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Curry Easy - Madhur JaffreyCurry Easy - Simples (1159 words)
by fizzywizzy - written on 21/12/11 (Very useful, 64 readings)
fabulous photographs it ll probably end up in my bookcases. If it contains easy to follow, realistic to source and obviously well tested recipes then that s a bonus. Madhur Jaffrey s handsomely bound Curry Easy happily meets both criteria - it looks good and it contains plenty of mouth-watering recipes that really do work. It s a hardbound edition which is great because the weight ensures the book stays open in use so I don t have to use sticky hands to get back to the right place when the book falls shut. It doesn t have a jacket and while this wouldn t usually worry me much (I often remove the jackets anyway if they get worn) I d probably apprecite one for this ...
Madhur Jaffrey's Ultimate Curry Bible - Madhur JaffreyLives up to its name (651 words)
by huggy2009 - written on 13/06/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
As the title might suggest this is a must have for any serious fan of Curry who really doesn´t know much more than where their favourite restaurant is. I purchased my copy at ebay for just under 5 pounds and feel like it has more than paid for itself as it offers a wide range of tasty and good value options for dinner and to impress friends. The book is available on Amazon for 16.15 pounds but is much cheaper on Marketplace but beware of delivery costs as this is a beefy tome and weighs quite a bit. The book has eight seperate sections so you can really decide which best suits your personal tastes. These include: Lamb, Pork, Beef, and most ...
Flavours of India - Madhur JaffreyMadhur is the best!!!! (214 words)
by c.anu - written on 17/10/08
the tin of coconut milk and pour over. She has made it possible to get the original taste with the limited ingrediants here. On the other hand some recipes are time consuming as Madhur has not made use of a pressure cooker as it is not very popular in the west. If this used , most the lentil and the meat recipes could save a lot of time. Overall I find that for authentic Indian food Madhur is the best !!As I have made a lot of the dishes without knowing the real taste, but when I tasted the prawn curry and Goan bread when I went to Goa it was the same!!! Kuddos to you Madhur!!!!Way to ...