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Diwali recipes by Jasmine Daya

Darpan News Desk, 31 Oct, 2018

     

    Chef Jasmine shares delicious Indian recipes with East African influences intended to inspire both novice and experienced chefs

     
     
    Jasmine Daya is a lawyer who enjoys working hard at the office and at home in the kitchen. She recently released her brand-new cookbook JD In the Kitchen: Indian Appetizers and Chutneys. In her first cookbook, Jasmine shares recipes for delicious Indian appetizers and chutneys with East African influences intended to inspire both novice and experienced chefs to experiment in the kitchen and ultimately bring their culinary creations to life. JD In the Kitchen: Indian Appetizers and Chutneys contains a multitude of delicious recipes including beef kebab, spicy crepes, fried mogo, bhajias, samosas and many more. Other books penned by Jasmine include her debut chick-lit novel Law Girl’s Bump in the Road written under the name Leia London. Her books are currently available on Amazon.
     
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