Masterchef Australia star Sarah Todd’s latest cookbook covers Indian traditional delicacies with an Australian twist
Australian Chef Sarah Todd, who juggles her career as a celebrity chef, model, restaurateur and cookbook author, has a long connection with India. When she came to India for the first time in 2015, she fell in love with the people, food and culture. She was not only welcomed here but her fans coined her: India’s daughter-in-law. The last six years have been exhilarating for her as she found opportunities and experiences that resulted in opening her first restaurant, Antares in Vagator (Goa). While travelling across India for the last six years, she explored the diversity of the cuisines in each state. From staying with tribes in Nagaland to participating in a cultural festival in Kashmir and cooking freshly caught Crab Xacuti with a family on the banks of a river in Goa, Sarah spent quite some time learning different facets of Indian culture and tasting and learning to cook traditional delicacies. It was during her long stay in India that she got the opportunity to reflect on her experiences which led to her new cookbook, My Indian Kitchen.
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