There is a Cookbooks for Every Kind of Cook
We have selected for you a variety of valuable books in cooking variety and it was nominated by
Oprah Winfrey as the best new cookbooks in the book market.
The Indian Cook
Everything you love about Indian food is in by Archana Mundhe. Chicken, lamb and vegetarian curries; daals; soups; and breakfast treats such as cardamom spiced sweet potatoes.
The Vegetarian Indian Cook
Yes, takeout favorites are here (hello, chana masala and vegetable biryani), but by Manali Singh goes beyond the regulars, even sharing a recipe for Masala Mac & Cheese.
The Gluten-Free Cookbook
This cookbook is from zucchini nut bread to a delicious-sounding mash-up of potato skins and Reuben sandwiches, by Michelle Fagone has creative recipes for anyone following a gluten-free diet.
The Minimalist Cook
In by Ivy Manning, a couple of powerhouses—think Spanish smoked paprika, roasted red peppers, grainy mustard—are the keys to turning pork shoulder, beef chuck and other standbys into delicious main courses and sides.
The Weight-Conscious Cook
Blogger Brittany Williams lost 125 pounds with the help of her Instant Pot, and in , she shares some of her best recipes. There’s an emphasis on whole foods, such as steel-cut oats, and she also occasionally calls for ingredients that will be familiar to dairy-free cooks (including arrowroot powder and nutritional yeast).
The Southern Cook
Making classics of the American South need not be a multi-hour affair, as by Sheri Castle shows. With the book as your guide, you can make red beans and rice, chicken and dumplings and more favorites in record time.
The Nostalgic Cook
by Melissa Clark isn’t limited to traditional dinner dishes like brisket, tuna noodle casserole and potato gratin; there are also breakfast recipes, such as nutty chocolate oatmeal, along with desserts including lemon-vanilla rice pudding.
The Generalist Cook
Tried-and-true classics such as rich and savory beef stew and creamy mashed potatoes, as well as international dishes like Thai green curry tofu and beef pho all get their due in by Coco Morante.
The Hosting Cook
From appetizers to entrees to sides and desserts, by Heather Schlueter has you covered if you’re welcoming guests this holiday season. There’s even a section on warm winter drinks, and one on how to repurpose leftovers.
The Health-Minded Cook
Although by Gina Homolka doesn’t exclusively contain recipes for the Instant Pot, it does have two significant chapters devoted to pressure cookers and slow cookers, covering everything from lightened-up coq au vin, to a cream-free ham and white bean soup.