Fresh India by Meera Sodha

Fresh India by Meera Sodha Reviewed by Hannah Fordham Meera Sodha’s Fresh India was a solution to two problems. Newly (mostly) veggie, we were looking for quick mid-week meals. And newly living in the country, takeaway curry was the main thing we missed about city life. I’d been drooling over pretty much every recipe in Sodha’s Guardian column for a while, and the book hasn’t disappointed. The fact it rarely makes it off the kitchen workshop and back to a bookshelf is evidence it’s a winner for us. (It has a whole chapter on aubergines. What’s not to like?) Favourite
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Favourite recipe books

Favourite recipe books The first in a series! We have a number of food stained cook books that get used for inspiration over and over again. Here's the first. Which books are your favourites? I'm not sure how long ago we bought Ursula Ferrigno's Truly Italian, but it is well marked with splashes of tomato sauce and olive oil, so it must be some years' old. Here's one of our favourite recipes, stains and all. She also introduce me to the use of a biga or starter when making focaccia. I cannot recommend this method enough! This is a biga
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