An invitation to Indian cooking

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Knopf; [distributed by Random House], Apr 12, 1973 - Cooking - 285 pages
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Written especially for Americans, this book demonstrates how varied, exciting, and inexpensive Indian cooking can be, and how easily you can produce authentic dishes at home. Over 200 recipes.

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An Invitation to Indian Cooking might have been a more accurate title had it included the subtitle Getting to Know Indian Cuisines and Ingredients because Jaffrey not only invites you into the world ... Read full review

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Good basic introduction to Indian cooking... not scary to read or to use. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
3
Sample menus
17
Sample menusvegetarian
21
A note on flavorings
23
Kitchen utensiis and other equipment
29
SOUPS 8c APPETIZERS
31
MEAT
47
CHICKEN OTHER BIRDS EGGS
83
RICE
146
DALS
203
CHUTNEYS PICKLES OTHER RELISHES
223
BREADS
243
DESSERTS with a note on
253
And to end would you care for a paan?
265
List of sources
269
Glossary
277

FISH SHELLFISH
107
SUMMER COOKING BARBECUED FOODS
127
VEGETABLES
145
Index follows page
285
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About the author (1973)

Madhur Jaffrey is a well-known and internationally respected writer on Indian, Far Eastern, and vegetarian cuisine, and the author of several cookbooks. She has hosted a cooking series on BBC television, and is an award-winning actress, having appeared both in film and on stage. She lives in New York.

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