Sunday, October 5, 2014

Vegetarian Curry Easy. with Madhur Jaffrey

Madhur Jaffrey combines two sizzling food trends with over 200 brand new recipes for meat-free and mouth-watering curries.

Madhur Jaffrey is the queen of curries and the world authority on Indian Food, having published over 15 cookbooks on the subject over the last 40 years.

Following on from her bestselling cookbook, Curry Easy, Madhur is back with a beautiful new cookbook, Vegetarian Curry Easy.
Offering over 200 brand new and simply delicious recipes, Madhur cooks a tantalising, mouth-watering array of meat-free dishes and proves, yet again, how easy it is to cook authentic Indian food at home.
‘With this book I want to you on an adventurous ride through India,’ explains Madhur, ‘tasting the real vegetarian dishes that Indians eat in the privacy of their homes, in their very local cafes and temples, at the parties they throw for each other, and at their wedding banquets and religious festivals.’

‘Indian vegetarian food are perhaps the most flavourful, the most nutritionally balanced and the most varied in the entire world. Many are of ancient origin or inspiration, seasoned with an array of spices carefully blended for both health and taste.’

Madhur has also included modern creations that use traditional spices and techniques but have a Western influence. Easy to prepare and mouth-wateringly good, vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike will want this book.

Ebury Press - Hardcover - $65.00

About Madhur Jaffrey

Now regarded by many as the world authority on Indian food, Madhur Jaffrey was born in Delhi and is an award-winning actress and bestselling cookery author. Her first book, An Invitation to Indian Cookery, was published in 1973 and since then she has written over 15 cookbooks, now considered classics in their field, including Madhur Jaffrey’s Ultimate Curry Bible and Madhur Jaffrey’s World Vegetarian. She has appeared in over 20 films, including Merchant Ivory’s Heat and Dust and Cotton Mary. In 2006 she published her memoir of childhood, Climbing the Mango Trees.

Photo by Lisa Levart

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