Category Archives: Greatest Indian cookbooks

Multi-regional cookboks

The great cookbooks on Indian multi-regional cuisine are, for me, where the curry journey gets serious. Meera Taneja, Pushpeshpant Pant and Julie Sahni all take a panoramic view of the classic recipes across the country – and each book, in its … Continue reading

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Getting started

For almost all of us, Indian cuisine starts with eating someone else’s cooking – and wanting to cook your own. The good news is that there are tried and tested recipe books which will help you do just that. And … Continue reading

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The recipe for recipe books

If you’re reading this as a member of a foodie Asian family, then this post probably won’t make much sense. You KNOW how to make a great curry, and the recipes are in your DNA. You know your achar from … Continue reading

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Multi-country cookbooks

It’s a fact that – as a curry cook – you may want to surf across the cuisines of the Middle East and Asia to find the place where your palate says ‘wow’! If you do, then are some great … Continue reading

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