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The Indian Cooking Course: Techniques - Masterclasses - Ingredients - 300 Recipes

The Indian Cooking Course Techniques Masterclasses Ingredients Recipes This comprehensive guide to Indian cooking explores the myriad regional varieties of authentic heal

  • Title: The Indian Cooking Course: Techniques - Masterclasses - Ingredients - 300 Recipes
  • Author: Monisha Bharadwaj
  • ISBN: 9781909487468
  • Page: 424
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This comprehensive guide to Indian cooking explores the myriad regional varieties of authentic, heal.

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    1. I had high hopes for this cookbook, but, alas, they did not follow through. The main problem? No taste. Over and over again, I found the recipes lacking in flavor other than heat from the chili peppers and occasionally cumin. I'm relatively certain it's not solely my cooking skills, because I use numerous sources of information to cook Indian food, and dishes I've consistently reproduced became bland when I followed this book. This may be due to an effort to Americanize the recipes - I can't say [...]


    2. Monisha has done it again. I have over 50 Indian cookbooks, some even obscure antiques. I am an avid Indian cook. One of my favorite cookbooks is Monisha's The Indian Spice Kitchen. It has the best spice descriptions of any of the Indian cookbooks. The only problem I had with that book is that there weren't that many recipes. There were some excellent ones that I have made many times over but just a couple for each spice described. This book is the opposite. It has 300 recipes but is very short [...]


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