Amazing cookbooks you can’t miss to have in your kitchen

Many people consider cooking as one of life’s pleasures, as it makes them happy and complete. If you also belong to this bandwagon, grabbing some incredible cookbooks is certainly your thing. Here are some of the most popular cookbooks that you cannot miss to have in your kitchen. 

660 Curries by RaghavanIyer

Chef RaghavanIyer’s 660 Curries is a cookbook that can help you master Indian cuisine.With detailed recipes of a wide assortment of dishes and appetizers, the book can transform a beginner level cook into a good and a confident cook. For those who love Indian dishes, this cookbook is a must-have in kitchen.

Everyday Super Food by Jamie Oliver

If you desire to learn cooking healthy breakfast, lunch and dinner, you must make this amazing cookbook a part of your kitchen. Just as its name, the cookbook enables people to make super food every day. With super-healthy recipes divided into three meals of the day and none of the recipes accounting for more than 600 calories, you can learn to cook and serve healthy meals to you and your family.

The Art of Fermentation by Sandor Ellix Katz

Whether you are quite into fermentation or do it occasionally, you can benefit a lot from the cookbook – The Art of Fermentation by Sandor Ellix Katz.The 528-page book is a guide on do-it-yourself home fermentationthat helps one to gain comprehensive insights into the concepts and processes behind fermentation.

The New Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone (2014) by Deborah Madison

After setting new standards for vegetarian cookbooks, Deborah Madison’s 1997 best-seller came up with a revised reissue in 2014. The cookbook contains incredible recipes creatively divided into simple categories ranging from herb salads, sandwiches in rolls to chilled soups for hot days. This cookbook is ideal for baking enthusiasts as well, for it contains ample of biscuit and bread recipes.

The Gift of Southern Cooking (2003) by Edna Lewis

Introducing the best of old-South and new-South food culture to the readers in the best ways possible, The Gift of Southern Cookingby Edna Lewis is an incredible cookbook to have in your kitchen. The book is written so well that even a beginner level cook can try out a dish and be sure that it will turn out good.

The Baking Bible by Rose Levy Beranbaum

If you strongly desire to learn making cookies, cakes, pies, tarts and more, The Baking Bible by Rose Levy Beranbaum is a cookbook you need to have in your kitchen. Detailed recipes and golden rules of baking present in the cookbook can transform a novice baker into a pro. With it, you can continue impressing your guests and family members with quality puddings and other baked stuff.

How to Cook Everything Fast by Mark Bittman

An efficient cook is one who manages to make good food in less time. Having ‘How to Cook Everything Fast by Mark Bittman’ cookbook in your kitchen, you can also become an efficient cook. With over 2000 recipes along with process-oriented instructions, the cookbook teaches readers to cook easily and fast.

Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking by Marcella Hazan

You would probably find a plethora of cookbooks on traditional Italian cuisine today, but ‘Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking by Marcella Hazan’ is the one that first introduced Italian cuisine making to America. The book can teach you all the Italian culinary traditions and sumptuous Italian recipes. 

Cookbooks are a cook’s delight. There are a number of cookbooks available that one can have in kitchen to learn new recipes every other day.

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