wp-1592924271484.jpgWelcome to my stop on the JD in the Kitchen blog tour sponsored by TLC Book Tours! Thanks to TLC for the invitation!

My Thoughts:

JD in the Kitchen: Indian Sweet Snacks is a slim volume chock full of yumminess. You all know I love my sweets, and there are so many recipes I want to try, especially anything involving coconut and almonds. I love Indian food, especially cooking it myself, but I have only made savory dishes so far and can’t wait to dive into some sweet ones.

The pictures are in full color, and I love that the book is spiral bound with thick pages. Overall, this cookbook is great quality, and I am excited to check out more of Jasmine Daya’s cookbooks in the future.

I received a gifted copy. All opinions are my own.

About JD in the Kitchen: Indian Sweet Snacks

• Paperback: 70 pages
• Publisher: Lulu Publishing Services (January 22, 2020)

Jasmine Daya is a seasoned home cook who loves creating sweet treats while collaborating in the kitchen with her mother, Shan. In her third cookbook, Daya shares recipes for delicious Indian sweet snacks with East African influences that include almond halva (a special occasion dish), coconut ladwa (an Indian macaroon), crushed bundhi ladwa (a soft, delightful treat often given at weddings), jalebi (a festive sticky treat known for its bright color and immense sweetness), pera (a saffron flavored snack), thepla (an Indian cookie that pairs perfectly with an afternoon cup of tea), and many more recipes for satisfying concoctions that tantalize the taste buds while comforting the soul. JD in the Kitchen: Indian Sweet Snacks is a collection of easy-to-follow recipes that will guide home cooks of all ages to create tasty treats that will leave their guests content and wanting more.

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About Jasmine Daya

Jasmine Daya is the mother of three children and a practicing lawyer. She is passionate about her work, life and children but doing it all means that her day starts early and ends late. Jasmine decided to start a blog to share how she balances spending quality time with her children every day while accomplishing her career goals, enjoying time with friends and having a little time to herself in the hopes that aspiring young women can realize that they too can have it all.

Find out more about her at her website, and connect with her on Facebook and Instagram.

Do you ever cook or eat Indian food? Happy Reading! ~ Jennifer THR