek
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In celebration of #NationalCurryWeek, today we feature cookbooks that will truly delight the foodie soul in you. From Anjum Anand to Sanjeev Kapoor, we have enlisted authors and cookbooks you need in order to have a flavourful day in the kitchen -- enjoy!
Author Anjum Anand shares an eclectic choice of her favourite curries in "I Love Curry: The Best Indian Curries You'll Ever Cook". Recipes found in the book will suit a lighter, healthier way of eating -- each dish bursting with the different flavours of India. Whether you're a professional cook or not, you will surely enjoy this book.
Sanjeev Kapoor became a household name with his weekly cooking show on Indian TV and with his easy, no-fuss cooking approach. In his book, “How to Cook Indian: 500 Classic Recipes for the Modern Kitchen”, Kapoor shares the depth and diversity of Indian recipes and dishes, making it the only cookbook you'll ever need. He shows us the savoury side of Palak Paneer, Samosas, Kebabs and more. He also judged the latest season of the Indian version of Master Chef with Chef Vikas Khanna.
Pat Chapman, author of "The New Curry Bible" knows what British people want in the kitchen. In his book, he decided to arrange recipes according to menu order the way restaurants do it. Think, Tandoori and Tikka dishes. Not to mention “house specials” such as dhal dishes, vegetable curries and more. Get ready to cook up and savour the perfect curry at home.
The perfect book for spice lovers of all cuisines possible is here: "Atul's Curries of the World". From exploring the cuisines of Asia and Africa, Atul Kochhar also explores the Americas, Europe and the UK in pursuit of the world's best curries. His book features over 100 recipes showcasing curry in its wonderful and mouth-watering form, from one continent to the next. Definitely a cookbook you will love to reference when cooking your favourite curry cuisine.You can explore his recipes at his flagship restaurant Benares in London.
Looking for a cookbook that will give you tips on how to whip up curries that are healthy, low in fat but refreshingly savoury? “The Curry Secret: How to Cook Real Indian Restaurant Meals at Home” will give you mouth-watering Indian recipes that'll tickle your curry fantasies. Enjoy cooking up Kris Dhillon's recipes, from Aloo Gobi to Chicken Tikka Masala, there’s a dish fit for every day of the week.
Always ready to give its readers the kind of recipe for every palate and preference, Chef Vikas Khanna collates all the best Indian dishes in one book: "My Great Indian Cookbook". This book comes in more than 130 easy-to-cook dishes which are truly palatable and mouth-watering. He even cooked a gourmet Indian affaire for the Indian Prime Minister’s banquet during his latest visit to the US. Chef Khanna has also put up several restaurants which you can check out here.
"What do Indians cook on a day to day basis?" This book by Maunika Gowardhan will shed some answers on the ultimate question asked by many who loves to whip up and cook. She is quite popular for showing the audience Indian food beyond Tikka Masala and introduced people to regional and Southern Konkann region cuisine. Her book is divided into several chapters such as Hungry, Lazy, Indulgent and Celebratory, which will literally spice up your day to day menu.
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