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Simply Indian Sweet and Spicy Recipes from India, Pakistan and East Africa

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ISBN-10: 1552854116

ISBN-13: 9781552854112

Edition: 2003

Authors: Tahera Rawji, Hamida Suleman

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Samosas, rotis, tandoori chicken, and biryani are just a sampling of the vast cuisine that India has developed. And although many Indian dishes have unique and complex flavouring, they need not be complicated to create in your own kitchen. This book written by two experienced instructors of Indian cuisine simplifies ingredients and traditional techniques. They have developed recipes that are easy for beginners to make, without sacrificing the rich taste that is the signature of great Indian food. Try some chai for an elegant afternoon tea or make some masala chicken served with a biryani, raita, and naan bread for a royal feast! Simply Indian also features a wide variety of meatless dishes…    
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Book details

List price: $16.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Whitecap Books, Limited
Publication date: 4/1/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 192
Size: 5.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

Tahera Rawji is dedicated to sharing her passion for cooking. Over the past 12 years, she has taught popular cooking classes showing students how to create authentic sweet and spicy Indian recipes in their own kitchens. She stresses the importance of learning the methods and spices integral to Indian cooking. When people ask her what her secret is, she always tells them it's simple-a combination of freshly roasted spices and cooking style.

Born on the island of Zanzibar and immigrating to Canada in 1972, Tahera Rawji has been sharing the secrets of spicy dishes from Pakistan, India and the Middle East in her popular cooking classes for the past 11 years. She teaches her students not just to follow the recipes, but to really grasp the methods and flavours integral to Indian cooking. And while the methods need not be strictly traditional, she aims to teach students how to create authentic taste in their own kitchens.Tahera lives in Richmond, British Columbia, and enjoys traveling, hiking, gardening, entertaining and cooking. She is constantly developing, testing and refining recipes for her students, friends and family.Hamida…