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"The Food of India gives you a real taste of one of the world's great cuisines. Discover the vast array of dishes which make up the cuisine of today's India: from traditional Moghul dishes such as korma and kofta, to a selection of breads, dahls and fragrant basmati rice dishes including pulao and biryani. Each recipe is photographed as it is made, and is accompanied by helpful pictures of techniques, equipment and ingredients. Stunning photographs shot while on location in India show how to identify and choose produce: from fresh vegetables straight from the market to seafood, spices and pickles."

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Wonderful! 20 janvier 2004
Par Liat2768 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This gorgeous oversized hardcover (yes amazon has the wrong picture . . .) first gave me the impression that the authors' priority would be pretty pictures and recipes would come second. I was very pleased to find that I was wrong. The book has lovely and accurate recipes for everything an Indian Kitchen should have including how to make panner (indian home made cheese) chenna (cheese used to make desserts) yoghurt, obscure indian vegetables and the main staple recipes of most indian cookbooks. I do have two complaints - the recipes are given without possible western substitutions for indian ingredients . . E.G wrapping things in bananna leaves and cooking them. Sounds great but my indian store doesn't tend to carry bananna leaves. Would foil work?? I don't know. It usually helps if a recipe is tweaked to accomodate a western supermarket. Julie Sahni's book Savoring India does that wonderfully.
Also, ocassionally there are fold out pages with little blurbs and pictures of things like street foods or snacks without a recipe for them. Nice to see but no way to cook them is provided.
I would also like to make a comment about the growing size of the cookbooks nowadays. I hated the teensy weensy pocket paperbacks but these huge SUV's of the kitchen take up the entire counter space above a cabinet and are way to long and heavy for a standard cook book holder. about six inches shorter would have worked fine although some of the pretty decor would have had to go.
All in all, a nice book for indian cooking
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excellent 4 juin 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
though the cover picture is wrong but the recepies aren't- i am a professional chef with quite a good expertise in indian cuisine and in pursue to sharpen my skills in south indian- i find the recipes easy and also authentic in every aspect- the author may be a srilankan national( a wild guess by her name) but the work and the dedication has made her a authentic indian to her work. It is very appreciable hats off to the author priya. I have tried a few reciepes which are perfect and the pictures in the book are extrodinary to the western eyes bringing the streets of indian market to them..
I with no doubt give 5 star rating to this book
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Delicious recipes and photography 4 décembre 2006
Par SJK - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
When I decided to purchase an Indian cookbook, I looked extensively through the recipes in many different ones before buying this one. Yes, the pictures alone make this a coffee table book worth having, but the recipes were also very well laid out and looked acheivable.

For a point of reference, I am a fairly experienced home cook, but not a pro by any stretch (except possibly a pro at cookbook collecting). This past Saturday night, I had a few friends over and made the following recipes (making them for the first time, I might add) - Butter Chicken, Lamb Korma, Matar Paneer, Raita, Carrot Halva (plus some spiced basmati rice). It was unbelievably scrumptious - with the added bonus of very straightforward, foolproof recipes. I hope to make my way through some more of them very soon. :)

Ditto to several other reviewers' comments that you will need some special spices/ingredients if you don't already have a kitchen stocked for Indian cooking, but nothing that I was unable to find (in the Salt Lake City area). I highly recommend this cookbook.
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One of the Better Ones 21 mars 2006
Par keep_shining - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I bought this book at Costco not really knowing a lot about cooking Indian food, or whether or not this book was even any good. I got it prior to doing any research on all the available Indian cookbooks out there. Just to compare this cookbook with others, I decided to check out some other Indian cookbooks from the library. I checked out 2 Madhur Jaffrey cookbooks, one by Madhu Gadia (New Indian Home Cooking), and Lord Krishna's "The Art of Indian Vegetarian Cooking." Believe it or not, despite the good reviews with all those other cookbooks, I have found "Food of India" to be the most enjoyable, and the food being the most flavorful. I even did research on the people who provided the recipes in this book and found them to be well known Indian chefs. You will not be disappointed with this cookbook. The recipes are definitely authentic.
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Gorgeous and useful 19 septembre 2002
Par Nicholas R. Hunter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This book is both gorgeous and useful. The many delicious recipes are interspersed with mini-photo essays on the geography and culture of the subcontinent. Every recipe I've tried from this book has been successful and delicious. (Try the Kasmiri chicken, cooked with yogurt, almonds, and pistachios!) However, I am lucky enough to live in a city (Houston) with a large ethnic Indian population and several sources of supply for some of the more unusual spices called for in these recipes without which it would be difficult to tackle these recipes.
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