Indian Every Day: Light, Healthy Indian Food by Anjum Anand

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  • Yoghurt-braised lamb (Dahi gosht)

    • rodillagra on January 25, 2015

      http://www.spinningchilli.co.uk/recipe.php?id=29

  • Traditional pea pilaff (Mattar pullao)

    • etcjm on July 06, 2019

      Very good. Served alongside a number of different dishes. It did the job, it wasn't plain rice, it wasn't coconut and it wasn't spicy. Just what was required.

  • Black pepper chicken (Kaali mirchi wala murgh)

    • etcjm on May 29, 2019

      Adapted slightly in that I halved it and used 2 breasts instead and added coconut cream instead of water. Really good. Used 1 chilli and it wasn't hot but had good flavour. I will do again but do the full spice recipe with 3 breasts as maybe the ratio was off? Teenage daughter enjoyed it, but she wouldn't eat the dahl! Looking forward to leftovers.

  • Sunny lentil curry (Peeli dal)

    • etcjm on May 29, 2019

      Easy side. Made a few times as I always enjoy a dahl alongside a meat dish. If you don't want it runny and are against the clock to cook it down, add much less water and just add as needed as you prep the other dishes. pick a bigger pan than you think otherwise you'll be cleaning the stove as well. One chilli for me provided no heat at all.

  • Punjabi peasant lentil curry (Macholle ki dal)

    • etcjm on May 29, 2019

      This was one of my first forays into Indian food years and years ago. The colour is great from the black gram and even though it always takes longer than you think for lentils, this one does become thick and is great to serve with a spread of other dishes. Leftovers are particularly tasty, some dahls can be a bit bland but I think this works alongside fiery dishes and mild dishes alike.

  • Melt-in-your mouth mushrooms (Masala khumbi)

    • etcjm on May 29, 2019

      Always excellent. This is the one I'm asked to make to take to parties. Next time you see a batch of mushrooms cheap, just try it. Take out frustration on the cashews and make them smooth, if they are lumpy it comes through in the texture. Use a blender if you can even though it's a small amount.

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  • ISBN 10 0755312015
  • ISBN 13 9780755312016
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  • Published May 02 2005
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 224
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Headline Publishing Group
  • Imprint Headline Book Publishing

Publishers Text

INDIAN EVERY DAY is a modern approach to Indian cuisine taking all the glamour of traditional ingredients and fusing it with contemporary, holistic recipes. Anjum Anand has worked in trend-setting restaurants around the world and has dedicated her career to producing a cookbook that fits practically with the dietary requirements and home-style flavours she adores. She appreciates the struggle to find light and healthy Indian food and does her utmost to make balanced meals we can indulge in every day. Spiced Colocasia, Rice and Lentil 'Risotto', and Luscious Lamb Brochettes are stunning examples of her wide-ranging dishes.

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