Vibrant India is clearly a labor of love. What I liked were family photos and the writing giving the background for the author’s passion for cooking. The old photos of her grandparents and parents were great.
The recipes are clearly written with uncomplicated cooking instructions and ingredients which aren’t hard to find. Don’t you hate it when recipes require specialty items that are either very expensive or extremely hard to locate?
Lentils – I love them! They are a staple in our pantry so I was happy to see many recipes which feature lentils. I have also enjoyed learning about the difference in Southern Indian cuisine and the Northern style.
Recently, well… within the last several years…. I have renewed my love of Indian food. We have been to several local restaurants and while I have enjoyed the meals immensely, this book will allow me to learn to cook this cuisine at home.
A beauty of a cookbook if you enjoy Indian food. The title is so appropriate as the word vibrant bursts out in photos and passion.
*I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review. All opinions, nice and no-so-nice are my own 🙂