The chicken cookbook

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Penguin Books, 2001 - Cooking (Chicken) - 262 pages
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Fragrant Biryanis, Spicy Achars, Mouthwatering Kababs, And Many Other Things You Can Do With Chicken...

There Are Almost As Many Ways Of Cooking Chicken As There Are Cooks. This Most Versatile And Undoubtedly The Most Popular Non-Vegetarian Item On Most Tables, In India And Abroad, Can Be Curried, Fried, Roasted, Grilled, Baked Or Just Shredded Into Salad With The Most Spectacular Results. Here, The Author Sets Down Over A Hundred Recipes Some Of Them Well-Known And Often Served At Homes And Restaurants, Some That Are Special To A Region Or Community, And Several Others That Have Been Improvised And Perfected By The Author Over The Years.

The Recipes Include:

Kalmi Kabab
Tandoori Murgh Pakora
Murgh Malai Tikka
Balti Achari Murgh
Murgh Musallam
Nargisi Murgh Kofta Curry
Sabz Murgh
Yakhani Kashmiri Murgh
Kori Gashi
Sindhi Methi Murgh

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Contents

Snacks
21
Main Course Dishes
47
Glossary
249
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