Vying to be the next Master chef? Invest in a few good cook books!!by Sushant Bhosale June 22, 2013 0 comments
If you wish to brush up your culinary skills or impress your family and friends then the easiest way out is to become a culinary expert. With lots of international cuisines available, the going does get tough….but don’t you worry for there are plethora of master chefs and their books which could help you to brush up your cooking skills and provide you with truly sumptuous recipes. To begin with you need to buy some cook books written by them and try out their recipes. Currently, the most popular Indian chefs who have published their cookbooks are mentioned below-
My Great India Cookbook by Vikas Khanna:
Written by the an award winning Michelin Starred Indian chef who is easily recognized as the host of the Master Chef India, My Great India Cookbook by Vikas Khanna is a masterpiece by itself. An interesting compilation of recipes to suit almost every palate and taste, the book contains select recipes such as Bepadiya Rotli, Bharwan Murgh, Surat Patra, Fanasachi Bhaaji, and Shirazi Pulao. In all, you can browse to through more than 130 recipes ranging from watering starters, chutneys and pickles and choicest of desserts.
Simple Indian Cookery by Madhur Jaffrey:
Extremely versatile and talented, Madhur Jaffrey is an actress as well. She hosted and presented several cookery series and also developed a line of cooking sauces. In the book, Simple Indian Cookery as the name suggests makes it easy for a novice to try Indian recipes for the cooking instructions and illustrations are mentioned clearly which makes following them quite easy. Check out the tried and tested recipes ranging from soups, starters, vegetarian as well as non vegetarian curries and other accompaniments.
Cooking Delights of the Maharajas-Exotic Dishes from the Princely House of Sailana by Digvijaya Singh:
Written by Digvijaya Singh, Maharaja Saheb of Sailana who is known to be a connoisseur of food, Cooking Delights of the Maharajas contains royal recipes which till now were closely guarded secrets. Test your culinary skills as you try out these recipes for they are truly special and exotic in taste too.
Cooking With Love: Vegetarian Recipes From My Mother’s Kitchen by Sanjeev Kapoor:
Considered as one of India’s highly successful and premier chefs Sanjeev Kapoor, Cooking With Love is collection of his personal favorite recipes which were cooked by his mother and mother-in-law. Traditionally cooked at home but extremely delicious, these recipes reflect the warmth and affection of the cook. An eclectic mix of spicy as well as non spicy fare, this cook book is simply a must in each kitchen in India.
This is just the tip of good cook books written by Indian authors and easily available online as well as in the market. Before you stack them up at home, do check out the latest deals and offers available on them by visiting Compareraja for attractive discounts and vouchers are waiting to be used up.