‘Rohit is respectful of the traditions of Indian cooking, yet unafraid of innovation and refinement.’ – Pierre Koffmann With food inspired by India’s incredibly rich and varied food scene, Rohit Ghai has gained a reputation for colourful, flavour-rich curries that showcase both classic and lesser-known Indian flavours. Tarkari, meaning ‘vegetable’ in Urdu, is Rohit’s first book and similarly celebrates this diverse heritage – but on a more personal, homely note.
Packed with innovative vegetarian and vegan dishes, it pays homage to the food his parents ate. From creative starters like Malabar Cauliflower, to big, bold curries such as Jackfruit Masala and Lotus Root Kofta, as well as breads, rice, dips and pickles, it includes everything you need to cook truly spectacular Indian vegetarian and vegan meals at home.
‘Rohit Ghai’s backstory is the stuff of culinary legend.’ GQ ‘Faultless cooking that has immediately propelled it into London’s very top tier for nouvelle cuisine.’ Harden’s London Restaurant Guide on Kutir