I rarely read any Indian cookbooks because I know how to cook Indian food myself. However, I thought to myself what if I could change things around and try something different. So I stumbled upon Indian for Everyone: The Home Cook’s Guide to Traditional Favorites. This cook is flawless and it reminds me my childhood days when my mother used to make Indian food. Of course, mom’s food is the best and it can’t ever be imitated.
What I like about this book is how it lays out the tools of the trade for anyone who wants to get into the world of Indian food. It’s no brainer that is it one of the most sold Indian cookbooks. I prefer to get the Kindle version because the paperback can be a nuisance to carry around.
Another part of the book I like is how the spices are introduced based on the color and texture. To a non-Indian cook, all Indian spices look alike but once you start getting into cooking you’ll realize there is a uniqueness in each spices.
So what are you waiting for, get your copy and start cooking.