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Warm Curry for Cold Nights

We’ve been having some nice weather recently – but as we all know, it’s inevitable that the nights are going to start getting colder and colder. And what is better on a cold night than a warm curry? Here are some cookbooks that should help no matter what type of curry is your favorite!

Complete Curry Cookbook by Byron Ayanoglu

When people hear “curry,” some people think of India, some of Thailand – but there are a lot of different curries from around the world. And that’s the subtitle: 250 recipes from around the world! So if you’re looking to expand your tastes in curries, this would be an excellent choice.

Traditional Indian Curry in a Hurry by Babita Taneja

Personally, I’m a big fan of Indian curries. Whether you’re in the mood for something mild or spicy, hearty or vegetarian, you should be able to find something here to fit what you’re looking for.

The Big Book of Thai Curries by Vatcharin Bhumichitr

If you like the flavor of coconut milk, Thai curry might be just right for you. The ones I’ve tried have tended towards being lighter and brighter than Indian curry. Of course, they’re both good in their own ways – so get both books and compare!

Japanese Soul Cooking by Tadashi Ono

This isn’t just curry, but it does include Japanese curry recipes. And I have to admit that I don’t know much about Japanese curry! Plus, with recipes described as “Japanese comfort food,” this is certainly perfect for those cold nights that are, sadly, coming.