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Dishoom: The first ever cookbook from the much-loved Indian restaurant Kindle Edition
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This book is a total delight. The photography, the recipes and above all, the stories. I've never read a book that has made me look so longingly at my suitcase
There are few cookbooks that immerse you in their subject so thoroughly and so lovingly as Dishoom. Part travel guide, part history, part food manual, this reads like a personal diary with a stonking recipe collection as a bonus. I could eat the Mattar Paneer every week and I probably will, with a Chilli Cheese Toast chaser
Like its carefully observed, pitch perfect restaurants, Dishoom's cookbook is a feast for all the senses, and brings the restaurant's delicious dishes into the home kitchen. Every page is begging to be pored over and cooked from, each picture leaping from the page with atmosphere and generosity. It's a gorgeous thing
Shamil Thakrar's intimate, rich and lyrical writing and stories, alongside striking photography, takes the reader on a ride from Koolar & Co café to Marine Drive (Daily Telegraph)
A tantalising foodie tour through the highways and byways of India's largest metropolis (Sunday Express)
The results prove worth it every time, and the book is a pleasure to read (Daily Telegraph)
Over 100 comfort food recipes - inspired by Parsi, Muslim, Hindu and Christian traditions - take you from dawn till dusk, starting with breakfast and ending with dinner and a nightcap. Given the time, I'd cook every single one of them (BBC Good Food Magazine)
Dishoom: From Bombay with Love is a delightful read. Even if you're just after the secret of the bacon naan (Caterer)
These brilliant, easy-to-follow recipes are a virtual tour of the city's best eating and drinking spots --This text refers to the hardcover edition.
About the Author
Dishoom serves a much-loved menu of Bombay comfort food and award-winning drinks in beautiful restaurants that each have a unique story. The first Dishoom opened in Covent Garden in 2010, and there are now five restaurants in London, one in Edinburgh, and one in Manchester. Dishoom breaks down barriers by bringing people together over food and drink: in its restaurants, at its events, and through charity (donating a meal for every meal, with 8 million meals donated so far).
Shamil and Kavi Thakrar are co-founders of Dishoom and Naved Nasir is Executive Chef. Shamil and Kavi grew up in London, but have spent many years becoming deeply acquainted with Bombay's flavours and quirks and falling in love with the city. Naved worked in various renowned restaurants in Bombay before moving to London to open Dishoom. This is their first cookbook.--This text refers to the hardcover edition.
- File size : 119979 KB
- ASIN : B07QHZTCCG
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- Print length : 796 pages
- Language: : English
- Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing; 1st edition (5 September 2019)
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Best Sellers Rank: #57,397 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I absolutely love Dishoom and I'm so happy that some of my fave dishes are in this cookbook (lamb chops, vada Pau and gunpowder potatoes etc.)
For me I'm just interested in the recipes themselves and not the history behind it but if I get time I will defo check it out.
I like how I've seen that some recipes it will offer an alternative e.g. 12 fresh curry leaves OR 3tsp dried curry leaves. For me, that's helpful!
The quality of the book itself is amazing as well, £20 is a lot for me to spend on a cookbook or any book for that matter but I feel like the quality of the book itself and most importantly all the recipes it has is definitely worth it.
I'm Asian myself but I am absolutely cack at cooking asian dishes but these recipes are really detailed and tell you how to make everything including any spice blends they add.
OH and a nice little thing they have towards the end are menu ideas! So for Eid or Diwali etc., gives you some inspiration on what to dishes to cook which I think is nice.
I am honestly so excited to cook all my favourites, I might finally be a decent cook :) I think I'm most excited about the chops.... the fact that I can have them whenever I want.... the dream