Some of Carnaby's restaurant favourites can be enjoyed in the comfort of your own home, with a range of cookbooks and recipes available online
A firm favourite in Kingly Court, Darjeeling Express may have closed its doors temporarily but that does not mean their delicious dishes can’t still be enjoyed. Founder of Darjeeling, Asma Khan released her own cookbook full of recipes that have been passed down through generations. Experiment with flavours and spices to re-create Asma’s tastes of home. ‘Asma’s Indian Kitchen’ cookbook can be found here via the Darjeeling website.
For sweet treats, follow Cupcake Jemma, founder of Crumbs and Doilies on YouTube for videos dedicated to all things baking. You can now also buy a cupcake baking kit which includes a recipe card, cake mix and other items you’ll need to make the perfect cupcake. Crumbs and Doilies have you covered - visit the website to find out more.
Enjoy great recipes as well as stories. Dishoom have a cookbook that invites flavourful dishes into your home with ease. Their cookery book, ‘From Bombay with Love,’ has over 100 recipes, from pure comfort food to refreshing drinks all inspired by Bombay. But this is no ordinary cookbook, as you’ll also be taken on a journey through India’s largest city with some amazing stories. If you have yet to try Dishoom’s Okra fries, the time is now. For more information visit their website here.
Pizza Pilgrims may have shut their oven doors temporarily, but that’s not stopped their team from wanting you to enjoy their Neapolitan-style pizza. They’ve shared the recipe for a Frying Pan Pizza on their website, plus you can get inspired by watching their co-founder James make his own over on their Instagram.
Taking fresh to a whole new level, Island Poké brings a taste of Hawaii to London. Create recipes inspired by Hawaiian shores, and create poke bowls in the comfort of your own home. Download and buy ‘The Island Poké Cookbook’ here.
Full of easy to follow recipes and vibrant pictures, the team at LEON have created a variety of cookbooks to curb those pesky cravings. From ‘Happy Salads’ and ‘Happy Curries’ to ‘Fast Vegan’ and ‘Fast Vegetarian’, LEON’s cookbooks are available on both Kindle and hardcover editions here.
Opt for one of Rosa’s Thai Cafe’s popular cookbooks - their latest vegetarian edition is packed full of over 100 simple, yet satisfying vegetarian and vegan recipes. Can’t decide on a dish? Why not let their recipe generator choose for you? Purchase their cookbook here.
The Detox Kitchen are offering Veg and Essentials boxes that can feed between 2-4 people for a week, but they are also popping the recipes and ingredients lists on their Instagram so you can join and follow from home. An amazing way to stay healthy. Visit their website to buy the ‘The Detox Kitchen Bible’.
‘Brindisa: The True Food of Spain’ is filled to the brim with Spanish specialities from Tapas Brindisa founder Monika Linton. From breakfast delights to tapas dishes, this cookbook gives great insight into Spanish cooking styles both traditional and artisan and can be bought on their website.
The masters behind salad rolls, Kaleido have a blog that lists a few of their favourite recipes to inspire creativity. The simple yet delicious cinnamon and honey chickpeas make the perfect snack - take a look at their blog to discover more.
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