indian Vegetarian Feast Anjum Anand
Anjum Anand grew up in London but has lived and studied in Geneva, Paris and Madrid. She has worked in restaurants in New York, Los Angeles, and New Delhi, but her real love is delicious, stylish and healthy modern Indian food that is simple enough to cook at home. She has family homes in Delhi and Calcutta but is based in London, where she lives with her husband and two children. She has presented two series of BBC2’s Indian Food Made Easy and now has her own range of Indian sauces, The Spice Tailor. Also by Anjum Anand: Indian Food Made Easy Anjum’s New Indian Anjum’s Eat Right for Your Body Type I Love Curry ‘I Love Curry’ is also available as an eBook on the iBook store
Cover photography by Emma Lee
As with all her cooking, her approach to vegetarian food is fresh, simple and healthy. Here, she explores the abundance of glorious, easily available vegetables, pulses and grains to produce dishes that are perfect for the whole family to eat every day. From breakfast to supper snacks, taking in barbecues, dinner parties and family meals along the way, there’s something here for every occasion. All of it is utterly mouth-watering, but is also weighed up by Anjum to make a balanced, healthy diet. Whether you’re a vegetarian or just someone who loves vegetables, Anjum’s delicious recipes – both for authentic Indian food and for more westernised meals – will beguile you. Anjum eats vegetarian food at home, so all the dishes have been tried and tested over and again for the domestic cook.
All published by Quadrille
Quadrille Publishing Ltd Alhambra House 27–31 Charing Cross Road London WC2H 0LS
indian Vegetarian Feast
Vegetables and vegetarian food have never been more popular. With her genius for flavour, as well as India’s wealth of vegetarian dishes, Anjum has created in this book a vibrant collection of recipes that deserves a place in every kitchen.
I S B N 978-1-84949-120-4
With this treasure of a book to hand, vegetarians and omnivores alike will adore every meat-free meal.
Published on Jan 18, 2013
We should all be eating more vegetables, and Anjum’s plethora of scintillating flavours means even the most carnivorous among us will be hap...