With this cookbook, anyone can cook authentic Indian at home, easily. It just takes 4 steps and Nisha's Spice Tree, the unique infographic at the heart of this book.
The Spice Tree will show you what spices and ingredients always go together in the Indian kitchen – its foolproof, secret spice formulas. While Nisha’s recipes for generous, aromatic, flavoursome homecooking bring these ancient formulas to life. Everything you need to know to cook authentic Indian is found within these mouth-watering pages and explained beautifully and simply.
Try her: Butter Chicken, White Onion and Nigella Seed Red Dahl, Steamed Trout with Mustard, Chicken with Spinach and Fenugreek, Lamb Raan and Quail with Kale, Garam Masala and Ginger.
Nisha has always had a passion for food and cooking but, as a first generation British Indian and the daughter of two doctors, she chose the bar over the kitchen.
Nisha became the first female Indian barrister in Liverpool. Twenty years later, in 2014, and a successful family and child protection barrister, Nisha took a sabbatical to set up her first restaurant, Mowgli Street Food, in Liverpool. She also wrote her first book, Pimp My Rice (published by Nourish Books, October 2015).
A second Mowgli restaurant opened in 2015 in Manchester and there are two more sites planned for 2016.
The restaurateur and barrister also runs regular cookery classes, Twitter Curry Clinics. Married to a classical guitarist, Nisha has two daughters.