Mowgli Street Food: Stories and Recipes from the Mowgli Street Food Restaurants by Nisha Katona

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  • Eat Your Books

    Barrister turned restaurant chef, Nisha, delivers signature dishes from her Mowgli empire.

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  • ISBN 10 1848993269
  • ISBN 13 9781848993266
  • Published Apr 17 2018
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 224
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Nourish

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This is real Indian food; the bright, fresh, light, herb- and spice-lifted food that Indians eat in their own homes. Extremely healthy, often vegan, and packed with fresh flavour, it's not your parents' Indian food.

In 2014, barrister Nisha Katona had a nagging obsession to build a restaurant serving the kind of food Indians eat at home and on the street. The first Mowgli restaurant opened in Liverpool in late 2014, blowing away the critics forming legions of fans.

The simple dishes of a Mowgli menu are a million miles away from the curry stereotype. These dishes convey the truth that real Indian food is extremely healthy, often vegan, and always packed with fresh flavour. She gave up her 20-year career as a full-time barrister to build Mowgli Liverpool and opened Manchester Mowgli less than a year later. Nisha, a dedicated curry evangelist, has fond hopes for Mowgli's growth and she still hand trains each new Mowgli chef.

From the Mowgli Chip Butty to the iconic Yoghurt Chat Bombs, Mother Butter Chicken to Calcutta Tangled Greens, this is the definitive collection of over 100 of Mowgli's signature street food dishes to recreate at home.


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