Indian for Everyone: 100 Easy, Healthy Dishes the Whole Family Will Love (Hardcover)
Fresh, flavorful, and full of spices, veggies, and healthy proteins, Indian for Everyone presents over 100 curries, daals, and other classic Indian dishes to make and enjoy with your kids (or without).
A former chef at the Michelin-starred restaurant Tamarind, as well as a creator of a popular line of curry kits and sauces, Hari Ghotra’s mission is to demystify Indian cooking so everyone can enjoy its benefits. She explores the many perks of traditional Indian spices—including reducing inflammation, lowering blood pressure, and easing pain—and shows how to stock your pantry with the most versatile ingredients. She covers basics like biryani and rogan josh, as well as street food, snacks, drinks, and holiday specialties.
Many of the recipes are naturally vegan or vegetarian, but can easily be made with meat as well, as detailed in the substitutions section. And she even includes some flavorful Indian twists on beloved American foods like mac and cheese and chicken wings.
Break out of your food rut with recipes including:
- Shhmokin’ Tandoori Wings
- Curried Jackfruit Tacos
- Crispy Chicken Bomb with Fenugreek and Garlic Butter
- Movie Night Pepperoni Naanza
- Ricotta Stuffed Shells in Saag Masala
- Chili Chocolate Pots
- Blue Moon Milk
Get ready for a lifetime of adventurous eating with Indian for Everyone!
Hari Ghotra is a home-taught chef with a passion for sharing her love of Indian food. Following a career in marketing, Hari began teaching small groups of foodie fans how to create and enjoy authentic Indian cooking, and spent several years training at the Michelin-starred Tamarind collection of restaurants. She is the author of The Easy Indian Slow-Cooker Cookbook: Prep-and-Go Restaurant Favorites to Make at Home, and sells her own bespoke range of curry kits and recipes designed to keep your cooking as easy as possible. She has a popular website (harighotra.co.uk), is a regular contributor to The Daily Meal, and has been featured in the Independent, the Guardian, CNN, and Eater. Follow her on her YouTube channel (@Hari Ghotra).