Abby’s Plate Cookbook Series

Cooking and recipes and the magical world of pots and pans, just call to the foodie in me and the foodie in you.

But cooking recipes from an almost unheard of culture – the indigenous East Indian Christians of Mumbai – is one thing that many foodies have not thought about till they find the recipes on Abby’s Plate.

And once they’re hooked on the spicy and tangy recipes made by the East Indians of Mumbai, they keep coming back for more.

Since many of you lovely readers have been asking us, I’ve put some of these recipes in cookbooks for specific events or feast days – Easter, Christmas, Festive occasions, and more.

And there are yet others still in the works that will be published this year. So whether you’re looking for an insight into East Indian culture, or you just want to try some unique and unusual East Indian recipes, you’ll love these illustrated cookbooks.

The links below are to Amazon, but all of the books are available online and in stores across the globe.

If you can’t find the book in your local store, just ask them to request for a copy with the book’s ISBN number. Ping me if you need help.

PS. We’re listing in reverse chronological order.

East Indian Celebration: 30 Festive Recipes from Abby’s Plate 

This cookbook features traditional festive recipes from Mumbai’s indigenous East Indian Christians, a wedding of Maharashtrian and Portuguese cuisine that has been handed down through the centuries. If you want to try mouth-watering spicy recipes from a culture that’s almost unheard of, look no further.

These are the recipes popularly made for the harvest festival called Augera, the church feast called Deolacha San, Christmas dinner, Easter lunch, and festive occasions such as weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, communions, and more.

Here are a few other locations where you can grab a copy of the East Indian Celebration book.







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Easter with the Rebellos: East Indian Festive Lunch Menu

I’m an East Indian by ethnicity, but I’m not from Eastern India. Explaining that East Indians are actually Portuguese Christians from Mumbai in Western India ends up in rather long conversations.

But once my readers get to know our food, there are always questions about specific times of the year such as Easter, and what the best traditional options are. So here it is, a curated list of what we cook for Easter meals, all the way from snacks to desserts such as blanc mange and marzipan Easter eggs.

If you want our traditional East Indian recipes on hand, these books from the Abby's Plate Cookbook Series are perfect for you. Available online or in-store wherever books are sold, in most countries.

East Indian Celebration:
30 Festive Recipes from Abby's Plate

See the full list of books here!

Here are some of the places where you can grab a copy of the Easter menu book.





PS. There is a bit of overlap between Easter/Christmas and the Festive book since many of the recipes made are the same, so you might want to decide to pick just one from these.

The other upcoming books cater to different categories – offal, sweets, and everyday cooking.

Are you a bookseller? 
Reach out to Abby at to learn more about carrying her published traditional East Indian books and some of her future books.