The Classic 1000 Indian Recipes Paperback – 14 Mar 2002
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The grand tour of Indian cuisine - all in one top-value cookbook.
Think of all the succulent and aromatic dishes you've relished in your favourite Indian restaurants. Now think of the joy of serving these ever-popular recipes at your own dinner table.
This valuable book gives you enough range to prepare any variety of Indian meal, including regional specialities, vegetarian menus and many exotic dishes, side dishes, snacks and desserts. There's over 30 kinds of curry sauce alone!
The recipes are equally suitable for beginners and experienced Indian cooks. They are ideal for gourmet dinner parties but handy for snacks and salads too.
With 1000 recipes to choose from, you'll never need another Indian cookbook.
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This book has a list of almost everything I can think of that is made in India. Right from making different varieties of spices to all the preparations from north to south of India.
The book is divided into various sections for vegetarian, meat, fish, sweet dishes, etc.
I use this book a lot for making curries new to me and they turn out to be absolute yummy !
Even my mate - who is British makes great food with that book !
In short this book is highly recommended and should be a part of every food lover's kitchen...
My only issue with this book is that there are no photos and a lot of the recipes are actually repeated or indeed very, very similar.
When learning to cook "curry", it is important to learn from many different sources, as there are so many variations of each dish and cooking techniques can vary greatly.
The curry we usually make here generally doesn't even exist in India, but it is possible to make dishes that will blow you away using a mixture of traditionally Indian and non-traditionally Indian techniques.
Also check out the kindle book "Chilli Man's Spicy Cookbook - Indian" if you are interested in cooking good curries.
The only reason I haven't given it 5 stars is because the book (or at least my copy) isn't particularly well bound. Mine's falling apart after less than a year. I guess at £6.29 something's got to give, but buy it anyway and look after it.
great service - good price
I actually made two yesterday (pea dopazia) and (sweet and sour keema) there was no where NEAR enough spices in them to even create a gentle flavour. The dopazia one just smelled like yoghurt and onions. I followed the recipe exactly and had to add tons more spices and curry paste to make them remotely flavourful.
It just puts me off the recipes now...hmm.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Looking forward to start learning a bit more from this book.thank you.Published 9 months ago by sid
Brilliant! This is the second copy I've bought, the first one literally fell apart of years of use.Published 13 months ago by Terry Jones