Looking for some fresh new recipes for spring? Here are six of the hottest new food books to add to your collection.
30 Minute Curries by Atul Kochhar – With these recipes from the man behind Benares, you can create authentic curries at home in just 30 minutes! Ditch the takeaway and spice things up with Goan chicken curry, spiced red kidney beans, and Mangalorean fish curry, accompanied by surprisingly simple homemade breads and chutneys.
Cook Thai: 100 delicious, modern Thai dishes by Sebby Holmes – Sebby Holmes is at the heart of London’s Thai food renaissance, having cooked at Smoking Goat, The Begging Bowl, and now Farang in Highbury. His first book is a real treat for adventurous home cooks looking for Thai dishes that go beyond the classic curries and stir-fries. Once you’ve mastered the essential pastes, dips and pickles, you can get stuck into recipes for sticky pork belly with salted roast pumpkin, curried crab claws, and tiger prawn and sweet potato fritters.
Nathan Outlaw’s Home Kitchen – Revamp your midweek meals with a little help from a Michelin starred chef. Nathan Outlaw’s latest book includes family favourites like chicken and leek pie and sticky toffee pud, as well as special occasion dishes like prawn and Champagne risotto and barbecued leg of lamb.Continue Reading