The Indian Kitchen


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A feast for the eyes as well as them the mind, this is a comprehensive encyclopedia of the mouth-watering ingredients used in Indian cooking. Monisha Bharadwaj shares the secrets of Indian cuisine and celebrates variety and ingenuity.  From asafoetida to walnuts, each of 100 ingredients is explored giving useful advice about its appearance and taste, how it grows, how to store it and, of course, its culinary uses, complemented with over 200 classic Indian dishes.

Beautifully presented with color photographs.

Shortlisted for an Andre Simon Award and the Guild of Food Writers' Book of the Year Award.

About the Author

Monisha Bharadwaj is an award-winning author and food writer. She contributes to several magazines and newspapers such as Elle, Delicious, and Food and Travel. Monisha appears regularly on UK TV (The World's Best Diet for ITV and Great Food Live), Iron Chef (The Food Network USA), and for SABC (South Africa). She also runs a successful Indian cookery school in London.

Published: 2010
Pages: 240
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Kyle Cathie, UK