Indian Cooking Unfolded

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ISBN: 9780761177005
Release Date: 2013-07-30
Number of pages: 340
Author: Raghavan Iyer
Publisher: Workman Publishing

Download and read online Indian Cooking Unfolded in PDF and EPUB Love Indian food but feel it's too daunting to recreate at home? Those complex authentic flavors! Those dozens of spice blends! The long prep time! Fear not. Award-winning cooking teacher Raghavan Iyer puts the breeze and ease into Indian cooking. Taking a heavily illustrated, step-by-step approach, he introduces cooks to one of the world's most popular cuisines. With his natural charm and enthusiasm, Raghavan begins each chapter by explaining the recipe choices, what techniques are included, and a suggested order in which to approach the recipes. The book's 100 authentic recipes use only ingredients readily available at the local supermarket. Taking into account time restraints, each dish can be quickly assembled and will give home cooks the confidence to create knockout Tandoori Chicken, Coconut Squash with Chiles, Turmeric Hash Browns, Saffron-Pistachio Ice Cream Bars, and Mango Bread Pudding with Chai Spices. From basic breads to chutneys and savory pickles, from tasty dal to fragrant basmati rice pilafs, from crispy starters to enjoy with a Slumdog Martini, Indian Cooking Unfolded is a 21st-century approach to one of the most ancient—and popular—cuisines.


The Indian Cooking Course

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ISBN: 1909487465
Release Date: 2016-10-01
Number of pages: 496
Author: Monisha Bharadwaj
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Download and read online The Indian Cooking Course in PDF and EPUB As interest in the intricacies of Indian cooking is increasing, this book explores the myriad regional varieties of healthy and exotic Indian recipes. With chapters broken down into geographical regions, Monisha encompasses the entire range of Indian cooking and offers a vivid insight into India s colorful traditions, from the earthy lentil dishes distinguishable in the North to the coconut-based curries staple to the South. Monisha offers a course in home cooking, based on principles of good health, touching on the values of Ayurveda, which provides a context to your cooking; from taste and appearance to history and culture, The Indian Cooking Course will bring rich, colorful, and authentic dishes into every home."


660 Curries

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ISBN: 9780761187462
Release Date: 2016-07-05
Number of pages: 809
Author: Raghavan Iyer
Publisher: Workman Publishing

Download and read online 660 Curries in PDF and EPUB Curry is Salmon with Garlic and Turmeric. Curry is Grilled Chicken with Cashew-Tomato Sauce. Curry is Asparagus with Tomato and Crumbled Paneer. Curry is Lamb with Yellow Split Peas, Chunky Potatoes with Spinach, Tamarind Shrimp with Coconut Milk, Baby Back Ribs with a Sweet-Sour Glaze and Vinegar Sauce, Basmati Rice with Fragrant Curry Leaves. Curry is vivid flavors, seasonal ingredients, a kaleidoscope of spices and unexpected combinations. And 660 Curries is the gateway to the world of Indian cooking, demystifying one of the world's great cuisines. Presented by the IACP award–winning Cooking Teacher of the Year (2004), Raghavan Iyer, 660 Curries is a joyous food-lover's extravaganza. Mr. Iyer first grounds us in the building blocks of Indian flavors—the interplay of sour (like tomatoes or yogurt), salty, sweet, pungent (peppercorns, chiles), bitter, and the quality of unami (seeds, coconuts, and the like). Then, from this basic palette, he unveils an infinite art. There are appetizers—Spinach Fritters, Lentil Dumplings in a Buttermilk Coconut Sauce—and main courses—Chicken with Lemongrass and Kaffir-Lime Leaves, Lamb Loin Chops with an Apricot Sauce. Cheese dishes—Pan-Fried Cheese with Cauliflower and Cilantro; bean dishes—Lentil Stew with Cumin and Cayenne. And hundreds of vegetable dishes—Sweet Corn with Cumin and Chiles, Chunky Potatoes with Golden Raisins, Baby Eggplant Stuffed with Cashew Nuts and Spices. There are traditional, regional curries from around the subcontinent and contemporary curries. Plus all the extras: biryanis, breads, rice dishes, raitas, spice pastes and blends, and rubs. curry, n.—any dish that consists of either meat, fish, poultry, legumes, vegetables, or fruits, simmered in or covered with a sauce, gravy, or other liquid that is redolent with any number of freshly ground and very fragrant spices and/or herbs.


Smashed Mashed Boiled and Baked and Fried Too

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ISBN: 9780761189732
Release Date: 2016-11-01
Number of pages: 288
Author: Raghavan Iyer
Publisher: Workman Publishing

Download and read online Smashed Mashed Boiled and Baked and Fried Too in PDF and EPUB Who knew a potato could ever taste so good? Raghavan Iyer, that’s who! A master teacher and beloved, award-winning cookbook author, Raghavan pays tribute to his favorite ingredient in a continent-by-continent celebration of the amazing potato. Its recipes, inspired by a diversity of cuisines and accompanied by enticing full-color photographs, feature scrumptious starters, like Ecuadorean Llapingachos and Sweet Potato Samosas. Hearty mains: Canadian Lamb-Potato Tortiѐre, Moroccan Potato Stew with Saffron Biscuits, Potato Lasagna. Plus rich gratins, a boundary-defying Mojito Potato-Pomegranate Salad, luscious sauces and condiments, and even desserts, including a decadent Chocolate Sweet Potato Pound Cake. Includes a guide to potato varieties, uses, and storage, plus fascinating stories in potato history for the truly obsessed.


The Everything Indian Cookbook

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ISBN: 9781440522857
Release Date: 2004-04-08
Number of pages: 304
Author: Monica Bhide
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online The Everything Indian Cookbook in PDF and EPUB Indian cuisine constitutes the exotic blend of flavors from the Himalayas in the North to the Eastern Bay of Bengal. Featuring hundreds of recipes, such as Indian-Style Coleslaw, Rice Pudding, and Indian Corn Flatbread, The Everything Indian Cookbook guides readers through preparing delicious Indian cuisine right in their own homes. From basic Indian flavors and spices to Indian cooking methods and meals, The Everything Indian Cookbook offers a diverse set of recipes perfect for both vegetarians and meat-eaters. Featuring delicious recipes for: Appetizers, such as Paneer Tikka Breads, such Simple Naan Bread Salads, such as Spicy Papaya Salad Curry dishes, such as Goat Chicken Curry Seafood dishes, such as Shrimp Koliwada Special vegetarian fare, such as Lentil and Rice Kedgee Chutneys, such as Mint Cilantro Chutney Desserts, such as Mango Mousse Whether cooks want to prepare a meal for one - or a flavorful feast for company - The Everything Indian Cookbook will have them serving up tasty Indian cuisine to tempt anyone!


From a Polish Country House Kitchen

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ISBN: 9781452110554
Release Date: 2012-11-21
Number of pages: 288
Author: Anne Applebaum
Publisher: Chronicle Books

Download and read online From a Polish Country House Kitchen in PDF and EPUB Collects ninety Polish recipes, including roasted winter vegetables, stewed beef rolls with kasha, pork lion stuffed with prunes, and fruit pierogi.


Prashad

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ISBN: 8170230063
Release Date: 1986-12-10
Number of pages: 240
Author: J. Inder Singh Kalra
Publisher: Allied Publishers

Download and read online Prashad in PDF and EPUB This book is a celebration of the best in Indian cooking. It is the author’s intention to introduce the foods of India through the culinary genius of some of the finest Chefs in the country. It is no secret that Indian Cuisine is “in” and the time ripe to introduce the “GrandOl’Men” and the “Whiz Kids” of the Indian kitchen: the present day Chefs, who are inventive and daring—ready to try out anything new and different. The result is a wonderful collection of recipes—old and new—from their respective repertories.


The Turmeric Trail

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ISBN: 0312276826
Release Date: 2002-06-29
Number of pages: 304
Author: Raghavan Iyer
Publisher: Macmillan

Download and read online The Turmeric Trail in PDF and EPUB Interweaves a collection of Indian recipes for such fare as curries, grilled kebabs, vegetable samosas, and chai, along with stories about family traditions, life in Southern India, and exposure to irresistible foods.


Root to Leaf

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ISBN: 9780062283719
Release Date: 2015-03-03
Number of pages: 496
Author: Steven Satterfield
Publisher: Harper Collins

Download and read online Root to Leaf in PDF and EPUB Finalist for the 2016 IACP Awards: Julia Child First Book Eat More Vegetables. Chef of the award-winning Atlanta restaurant Miller Union, Steven Satterfield—dubbed the “Vegetable Shaman” by theNew York Times’ Sam Sifton—has enchanted diners with his vegetable dishes, capturing the essence of fresh produce through a simple, elegant cooking style. Like his contemporaries April Bloomfield and Fergus Henderson, who use the whole animal from nose to tail in their dishes, Satterfield believes in making the most out of the edible parts of the plant, from root to leaf. Satterfield embodies an authentic approach to farmstead-inspired cooking, incorporating seasonal fresh produce into everyday cuisine. His trademark is simple food and in his creative hands he continually updates the region’s legendary dishes—easy yet sublime fare that can be made in the home kitchen. Root to Leaf is not a vegetarian cookbook, it’s a cookbook that celebrates the world of fresh produce. Everyone, from the omnivore to the vegan, will find something here. Organized by seasons, and with a decidedly Southern flair, Satterfield's collection mouthwatering recipes make the most of available produce from local markets, foraging, and the home garden. A must-have for the home cook, this beautifully designed cookbook, with its stunning color photographs, elevates the bounty of the fruit and vegetable kingdom as never before.


The Sign of the Beaver

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ISBN: 0547348703
Release Date: 1983-04-27
Number of pages: 144
Author: Elizabeth George Speare
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Download and read online The Sign of the Beaver in PDF and EPUB Although he faces responsibility bravely, thirteen-year-old Matt is more than a little apprehensive when his father leaves him alone to guard their new cabin in the wilderness. When a renegade white stranger steals his gun, Matt realizes he has no way to shoot game or to protect himself. When Matt meets Attean, a boy in the Beaver clan, he begins to better understand their way of life and their growing problem in adapting to the white man and the changing frontier. Elizabeth George Speare’s Newbery Honor-winning survival story is filled with wonderful detail about living in the wilderness and the relationships that formed between settlers and natives in the 1700s. Now with an introduction by Joseph Bruchac.


The New Persian Kitchen

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ISBN: 9781607743583
Release Date: 2013-04-16
Number of pages: 208
Author: Louisa Shafia
Publisher: Ten Speed Press

Download and read online The New Persian Kitchen in PDF and EPUB This luscious and contemporary take on the alluring cuisine of Iran from cookbook author Louisa Shafia features 75 recipes for both traditional Persian dishes and modern reinterpretations using Middle Eastern ingredients. In The New Persian Kitchen, acclaimed chef Louisa Shafia explores her Iranian heritage by reimagining classic Persian recipes from a fresh, vegetable-focused perspective. These vibrant recipes demystify Persian ingredients like rose petals, dried limes, tamarind, and sumac, while offering surprising preparations for familiar foods such as beets, carrots, mint, and yogurt for the busy, health-conscious cook. The nearly eighty recipes—such as Turmeric Chicken with Sumac and Lime, Pomegranate Soup, and ice cream sandwiches made with Saffron Frozen Yogurt and Cardamom Pizzelles—range from starters to stews to sweets, and employ streamlined kitchen techniques and smart preparation tips. A luscious, contemporary take on a time-honored cuisine, The New Persian Kitchen makes the exotic and beautiful tradition of seasonal Persian cooking both accessible and inspiring.


Cuisine and Empire

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ISBN: 9780520266452
Release Date: 2013-11-21
Number of pages: 464
Author: Rachel Laudan
Publisher: Univ of California Press

Download and read online Cuisine and Empire in PDF and EPUB Cuisine and Empire shows how merchants, missionaries, and the military took cuisines over mountains, oceans, deserts, and across political frontiers. Laudan's innovative narrative treats cuisine, like language, clothing, or architecture, as something constructed by humans.


Recipes from My Home Kitchen

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ISBN: 9781623360955
Release Date: 2013-05-14
Number of pages: 224
Author: Christine Ha
Publisher: Rodale

Download and read online Recipes from My Home Kitchen in PDF and EPUB In her kitchen, Christine Ha possesses a rare ingredient that most professionally-trained chefs never learn to use: the ability to cook by sense. After tragically losing her sight in her twenties, this remarkable home cook, who specializes in the mouthwatering, wildly popular Vietnamese comfort foods of her childhood, as well as beloved American standards that she came to love growing up in Texas, re-learned how to cook. Using her heightened senses, she turns out dishes that are remarkably delicious, accessible, luscious, and crave-worthy. Millions of viewers tuned in to watch Christine sweep the thrilling MasterChef Season 3 finale, and here they can find more of her deftly crafted recipes. They'll discover food that speaks to the best of both the Vietnamese diaspora and American classics, personable tips on how to re-create delicious professional recipes in a home kitchen, and an inspirational personal narrative bolstered by Ha's background as a gifted writer. Recipes from My Home Kitchen will braid together Christine's story with her food for a result that is one of the most compelling culinary tales of her generation.


The Japanese Grill

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ISBN: 9781607740667
Release Date: 2011-04-26
Number of pages: 192
Author: Tadashi Ono
Publisher: Ten Speed Press

Download and read online The Japanese Grill in PDF and EPUB American grilling, Japanese flavors. In this bold cookbook, chef Tadashi Ono of Matsuri and writer Harris Salat share a key insight: that live-fire cooking marries perfectly with mouthwatering Japanese ingredients like soy sauce and miso. Packed with fast-and-easy recipes, versatile marinades, and step-by-step techniques, The Japanese Grill will have you grilling amazing steaks, pork chops, salmon, tomatoes, and whole chicken, as well as traditional favorites like yakitori, yaki onigiri, and whole salt-packed fish. Whether you use charcoal or gas, or are a grilling novice or disciple, you will love dishes like Skirt Steak with Red Miso, Garlic–Soy Sauce Porterhouse, Crispy Chicken Wings, Yuzu Kosho Scallops, and Soy Sauce-and-Lemon Grilled Eggplant. Ono and Salat include menu suggestions for sophisticated entertaining in addition to quick-grilling choices for healthy weekday meals, plus a slew of delectable sides that pair well with anything off the fire. Grilling has been a centerpiece of Japanese cooking for centuries, and when you taste the incredible dishes in The Japanese Grill—both contemporary and authentic—you’ll become a believer, too. From the Trade Paperback edition.


Farther Than Any Man

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ISBN: 9780743436397
Release Date: 2001-09-13
Number of pages: 304
Author: Martin Dugard
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online Farther Than Any Man in PDF and EPUB James Cook never laid eyes on the sea until he was in his teens. He then began an extraordinary rise from farmboy outsider to the hallowed rank of captain of the Royal Navy, leading three historic journeys that would forever link his name with fearless exploration (and inspire pop-culture heroes like Captain Hook and Captain James T. Kirk). In Farther Than Any Man, noted modern-day adventurer Martin Dugard strips away the myth of Cook and instead portrays a complex, conflicted man of tremendous ambition (at times to a fault), intellect (though Cook was routinely underestimated) and sheer hardheadedness. When Great Britain announced a major circumnavigation in 1768 -- a mission cloaked in science, but aimed at the pursuit of world power -- it came as a political surprise that James Cook was given command. Cook's surveying skills had contributed to the British victory over France in the Seven Years' War in 1763, but no commoner had ever commanded a Royal Navy vessel. Endeavor's stunning three-year journey changed the face of modern exploration, charting the vast Pacific waters, the eastern coasts of New Zealand and Australia, and making landfall in Tahiti, Tierra del Fuego, and Rio de Janeiro. After returning home a hero, Cook yearned to get back to sea. He soon took control of the Resolution and returned to his beloved Pacific, in search of the elusive Southern Continent. It was on this trip that Cook's taste for power became an obsession, and his legendary kindness to island natives became an expectation of worship -- traits that would lead him first to greatness, then to catastrophe. Full of action, lush description, and fascinating historical characters like King George III and Master William Bligh, Dugard's gripping account of the life and gruesome demise of Capt. James Cook is a thrilling story of a discoverer hell-bent on traveling farther than any man.