Chef magazine called this bookï¿½s author ï¿½the best-known ambassador of Indian food in the United Statesï¿½ . . . and the Boston Herald referred to her as ï¿½the renowned author and actress [who] teaches home cooks about the sophistication and infinite diversity of Indian fare.ï¿½ The New York Times described…
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1 author picked Indian Cooking as one of their favorite books. Why do they recommend it?
If you discount Northern Europe and North America, it’s amazing that most of the world has such clean food. I love Indian food and Madhur Jaffrey knows how to make it accessible and easy for the rest of us. You’ll find dishes here that are not part of your local Indian spot: Dry Moong Dal, Goan-style Hot and Spicy Pork, Cold Yogurt Soup with Mint.
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