Sep 29, 2022
Vegetarian India: A Journey Through the Best of Indian Home Cooking
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  • Title: Vegetarian India: A Journey Through the Best of Indian Home Cooking
  • Author: Madhur Jaffrey
  • ISBN: 9781101874875
  • Page: 276
  • Format: ebook
Unlimited Vegetarian India: A Journey Through the Best of Indian Home Cooking - by Madhur Jaffrey, Vegetarian India: A Journey Through the Best of Indian Home Cooking, Madhur Jaffrey, Vegetarian India A Journey Through the Best of Indian Home Cooking No one knows Indian food like Madhur Jaffrey For than forty years the godmother of Indian cooking The Independent on Sunday has introduced Western home cooks to the vibrant cuisines of her homeland Now in Vegetarian India A Journey Through the Best of Indian Home Cooking the seven time James Beard Award winning author shares th

Unlimited Vegetarian India: A Journey Through the Best of Indian Home Cooking - by Madhur Jaffrey - Vegetarian India: A Journey Through the Best of Indian Home Cooking, Vegetarian India A Journey Through the Best of Indian Home Cooking No one knows Indian food like Madhur Jaffrey For than forty years the godmother of Indian cooking The Independent on Sunday has introduced Western home cooks to the vibrant cuisines of her homeland N

Highlyeccentric

This is a delight to read, and a logistical pain in the ass to cook from, unless you live somewhere with access to really good Indian grocers Asfoetida, where do you even BUY that Still, I m getting there My cupboard is now home to four different kinds of daal I ve even put my coffee grinder to work grinding spices, because that s the kind of person I have become.


Becky

I came across this cookbook in my most recent issue of Martha Stewart Living which had some recipes from the cookbook and I was intrigued We enjoy Indian food and I thought that some of the side vegetable dishes and flavored rices looked interesting I did find some side dishes and rices that I would like to try I have already made the fried potato puffs which we all enjoyed I was disappointed that there was not a recipe for potato bhajias or naan After a while some of the recipes just started to [...]


Preethi

That s a great collection of veggie recipes Am definitely going to keep this book on my dining table to remind me of the recipes I bookmarked.


James Eckman

I m a bit tossed up whether this book should be a purchase When compared to her book from 35 years ago, Madhur Jaffrey s World of the East Vegetarian Cooking, it now has pretty pictures and on exotic ingredients that you can now get in the US This book is focused on India as a whole, which is like European cuisine, a very broad category I like this, at home I m not required to cook for a specific part of India The recipes are updated, for example the Chapati Roti recipe has been updated and the [...]


Neodymia

I won t review this book as it wouldn t be fair I will just warn anyone who already owns Madhur Jaffrey s Curry Easy Vegetarian that this is almost identical, but Americanised eg only includes old fashioned measurements I did not know this when I bought it online Curry Easy Vegetarian is an excellent book and contains metric as well as old fashioned measurements , so if you are American, go ahead and buy this version I would recommend the UK version to everyone else.The best recipe I ve tried so [...]


Sara

This is now the fourth cookbook I own by this author and I think I will be using it as often as I do the first three Jaffrey has collected recipes from home cooks around India, often by looking over their shoulder as they made a dish As always, her recipes are carefully written and tested they work Most of them are simple, not terribly time consuming for the experienced home cook, and I have yet to try one that hasn t been delicious Most have even been a hit with the kids Many of these recipes a [...]


Lara

This one a little overwhelming It s huge, there s tons of stuff in it, and a lot of things aren t pictured, so it s hard to get an idea of what they actually are But a number of the recipes sound really good I think this is just a little intense than I m looking for Also, at some point somebody clearly made the Tomato Rice because on that page and the ones surrounding it there s a bunch of oil, a big ole piece of tomato skin, and several colonies of mildew ew The perils of checking out cookbook [...]


Aja Marsh

i ve enjoyed flipping through this book the majority of recipes seem simple and approachable, which is a nice change from many indian cookbooks that seem to overwhelm you with ingredients though all of the ingredients really do add a special something, not a criticism, it s just nice not to get that aack feeling when you open the book i can t yet decide if this is one i d like to add to my collection permanently or not i do have another indian cookbook, but i could see reaching out for this one [...]


TLP

A wonderful addition to my cookbook library both from an Indian and vegetarian perspective I m learning about Dals, loving okra and enjoying healthy, creative snacking.In cookbook reviews, I often see concerns about the availability of ingredients but I have found that once you have stocked your pantry with Indian spices and dried goods you have only to grab your favorite vegetables and cook


Elisia

This is probably my favorite cookbook now, and absolutely the best Indian cookbook I have ever used.I ve made so many of these recipes, and everything has turned out really well I don t consider myself anything than an average cook to a house of 4, so I was pleasantly surprised how often the recipes seemed fairly easy to execute.


Salvatore

Solid recipes, even with tinkering which was necessary Bright flavours throughout the bhagara baigan only gets better as it matures The book itself is gorgeous Worth it for the vegetarian and the Indian food love She even has chili paneerI also would have never thought that toasted sesame seeds on top of warm caramelized bananas would be a perfect combination.


Paris Harper-Hardy

An excellent cookbook I cooked my way through about 25 recipes in this book Although I didn t find many of my Indian restaurant favorites in here no Malai Kofta or Tikka masala, but saag paneer was there there was a whole chapter on delicious dals wherein I discovered a new favorite seasoning, asafoetida, excellent breads, and many original recipes Mangos mumtaz.


Ambur Taft

Beautiful cookbook Some ingredients may be a little harder to get if you live in a small town on the peninsula, but the execution of the dishes seems fairly reasonable All of it looks extremely delicious.


Nina

Very cool I like that Jaffrey divides sections regionally and by type of dish, plus the inclusion of interesting anecdotes about where she learned the recipe and the differences between types of Indian cuisine I haven t tried any of the recipes yet though


LemontreeLime

Read this quickly, but predict will be buying it and reading it again Jaffrey showcases recipes I ve never seen or heard of, and even if I don t use all the spices, I will definitely be using the new to me methods


Jennifer

I ve cooked through many of Madhur Jaffrey s books, but this might be the best one up to now Hands down the best photography of her delicious food I made 15 recipes for a dinner party Every one turned out well Who misses meat when vegetarian food can be so filling and beautiful


Michelle

Beautiful and endlessly fascinating There are a lot of things I either can t make, or need to substitute, as Midwestern towns aren t always good places to find fresh curry leaves But enjoyed every minute of this book


E

Five stars is for the clarity of recipes reliability of results, as well as the excellent photographs and commentary This is not an encyclopedic cookbook but a functional one, and a joyful one as well.


Katy

Very accessible and delicious recipes made the aloo gobi and it came together very quickly i liked the descriptions before each recipe, too.


Sushma T.

Pretty authentic recipes and thorough explanations of ingredients.


Sharon

Worth the price for the cover recipe alone That cauliflower is amazing Oh, and the dozen or other things I ve made.


Naomi

Beautiful, with careful and compelling descriptions of where each recipe originates, inviting readers on a tour of India through the tastebuds.


Vishal Agarwal

Great read Great recipe for first time Indian cooks Highly recommended to know different regions cooking in diverse country of India T


Dana

Signed copy from Omnivore in San Francisco First recipe tried Chickpeas in a Fresh Cilantro Sauce, easy and delicious I used 2 Thai bird chilis and a bit ginger.


Amanda

Spices are tricky to find Must live near urban centers.


Cherie

Love this Jaffrey includes recipes from all across India While the spice list might be a bit complex at times, you are eating some really legit Indian food YUM.


Andrea

Beautiful photographs contradict the long, complicated recipes with obscure ingredients Not a favourite Indian cookbook for me.


Kate

Things I bookmarked to make chili paneer, quinoa upma with corn and mint, paneer in butter tomato sauce.



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