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Street Food Wrapped Crepes, Wraps and Rolls You Can Make at Home by Gaitri Pagrach-Chandra

Street Food Wrapped Crepes, Wraps and Rolls You Can Make at Home

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Street food – so tempting when being sold from the new mobile and pop-up restaurants - now with the aid of Gaitri Pagrach-Chandra’s new book Wrapped you can recreate such deliciousness at home. Ranging across world cultures this is the best, most tasty bites, both sweet and savoury food for eating on the go.

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Street Food Wrapped Crepes, Wraps and Rolls You Can Make at Home by Gaitri Pagrach-Chandra

The fashion for small bites and street food still holds sway. Many of the world's cuisines centre their snack food around fillings for pancakes or wraps. Every country has a favourite way of serving these snacks and they are fun and easy to prepare. This eye-catching international collection of 80 recipes covers breakfasts, lunches, simple snacks, easy suppers and desserts. Think crepes, galettes, enchiladas, burritos, latkes, chapatis, roti, dosa, brik, kebab wraps, Chinese pancakes, American griddle cakes and buttermilk dessert's a truly exciting mix. Perfect for students, busy singles, family cooks, children and foodies interested in international recipe collections and streetfood.

About the Author

Gaitri Pagrach-Chandra has a multi-cultural background - in her own words a convent-attending Guyanese Hindu of Indian ancestry, who was educated in North America and Europe and subsequently married into a European Jewish family . A food historian and freelance translator, in 2000, she received the Sophie Coe award for food history, presented by the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery. Her book, Warm Bread and Honey Cake (Pavilion, 2010), won the Guild of Food Writers Award for Cookbook of the Year 2010. She is also the author of Windmills in my Oven (Prospect), Sugar & Spice (Pavilion) and Het Nederlands Bakboek (published by Kosmos. It won the Dutch Cookery Book of the year Award 2012). She lives in the Netherlands.

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Publication date

5th June 2014


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160 pages


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