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Madhur Jaffrey's Ultimate Curry Bible by Madhur Jaffrey

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  • rees.linda on January 15, 2015

    Brilliant book.Royal Chicken Korma is delicious. I love this book. Recommended.

  • mziech on December 07, 2011

    Book on curries, with recipes from many countries (incl Thailand, Indonesia, Kenya, South Africa etc) though most recipes are from India. Chapters are organised per ingredient e.g. lamb, chicken and poultry, vegetables etc. Additional recipes such as drinks, breads, rices and chutneys to serve with the curries.

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  • ISBN 10 0091874157
  • ISBN 13 9780091874155
  • Published Oct 02 2003
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 288
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Ebury Press
  • Imprint Ebury Press

Publishers Text

This is the most comprehensive book ever published on curries, written by Madhur Jaffrey, the world's bestselling Indian cookery author. The influence of the Indian curry has been far-reaching: Indian immigrants and traders influenced the cooking of many other great cuisines of the world, including those of Sri Lanka, Burma, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan and China. History blends with recipes in this meticulously researched book, which will prove fascinating reading for food lovers everywhere. With over 150 mouthwatering recipes, Madhur starts with the best curry recipes in India today, moves on to Asian curries, and even includes European curry ideas such as French curry sauces. Some recipes have never before appeared in print, such as fish seasoned with tamarind and coconut and lamb braised with oranges. Also included are Madhur's tips for the best accompanying foods - she gives us ideas for rice, bread, chutneys, relishes and sweets - the perfect complement for any curry. Beautifully illustrated throughout, this book is set to become the standard reference book on curries.

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