Great easy to follow flavoursome recipes. Love it
What if a quick, easy and affordable mid-week fakeaway featured your favourite authentic, restaurant-quality Indian recipes? That’s exactly what the Flavours of India cookbook and your Thermomix deliver to your table!
We’re talking 96 mouth-watering Indian recipes originating in the country’s many vibrant and diverse regions – from the exotic fiery heat of the far south to the mild aromatic flavours of the north. The Flavours of India cookbook even brings a little inspo from some of the most famous UK curry houses and South African communities too.
Start with your familiar favourites, like easy Butter chicken and Garlic naan bread, then venture beyond with some Indian desserts or a little street food party at home. Who doesn’t love a samosa?
Save time and money with step-by-step instructions to make your own aromatic spice blends and simple pantry staples at home, such as ghee, tandoori paste, garam masala spice powder and naan breads. You’ll be totally blown away by the intense flavour bomb you can create when you freshly mill your own spices!
There’s even a glossary at the front of the Flavours of India cookbook to help you identify new and unique ingredients, including tips on where to find them. All preservative and additive-free, of course. And for those seeking authentic veg recipes or gluten free, over 70% of the Thermomix Indian recipes in the book are meat free or gluten free.
Suitable for Thermomix models TM31, TM6 and TM5, Flavours of India is also available as a recipe chip. Save when you purchase a pack containing the cookbook and recipe chip.
Suitable for Thermomix TM6, TM5 and TM31
Does the Flavours of India cookbook offer easy Thermomix recipes for dietary requirements and allergies too? Yes! 70 vegetarian and 28 vegan Indian recipes. 74 nut-free and 87 egg-free options. 38 dairy-free meal ideas. Plus 77 gluten-free and 9 raw recipes.
What we absolutely love about this book is how it brings authentic spice to life, making all the traditional regional flavours of Indian cooking (and UK curry house favourites) accessible to all Aussies and Kiwis. Many of the dishes make easy mid-week fakeaways, and you can dial the heat up or down to please everyone’s taste.
Chicken 65 and green chutney
Originating from the famous Hotel Buhari in Chennai, this divine dish is now popular in all regions of India. The true origins of its name are up for debate, with some versions alleging it was the 65th dish on the menu, while others claim the chicken was reared for 65 days, or that the original recipe used 65 chillies. We may never know the real story, but we do know it’s truly delicious! View the Chicken 65 and green chutney rice on Cookidoo.
You’ll be surprised how easy it is to make this ubiquitous Indian cheese at home. It can be hard to find a local specialist store that stocks a good paneer, so save yourself the time, hassle and extra cost by making your own from fresh, easily sourced ingredients. And once you have your batch ready to go, it goes in some of the most amazing vegetarian Indian recipes. Think palak paneer (a sensational savoury spinach and cheese dish) and the classic street food favourite, paneer tikka (paneer and vegetables, marinated in tikka paste and cooked on a skewer). View the Paneer recipe on Cookidoo.
Get your fakeaway fix any night of the week with this simple, healthy vegetarian main that you can get on the table in just 30 minutes! Dal is an aromatic dish that hits all the right notes. Made with a flavor-filled blend of spices and plant-based protein (lentils), it has heaps of health benefits. Pair it with homemade roti and chutney for a full-on flavour bomb. View the Tarka dal recipe on Cookidoo.
Great easy to follow flavoursome recipes. Love it
Recipes seem authentic. Enjoyed cooking and eating. Only downside is amount of fiddly ingredients and steps - but that is what makes it authentic!!
I was impressed about how authentic the recipes were, with all the expected spices and attention to detail. The cookbook also makes preparation and cooking fast and easy.
Only disappointment was the soft envelope that it came in resulted in the front cover being creased during the transport
Thanks for your feedback Janet, we're so glad you are happy with your cookbook overall. It has so many great recipes! We're sorry to hear that the cover got creased during transport. This certainly isn't up to our usual standards so a member of our team will be getting in touch regarding this. They should be in touch within the next couple of days.
whilst i can get the recipes on cookidoo love having a physical cookbook as well the recipes taste fantastic
Did not come with computer chip
Hi Elaine, we never advertised this book to say it comes with the chip. These have always been separate purchases. If you want to purchase the chip, it can be found here - https://thermomix.com.au/products/flavours-of-india-cookbook-tm5-tm31. Alternatively, you can access it on Cookidoo. Please note that our cookbooks do not include recipe chips unless otherwise stated.