Books for Cooks

There’s no denying that after spending over a year at home in our kitchens, we’ve been reaching for inspiration from the furthest corners of the world. Check out our selection of cook book’s to follow this autumn. 

Ammu by Asma Khan
Ebury Press, £26
Virsa  by Shehar Bano Rizvi – £25.28, Amazon. 
Persiana Recipes from the Middle East & Beyond by Sabrina Ghayour – £17.46, Blackwells 
Rick Stein’s India by Rick Stein – £19.27, Amazon. 
A great book if you love Indian cooking.  
Foodology: A food-lover’s guide to digestive health and happiness – £13.10, Amazon
Nadiya’s Fast Flavours by Nadiya Hussain – £20, WHSmith 
This companion book to the BBC2 series Nadiya’s Fast Flavours will bring the excitement back into your daily meals, with all the recipes she cooks on the programme and more.

The Food and Cooking of Pakistan: Traditional Dishes from the Home Kitchen – £11.29, Amazon
Mowgli Street Food: Stories and recipes from the Mowgli Street Food restaurants – £15.99, Penguin

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