INDIA ON A PLATE
Harper's Bazaar India|March 2021
Celebrity chef Sarah Todd marries classical Indian favours with French techniques in her latest cookbook.
Sarah Todd

“The Indian dishes we are familiar with in Australia—butter chicken and dal makhani—are not meant to be eaten every day!,” Sarah Todd exclaims as she talks to Bazaar about the launch of her second cookbook, My Indian Kitchen [Penguin Random House]. And so, she decided to celebrate and simplify traditional recipes from across India. The Australian celebrity chef, of MasterChef fame, has penned down her versions of recipes, gathered through her travels across the country, to offer new insights into the many flavours of India.

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