Curry Everyday: Over 100 Simple Vegetarian Recipes from Jaipur to Japan (Hardcover)
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From the first Michelin-starred Indian chef, delicious veggie curries from around the world.
Curry is one of the world's most popular dishes, and twice Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar's cookbooks have for the past decade made it easy to understand why. Now, Kochhar turns his attention to vegetarian curries, as he explores recipes from his native India to the Far East, via Africa and the Middle East and beyond.
Renowned for his pairing of the best and freshest produce with inspiration from India, Atul Kochhar takes the next steps in his gastronomic journey to showcase recipes ranging from quick and easy dishes to more elaborate feasts guaranteed to wow friends and family. From spicy cauliflower curry made in Korea, to sweetcorn in coconut curry made in Uganda, to pumpkin and mango curry made in West India, Curry Everyday provides home chefs an incredible range of delectable vegetarian dishes from all corners of the globe.
Simple, accessible, and endlessly inspiring, Curry Everyday is the must-have curry cookbook for beginners and experienced chefs alike.
About the Author
Atul Kochhar is a celebrated Indian chef and author of six books. He was the first Indian chef to receive a Michelin-star in 2001. He has opened restaurants across the world, from London, Marlow and Ireland to Dubai and Spain, and continues to astound with his incredible food. Atul is a regular on British television, often appearing on Saturday Kitchen, MasterChef and The Great British Menu. @atulkochhar
“[An] excellent “global feast” of vegetarian curry recipes . . . home cooks of all levels will appreciate Kochhar's uncomplicated instructions, handy substitutions, various curry spice mixes, and breads to scoop it all up . . . Those looking to expand their knowledge and palates will find plenty of inspiration.” —Publishers Weekly