Sanjana Feasts: Modern vegetarian and vegan Indian recipes to feed your soul (Hardback)
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Sanjana Feasts: Modern vegetarian and vegan Indian recipes to feed your soul (Hardback)

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Hardback 320 Pages
Published: 05/09/2024
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Sanjana Feasts is a collection of dazzling recipes of modern Indian diaspora vegetarian and vegan food.

Sanjana Modha’s flavourful and vibrant recipes are rooted in her Indian heritage, East African family background, and Yorkshire childhood. This book showcases the varied ingredients and unique combinations that are authentic to Sanjana’s upbringing, and includes signature dishes such as Ruffled Biryani, Madras Mac and Cheese with Naan Crumbs, Desi-inspired French Bread Pizza and Sticky Toffee Gulab Jamun, as well as delicious Indian classics.

Over the last few years Sanjana has seen a visible shift in the Western understanding of what Indian food is. It’s gone from curry-house creations, to an exploration of regional food, to fusion cuisine and more recently, an appreciation of street food and casual dining. Today, Indian food is a cacophony of all these elements and more, and Sanjana is forging yet another new direction with the food of diasporic communities, and the flavours of a new generation.

Sanjana Feasts will inspire you both to incorporate these delicious recipes into your everyday cooking, and to raise your game in the kitchen with her tips for the classics.

Publisher: Unbound
ISBN: 9781800182967
Number of pages: 320
Dimensions: 252 x 195 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

'A book that is both current but also deeply rooted in tradition. It’s unapologetic about the cross-over of cultures, it’s bright, vibrant and dynamic' Vivek Singh, Cinnamon Club 'Invitingly warm, conversational in its tone, and packed full of approachable and inspiring recipes that while rooted in tradition are thoroughly modern and highly rewarding' Ravinder Bhogal, author of Jikoni 'Every page leaves me excited, every recipe is packed with flavour' Dan Lepard, author of Short and Sweet 'Sanjana’s writing is warm and beautiful, and her recipes are fun and packed with useful tips, but most importantly, it all sounds delicious! I want to make every single one of her dishes' MiMi Aye, author of the award-winning Mandalay: Recipes & Tales from a Burmese Kitchen 'Approachable, flavour-driven recipes . . . Modha's passion for sharing Indian vegetarian soul food shines with a kind of authenticity that can only come from honouring who she is and what she personally loves to eat . . . Modha brings the same love and intention to the personal anecdotes she shares about the ingredients and people that make up her story' Food Network 'A delightful collection of vegetarian and vegan recipes that will woo anyone who loves Indian food but also wants to up their game in the kitchen' Nik Sharma, author of The Flavour Equation 'This book is packed with passion, creativity and deliciousness' Karan Gokani, author of Hoppers 'A rich tapestry of culture and migration woven into irresistible and creative Indian recipes by a very talented, fresh voice in food writing' Mallika Basu, author of Masala

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