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  • Hardcover: 176 pages
  • Publisher: Quadrille Publishing Ltd (27 Sept. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1849491208
  • ISBN-13: 978-1849491204
  • Product Dimensions: 20.1 x 2.3 x 25.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (156 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 52,272 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

Anjum Anand is well known as the presenter of two BBC2 series of Indian Food Made Easy. Her accompanying books - Indian Food Made Easy and Anjum's New Indian - were both bestsellers. Anjum appears in newspapers and magazines and broadcasts regularly on radio and TV about her light, healthy, modern take on Indian food. Her new book, Eat Right for your Body Type, the super-healthy diet based on Ayurveda was published in January. She lives with her husband and daughter in north London.

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“Not just a bit on the side, Indian condiments can turn a simple starter or main course into a taste sensation.  Anjum shows us how it’s done…” 1st October, Cook Vegetarian

“With its scintillating flavour combinations, even dedicated carnivores won’t miss a thing in Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feast.  And it’s beautifully photographed.” 1st October 2012, Good Housekeeping 

“ These recipes are so delicious, you won’t miss the meat.  Mile high chickpea burgers, Coconut French toast… is your mouth watering?” October 2012, Woman’s Own

‘TV chef Anjum Anand proved Indian food can be quick, stylish and healthy with these delicious dishes.’  October 2012, Bella 

‘Anjum Anand’s new book serves up some inspirational ideas for a vegetarian feast.’ The Lady, 28th September 2012

‘Healthy and simple enough to make every day, Anjum Anand prepares an authentic vegetarian Indian adventure.’ Top Sante, November 2012 

‘[Anjum Anand] has recipes for everything from brunch dishes, such as Indian potato hash, to spicy suppers like shitake mushroom curry, as well as classics such as paratha.  Delicious ideas like stuffed peppers in a peanut-tamarind sauce should convince even confirmed meat-easter that going veggie is worth a try.’ Waitrose Weekend, October 18th 2012

“These fuss-free recipes from student foodie sensation Sam Stern are perfect for those off to uni, or just people who love to cook…” Bella Magazine, 18th September 2012

“From mastering the basics to insider tips and techniques, this book will teach you everything you need to become a confident cook.  From fast food to slow, food to go or eat in, healthy to greedy, there’s something in the over 100 masterclass recipes features to match every mood, budget and lifestyle.” Flavour Magazine, October 2012


About the Author

Anjum Anand grew up in London and has also lived and studied in Geneva, Paris and Madrid. She has worked in restaurants in New York, Los Angeles and New Delhi, but her real love is home-cooked food. She was one of the first writers to create fresh, light and health-conscious Indian recipes. She has presented two successful Indian Food Made Easy BBC TV series and written four bestselling books, all published by Quadrille. She travels regularly to India but lives in London with her husband and two children. Her husband and his family are strict vegetarians so she is truly an expert on vegetarian recipes.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By R. Wood TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 10 Oct. 2013
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I ordered this cook book for my mum off Amazon Vine. Due to her really enjoying cooking & being a fan of Anjum Anand's work, this Indian Vegetarian Feast book seemed like a good idea. And my mum has really found the book worthwhile.

After cooking a few recipes from this, she found the instructions clear & concise, with the ingredients easily obtainable from good supermarkets. The recipes on offer here are made all the more enticing thanks to the wonderful pictures accompanying them, and the results themselves are really successful and accurate. When my mum tested the recipes, she found the seasonings (more-or-less) spot-on, with no alterations to the ingredients necessary. Anjum's methods here are absolutely impeccable! You certainly won't go far wrong following them!

In my own opinion (as a non-vegetarian), I certainly didn't miss the meat from the dishes that came out of this book. The meals in here will certainly appeal to both vegetarians & otherwise, and for the meat-eaters, this will make for a most refreshing change indeed. Anjum's Indian Vegetarian Feast is nothing short of a winning formula for fans & cooks alike. Overall, my mum found this to be an inspirational cookery book, and would recommend it to all.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Damaskcat HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 26 Feb. 2013
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I've always enjoyed eating in Indian restaurants but have never tried cooking Indian food myself. This book seems like a good place to start. It is a beautifully produced book with marvellous photographs of the finished dishes. There is a useful list of ingredients at the beginning of the book and information on making your own paneer which is a soft cheese used in many recipes.

The recipes in this book are arranged under the following headings:
Breakfast and Brunch
Drinks
Starters and Snacks
Salads and Grills
Glorious Vegetables
Cheese, Pulses and Eggs
Gorgeous Grains
On the Side
Divine Desserts
There are many of the familiar dishes such as Onion Bhajis and Bombay Potatoes but there are plenty of less familiar recipes - or less familiar to me - such as Cannellini bean, ruby chard and quinoa pilaf.

One advantage to making your own curries is that you can make them as hot or mild as you choose and I shall enjoy experimenting to find what suits my taste buds best. The recipes are easy to follow and well laid out on the page. Ingredients and quantities are clearly listed.

If you like vegetarian cookery or Indian food then this is an ideal book for you.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Reviewser TOP 500 REVIEWER on 9 April 2013
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I haven't really cooked indian food before. I have been to india, indeed it was something I enjoyed very much but never did I bother trying to replicate some of the mouth watering food I was spoilt with whilst in the country.
So this book, well it was a welcome sight.

First off, it is achievable. The food within doesn't always require rare and impossible to find ingredients. Pictures are included with most of the recipes as well as easy to follow instructions. This is very very good.

I can't really fault the recipes I have tried. The stuffed peppers in peanut tamarind sauce were divine and the recipes for making korma curries were equally good.I am quite a fan of the humble aubergine and this book contains a few aubergine recipes I hadn't come across before and there were very good.

One thing I want to point out is that the breakfast and brunch section is really good. I am not going to give it away but suffice to say it is rather surprising and once you've tried them you kind of understand. Just try it.

A brilliant book, the fact is is all vegetarian food actually adds rather than detracts to the overall value of the book.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Victor HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 20 May 2013
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Some years ago I was a committed carnivore, and insisted on some form of meat, usually a pork product, with every meal. My wife has been carefully weaning me off my unhealthy bacon based diet for the last few years, to the point where I will now go for an entire day without eating meat voluntarily. And the main tool that she has used for this has been the amazing vegetarian food based on the cuisine of India. She maintains that it is the best vegetarian cuisine in the world, and often wonders why people order meat curries in Indian restaurants, where the vegetarian cuisine is not only amazing, but is present in abundance and with a wide variety to suit every palate. And I have to say that I agree with her.

So this is the ideal book for us. It has a huge variety of recipes, for every level of cooking skill, for every meal of the day, for every palate. Anjum Anand clearly has a passion for the food, and encourages you to try things that you wouldn't have previously considered with her enthusiastic writing. Recipes are clearly laid out and easy to follow, and all in all this is an excellent cook book. 5 stars.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Persona Synthetic TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 20 Mar. 2013
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A really gorgeous set of vegetarian recipes. Based on a combination of authentic Indian dishes and other maybe more western dishes with an Indian influence. I've cooked maybe eight separate dishes in a relatively short period of time and they are really delicious, healthy as well.
Very easy to adapt to taste preferences also; I don't like ginger so adapt any dishes with the devils root in. There's a useful two page section at the front called 'Indian vegetarian pantry' which lists the basic/essential stock to have which will cover a multitude of recipes, separated into subsections - pulses (beans and lentils); spices (whole and ground); grains and Nuts and Seeds. Most of the recipes have pictures of the finished dish, some do not but these tend to be the ones that are derivative or a variation on a dish that is pictured. The ingredients and method are clearly laid out so asthetically it is also very nicely done.
I'd say it's one of the nicest recipe books I have seen for a long time, probably up there with Hugh Fearnley-Whittenstalls 'Veg Every Day' book in terms of dish quality.
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