When baking, follow directions. When cooking, go by your own taste.
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by Sunil Vijayakar
Enjoy all the exotic flavours of Indian cooking without the fat, salt and sugar, for guilt-free indulgence. Fresh Indian features over 70 healthy and delicious recipes from classic favourites - such as Vegetable Samosas and Green Chicken Curry - to contemporary ideas and variations - including Salmon and Tamarind Curry and Watermelon, Lime, Chilli and Vodka Granitas. In addition to meat and fish dishes there are plenty of ideas for vegetarian meals, plus chapters devoted to relishes, desserts and drinks. These easy-to-follow recipes will encourage you to experiment with different ingredients and flavours and are perfect for every occasion.
Madhur Jaffrey's ultimate curry bible : India, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, South Africa, Kenya, Great Britain, Trinidad, Guyana, Japan, USA
by Madhur Jaffrey
Over 200 delicious recipes, all within reach of the keen cook. Not only are the very best curry recipes from India included but also a selection of the best curry recipes from all over the world. There is yellow lobster curry from Thailand, lamb shanks braised in yoghurt from Pakistan, Moghlai korma from Bangladesh, red beef curry from Sri Lanka, Natal red bean curry from South Africa, chicken-coconut curry soup from Myanmar, lamb curry with okra from Indonesia, curry stew fish from Trinidad and stir-fried curried pork with lemon grass from Vietnam. There is even a nineteenth-century recipe for lamb curry with tomato apple chutney from the kitchens of the oriental club in the heart of London. And it does not stop there. To complement the curries there are recipes for soups, noodles, breads, chutneys, beans and vegetables.Madhur traces the origins and history of curry, explaining how immigrants to new lands mixed their knowledge of food from home with new-found ingredients and skills to created an ever-growing cornucopia of delicous curry hybrids with its authoritative and comprehensive text and mouthwatering illustrations, this book makes fascinating reading for food lovers everwhere and will be an outstanding addition to any cook's library.
85 classic Indian recipes : easy-to-make, authentic and delicious dishes, shown step-by-step in more than 350 sizzling photographs
by Rafi Fernandez
Throughout the world people flock to Indian restaurants to enjoy the marvellous range of food from this vast sub-continent. This superb collection of recipes has been specially tested with the Western kitchen in mind.
by Murdoch Books Australia
Cooking Curries focuses on flavour by categorising a wide range of curries according to the dominant taste: sweet, aromatic, hot and sour, earthy or rich. From vegetarian hot and sour dishes to earthy lamb curries, and from all corners of the globe, Cooking Curries contains favourite curries and new, inspired twists on the classics. Alongside the recipes, Cooking Curries also highlights and explores vital curry ingredients, such as curry leaves, turmeric and coconut milk. Special three-way spreads focus on accompaniments to curries, such as chutneys, breads and rices.
Everyday Indian : 100 fast, fresh, and healthy recipes
by Bal Arneson
Healthy, fast-- and Indian? Effortlessly melding contemporary simplicity with traditional Indian flavours, these recipes make even the most novice cook look like a professional.
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