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Chetna's 30-minute Indian: Quick and easy everyday meals (English Edition) Formato Kindle
80 brilliant, flavour-packed Indian recipes to make in 30 minutes or less.
Chetna Makan's bestselling cookbooks combine her creative flavour twists with a love of simple Indian home cooking. Taking inspiration from the eclectic tastes of Indian cuisine, these tempting recipes can all be on the table and ready to eat in less than 30 minutes.
Featuring fabulous salads, traditional fast snacks, imaginative toppings for toasts, delicious dals, comforting veggie, fish and meat curries, all-in-one rice dishes, surprising raitas and dips as well as indulgent desserts, there are speedy options for every occasion.
With brilliantly useful meal plans included, dishes can be enjoyed on their own or paired together and cooked quickly for an easy feast to enjoy with friends. No complicated methods, just delicious, vibrant and varied food that the whole family can enjoy every single night of the week and in little to no time at all.
Descrizione del libro
- ASIN : B08LYXHVG1
- Editore : Mitchell Beazley (10 giugno 2021)
- Lingua : Inglese
- Dimensioni file : 81708 KB
- Da testo a voce : Abilitato
- Screen Reader : Supportato
- Miglioramenti tipografici : Abilitato
- X-Ray : Abilitato
- Word Wise : Non abilitato
- Lunghezza stampa : 300 pagine
- Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon: n. 115,226 in Kindle Store (Visualizza i Top 100 nella categoria Kindle Store)
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I would love this author to consider writing a full, lengthy and more detailed guide to Indian cookery, not unlike Rick Stein's 'India' which is now a little dated. I'm thinking one encyclopaedic guide to Indian food for those in the UK or US that, for example, includes everything from cookware to all basic bread recipes, how to make your own garam/chat masala, different types of dal, what to buy / ask for an Indian shop in the UK, a guide to cooking spices fully so you don't get a gritty taste but also don't overcook etc. And of course lovely recipes that comprehensively cover Indian dishes beyond those within a particular theme (eg doable in 30 mins). I'm thinking a Delia Smith 'How to Cook' (only this time with Cheta - and with Indian food!).
I started by making Amritsar-style fish, pieces of fish in a spicy batter. I made it with cod and it was utterly delicious. I'm about to make yoghurt chicken curry, and have several other recipes in sight. I've enjoyed reading the Fish and Seafood, and the Chicken chapters in particular.
Ingredients are for the most part readily obtainable, though a few, e.g. carom seeds, need a specialist supplier - for which I often fall back on Amazon.
The Kindle version is a proper ebook, easily navigable with a linked list of recipes at the start of each chapter. There's a photo to accompany each dish.
The recipes are also easy to follow. The ingredient lists are divided into sections (e.g. tadka, paste,...), making it easy to see what belongs with what and at which stage of the cooking process you‘ll need it. This is a welcome change from the other book I own (Healthy Indian Vegetarian), even though those recipes are already easy to follow.
Since I rarely eat meat or dairy, I also appreciate the fact that most of the recipes look like they could be easily veganised. My first “experiment” (spicy shrimp with tofu and a little nori as the shrimp) was a success.
All in all - a clear 5 stars from me, I can‘t wait to cook more!
Not managed anything in 30 minutes, they could be just me though, but the taste is worth the effort.