Food of India H Widely acknowledged as one of the world s great cuisines Indian food has traditions stretching back three thousand years Over the centuries new religions new ingredients and new ideas have resulted

  • Title: Food of India (H)
  • Author: Brinder Narula Brinder Narula Luca Invernizzi Tettoni
  • ISBN: 9789625933917
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Widely acknowledged as one of the world s great cuisines, Indian food has traditions stretching back three thousand years Over the centuries, new religions, new ingredients and new ideas have resulted in a cuisine as varied as the vast subcontinent itself This contemporary selection of 85 recipes includes dishes from Christian Kerala and Hindu Tamil Nadu, from PortugueseWidely acknowledged as one of the world s great cuisines, Indian food has traditions stretching back three thousand years Over the centuries, new religions, new ingredients and new ideas have resulted in a cuisine as varied as the vast subcontinent itself This contemporary selection of 85 recipes includes dishes from Christian Kerala and Hindu Tamil Nadu, from Portuguese influenced Goa and the elegant Mughal courts of Hyderabad, as well as tandoori favorites from the Punjab In addition to presenting a wide range of recipes, The Food of India introduces the reader to the fascinating culinary traditions of India Striking color photography and detailed information on cooking techniques make this cookbook the perfect introduction to creatively spiced dishes you can produce at home.

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    1. I borrowed this from the library to cook some stuff for my daughter's birthday - and it is quite something. I had never cooked Indian food before - but the recipes are quite simple (if time consuming) and very nice. Most of the book is a general introduction to food in India and how to cook Indian food - but the recipes at the back of the book are clearly presented and quite fun.I particularly enjoyed making the breads - The Flaky Fried Bread was nice and involved lots of kneeding, which is also [...]

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