Gateway to Indian Cooking 660 Curries
Demystifying one of the world's great cuisines, Gateway to Indian Cooking 660 Curries cookbook builds on the classic Indian palette of salty, sour, sweet, pungent and biter to unveil the saucy and sensational seemingly infinite, art of curry making. Among the book's over 800 pages, you'll also find biryanis, breads, pickles, relishes, raitas, and more.
Format: Softcover, 809 pages.
Publisher: Workman Publishing Company
Author: Raghavan Iyer
Description: Curry is the gateway to Indian cooking. It is the backbone of Indian cooking, it's the glory of Indian cooking. Curry has nothing to do with powder in a can and everything to do with amazing flavors. Curry is the dazzling layering of spices and ingredients, the familiar made new and the exotic made accessible. Not to mention all that tasty sauce to mop up with rice or bread.
660 Curries is Salmon with Garlic and Turmeric, Grilled Chicken with Cashew-Tomato Sauce, Lamb Shanks Braised in a Fennel and Cumin-Kissed Broth, Toasted Tamarind- Rubbed Shrimp, Pork Ribs with a Sweet-Sour Glaze. 660 Curries is traditional, contemporary, extraordinary, and it's jam-packed with easy one-dish dinners that dance on the palate, in recipes created for the home kitchen.
Condition: Cover has peeling laminate at the bottom right corner. Marker streak on exterior of book pages seen when book is shut. Further good condition.