A recent book throws Light on Julie Sahini, who revolutionized Indian food in America

He traces Julie’s journey, and that of six other women who made a mark on the American culinary scene.

A recent book throws Light on Julie Sahini, who revolutionized Indian food in America
Author Julie Sahini. Credits — Vogue
Author Julie Sahini

Julie Sahni, the Award-winning cooking teacher, cookbook author and former executive chef of two Indian restaurants in New York City, has been recognized in the book “Taste Makers: Seven Immigrant Women Who Revolutionized Food In America” written by Mayukh Sen. He traces Julie’s journey, and that of six other women who made a mark on the American culinary scene.

Julie is the proprietor of Julie Sahni's Indian Cooking School, which was established in 1973 in NYC, that garnered the International Association of Cooking Professionals (IACP) 1998 Award of Excellence nomination, setting it apart as one of the top cooking schools in the country.