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  • Hardcover: 272 pages
  • Publisher: Saltyard Books (13 Sep 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1444734717
  • ISBN-13: 978-1444734713
  • Product Dimensions: 24.1 x 19.8 x 3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,698 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Prashad - the smallest restaurant with the biggest heart (Gordon Ramsay)

The food is flawless ... absolutely phenomenal, I was blown away (Angela Hartnett)

TIMES TOP 40 COOKBOOKS OF THE YEAR: Prashad is the tiny Bradford outfit that was the surprise star of Ramsay's Best Restaurant in 2010, and this book brings together the Patel family recipes from the farm in northern India. From simple street food to sumptuous family feasts, the 100-plus dishes are tested through the generations and are refreshingly unusual. (The Times)

You know when Gordon Ramsay is praising a vegetarian restaurant, something must be different about the place. (Cook Vegetarian)

This is the perfect book for anybody who wants to learn how to make good authentic Gujarati food... the book includes interesting stories and explanations of the food. (The Vegetarian Magazine)

This book has a great range of recipes from simple sides to magnificent mains. (Alex Connoll, Cordon Vert Cookery School)

It was all deeply satisfying. (Aileen Reid, The Telegraph)

Kaushy shares the secrets of her tasty vegetarian cuisine with explanations clear enough for spice-rack novices but challenging enough for those with a bit more skill. (The Week)

An excellent introduction to the delights of Indian vegetarian cooking... A valuable addition to your kitchen bookshelf, whether you are a veggie or not. (Handmade Living Magazine)

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A vibrant and original vegetarian cookbook that brings authentic Indian cooking into your own kitchen. Vegetarian food will never taste the same again!

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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By M. Fraser on 5 Oct 2012
Format: Hardcover
My son made a career in the hospitality business and has worked at Michellin-starred restaurants and at top hotels. My brother is an enthusiastic amateur who has trained as a chef to professional standards. None of us are vegetarian. But we all agree that Prashad is without doubt the best place we have ever eaten and the most unlikely, tucked away down a side street in Bradford. I have been collecting Kaushy Patel's published recipes in the Yorkshire Post and I am absolutely delighted to see it come out in book form. My only worry is that store-bought spices will never measure up to carefully prepared fresh ingredients that they use in the restaurant, which I suspect is the real secret behind the sensational flavours. Forget Ramsay, Oliver, Blumenthal and all the rest. Everyone who enjoys good food should buy this book, vegetarian or not.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Kimdelyse on 2 Jan 2013
Format: Hardcover
66 of the 112 recipes in this book are already suitable for vegans, and the remaining are easily modified. There are plenty of photos, detailed descriptions and each recipe is clearly marked with it's suitability for various dietary requirements. I'd been wondering whether to buy this book for a while and I'm so glad I did.

I was surprised to see the price fluctuate quite so much though. I purchased it for £12.50; two weeks later it's £18.25!
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Sloop on 15 Feb 2013
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I only received this book as although Im not a practicing veggie its generally all I cook when Im at home. I also like a bit of spice in my food & after reading the reviews already on hear took the plunge.

On first look I was a bit dissapointed as there didnt seem to be that many straight forward curry receipes..But then I had bought this book as I thought the receipes were going to be something original so I can't have it all ways :-) Anyway I could read through the book time & time again or I could actually have a go at making something then make my mind up. Im so glad I did! I decided to invite all the housemates (so cooking for 6) for a meal involving 4 of the recipes as well as some dhal. I cant remember all the names but I made rustic flatbreads (my mouth is watering as I think of these, will be making them again this weekend for sure!), quick spicy sweetcorn (my favorite), riata (yay, I can make a nicer one that my localy take away now!), Garlicky black chickpeas & potato curry (I thought this was going to be pretty bland and dry, how wrong I was).

Every receipe was simple to make & really well explained. There wasnt a single bit of food left and the flatmates were still thanking me two days later! I cant wait to work my way through the whole book to learn new things and more importantly eat very interesting healthy food! Thank you...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By amliag on 6 May 2013
Format: Hardcover
Bought this mainly just to read and look at the pictures as any Indian food I've attempted in the past has gone horribly wrong, but I decided to be brave and try something.
So pleased I did!!
I did have to buy a few jars of spices that I didn't have in the cupboard, but the ethnic aisle of Sainsburys had everything I needed, and didn't cost too much.
So far I've made 2 dhal recipes and 2 curry recipes (watana and flower, and garlicky black chick peas) and they have been very delicious. They do seem to use a lot of oil, so I'm not sure if they HO (Healthy Option) tag bears out (still have to calculate the calories to check) but the end result wasn't at all greasy.
Can't wait to try more recipes.

If you're veggie or vegan (more than half of the recipes are vegan) then get this and give it a go. You won't be disappointed.
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33 of 37 people found the following review helpful By red0209 TOP 500 REVIEWER on 22 May 2013
Format: Hardcover
For someone not particularly familiar with Indian cooking, this was a real eye opener for me. It is amazing how many different dishes you can create with a few spices, herbs, fruit and vegetables. A lot of recipe books contain many fairly predictable recipes but the majority in this one I would certainly not have thought to come up with myself. You can certainly tell that a lot of thought, care and attention has gone into this book. There is a very good introduction, with information on spices, utensils needed and general tips and practical information. I've tried several of the recipes and have many more I'd like to try and I can say that all have worked reasonably well so far. A minor criticism is that while there is a lot of information (I do like the introduction to each recipe) and extremely detailed step-by-step instructions, this can leave the pages looking very cluttered and a large proportion of the recipes do not have photographs. Despite not being the most neat and tidy book in terms of layout, the content more than makes up for this to leave a very good impression overall.

The contents page looks like this:

Introduction 8
Kaushy's Kitchen 14
Practical Points, Top Tips and How To...
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