India Local : Classic Street Food Recipes
Sonal Ved, Photography by Karam Puri
Ved’s glamorous yet approachable recipes meet Karam Puri’s street-style photography, and together they guide you through the best chaats and street food in India. Pick from usuals like pani puri and vada pav, to special snacks by India’s most innovative minds: hello, tawa paneer chaat and jinni dosa.
The book has recipes generously shared by Ved’s chef friends and those promise to be as creative as they are satisfying. Besides, there are housemade specialities like the inviting papdi ‘lasagne’, barley-couscous tikki with raw mango cream, 8-layers dhokla chaat and more. Want to eat like a local? This book is for you.
Sonal Ved is the group digital editor for Harper’s Bazaar India, Cosmopolitan India and Brides Today. She was the first food editor at Vogue India. Her second cookbook Tiffin was listed in the New York Times as one of the must-have cookbooks for Fall 2018. Her third book, Whose Samosa Is It Anyway?, is an Amazon bestseller. Her words have appeared in food publications such as The Guardian, Saveur, Food52 and Thrillist. Apart from writing about food, she has also hosted a cooking show for Tastemade.