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“Packed with tips and information, this book is a treasure for anyone interested in basic Indian cooking.”
Raghavan Iyer, an IACP Award–winning Teacher of the Year, is the author of 660 Curries, Betty Crocker’s Indian Home Cooking, and the James Beard Award Finalist The Turmeric Trail: Recipes and Memories from an Indian Childhood. He is also a spokesperson and consultant to General Mills, Target, and other companies. Born in Mumbai, Mr. Iyer lives with his family outside of Minneapolis, Minnesota.
I never knew making Indian food at home could be so easy. I love this cookbook. It's the best.Published 1 day ago by Betty C.
This is seriously one of my favorite cookbooks I've ever come across! On a whole the books is so easy to follow with foldout pages and step-by-step illustrations. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Carma Schultz
Recommended by a friend who took his class, I am very pleased with writing and wit presented in this book and the variety of dishes it contains. Read morePublished 1 month ago by tim
I love his breezy style; he makes reading his book fun. And I appreciate the orientation of the book as a presentation by one raised in India but now transplanted to America. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Walter Michael Cook
I love, love, love this book! All the recipes are delicious, and incredibly easy to follow. Raghavan Iyer is a fantastic chef and teacher!Published 2 months ago by User112235
I love Indian food, particularly South Indian, and I own several Indian cookbooks, including Iyer's Betty Crocker Indian Home Cooking (which is also excellent, but definitely... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Annie M.
I love this book. It has terrific pictures and explanations. The instructions were simple for me to follow. This book is well written.Published 3 months ago by Erica Dekker
Almost magical. The cookbook is intelligently written with humor and information that will make your experience of cooking Indian food a joy instead of a tense labor of precision. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Pearltrader
Yahoo!! Finally a 10 or less cookbook that still hits the mark on flavor. Indian food can be complex and yes, usually requires a trip to a fancy shop for spices you can't find at... Read morePublished 4 months ago by reader100001