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Author:
Sipra Das Gupta
ISBN13:
978-0571115082
ISBN:
057111508X
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Publisher:
Faber & Faber (June 1, 1980)
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Regional & International
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Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780571102228.

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This book is not of the calibre of one of Madhur Jaffrey's or Julie Sahni's books, but if you want to venture out of the nursery and already know something about Indian . This book is nor for Indian cooking beginners.

This book is not of the calibre of one of Madhur Jaffrey's or Julie Sahni's books, but if you want to venture out of the nursery and already know something about Indian cookery, it is a very worthwhile book indeed. Requires basic methods prior to testing recipes, otherwise exciting recipes. Strangely organized as there is no index or recipe categories.

I have a book from about 20 years ago by Sipra Das Gupta. Best introduction to Indian cooking I could imagine. It is by Meera Blackley titled "Indian Home Cooking". I still use it above all others when I want a new Indian dish. Any book by Sanjeev Kapoor is also good. For some delicious non vegetarian food try out - Tandoor Trails n The Indian cooking by Madhur Jaffery.

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This book really is that good, and the recipes are really that well refined and tested

This book really is that good, and the recipes are really that well refined and tested. It's the definitive Indian cookbook, that also separates recipes by region too, which is really awesome. While most recipes in this book don't call for ingredients that are too exotic, there are a couple that come up, such as the super-pungent asafetida (hing) powder, or amachur (mango) powder, etc. While the book says optional on some of these, if you can find your nearest indian/asian supermarket, they'll have what you need. The more you don't leave out, the better and more authentic your food will be! After all, using authentic ingredients is the whole point of exploring a new cuisine!

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The Indian Cookery Book. The plain text version of this eBook was produced by John Bickers and Dagny The original book contained no illustrations. The html version was produced by Col Choat.

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  • I foolishly lost my copy of this wonderful book, which i've had for years. So grateful to Amazon for having a copy. It's a great simple cookbook. Recommend the fish chops recipes and all the Indian sweet recipes.

  • I bought this book at a rummage sale in Houston about 20 years ago and had no familiarity with Indian cooking at the time. I had no trouble finding the ingredients and the instructions for the recipes were very clear. I have to say that the author, if these are based on her own recipes, is or was a really good cook. The dishes are varied and tasty and it has been a favorite in my collection of cook books for years. I have since purchased a few other Indian cook books, but the dishes don't turn out as good as these. This book is a little gem.