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on 11 October 2010
I am certainly not an expert on Indian Food, but I love eating a good curry and I love to try out new recipes. Anjun's 'I Love Curry' is a very easy to follow, clearly written collection of her favourite dishes, and they are neatly laid out in sections by 'Vegetable' 'Meat' 'Poultry' etc. Her introduction is very personal and I like how she describes her cooking and her preferences, particularly how one should watch the flavour come together, the spices and the colours. Most of the ingredients listed are readily available in most supermarkets so one can really pick a different recipe each time and there are a lot of photographs to accompany each dish. My first dish, Punjabi Chicken, was very successful! For people like me who want to approach the world of curry, this is an ideal way to start.
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