About this book
A fascinating look at the food, culture and traditions that have sprung up along The Grand Trunk Road, one of South Asia's oldest and longest roads. With a travelogue by Hardeep Singh Kohli and a range of recipes by Anirudh Arora, head chef at Moti Mahal in London. The dishes include crisp-fried pastry and chickpeas with a tamarind and mint chutney.
The Grand Trunk Road is one of South Asia's oldest and longest roads. This title offers a look at the food, culture and traditions that have sprung up along this route, promising recipes that reflect the eating traditions of the real India. It presents an illustrated history of the road since its emergence as India's first route for traders.
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