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Introducing:  ‘Indian Street Food’ by Sangeeta Shah

“Indian Street Food” by Sangeeta Shah invites readers on a tantalizing journey through the vibrant and diverse world of India’s street food culture. Through this book, Shah offers more than just recipes; she provides a cultural journey, taking readers through the bustling markets and aromatic street corners of India.

 

What sets “Indian Street Food” apart is it’s ability to capture the essence of Indian street cuisine. Shah’s writing is not just informative but also evocative, painting a vivid picture of the sights, sounds, and smells of India’s bustling streets. Each recipe is a celebration of taste and tradition, inviting readers to recreate the magic in their own kitchens.

 

In a world where food is often celebrated for its flavour alone, Shah reminds us that each dish tells a story—a story of culture, community, and the rich tapestry of Indian culinary heritage. Whether you’re a seasoned chef or a novice in the kitchen, “Indian Street Food” is sure to inspire you to spice up your culinary repertoire and embark on a mouthwatering exploration of India’s street food delights. 

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