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In Foolproof Indian Cooking, Madhur Jaffrey reveals how easy it is to bring the flavors of India to your home. With 40 recipes featuring step-by-step instructions and clear, color photographs, now even beginners can cook a wide range of authentic Indian food. Add some spice to your everyday home cooking with the easy-to-prepare Goan shrimp curry and Tarka dal. Or try your ...more
Hardcover, 128 pages
Published December 1st 2002 by Winding Stair Press (first published August 23rd 2001)
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Paulamoney
Jul 25, 2011 Paulamoney rated it really liked it
My friends and I discovered this book recently. After having tried several recipes over the past week, we are going to prepare our 2003 Thanksgiving meal using recipes from this book. We will start with Turkey Tandoori, curried potatoes, cayenne cauliflower, Mulligatawny Soup, Salmon madras, Cachumbar and mango lassi (to name a few.)
The recipes very are easy to follow. They not only note the time it takes to prepare and cook (not very long for most of them) but also shows step by step instructio
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Lee Broderick
Jan 02, 2012 Lee Broderick rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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The first Indian cookbook I bought contains easy to follow recipes but is a little uninspirational. The keema and the daal in this book I do still cook regularly and, like the other recipes, they are clearly illustrated at each stage.
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Madhur Jaffrey is the person who brought curries into the mainstream with her 1973 debut book An Invitation to Indian Cookery.
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