Leela’s Guyanese-Anglo-Indian Inspired Recipes

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Leela and her daughter have compiled a selection of Guyanese, English and Indian homemade recipes that showcase their diverse culture and family through their love of food! It is an easy to use book with simple photos to guide you through each recipe. Some Guyanese and Indian recipes include: Goat curry, bara, salt fish cakes, roti, chow mein, samosas, and onion bhajis. Leela was born in Guyana and is of Indian decent. She travelled to England in the 1960’s with her husband Tej and had three wonderful children. Her youngest daughter, who lives in South London, felt that Guyanese recipes were not being represented as well as they could be in the UK. So she decided to compile recipes from her own childhood to capture her own diverse culture and upbringing. She hopes this book will allow anyone to cook and taste her food memories. They hope you enjoy this authentic recipe book that has been made to be passed down to the next generation. We hope that the next generation will continue to infuse it with their own bespoke and diverse recipes. This recipe book is more than just a book – it showcases family, love and the importance of coming together. All three of her children married English, Scottish/Irish and Welsh partners. So if you have enjoyed this first edition – I know her daughter is eager to create more cookbooks that infuse all three of these cultures together.

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Leela and her daughter have compiled a selection of Guyanese, English and Indian homemade recipes that showcase their diverse culture and family through their love of food! It is an easy to use book with simple photos to guide you through each recipe. Some Guyanese and Indian recipes include: Goat curry, bara, salt fish cakes, roti, chow mein, samosas, and onion bhajis. Leela was born in Guyana and is of Indian decent. She travelled to England in the 1960’s with her husband Tej and had three wonderful children. Her youngest daughter, who lives in South London, felt that Guyanese recipes were not being represented as well as they could be in the UK. So she decided to compile recipes from her own childhood to capture her own diverse culture and upbringing. She hopes this book will allow anyone to cook and taste her food memories. They hope you enjoy this authentic recipe book that has been made to be passed down to the next generation. We hope that the next generation will continue to infuse it with their own bespoke and diverse recipes. This recipe book is more than just a book – it showcases family, love and the importance of coming together. All three of her children married English, Scottish/Irish and Welsh partners. So if you have enjoyed this first edition – I know her daughter is eager to create more cookbooks that infuse all three of these cultures together.

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