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Learn the secrets of authentic Indian cuisine from native-born cook Sunetra Humbad. With the collaboration of Amy Schafer, most of the cooking methods, techniques and ingredients in these recipes are basic and familiar. Each recipe has a separate listing of ingredients needed to make shopping and planning easier. Menu plans help put it all together.
Sunetra Humbad was born and raised in southern India. After moving to America, she taught cooking classes and teamed up with one of her students, Amy Schafer Boger, to write this cookbook. They created recipes that were uncomplicated versions of th food of Sunetra's youth that used mostly Westernized techniques and cooking methods.
I use this book a lot for quickie Indian recipes. These ladies' methods are very straightforward for the beginner who is apprehensive about all the spices as I was at first. Read morePublished 12 months ago by SV
I am enjoying the book very much. It is very informative. Good basic meals that will stick to your bones.Published 17 months ago by IRL
This is an excellent book. It's simple to use . Even if there are no pictures, there are great recipies that are not too difficult to follow. Read morePublished on January 4, 2013 by L. Pejsach
I browse through this book for recipe ideas - they are simple and delicious while having something for each occasionPublished on November 25, 2012 by Anonymous
Not sure if it's a complete lack of pictures or even short explanations of the dish, but I find this book completely uninspiring. Read morePublished on November 23, 2008 by Jelena V.P.
This cookbook is easy to understand and the ingrediants are fairly easy to obtain. Great cookbook!Published on November 16, 2008 by Martha Gannon
This book has absolutely no pics. Kinda boring to look at, but does offer a lot of doable recipes.Published on February 25, 2008 by P. Ganesa
Excellent cook book, provides basics for iondian cooking and sources for obtaining unique spices for recipesPublished on February 8, 2008 by Michael J. Wallis
I found the book very easy to follow.
The Receipts are simple but very testy.