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Tasty

By Tony Singh

  • Hardback
  • £20.00

TASTY is Scottish TV chef and Incredible Spice Man Tony Singh's first book. It does what it says on the tin.

Call it comfort food, street food, sharing food. Food that gives you a hug, warms up your bones and satisfies your stomach. Using everyday ingredients that are easy to cook and even better to eat. Made with style and ingenuity.

Tony Singh is a man who knows no boundaries. A Scottish Sikh chef with a passion for British produce, a taste for spices and a mischievous twinkle in his eye, Tony has taken his cue from the inventiveness of food found in our street stalls - a mashup of culinary influences, simple cooking techniques and inexpensive ingredients - to create over 80 recipes including the McTSingh Chilli Dog, Chipotle Lamb Meatballs, Mackerel & Chickpea Burger, Aubergine Flatbread, and finishing with some truly cross-cultural puds from chocolate samosas, shortcake trifle and pumpkin empanadas.

And how does Tony describe his food? TASTY!

Biographical Notes

Tony Singh is the Scottish half of the BBC's The Incredible Spice Men. Born in Leith, Tony has worked in Scotland's finest restaurants, opening three of his own, including the highly acclaimed, Oloroso. His cooking uniquely combines influences from his Sikh upbringing with his love of Scottish produce.

Awarded some of Scotland's finest culinary honours, including the Drambuie Chefs' Association 'Best New Restaurant of the Year' and Scottish Chefs Award for 'Scottish Chef of the Year', Tony has also appeared on BBC2's Great British Menu and Food & Drink.

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  • ISBN: 9781472219084
  • Publication date: 22 May 2014
  • Page count: 256
  • Imprint: Headline Home
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