Classic Indian Recipes by Manju Malhi
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We’re over the moon with the latest addition to the Seasoned Pioneers bookcase –
Impossible to put down, this delightful book showcasing 75 signature Indian dishes by Manju Malhi is a treat for anyone who already loves to prepare classic Indian food using Indian spices or is just venturing into this inspiring and rewarding cuisine.
Recognised as an accomplished & innovative cook, British born food writer Manju Malhi learned her cookery skills from her Asian mother. Despite her London upbringing, Manju & her family enjoyed a lifestyle rich with Indian spices, culture and tradition. Some years spent living in India enhanced Manju’s passion for Indian cuisine, Indian ingredients, Indian spices and her career has since flourished.
Numerous television appearances, national cookery workshops and several books have propelled Manju to be one of this country’s most respected cooks of regional Indian food. Her unique fusion of British & Indian cuisine culminated in the publication of her award winning book ‘Brit Spice’. Other books have followed, each equally inspiring, so we’re delighted to share this latest one with you!
In Classic Indian Recipes, each recipe has a short and informative introductory paragraph that contributes to an already overwhelming desire to sample the dish. Simple, clear and concise instructions, easily sourced Indian ingredients and mouth-watering photographs will entice you to strive to emanate the hospitality for which India is so renowned!
Whether cooking for family or friends, preparing meals, snacks or treats, this book has something for everyone….with the added bonus of the heavenly aroma that will pervade your kitchen once you start cooking….
We’ve yet to taste them all, but favourites to date include the Black Pepper Chicken, Cardamom-flavoured Lamb Patties and the Maharashtrian Radish Salad
…….and did we mention the Apricot Nut Dessert and Nan Khatai……!
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