5 exotic cookbooks for a exotic Christmas


5 exotic cookbooks for a exotic Christmas

A short list of books to buy from the comfort of your home

Do you like cooking and experimenting with new dishes? Then you will surely love to find one of these books under your Christmas tree.
This handy little guide boasts a set of 5 exotic cookbooks for cooking lovers to buy from the comfort of home.


“Avocado e altri frutti esotici. Ricette dolci e salate per fare il pieno di salute “

Perfect in the kitchen both as a protagonist and as a co-star, it has a soft, almost buttery pulp, which unexpectedly leaves a fresh taste on the palate. Due to its versatility, and for many other reasons, avocado is the perfect ingredient for sweet and savory dishes, whether it’s a delicious toast with raw ham, eggs and radishes, tropical tacos with marinated tuna or a minicake. chocolate.
Thanks to the recipes, the tricks and the advice of this book we enter a world of sometimes unexpected but always delicious flavors, of freshness and celebration, of colorful dishes to be savored even with the eyes. Click here to buy


“Masala: Indian Cooking for Modern Living”

Wholesome recipes, bold flavours and easy cheats to create a true taste of India in a modern kitchen. Mallika’s recipes are those of her childhood spent in Kolkata, but also those recreated over many years of experience as a chef in her London kitchen. A universe of fragrant and exotic flavors, which everyone can easily recreate. From curry, to marinated meat dishes. A dive into today’s India, with an expert travel guide.Click here to buy
“Everyday Exotic: The Cookbook”
Following the success of the hit television series Everyday Exotic, Chef Roger Mooking and his producer Allan Magee bring together the most delicious of his 52 inspiring episodes. Using the concept of one main exotic ingredient, Roger demystifies the ingredient through its flavour and aroma, empowering the reader to embrace them in their cooking. Mix in your standard midweek recipes and you have new classics that your entire family will love.
From Monday’s standard meatloaf, to Sunday’s traditional roast chicken, it’s easy to learn how to embrace new taste sensations that turn those tired midweek recipes into fresh and exciting new meals. With Roger and Everyday Exotic by your side, you have the perfect go-to guide for solving that seemingly impossible question, What should I make for dinner tonight? And as Roger insists, you eat first with your eyes. So discover your own inspiration for plating each recipe in the accompanying beautiful presentations found within each vibrant and colorful photo throughout the book. Click here to buy
“Exotic, Enticing Recipes: A Unique Cookbook of Tantalizing Dish Ideas!”


Do you want to experience new tastes in your kitchen without ordering in? You can make many exotic dishes yourself, even if you don’t consider yourself an avid chef. Cooking exotic meals at home doesn’t have to be more difficult. Instead, it comes from learning how to cook with recipes that include different ingredients and flavors than you may be accustomed to using. Once you have mastered uncommon ingredients and substitutes for them, and certain cooking techniques, you’re good to go. One of the most intriguing things about exotic dishes is their ability to allow you to reach outside your culinary comfort zone and try foods that are not “your own”. It’s not as hard as you might imagine. When you cook foods from exotic lands, you can experience and understand part of the cultures that prepare these dishes. Click here to buy
“Ottolenghi: The Cookbook”
Yotam Ottolenghi is the restaurateur and chef-patron of the four London-based Ottolenghi delis, as well as the NOPI and ROVI restaurants. He is the author of seven best-selling cookery books. Amongst several prizes, Ottolenghi SIMPLE won the National Book Award and was selected as best book of the year by the New York Times. Yotam has been a weekly columnist for the Saturday Guardian for over thirteen years and is a regular contributor to the New York Times. His commitment to the championing of vegetables, as well as ingredients once seen as ‘exotic’, has led to what some call ‘The Ottolenghi effect’. This is shorthand for the creation of a meal which is full of colour, flavour, bounty and sunshine. Click here to buy

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