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A reasonably decent collection,
This review is from: 200 Healthy Curries: Hamlyn All Colour Cookbook (Paperback)
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The curries contained herein are inspired by the cooking of a wide geographical region - the Indian subcontinent, South-East Asia, the Caribbean and so on. They encompass starters/snacks, fish & shellfish, meat, poultry & eggs, vegetables and rice/lentil/grains dishes. Some are more involved than others - some are suitable for knocking up as a weekday evening after-work meal, others may need a bit more time with making up blends of multiple spices or marinading, or slow cooking.
As with all of these Hamlyn books, the 200 recipes are 100 recipes plus variations or sometimes an accompaniment to the main recipe, and it's a well presented book with recipe on the left hand page and photograph on the right. Ingredients should all be easy enough to obtain, and recipes are relatively simple to make.
The downsides are that this small book will not remain open flat, and if you are targetting this at people controlling their calorie intake (the word "healthy" in the title may attract the attention of such), there is no calories per portion information supplied.