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  • Chef Vicky Ratnani’s much awaited ‘Vicky Goes Veg’ launched in Mumbai!!

    Published on March 21, 2014

    Non-vegetarians, watch out! Chef Vicky Ratnani has found a fun and exciting way to spice up the world of vegetarians that might just steal your heart away from the meat!!

    Ashok P Hinduja, Vickey Ratnani and Farhan Akhtar (2)1The book has been launched in Mumbai with an appetizing unveiling by none other than Actor Farhan Akhtar and Industrialist Ashok P Hinduja at Nido, Union Park, Khar (West) in Mumbai on 20th of March 2014

    Farhan Akhtar, in relevance to the recipes in the book, has said ‘Going green has never been more deliciously exciting! Bon appétit..’

    The Chef has worked on a famous TV program on NDTV Good Times. He has received a very positive response from the watchers of the show who frequently write to him requesting him to share recipes that were telecasted. The demand for his recipes and his hidden desire to be an Author is what led to the idea of writing this book.

    The book has aimed at making the ‘so-called’ boring vegetarian food more interesting to cook and appetizing to eat. Spiced with handy tips and reflections on various recipes from the man, Vicky Ratnani, himself, this book is green and fresh.

    Vicky Goes Veg has a collection of different and out of the box recipes for Vegetarians like Garlic Soup, Chickpean and Almond Crouquet, Green Chillies and Raw Mango Risotto as well as the general favourites like Braised Plantain with Thai Spices sharing space with Hing-roasted Pumpkin, Vegetable Shepherd’s Pie, and so on. The recipes here are not the usual, mundane ones. The dishes hail from all over the world but come with an Indian twist.

    The recipes mentioned in Vicky Goes veg are precise and have been rendered even more mouth-watering by the series of delicious photographs on the side.

    Filled with tips and trivia about herbs, recipes and that special ingredient, this book will have you rushing to the kitchen and add that extra crackle to your vegetarian cooking.

    About the author, Vicky Ratnani

    Vicky Ratnani is a chef, TV host and food connoisseur. He hosts a popular TV cookery show by the same name on NDTV Goodtimes, and is the corporate chef at Aurus, a fine dining restaurant in Mumbai.

    Source : Lokesh Shastri