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Anjum's New Indian [Hardcover]

Anjum Anand
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"A blend of tradition and fusion, though some dishes, such as Indian Shepherd's Pie or Keralan Salmon Wrap... however the book does do justice to the diversity of Indian cuisine." -- TIME OUT, August 2008

"Anjum's book is packed with recipes for light, modern Indian food for today's busy cooks, featuring delicious dishes, full of Flavour." -- Hello! 30th September 2008

"TV spice girl Anjum Anand serves up some modern Indian recipes for busy cooks." -- Hello! September 2008

"Alot of Indian cookery books make you feel daunted by the long lists of ingredients and the multi-step processes, but this one is refreshingly simple and straightforwardly tempting. A timely guide to good Indian food that makes sense in an English kitchen." -- Nigella Lawson in Delicious Magazine, December 2008

"Anjum Anan's great supper dishes combine Anglo-Indian flavours to wonderful effect." -- Daily Express, December 2008

"Anjum Anand.... attempts to simplify some of India's more complex recipes for domestic cooks who ahve never handled more than a cook-in sauce." -- The Daily Telegraph, 25th October 2008

"Anjum's book is packed with recipes for light, modern indian food for today's busy cooks, featuring delicious dishes, full of flavour." -- Hello Magazine, 30th September 2008

"Her vibrant puddings would surely please both dinner guests and deities, with many using seasonal ingredients."
-- The Times, 4th September 2008

"Recipes include classics such as Kashmiri chicken and rogan josh as well as hybrid recipes such as Indian shepherd's pie and battered Amritsari sole. As the title suggests, they are simple to make and once you have got the basic spice cupboard, you wont have trouble with the shopping either."
-- Olive Magazine, 1st September 2008

"Take a cuisine that's the nations favourite, an easy-on-the-eye cook whose debut TV series was a big hit, and light recipes aimed at today's busy cooks (think Goan prawn cake and steamed spinanch and rice dumplings). The result is a no-brainer- success!" -- Delicious Magazine, 1st September 2008

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"TV spice girl Anjum Anand serves up some modern Indian recipes for busy cooks."

Review

"A blend of tradition and fusion, though some dishes, such as Indian Shepherd's Pie or Keralan Salmon Wrap... however the book does do justice to the diversity of Indian cuisine."

Book Description

"Anjum's book is packed with recipes for light, modern Indian food for today's busy cooks, featuring delicious dishes, full of Flavour."

From the Inside Flap

A rising star of Indian cooking, Anjum Anand is the host of Indian Food Made Easy, which appears on The Cooking Channel (and on the BBC in the UK).

In Anjum′s New Indian, she presents the very best recipes from Indian Food Made Easy and many more of her favorite regional Indian dishes. Based on the same simple principles that guide the show—light, modern Indian food that′s ready in a flash—she presents a collection of more than one hundred delicious dishes that are easy to make, quick to the table, and full of amazing flavors.

This book includes diverse recipes from all overIndia, all divided into chapters covering: Light Meals and Snacks, Fish and Seafood, Chicken, Meat, Vegetables, Beans and Lentils, Rice and Bread, Raitas and Chutneys, and Desserts and Drinks. Plus, Anjum reveals handy tips for making the best use of the core Indian ingredients and explores the differences between India′s many and various regional cuisines.

For simple, modern, and flavorful Indian food the whole family will love, Anjum′s New Indian is the perfect book for cooks on the go. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From the Back Cover

"The Indian Nigella Lawson"
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About the Author

Anjum Anand grew up in London and Switzerland, and regularly visits family in Delhi and Calcutta. She has worked in the trend-setting Café Spice in New York and for Tommy Tang and the Mondrian Hotel in Los Angeles. Anjum is the presenter of BBC2 s Indian Food Made Easy and has also appeared on UKTV s Great Food Live. Her last book, Indian Food Made Easy, was an instant bestseller and one of the Top 10 cookbooks of 2007.
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