Curry Guy Veggie: Over 100 Vegetarian Indian Restaurant Classics and New Dishes to Make at Home
Curry Guy Veggie: Over 100 Vegetarian Indian Restaurant Classics and New Dishes to Make at Home
Curry Guy Veggie: Over 100 Vegetarian Indian Restaurant Classics and New Dishes to Make at Home
Curry Guy Veggie: Over 100 Vegetarian Indian Restaurant Classics and New Dishes to Make at Home
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Curry Guy Veggie: Over 100 Vegetarian Indian Restaurant Classics and New Dishes to Make at Home

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Dan Toombs (aka The Curry Guy) has perfected the art of replicating Indian Restaurant cooking after traveling around the UK, sampling dishes, learning the curry house kitchen secrets, and refining those recipes at home. In other words, Dan makes homemade curries that taste just like a takeout from your favorite restaurant but in less time and for less money.

Vegetarian food at Indian restaurants can often seem unimaginative – yet Indian veggie food is some of the most exciting in the world. Curry Guy Veggie showcases koftas, gnocchi, idli, dosas, stuffed breads and fried breads, as well as the classic vegetable and side dishes that we all know and love. All of the ingredients are accessible and easy to find in supermarkets or Asian stores – and with detailed step-by-step instructions, you'll be making your own vegetarian curry feasts in no time at all.

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Dan Toombs grew up in California, where a love of cooking was passed on by his family. He began experimenting with Indian cuisine after moving to the UK and started his successful blog of Indian recipes in 2012.