When I wrote my first book, which was full of revamped and lightened recipes from my childhood, I thought to myself that if I never get a publisher, that would be fine because at least I would have this “book” to remind myself of the recipes I grew up on (I have a terrible memory) but also to pass down to the next generation.
I love the idea of passing on recipes, even if they are not your own. There is something personal about sharing your dishes even if it is in the form of written words rather than tangible tastes. I do think about the people who are buying my books and try to write recipes that would please all palates. There is definitely a certain amount of vulnerability that goes into a book and all authors want their readers to enjoy the experience. I want my readers to use the book, to have personal notes in the margin on how they personalise the recipe to their own palate. I hope I am achieving these goals and I hope you enjoy my books.
|Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feast
My new book is out now! It is full of delicious, exciting vegetarian dishes that are perfect for meat-free days or a vegetarian lifestyle.Look inside and read more…
|Anjum’s New Indian
A collection of regional recipes to go with Anjum’s second TV series of Indian Food Made Easy.Look inside and read more…
|Indian Every Day
A collection of healthy, mainly Punjabi recipes to give you a new perspective on the unique taste of Indian Food.Look inside and read more…
|Indian Food Made Easy
A collection of healthy, mainly Punjabi recipes to give you a new perspective on the unique taste of Indian Food
.Look inside and read more…
|I Love Curry
The best Indian curries you’ll ever cook. More than 50 main dishes bursting with the flavours of India.Look inside and read more…
|Eat Right for Your Body Type
Takes the principles of Ayurveda and applies them to modern life. A guide to eating healthily and wisely.Look inside and read more…