Book by Beljekar Mridula
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This title features deliciously hot and spicy recipes from round the world, shown in 190 beautiful photographs. It offers easy-to-follow vegetarian recipes with step-by-step instructions, allowing cooks of all abilities to create wonderful, memorable curry meals. It is a fantastic collection of international curries, pakoras, tagines, kormas, dhals, biryanis and naans. The sections include appetizers and soups; vegetable curries; main course rice; rice side dishes and breads; side dishes; salads and slaws; and chutneys, pickles and relishes. It is fully illustrated with 190 stunning photographs of every finished curry dish for perfect results. You can travel into the exotic world of spice with green curry puffs, vegetable korma, sweet rice with hot sour chickpeas, and pumpkin stuffed with apricot pilaff. Every recipe has a complete nutritional breakdown to help you plan healthy menus. Spice up your cooking with over 175 sizzling step-by-step recipes. Superb vegetarian dishes from around the world have been brought together in this collection of dishes from as far afield as the Middle East, Morocco and the Caribbean as well as India and South-east Asia. Here are perfect recipes for vegetable samosas, balti mushrooms in a garlic and chilli sauce and a spectacular spiced Indian rice with spinach, tomatoes and cashew nuts. These delicious, easy-to-follow recipes will guide even the most inexperienced cook. These red-hot recipes are clearly organized by type, making the book essential for any lover of hot and spicy vegetable curries.Biografía del autor:
Mridula Baljekar is the best-selling author of a number of Indian cookbooks, including Regional Cooking of India and Vegetarian Cooking of India (both published by Aquamarine), and 325 Hot & Spicy Curries (published by Southwater). One of her publications won the Gourmand World Cookbook Award in the category of Best Asian Cookbook in the World. She contributes regularly to various magazines and newspapers in the UK, Australia and her native India. Her website is www.mridula.co.uk.
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