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Indian Food Made Easy

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Anjum Anand presents 70 mouthwatering Indian recipes, using fresh, local and seasonal produce with all ingredients readily available in supermarkets. Throughout the book there are tips and techniques as well as expert secrets from top Indian chefs.
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Published August 3rd 2007 by Quadrille Publishing (first published January 1st 2007)
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Maria
So I've always been trying (over the course of many years) to cook Indian food (because I love to eat Indian food), however it's not the easiest thing- all these spices- sometimes 15 spices to make 1 curry and it's a long and detailed process. Until now! A friend loaned me this book and I'm definitely going to buy a copy. It is amazing! and it is Indian food made easy!!! I've already tried the honey roasted spicy leg of lamb, the oven fried chilli chicken, the spiced okra, the strawberry lassi a...more
Orinoco Womble (tidy bag and all)
This is the first curry cookbook I ever bought. Though I find Ms Anand a bit stiff as a TV presenter, her recipes are good and certainly easier to prepare than some of the other cookbooks I've read. If you want good Indian food without a lot of fuss, start here. You will find well-explained, simple recipes that can be adapted to your needs, with no flash "cheffy" bits. You won't need a huge kitchen, or a houseful of technogadgets, or a degree in cooking, to make delicious food.

My one complaint i...more
Lee Broderick
I've never seen any of Anjum Anand's TV programs but I was aware of her as 'the new Madhur Jaffrey', so when I saw this book in a charity shop recently I thought I'd see what the fuss is about.

Anand begins here with a two page introduction in which she states that she believes Indian food is unfairly thought of as unhealthy and full of rich sauces. I'm not sure if it's ever been popularly thought of as unhealthy but perhaps certain people do still think of it in terms of the Angl0-Indian dishes...more
Amy Paraskevas
Fantastic, reassuring, down-to-earth, very British tone, cheerful and relaxed about food and cooking, excellent for those intimidated by Indian cooking. I particularly love how she explains with most recipes what the social context of the dish is - at an Indian restaurant it's easy to lose sight of how truly festive some dishes are, and feel like a failure if you can't make an elaborate tricky feast like the mamas do for Diwali or whatever - her narratives, memories and explanations put me at ea...more
Cara
I enjoyed the TV programme so bought the book. The food is really easy to make and delicious to eat. You can't go wrong with this book!
Eve
LOVE this cook book, LOVE it! I use it all the time for making yummy Indian food. :)
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