Vegan Treasures of India: 60 Home-Style Recipes that Capture the Country's Favorite Flavors (Paperback)

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Vegan Treasures of India: 60 Home-Style Recipes that Capture the Country's Favorite Flavors (Paperback)

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Discover the Showstopping Hidden Gems of Indian Cuisine

Thanks to this revolutionary cookbook, a treasure trove of crave-worthy Indian dishes that have been missing from the Western restaurant scene is now at your fingertips. Whether you are entertaining guests, packing lunch or fixing a weeknight meal, this book has you covered with flavorful, homestyle Indian recipes that use only use the most delicious plant-based ingredients.

Linger over Hearty Vegetable Ishtoo, or share the iconic Vada Pav with your loved ones. Spice up your weeknights with family-favorite recipes like Robust Kadala Curry or indulge in treats such as Cooling Kesar Kulfi. These plant-forward dishes will reinvigorate your weekly meal rotation and introduce you to an astounding new realm of flavor.

Anusha Moorthy Santosh is the creator of the popular blog YummyYatra. She has collaborated with the world’s leading vegan brands and publications as a recipe expert and digital content creator. Anusha lives in Alpharetta, Georgia.
Product Details ISBN: 9781645679080
ISBN-10: 164567908X
Publisher: Page Street Publishing
Publication Date: September 12th, 2023
Pages: 168
Language: English

“This is a must-have cookbook for every kitchen. Anusha's gift for creating mouthwatering vegan recipes shines through in this captivating debut. You’ll want to cook and eat them all!”
—Kim-Julie Hansen, author of Best of Vegan and Vegan Reset

“This stunning collection of wholesome recipes is a treasure indeed: A feast for the eyes and the soul.”
—Dr. Sheil Shukla, author of Plant-Based India

“Prepare to embark on a culinary adventure like no other! Every recipe is packed with vibrant, bold flavors that will have you craving more.”
—Keith Sarasin, chef and owner of Aatma, author of The Farmers Dinner Cookbook