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Ù Read å Fresh India: 130 Quick, Easy and Delicious Vegetarian Recipes for Every Day by Meera Sodha Ç I ve checked out Made in India several times from the local library and will eventually purchase it Fresh India wasn t available so I caved and bought the kindle version, and it was worth every penny The recipes are well written and entertaining, as they have a background story as it relates to her past nostalgia indian cuisine Ginger, garlic, peppers, cumin, chili powder, coriander, turmeric, and various other spices are used to create flavor profiles I ve never tasted before, despite eating in various Indian restaurants Many of her recipes are simple and can be made in a pinch if one has an aptitude for cooking The East African peanut cake is to die for There s also a recipe for Indian street chai, which looks delicious, but I m mostly vegan and haven t attempted it yet.
An Unbridled Joy Nigel SlaterWINNER OF THE OBSERVER FOOD MONTHLY S BEST NEW COOKBOOK AWARD FROM THE FORTNUM MASON COOKERY WRITER OF THE YEAR Meera Sodha Reveals A Whole New Side Of Indian Food That Is Fresh, Delicious And Quick To Make At Home These Vegetable Based Recipes Offer Up A Treasure Trove Of Flavours, Making The Perfect Gift For Both Vegetarians And Meat Eaters Here Are Surprising Recipes For Every Day Made Using Easy To Find Ingredients Mushroom And Walnut Samosas, Oven Baked Onion Bhajis And Beetroot And Paneer Kebabs There Are Familiar And Classic Indian Recipes Like Dals, Curries And Pickles, Alongside Less Familiar Ones Using Fresh Seasonal British Ingredients, Like Brussels Sprout Thoran, Gardeners Question Time Pilau And Green Beans With Cashew Nuts And Coconut And Then There Are Showstoppers Such As Daily Dosas With Coconut Potatoes, Roasted Cauliflower Korma, Sticky Mango Paneer Skewers, Wild Mushroom Upma And Lime Pickle Rice With Roast Squash And Red Onion To Finish, There S A Chapter Of Luscious Puddings Like Salted Peanut And Jaggery Kulfi Alongside Carrot Halwa And Pistachio Cake The Tastiest, Liveliest, Spice Infused Fare This Side Of The Sabamarti River Guardian Terrific, Flaunting How Rich And Resourceful Vegetarian Cooking Can Be Sunday Times Love this book I am not a vegetarian, but I do like to eat like one sometimes This book, in conjunction with her other book Made In India, have some of the best recipes I have ever tasted Highly recommended

I was a HUGE fan of Made in India, so eagerly awaited the US publication of her follow up And so far, it s been great I made the tamarind eggplant curry, and grilled cabbage with coconut, both excellent Being that eggplant is a favorite of mine, I was excited to see an entire chapter dedicated to eggplant I like the organization of the book, breaking things down by main ingredient Overall, I highly recommend both this and Made in India which has meat recipes if you re into that.
I absolutely love this book Firstly, it s beautiful Which who doesn t want a beautiful well crafted cook book with colorful vibrant pictures Secondly, the set up of the book is delightful Meera gives nice anecdotes to go with each recipe and chapter and explains things with grace and ease.
Secondly, I love her 10 tips and insights at the beginning Particularly the piece about practice practice practice and that not all chiles are created equal TRUE Thirdly, I ve found that the recipes are easy to veganize for all my fellow vegans out there The recipes are straight forward and less complex compared to Vegan Richa s Vegan Indian cookbook, which is nice for weekday cooking.
Finally, and I suppose most importantly, everything I ve made is delicious, flavorful,

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