Atul Kochhar

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Atul Kochhar is one of the finest Indian chefs in the country, renowned for the vibrancy of his food and the subtlety of his spice mixes. He was one of the first two Indian chefs to be awarded a Michelin star and he has become the recognisable face of Indian cuisine on television. His innovative take on food has taken him through two whole series of the BBC's Great British Menu and continue to win him an admiring public through regular TV appearances on shows such as Saturday Kitchen .

He has written a number of books for Absolute Press, including the bestselling Atul’s Curries of the World , Fish, Indian Style, Benares and 30 Minute Curries .

New for 2017

2016
Atul Kochhar, Reiko Hashimoto, Rob Kirby, Scott Hallsworth, Valentina Harris

We’re delighted to have confirmed our publishing list for the first part of 2017. It kicks off in January with Tom Kerridge’s Dopamine Diet and Reiko Hashimoto’s Cook Japan,...

30 Minute Curries

2016
Atul Kochhar

Curry is the nation’s favourite dish, but too often it can seem daunting to attempt at home. In this beautiful new book Michelin-starred chef and...

Benares

2015
Atul Kochhar

At Benares the superior service and setting are the height of luxury, but it is the sublime food that truly sets the restaurant apart. Atul...

Atul's Curries Of The World

2013
Atul Kochhar

A book of world curries from one of the world’s greatest exponents of the art, award-winning, Michelin-starred chef, Atul Kochhar. This is a book for...

Fish, Indian Style

2008
Atul Kochhar

Fish, Indian Style is a book of simple and easy recipes, marrying fish with the spices and flavours of India. Kochhar applies a simple but...