Food of India: [Indian Cookbook, Techniques, 84 Recipes] (英語) ペーパーバック – 2012/9/10
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Learn to cook delicious and visually stunning dishes with this easy-to-follow Indian cookbook.
The astonishing variety of India is reflected in its cuisine, which is regarded by those who have enjoyed genuine Indian food as being among the worlds' greatest. Like the overall fabric of the land itself, Indian cuisine is the result of countless historical, religious and regional influences.
Widely acknowledged as one of the world's greatest cuisines, Indian food has traditions stretching back over three thousand years. The blending of subtle cultural, ethnic and religious influences over the centuries has created a unique cuisine as varied as the country itself. The Food of India features over 80 delectable recipes includes dishes from Hindu Tamil Nadu, Christian Kerala as well as tandoori favorites from the Punjab. Striking color photographs and detailed information make this brilliant Indian cookbook the perfect introduction to the rich and diverse world of Indian cuisine!
Authentic Indian recipes include:
- Garam Masala
- Fragrant Yogurt Soup
- Vegetable Pulao
- Grilled Paneer Tikka with Mint and Coriander
- Bengali Fish Curry
- Braised Masala Leg of Lamb
- Goan Pork Vindaloo
- Southern Indian Coconut Dessert
Jaspit Purewal is a Delhi-based writer and editor specializing in Indian food and culture. Karen Anand is a well-known food writer based in Bombay and Jennifer Brennan has written several books including Curries and Bugles: a Cookbook and Memoir of the British Raj.
Luca Invernizzi Tettoni, an internationally acclaimed photographer, lived and worked in Asia from 1973 until 2013. Among his many books on Asian culture are Tropical Asian Style, Thai Style, and Filipino Style .