Vegan Richa's Indian KitchenThe wait is finally over! Vegan Richa’s Indian Kitchen is here!


Chickpea CurryEver wondered what’s in that dreamy sauce at the Indian restaurant and wish you could pour it on everything you eat, every day? Ever wondered why Indians love a bowl of simple soup, spiced veggies, and flatbread? Or what to do with all that chickpea flour? Richa Hingle answers all of those questions and more in Vegan Richa’s Indian Kitchen.

There is a scientific reason that Indian food tastes so insanely delicious to many people. Spices and flavors that don’t necessarily feel complementary are often used to give a dish a complex flavor profile. It can seem crazy, but it’s delicious! Get your pantry ready, and get ready to use those spices for everyday meals or a dinner party to remember.

Savory Oat HashIn Vegan Richa’s Indian Kitchen you’ll find:

  • Chapters cover easy savory breakfasts, snacks and small plates, which can all be meals too.
  • There is a big chapter on dals. Once you start cooking dals from Vegan Richa’s Indian Kitchen, you will find yourself craving lentils for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
  • The Main Dishes chapter has recipes with flavors that are complex, deep, and crowd pleasing – and surprisingly not too difficult to cook up.
  • Flatbreads are the carriers of Indian food, and there are several options in Vegan Richa’s Indian Kitchen, including gluten-free and grain-free breads.
  • Indian desserts are a delight with the balance of cardamom and saffron. There are vegan versions of Indian deserts that were previously deemed impossible.


gulab jamunTry your hand at dishes that you have only tasted at Indian restaurants, such as Gobi Mutter Masala, Masoor Dal Tadka, Palak Tofu, Chana Masala, Restaurant-Style Puffy Naan, Samosa, and Besan Ladoos.

Then impress dinner guests with Masala Lentils, Chickpea Flour Pudla, Curried Green Beans, Navratan Korma, and desserts like Gajar Halwa, Gulab Jamuns.

If you are an intermediate cook or generally familiar with Indian food, you can get more adventurous with Dal Makhani, Kathi Rolls, Whole Roasted Cauliflower-Gobi Musallam, Madras Chile Masala, Balti Sauce, and desserts like Sandesh, and Rasmalai.


Gluten Free FlatbreadsWhether you are vegan or not, Indian or not, or you simply want to cook up some delicious food, this cookbook will find a home on your bookshelf.


Street Style Tempeh WrapsVegan Richa’s Indian Kitchen is available from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or your local independent bookstore.