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Indian Family Cookbook
by Simon Daley and Roshan Hirani and Salima Hirani


Overview - Real Indian home cooking with simple recipes and authentic results, this collection, formerly releasedas "Cooking withMy Indian Mother-in-Law," contains more than 100 family recipesWhen self-taught home cook Simon Daley tasted his future mother-in-law Roshan's chicken curry for the first time, he was smitten.  Read more...

 
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Overview
Real Indian home cooking with simple recipes and authentic results, this collection, formerly releasedas "Cooking withMy Indian Mother-in-Law," contains more than 100 family recipesWhen self-taught home cook Simon Daley tasted his future mother-in-law Roshan's chicken curry for the first time, he was smitten. Simon asked Roshan to teach him her vast personal collection of recipes and now, in their kitchen, a special friendship flourishes. Beautifully packaged with a textured cover treatment, this unique book draws on the extensive repertoire of an exceptional home cook, including traditional dishes passed down from mother to daughter over centuries, from the family's Gujerati roots in India to modern adaptations. Recipes include Pumpkin and Spinach Curry, Cumin-friedChicken, Lemon Salt Pickle, Sweetcorn with Pepper Butter, and Milk Dumplings in Cardamom Syrup.Stunning, modern photography of Simon and Roshan cooking at home, with step-by-step sequences to illustrate the more unique techniques, complements the lively, personal text. Includes dual measures."

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781862059849
  • ISBN-10: 1862059845
  • Publisher: Pavilion Books
  • Publish Date: October 2012
  • Page Count: 191


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