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Have tried many of the recipes in this book and loved each one.
So, kudos to the publisher for doing much more than just scanning the book and throwing it out there for unsuspecting Kindle owners.
This book makes Indian cooking simple and accessible for people who have never done it -- and the recipes are delicious.
Ok, here we are supposed to have a comprehensive book on Indian food and there isn't even a recipes for Naan bread. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Michael Parish
For a fan of Madhur Jeffrey I was very disappointed with the book. Not very interesting recipes particularly after it comes on the heels of Curry Nation.Published 5 months ago by K C REDDY
I bought this book after seeing Madhur on Saturday kitchen, doing the cumin chicken curry. Yes , the recipes are quick. But it will never be my favourite Indian recipe book. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Old Tyke
Simple, yummy, adaptable recipes. You can have spicy or not, and swap ingredients as needed.Published 6 months ago by seedy old lady
Have tried a number of resipes and they are all sooooo good. My kids 4 and 6 ask me to make indian food all the time. Read morePublished 10 months ago by jennifer r miles
I have turned to Ms. Jaffrey's books ever since I took up the art of Indian Cooking, 30 years ago. This book shows you how to get the magic from your pots to the table. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Pippo
I bought this book for my lovely girlfriend who I introduced to Pakistani foods and has since become an chicken karahi and nihari addict. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Imran Anwar