The culinary heritage of Tamil Nadu is rich and full of surprises. From the special rasam of the Kongunadu people to the Anglo Indian pot roasts, Tamil cuisine goes beyond the hackneyed idli-dosai. Annapurni, in an attempt to shed light on the culinary heritage and diversity of the southern state, documents favourite recipes of the Tamil people, and of those who have over the generations embraced Tamil Nadu as their home – producing a delightful mingling of traditional cuisines.
The lip-smacking dishes of the Mudaliars, Vellalas, Naidus, Anglo Indians, Chettiars, and Tamil Muslims have been featured in this book, along with the delicate balance of flavours and communities that constitute the social fabric of the land down under.
- Roli Books
- 31st May 2015
- World excluding Australasia, Asia, Arab States and South Africa
- 253 mm x 205 mm
- 224 Pages
- 55 color, 30 b&w