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Classic Indian Vegetarian Cookery Paperback – 31 Oct 2003
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Following on from "Classic Indian Cookery", in this book Julie Sahni collects together the treasures of India's vegetarian cookery. The book begins with a simple explanation of all the ingredients and techniques characteristic of this cuisine. Julie also describes every classical blend of curry in the Indian tradition. As well as teaching the art of curry, this book offers a repertoire of over 200 vegetarian and grain dishes, such as Malabar Coconut and Yoghurt-Braised Vegetables, Madras Fiery Aubergine, Lentil and Chilli Stew or Coorg-style Hot and Garlicky Black Beans with Lotus Root. To accompany these dishes, Julie provides recipes for chutneys, pickles, breads, rice dishes, dals, side dishes, yoghurt salads and condiments.
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nicely set out - easy to read and follow. only thing this misses, are some photos, i like to see what i am aiming for and how close i get to it. ;o)
i would recommend this to anyone who loves indian cooking
I'm not a vegetarian but i love having meat free days & this is the book i love to delve into.
Check out Classic Indian Cookery also a 5*.
It is very easy to follow and the instructions are very clear. Some of the ingredients are not so easy for me to
get, since I live in Istanbul, but of the receipes I have cooked, they are simply delicious.
I highly recommend it to anybody who loves good Indian food.
While not a vegetarian myself, my partner is one so find it particularly useful as recipes are relatively easy and I can increase my expertise of vegetarian dishes.
Unfortunately, I have not found any of the recipes particularly exciting, much of them focus on bean and lentil dishes. The majority of recipes require ingredients which you will only get in an Indian supermarket - even then you might struggle. I think the main problem is that there are no photographs of the food so none of the recipes have ever really drawn me in.
If you are trying to re-create that British Indian restaurant taste, this is not the book for you. If you have travelled round India and sampled the food, it's probably worth buying.