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Save to wishlist Save to Wishlist Traditional Indian cookery is hugely different from the likes of chicken tikka masala and lamb biryani that Westerners have become accustomed to. The curries and dals that are devoured in India are much healthier, more adventurous and just downright tastier. Here, 10 chefs share their secrets of real Indian cooking in their books. Tasting India Christine Manfield Both a recipe book and a travel guide of sorts, Christine Manfield recounts her travels around India in her cookbook Tasting India. Including delicious recipes, this book is a curated guide to all that Manfield learned from the enthusiastic and talented cooks she met throughout her two decades in India. Tasting India is divided into 10 chapters, each focusing on a different region, such as Goa and the Indian Himalaya.
Hang the yogurt in a muslin cloth for Curd Yogurt 1 cup. Add red chilli Ginger paste 2 tbsps. Apply this marinade to the chicken pieces and Kashmiri Red chili powder 1 tsp. Lemon juice 2 tbsps. Put the chicken onto a skewer and cook in a Butter 2 tbsps. Baste it with butter and cook for another 2 minutes. Remove and keep aside. Makhani Sauce 6. Heat butter in a pan. Add whole garam masala. Whole garam masala 1 tbsp. Let it crackle. Then add ginger-garlic paste and Tomato puree gms.
Cook for 2 minutes. Add tomato puree, red chilli powder, garam Ginger paste 1 tbsp. Bring to Garlic paste 1 tbsp. Reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes. Add Red chili powder 1 tbsp. Add cooked tandoori chicken pieces.
Simmer for Fresh cream 1cup. Serve hot with naan or parantha. Chopped green chilies 1 tsp. Slice the onions, ginger and garlic and keep Onions, sliced gms. Garlic, sliced 50 gms. Heat ghee for 1 minute, then add tomato puree, Ginger, sliced 50 gms.
Whole red chili 4 nos. Put the sliced onions, ginger, garlic and cook for 3 Garam Masala 10 gm. Tomato puree ml. Mix chicken in the above ingredients and ml Coriander powder 15 gms. Water ml. Stir well, add salt, garam masala and cook for 7 Ghee gms. Clean, wash and skin the chicken. Cut the chicken into Sliced onion 1 cup pieces. Poppy seeds 2 tbsps.
Soak poppy seeds in 1 cup warm water for 10 minutes. Coriander seeds 1 tbsp. Grind soaked poppy seeds with deseeded red chilies, Cumin seeds 1 tsp. Heat oil in a pan. Add sliced onions and cook till they Curd yogurt 1 cup are translucent. Add Ginger Paste and stir for 15 seconds. Garlic cloves 2 no. Add chicken pieces and cook on high flame for 5 Ginger paste 2 tsp.
Make sure not to colour the Green cardamom 3 - 4 chicken. Stir in the ground paste and add 1 cup of water. Add salt Dry red chili whole 2 no. Simmer for 5 minutes. Oil 3 tbsps. Finish with fresh cream. Slice the onion. Onion 1 no. Aniseed 1 tbsp. Cumin seeds 1 tbsp. Roasted gram dal 4 nos. Dry red Chilies 4 nos. White cardamoms 4 nos. Black Cardamoms 2 nos. Cloves 4 nos. Coconut 2" piece Almonds 1 no. Soak saffron in spoonful of hot water.
Roast all the remaining spices without any fat in a frying-pan and grind together. Heat half the Ghee in a large saucepan and brown the chicken on all sides. Remove, and pour in the remaining ghee. Fry onion till brown, add the ground spices and ground coconut. Fry for 5 minutes. Put chicken back into the pan. Cover tightly and cook till liquid dries and chicken is tender.
Just before serving add saffron water and garnish with chopped almonds. Cut chicken into small cubes, wash nicely and Lemon juice 2 tbsp. Red chilly powder kashmiri 1 tsp. Put the chicken on to skewers and cook in Ginger paste 2 tbsp. Remove and serve hot sprinkled with chaat masala. In a saucepan, add the chickenlegs, onion, Onion halved and unpeeled 1 no.
Pour 1 litre of water and bring to Parsley 2 sprigs Thyme 1 sprig Lemon halved 1 no. Peppercorn 6 nos. Butter gms. Mustard powder 1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce 2 tsp. Remove the chicken legs without any liquid and transfer them to a plate. Let them cool. Cream the butter in a bowl. Add the remaining ingredients and thoroughly beat them into the butter. Using a knife spread the curried butter on each leg. Refridge them preferably overnight but for a minimum time of 6 hrs. Remove the chicken legs from the fridge.
Place it in pan and fry till golden brown. Cut the chicken pieces, wash, apply salt and keep aside. Garlic, flakes 6 nos. Chop the onions finely and grind all the masala to a fine Cloves 4 nos. Cinnamon 1 piece 3. Heat oil and fry the onions, then add the ground masala Goa red chilies 8 nos.
Onions 4 nos. Then add the chicken pieces and fry for a while until the Ginger 1 piece chicken is well mixed with the masala. Cardamoms 4 nos. Add 6 cups of hot water and let it simmer until the Cumin seeds 1 tsp. Hot water 6 cups 6. Simmer for a few more minutes and serve hot garnished Lemon juice 1 tsp. Grind onions, ginger, garlic to a paste. Onions gms. Curd, beaten gms. Cloves 6 nos.
Cardamoms, large 4 nos. Chili powder 1 tsp. Cumin seeds, ground 1 tsp. Coriander powder 1 tbsp. Coriander leaves, sliced A handful Ghee 4 tbsp. Heat 4 tbsp ghee and fry the paste till golden brown colour. Add the mutton and the whole spices and fry it till it is well browned on all sides.
Put the curds, coriander powder, ground cumin seeds, salt and chili powder. Cover tightly and cook over a low fire till the mutton is tender and completely dry.
Than fry for a while till the ghee separates from the masala. Serve immediately sprinkled with coriander leaves and garam masala. Grind together onions, garlic, ginger, Mutton, cut into serving proportions 1 kg. Add the spices, salt, curds and vinegar, Garlic, flakes 5 nos. Put in a heavy bottomed vessel and Bay leaves 4 nos. Add the coconut milk and nuts and fruits Curds 1 cup and 1 cup green peas, and continue Almonds, sliced 2 tbsps.
Dried apricots, sliced 50 gms. Poppy seeds 1 tbsp. Serve with rice. Vinegar 2 tbsps. Eggs, hard boiled 4 nos. Garam masala 1 tbsp. Green Peas 1 cup Cumin, ground 1 tbsp. Coriander seeds, ground 1 tbsp. Coriander leaves A handful Saffron dissolved in 1 tsp.
Wash the liver well and cut it into thin strips. Lemons 2 nos. Squeeze the lemon juice and salt on the liver. Green Chilies 2 nos. Then add chopped green chilies, ginger and black pepper and Ginger, ground 1 tsp. Black pepper 1 tsp. Heat the sesame seed oil and add the chili, ginger and black Sesame seed oil 1 pepper.
Cook the mixture for 30 seconds, remove from the heat and Salt 2 tsps. Allow to cool, cover it and marinate for 3 hours. To cook the liver, transfer it together with the marinade to a frying pan and fry for 15 minutes. Once the liver is cooked, serve immediately.
Cut the liver into small cubes.
Onions finely chopped medium size 5 nos. Grind to a paste with a little water the Tomatoes small size 2 nos. Cloves 2 nos. Fry the onions well in the ghee. Cinnamon 2 sticks 4. Stir continuously till the liver is done. Garnish with tomato slices and Ginger Small piece coriander leaves. Garlic 10 flakes Ghee 2 tbsps. Cut liver into small pieces and marinate in garlic-ginger paste, salt, haldi, chilli powder and masalas for atleast 30 minutes.
Heat oil in a non stick karaahi, put jeera, tejpatta, and dried red chilly. Add ginger garlic paste and saute everything for 2 minutes. Add finely chopped green chillies and marinated liver and cook for 5 minutes. Add lemon juice and garnish with chopped coriander leaves and serve hot with phulkas or parathas. Dry ginger powder 1 tbsp. Cinnamon 2 no. Cloves 6 - 8 no. Black peppercorn 5 - 8 no.
Black cardamom 4 no.
Curd yogurt 1 cup Coriander powder 1 tbsp. Aniseed powder 2 tsp. Asafoetida a pinch Kashmiri red chili powder 1 tbsp. Salt As per taste 1. Clean, wash and cut lamb into medium sized pieces. Heat oil in a thick bottomed pan. Add asafoetida, cinnamon, cloves, black peppercorns and cardamom. Add lamb pieces and cook on a medium flame, stirring constantly till lamb pieces get a reddish brown color. This may take minutes. Sprinkle a little water and repeat cooking of lamb for minutes on a slow flame.
Make sure to stir constantly and scrape all the sediments from the bottom of the pan. Add red chili powder, coriander powder, aniseed powder, dry ginger powder and salt. Cook covered till lamb is tender. This dish is enjoyed best with steaming hot boiled rice. Wash and cut the meat into 2 inch cubes. Dry red chilies 20 nos.
Slice the onions into thin long pieces and also cut the ginger Cloves garlic 20 nos. Heat a teaspoon of ghee on a tava and roast the chilies till Cardamoms 6 nos. Fry the coriander seeds, garlic and ginger Cloves 6 nos.
Keep these fried spices aside. Ginger 4" piece 4. In a large saucepan, heat the remaining ghee and fry the Turmeric powder 1 tsp. Coriander seeds 3 5. Now add the cloves, cardamoms and cinnamon to the ghee tbsp. Cover Sour curd 1 cup and cook till the meat is half cooked. Ripe lemon juice 1 no. Pour a little water on the lid of the saucepan while cooking Coriander leaves 1 to avoid the meat from sticking to the bottom. Add the curds bunch and remaining spices and mix and cook on low heat till the Ghee 6 tbsp.
If necessary add a cup of warm water. Just before serving mix in the lemon juice and fried onions and garnish with chopped coriander leaves.
Keep Coriander chopped 1 cup aside for 1 hour. Juice of a lemon 2. Take oil in a pan. Without this knowledge, usually handed down in the generational kitchen, you will never get the taste right. Her own cross cultural experience makes this a great resource for the American cook. South Indian cooking is very delicious and not as well represented, at least in my region, with restaurants, cookbooks, etc.
The recipes in this book won't produce Indian food like you get in most Indian restaurants. It will be better. To save time and ease preparation, most Indian restaurants use a pre-made master sauce to which they add spices and other ingredients to produce specific dishes.
While the result may be tasty, it isn't what you'd be served in an Indian home. With this book you start more-or-less from scratch and get the real thing. The result is delicious. Despite the title, I wouldn't call most of the resulting dishes 'healthy'. While they feature the vegetarian cuisine of South India, they also use a lot of clarified butter and other oils. The great bugaboo of learning Indian cooking is the intimidating list of spices you need to do it properly.
This is true even if you do as the author does and used pre-mixed spice mixtures rather than grinding the spices yourself. However despite the list of ingredients, Indian cooking is not difficult. It is essentially one-pot cooking and if you add the ingredients at the right times, the result is just about guaranteed.
Do take the time to read and understand the recipes however. Like a lot of Asian cuisines, things happen fast when you actually start cooking. Is the result worth it? In my opinion Hell yes!
Indian cooking is wonderful and this book is a good way to start. This is a must have book for anyone who has ever had southern Indian cuisine. The recipes are easy to follow and the author gives a thorough list of the spices you will need to cook all the recipes in the book.
I became familiar with the author through my local PBS station where her program ran for quite awhile. Now I can cook authentic and classic Indian dishes for my friends that are now Americans that came from south India to begin with. Most of the dishes are vegetarian, All are flavorful.
It will bring and element of exotic cuisine to any gathering or any meal. If you know someone who is vegetarian it would make a really wonderful gift. The great thing about these recipes Chicken, seafood and fish could be added to most any of them to complete a meal. The spices are completely adjustable so you can season to taste. Unlike what a lot of people think South Indian Cooking is not spice hot. Kindle Edition Verified download. Southern Indian food is not what you usual find in an Indian restaurant; typically it's Northern style food, although that is changing rapidly in the US.
Instead of drier curries, you might get a cup of a steamed rice and lentil cake drenched in a spicy-hot soupy lentil curry Idli Sambhar. Or a donut-like lentil cake called vada.
The Southern Indian food is spicy, and there are "wet curries", almost like soups. A lot of the food is lentil based and protein-rich with vegetarian protein and it's absolutely great for vegans. In addition to recipes for idli and vada, there are recipes for rasam.
Rasam is an economical soup, that was first made from the liquid skimmed from boiling lentils. It's sour and spicy and very good as a starter.
This is an addictive soup--and it's even good in hot weather, when spicy food assists you in sweating to keep cool. There are a lot of recipes in here, including traditional curd rice rice with yogurt and the wet curries traditional to the south.
There are a few desserts carrot pudding, vermicelli pudding and a discussion of Mysore "pulled" coffee--a sort of latte made by pouring coffee and milk between two vessels to froth it up. I bought this for a friend of mine, as I've been bringing various recipes to share when i visit.
Succulent mutton chunks are cooked in tomatoes, onions, jaggery and vinegar. It reeks of bold flavours like turmeric and ginger, and is best served hot with fried potato snacks. Comments This glorious steamed rice pancake with innumerable health benefits has made its way through generations. Idlis are about inch wide, fluffy and can be relished for breakfast, lunch, snacks or dinner along with some finely ground coconut chutney and a hot steaming bowl of sambhar.
South indian cuisine is light in nature and a meal of Idli Sambhar is a whole meal in itself that is easy to cook. A comfort food, khichdi is the lightest, most easiest recipe to relish. Topped with dollops of ghee, khichdi is perfect to cook on a lazy weekend lunch or when you are too tired to cook dinner on a weekday. Saving the best for the last! Kheer is the quintessential Indian dessert that is made on festivals and special occasions in almost every Indian home.
It is delicious, light and easy to cook. This kheer recipe is a low fat makhana kheer, that can even be consumed during the fasting season of Navratri or if you are on a low fat diet.
So no more resisting on your sweet cravings with this low fat makhana kheer! Warm your dinner table with this hearty Rogan Josh, straight from the Kashmiri kitchen!
Bhapaa Aloo A stunner of a recipe, this one gets the Bengali flavours just right. Banjari Gosht Experience authentic Rajasthani flavours with this exquisite blend of yogurt and juicy mutton pieces.
An easy and quick Mutton recipe for your next dinner party. Kakori Kebab A famous Nawabi recipe from Lucknow passed down through generations. Hyderabadi Biryani It's the perfect choice for foodies who prefer having their rice with spice, interspersed with tender peaces of meat or chicken.
Dhokla A popular Gujarati snack, Dhokla is a steamed cake made from gram flour and channa dal is one of the best things to come out of Gujarat. Sali Boti This one is a an ideal example of the Parsi's need to mix hot and sweet. A delicious Parsi dish to enjoy the flavourful mutton to its fullest. Dal Makhani A luscious, creamy dal recipe loaded with butter, Dal Makhani is one of the classics! For the latest food news , health tips and recipes , like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter and YouTube.