The recipes in this book are very easy to follow.
(And you can feel like the host of your own Indian cooking show) I highly recommend this book especially if you have never cooked Indian food before.
If you are new to the idea of Indian cooking but really want to produce that authentic, home cooked Indian taste, GET THIS BOOK!
not bad but very suprised it didnt contain alot of the indian dishes im used to. no chicken teeks masals no carrot pudding, no samosa...kind of a let down.Published 18 days ago by john dowd
Helped me learn how to make the basics that are seen on most restaurant menus. It still did not help me figure out why my efforts never turned out quite as good as a restaurant,... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Anne
Cannot fathom why this cookbook gets so many stars. I have tried the Sag Paneer, Dum Alu, Chole and Baigan Bharta, but all tasted bland. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mintel
My favorite Indian cookbook! I bought another to give to a friend.Published 1 month ago by trautham
I decided to purchase this book based on the high average rating it receives on Amazon. Unfortunately, this book does not live up to my expectations. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Messenger
This is an excellent book with some some great recipes and simple instructions. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves tasty food.Published 4 months ago by Abbas H. Rajani
Indian has been the one cuisine that I have not ever really tried to do. It is one of our favorite foods to go out to eat but living in Montana the chances are slim. Read morePublished 4 months ago by NotSleepyInMontana
Must have for anyone wanting to dabble in indian cuisine. Wonderfully written with very colorful and engaging recipes. The history behind the cuisine is nice as well.Published 6 months ago by Nicole
This is the book that convinced my to purchase the Marsala Dabba Spice Container. Just look at that cover. Now, I also find the Guide to helpful and the recipes delightful.Published 7 months ago by S. D. Hill