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Betty Crocker's Indian Home Cooking Hardcover – April 15, 2001
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Top Customer Reviews
When I saw this book with Betty Crocker in the title, I thought, "Yeah, right. I'm sure Betty knows all about aloo gobi and masala dosa..." But it turns out she does!
This is a remarkable cookbook with many of the traditional dishes in easy-to-use (yet authentic) recipes. Spices are recognizable and when ground fresh with a mortar and pestle they are very aromatic and delicious.
We were very favorably surprised. Way to go Betty!
Strong recipes here for the beginnig cook include the batter breads-similar to pancakes- and the grilled meat recipes. Any beginner would benefit ftom trying these out because they offer a platform (meat or pancakes) for learning about speices and for educating your palate. Meat dishes are far less complicated than many vegetarian recipes.
Beginners will benefit from the techniques given for the meat and the batter bread recipes. The book tries to do the impossible-encompass the food of 14 language regions and bring it into the American kitchen. I thikn this is an admirable job. I have a few bones to pick which follow. But I heartily reccommend the book to my American friends looking to learn how to cook Indian food.
Some photos are misleading, however. The uppama on page 231 looks far too wet and the yogurt rice on page 215 looks far too dry.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this book to make one of the most popular dishes Chicken Tikka Masala and it's not in this book. Very disappointed.Published 8 months ago by Music Lover
This is a great and fairly easy Indian cookbook. So many Indian cookbooks are hard to follow - but the recipes taste fantastic. Read morePublished 17 months ago by iiiireader
This was the second time that I bought this book. This time it is a gift. Raghavan Iyer did a magnificent job on this Betty Crocker book, which I consider to be the best intro... Read morePublished on April 5, 2014 by John Burkholder
Surprisingly, one of my favorite books on Indian cooking! Great recipes and good color photos. Should become a classic. Buy it!Published on December 9, 2013 by Justine
Fantastic Indian recipes. Most ingredients can be found at your local grocery stores. A few items are a little tougher to find, but those are more rare. Read morePublished on October 29, 2013 by MelS
I bought this cookbook mainly because it has recipes for many of things I enjoy in Indian restaurants. Read morePublished on October 9, 2013 by Courtney Kerns