3 Indian Food Books On Our List Right Now
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Looking to spice up your everyday menu this fall season? Below are some Indian food books we love and recommend:
The Incredible Spice Men
Turn your everyday food into something special, exciting and spicy with tips from The Incredible Spice Men. The book aims to jazz up your usual dish with some honey and ginger, or kick it up a notch by letting you add some aromatic fennel seeds and cardamom to your food. Everyday recipes need not be bland with Cyrus and Tony's cooking expertise jotted down in the book.
Made in India: Cooked in Britain: Recipes from an Indian Family Kitchen
A collection of recipes from three generations, Meera Sodha writes a flavourful cookbook that entails her journey of tasting (and cooking) delicious recipes all the way from India. It's packed with fresh and vibrant Indian cuisines such as hot chappatis, fragrant curries and savoury puddings that will make your tastebuds yearn for more. It’s truly a made in India, cooked in Britain story.
Indian Kitchen: Secrets of Indian Home Cooking
"What do Indians cook on a day to day basis?" This book will shed some answers on the ultimate question asked by many. Divided into several chapters such as Hungry, Lazy, Indulgent and Celebratory, Indian Kitchen will literally spice up your menu.
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* Books from Cyrus and Tony, Maunika Gowardhan and Meera Sodha.Subscribe to UpdatesRelated Articles
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