An Invitation to Indian Cooking

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Vintage Books a division of Random House, 1975 - Cooking - 285 pages
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Written especially for Americans, this book demonstrates how varied, exciting, and inexpensive Indian cooking can be. Offering more than 200 recipes, Invitation to Indian Cooking shows how easily you can produce authentic dishes at home.

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Review: An Invitation to Indian Cooking

User Review  - Louise Davy - Goodreads

Brilliant. This was my introduction to Madhur Jaffrey. No pictures - well lots of word pictures in the introductions to recipes. She introduced me to the use of a blender in place of an aged relative ... Read full review

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User Review  - Diane Lynn - Goodreads

Good solid book with lots of info and recipes. Read full review

About the author (1975)

Madhur Jaffrey is the author of many cookbooks—six of which have won the James Beard Award—and was named to theWho’s Who of Food and Beverage in Americaby the James Beard Foundation. She is also an award-winning actress with numerous major motion pictures to her credit. She lives in New York City.

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