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7 Savoury Books About Indian Food For Food Enthusiasts Out There!

7 Savoury Books About Indian Food For Food Enthusiasts Out There!

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Find here 7 savoury books about Indian food to enlighten your taste buds. Not only Indians but people from all over the world are fascinated by Indian food. It is liked by many due to its unique preparation and the perfect use of herbs and spices. So, if you are also a fan of Indian food, here are 7 savoury books about Indian food.

 

1. Serving Crazy with Curry by Amulya Malladi

Published By Ballantine Books

This book is about a woman, who despite many personal and professional challenges in her life. Embarking on a journey for self-acceptance in the process, she creates many complex yet delicious dishes.

Goodreads rating- 3.6/5

Amazon.in- 4.1/5 

 

2. Ginger and Ganesh: Adventures in Indian Cooking, Culture, and Love by Nani Power

Published By Counterpoint LLC

This book is half fiction and half memoir. It focuses on cooking traditions passed on between generations. This book contains numerous recipes, each conveying the meaning of a modern woman in this contemporary society.

Goodreads rating- 2.9/5

Barnes & Noble- 3.3/5

 

3. Mistress of Spices by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

Published By Anchor

This book is about a woman named Tilo, trained in magic, who cures people with mystical properties of spices. She, however, gets involved in romance and now has to choose between her romance & her supernatural life.

Goodreads rating- 3.5/5

Flipkart- 4.4/5

 

4. The Abundance by Amit Majmudar

Published By Metropolitan Books

This book is about a daughter trying to learn her mother’s cooking skills in the midst of her mother’s deteriorating health. And about the conflicts between different thinking and ideologies.

Goodreads rating- 3.8/5

Scribd- 4.1/5

 

5. Chef by Jaspreet Singh

Published By Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

This book gives a compelling look at the India-Pakistan problem from Siachen Glacier. This book revolves around the story of Chef Kirpal, who returns to Kashmir to cook his last meal at the Governor’s Residence.

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Goodreads Rating- 3.3/5

 

6. The Flavour Equation By Nik Sharma

Published By Chronicle Books

This book is a guide to elevate the most elemental ingredients to make scrumptious dishes.

Goodreads Rating- 4.2/5

Barnes & Noble- 5/5

 

7. Feasts and Fasts by Colleen Taylor

Published By Reaktion Books

This book talks about the link between health, diet and medicine, and also about dietary prescriptions.

Goodreads Rating- 4.1/5

 

Do give these 7 savoury books about Indian food a read. Let yourself experience the delicious writing in these books.

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