My Great Indian Cookbook

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Penguin UK, Dec 1, 2012 - Cooking - 252 pages
‘I always believe that every grain and every dish has a memory of comfort, families and celebrations.’ CHEF VIKAS KHANNA An authority on eclectic cuisine, and with an experience of over twenty years, Chef Vikas Khanna brings together the most delicious recipes from his travels across India. From Bharwan Murgh to Parda-Nashin Kebabs, Surat Patra to Fanasachi Bhaaji, and from Shirazi Pulao to Bepadiya Rotli, there are recipes to suit every palate and preference. Celebrating the richness and variety of Indian cooking, Vikas shares exclusive recipes for delectable starters, lip-smacking chutneys and achars, and mouth-watering desserts made on special occasions. With more than 130 easy-to-prepare recipes and heart-warming anecdotes from the farthest corners of India, the Michelin Star chef takes you along in his culinary journey from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, from Rajasthan to West Bengal. You are sure to experience the same magic he felt as he put the recipes together, one beautiful region at a time.
 

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Contents

Introduction
Makai Ka Soweta
Kaireeche Saar
Pulisheri
Mizoram Laksa Soup
Baingan Kaachri
Surat Patra

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About the author (2012)

Vikas Khanna opened his own catering company at the age of seventeen and never looked back. He has worked his way up to be one of New York City's top-rated chefs with his work at Salaam Bombay, The Cafe at the Rubin Museum, and the Michelin-starred Junoon. He is equally recognized for his work in humanitarian efforts with SAKIV, New York Chefs Cooking for Life and as the host of MasterChef India television program. In recent years, he has become recognized for his television appearances on Martha Stewart, Gordon Ramsay's Hell's Kitchen and Kitchen Nightmares, and Throwdown with Bobby Flay.

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