Savoring India: recipes and reflections on Indian cooking

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Time-Life Books, 2001 - Cooking - 256 pages
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It's one of the world's oldest and most delectable cuisines, found in one of the world's most mysterious and enchanting countries. "Savoring India" takes readers on a remarkable culinary adventure, from the foothills of the Himalayas to the dusty plains of Rajasthan, to the sultry forests and palm-lined coasts of Goa and Kerala. Included are 140 scrumptious, authentic recipes for some of India's most-loved dishes, as well as fascinating sidebars on local festivals, ingredients, customs, and religions.

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I took this book out of the library and I need to own it now. Every recipe I've made in the book has been a hit. Especially the coconut lamb curry and the five different kinds of dal from various ... Read full review

About the author (2001)

Sahni has a nationally renowned cooking school in New York City, Julie Sahni's School of India, and leads culinary tours of India.

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