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ePub Cafe Spice Namaste: New-wave Indian Cooking with Over 100 Recipes download
Author:
Cyrus Todiwala
ISBN13:
978-0091865030
ISBN:
0091865034
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Publisher:
Ebury Press; 1st edition (1998)
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Then again, Cyrus Todiwala's Café Spice Namaste isn't an ordinary Indian cookbook.

Then again, Cyrus Todiwala's Café Spice Namaste isn't an ordinary Indian cookbook. The vivid flavours and sometimes unexpected ingredients reflect a bold and fresh take on food that, in Britain at least, has sometimes seemed to consist of little other than mystery meat in various shades of fiery brown slurry. his restaurant of the same name is worth a visit. 2 people found this helpful.

his restaurant of the same name is worth a visit.

Cyrus Todiwala, chef and co-owner of Cafe Spice Namaste, is the most exciting chef working in Indian food today

Cyrus Todiwala, chef and co-owner of Cafe Spice Namaste, is the most exciting chef working in Indian food today. Although classically trained, Cyrus is known for his innovative approach to Indian food. In this, his first book, over 100 recipes range from starters and nibbles, through meat, fish and vegetarian dishes, to the superb chutneys and relishes - from chilli relish to the more adventurous wild boar pickle - for which the restaurant is also renowned.

Title: Cafe Spice Namaste: New-wave Indian Cooking with over 100 Recipes Item Condition: used item in a good condition. Author: Cyrus Todiwala ISBN 10: 0091865034. Will be clean, not soiled or stained. Read full description. Cafe Spice Namaste: Over 100 innovative Indian recipes by Cyrus Todiwala (Hardback, 1998). Pre-owned: lowest price.

Cyrus left India for Australia in 1991, but was persuaded to come to London to run the Namasté restaurant where he developed his trademark style .

Cyrus left India for Australia in 1991, but was persuaded to come to London to run the Namasté restaurant where he developed his trademark style of blending traditional Indian techniques and flavours with more unexpected ingredients. Today, Cyrus is proprietor and executive chef of the Café Spice Namasté group (Café Spice Namasté and The Parsee). He was also one of the team involved in the NHS Better Food Programme chaired by Loyd Grossman. In 2000, Cyrus was awarded an MBE for his commitment and expertise in the restaurant and catering industry.

Cafe Spice Namaste: Over 100 innovative Indian recipes (Hardback)

Cafe Spice Namaste: Over 100 innovative Indian recipes (Hardback). Cyrus Todiwala (author). Cyrus Todiwala, chef and co-owner of Cafe Spice Namaste, is the most exciting chef working in Indian food today.

Café Spice Namasté is Cyrus and Pervin Todiwala’s family-run Indian restaurant in historic East London, a short stroll from the Tower of London. Our generous meat and vegetarian tikka platters, authentic Parsee dhaansaak and Goan-inspired seafood dishes are among the tempting cornerstones. of a menu whose specials change regularly with the seasons.

His book CAFE SPICE NAMASTE, based on the restaurants of the same name, claims to define "new-wave Indian cooking" but, fortunately, Todiwala's roots in his own country and culture are too deep to allow much fancifulness. Crocodile and ostrich, it is true, are two starting points for recipes, but they can be easily ignored, just as those meats, I am pleased to say, seem to be in the supermarkets. Todiwala, whose parents planned for him a future in mechanical engineering, was waylaid by the pleasures of cooking at an early age.