Oh hey its been 6 months since my Second book Release!!! Don’t have a copy yet? Get it on Amazon, and other retailers all over the World(International links)!
Everyday Kitchen, the name doesn’t do justice to all the Amazing food in the book. Its more a variety of International and fusion meals with options for everyone! 🧡❤
- 7 Meal Chapters, 1 on Brunch and 1 Dessert.
- 140+ Recipes. Many with variations to use different sauce or ingredient to make a new dish.
- 132 Gluten-free or Option Recipes.
- 124 Soy-free or option Recipes.
- 107 Nut-free or option Recipes.
- 70 Recipes that can be made within 30 minutes
- Nutrition info and Metric values included.
Lets go over the chapters, my faves and the TOC, Tips distributed in between, and Giveaway at the End of the post. As with my first book 40% of my earning gets donated to various Charities listed in the book.
Chapter 1 Peanut Butter & Coconut
When in a jiffy, I always make some PB sauce dishes. My faves are the Lentils in PB Sauce(of course!), Green curry fried rice (so vibrant!), Massaman Curry! Can’t eat peanuts, no worries, use my Peanut-free & Nutfree Peanut Sauce from the chapter. Options for Everyone!
Chapter 2 Sweet and Sour
Crispy Orange Cauliflower, Sweet and sour Tofu (pan fried with a few tsp of oil), Manchurian noodles, kung pao lentils, Teriyaki Lentil Balls oh yeah! So many Takeout meals in this chapter but without the deep frying. Refreshing and Delicious!
- Most of the sauces are freezer friendly, so make ahead to reduce active time.
- Many recipes use veggies that you can always chop ahead and store. I chop up some onion, ginger, garlic, chili, peppers over the weekend as they are usually the base component in many Indian and other recipes.
- Premake or use premade ingredients like pizza sauce, red curry paste, pizza dough etc
- Read the recipe once entirely before proceeding. Once you cook a few recipes from the book, the flow gets easier and reduces the prep and active times.
- a bit of planning goes a long way!
Chapter 3 Masala & Saag
I mean, literally everything is a fave from this chapter. I will always be partial to Indian food and the next fave is Ethiopian. Lentil balls with Masala sauce and Ethiopian Jackfruit and lentil wot are a stand out. The curried Noodles are super quick fave. All of the sauces are freezer friendly. Always have masala sauces in the fridge!
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Chapter 4 Buffalo and Firecracker
Hot Stuff! You can adjust the heat with using less of the hot sauce. The buffalo chickpea Pizza and firecracker Crispy Cauliflower, oh yeah! Buffalo anything with the book’s popular from scratch vegan ranch, perfect!.
Get the book on Amazon, and other retailers all over the World! As with my first book 40% of my earning gets donated to various Charities listed in the book.
If you have the print book, you can get the kindle version for your kindle, computer, phone etc for just 2.99! Applies to both books. thats 90% Off!🧡
Chapter 5 Burgers, Sandwiches, Loafs
The whopper Pecan Mushroom lentil burgers(so much flavor), Brown Chickpea jackfruit burgers (so hearty), Chickpea BBQ loaf, and the seed-full Quinoa bbq patties (no Beans). Mmmm.. Most patties can be made gluten-free, serve with gluten-free bread or wraps. The patties can be made into loafs and the loafs can be made into patties!
Chapter 6 Bowls and Hands
Jalapeno popper dip Wraps, Chickpea Veggie stew with baharat (so good), The buddha bowl with Nacho spiced Sweet potatoes(hell yeah!), Crispy Smoky Lentils with creamy greens bowl(so addictive). So much texture and Flavor!
Chapter 7 Deep Dishing
Are you ready for a gooey cheesy Deep deep dish pizza? With from scratch Mozzarella and your own pizza sauce (or use premade), Spinach Alfredo Pizza or make a sandwich melt!, Smoky Mac bake, Spinach artichoke Lasagna (all have nut-free options!). Once you have some of the components ready, the pizzas and bakes come together fairly quickly.
Chapter 8 Breakfast for Lunch
Frittatas (no tofu!), Chickpea chilaquiles, Samosa stuffed french toast is where its at. This chapter is all savory brunches. Some sweet options are in the Dessert Chapter.
Many of the recipes are also very kid friendly as reported by all of you who have been cooking from the book. Adjust the heat as needed by reducing cayenne, black pepper, hot sauce and green chilies. Spices and herbs can change in flavor as they age, add more or less to preference when you taste.
Chapter 9 Sweet Note
Almond Butter Cheesecake Brownies, Blondies, Cupcakes, Tiramisu Fudge Bars! yuhum. And for a lighter fare, try the Lemon Chia Pudding, Seedy Chocolate Snack Bars!
Chapter 10 is some basics
The 20 min pizza dough is super quick. The Gluten-free pizza dough works out wonderfully as well. Can’t find good gluten-free tortillas or wraps? make the soft pliable gluten-free flatbread from this chapter.
Chapter 11 is Pantry, Tools and Index of Recipe groups based on Soy-free, Gluten-free, Nut-free!
If you have the book, please do review it! ❤
If you have the print book, you can get the kindle version for your kindle, computer, phone etc for just 2.99! thats 90% Off!🧡
If you don’t have the book, get it!
Thank you so much for all the love so far! 🧡❤🧡❤
I am giving away 2 signed copies for US and 2 unsigned for everywhere else in the world on this post.
To Enter, please comment below about any recipe that you have loved recently from the books or the blog! Ends, Mar 31
Love all of your recipes! Had the Malai Kofta last night and it was amazing, well worth the effort! Thank you so much!!
Vegan Richa Support
excellent thank YOU
I’ve been living in a tent for the past 3 months while my house undergoes massive renovations (it’s been picked up and moved 12 meters to higher ground, all the rotted framework and insulation redone, plus an addition and new kitchen and bathroom!). Most of my belongings are in boxes in storage, I cook over a 2 burner camping stove or invite myself to friends’ houses to use their kitchens and cook for them and myself. The only cookbook I didn’t pack away is yours–it travels wherever I go.
I’m torn between cauliflower potatoes with pickle spices and dal makhani as to which is my current favourite—but for simplicity and comfort the spiced cabbage potatoes win top prize!
thats amazing! So glad the book is travelling with you!
The pumpkin sage pasta recipe on your blog makes me appreciate how impactful fresh herbs can be! It never disappoints, no matter the crowd. Thanks for all you do!
Your peanut-sweet potato-chickpea burgers are amazing. I don’t make them nearly enough. They are perfect.
From the blog mostnrecently-Lasagna Soup! Oregon, USA. Love your Indian Kitchen cookbook-too many to mention. Must get this new book too! Do you ever have any workshops or cooking classes? That would be worth a Seattle adventure for sure 👍
The buffalo chickpea pizza was delicious!
Honestly all your recipes are solid. I’ve learned so much from your site and following on social media. But I do love the BBQ tofu pizza! That crust is awesome.