Every day is good to try new recipes and this time I open my kitchen to the flavor of Indian food. This cook book The Indian Family Kitchen: Classic Dishes for a New Generation is a compilation of one of the most classic Indian plates.
The recipes are easy to follow. Some of the dishes don't have photo and is difficult to imagine how is going to be, but so far the food is delicious and is a new form to travel at home. I'm so happy trying different foods of many countries. Let's see what I have in mind for the next review of cooking books. I hope that you like this book and enjoy the food like me. The book has 224 pages.
More information about the cookbook:
"A fresh and friendly introduction to South Asian cuisine, The Indian Family Kitchen reflects how we cook today with seasonal and vegetable-forward recipes. This striking cookbook shows how to coax flavor out of your favorite foods by adding Indian spices: rub butternut squash with garam masala before roasting with salty feta and sun-dried tomatoes; marinate chicken wings in a punchy tandoori sauce; and brighten up a quinoa salad with ginger and cumin.
You'll also find classics refined over the years by the granddaughter of the family that brough Patak's sauces and chutneys to households around the world. Throughout, The Indian Family Kitchen demystifies traditional cooking methods with kitchen shortcuts and the spices you should always have on hand—for delicious family meals that'll be loved by generation upon generation."