Complete Indian Cooking Paperback – Illustrated, 31 Oct 2011
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About the Author
Mridula Baljekar, formerly cookery editor of Indian and Oriental Food and Drink Magazine, contributes regularly to magazines and newspapers, and appears at trade and consumer food shows. Rafi Fernandez is a prolific author of books covering regional and vegetarian recipes from India. She appears at cookery demonstrations and runs two shops, Rafi's Spice Box, based in Sudbury and York, UK. Shehzad Husain is consultant to Marks and Spencer plc on their Indian foods, has written several books on Indian cooking and has contributed to many magazines including Taste and Family Circle. Manisha Kanani has written regularly for Family Circle and has worked on food demonstrations for the BBC's Good Food Show.
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Top Customer Reviews
I highly recommend it, and have purchased more for gifts.
i showed the book to a sikh friend of mine, who is actually from Panjab, and i think that I ve seldom seen her laughing so bad when she saw some of the recipes.. Some of them being there when they are not even indian [I mean, come on... haddock fishcakes ? sweet and sour pinneaple ? carrot stir fry ? coronation chicken and an absurd caramel custard with fresh fruit or some toffee apples??? ] when at the same time, some indian classic such a carrot halwa [gajar ka halwa] or gulab jamun are missing, when there is only two recipes for Daal and two or three raitas.. A bit daft don t you think so..
I bought the book, I keep it. Not sure I shall use it much though.. 2 stars for the pictures..
UPDATE . no in fact i gave that book a four star as i ve enjoyed a couple of features since my original review.. one of them being the fact that it gives you the calories intake for every single dishes you take.. I don t know if you re wight concious or not but I find that a great idea.. especially if you re on a low cal diet. also, i ve cooked couple of recipes out of the book.. and they are not bad at all. Not hard to make, and they are tasty.. That does not cover up for the lack of some major recipes that are missing. but hey.. it s a book easy to use, and well presented.
The recipe's are not too hot for even my 8 year old. But can be tweeked to taste.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very easy to follow lots of good clear photos showing the process. All in all well worth the money.Published 4 months ago by Paul Stanley Louth
I have used this for several months ago and impressed many friends. Easy, simple instructions - you just can't go wrongPublished 5 months ago by Mrs F.
Only tried a few recipes so far but all winners. Not excessive numbers of ingredients, straightforward and well explained. Good layout and plenty of recipes.Published 6 months ago by hall6d
This has to be the best Indian food book I've bought ever and I've bought a lot! Huge range of recipes and I'm learning so much from making them. Dont look at another book.Published 7 months ago by Steve B