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by Julie Sahni

eBook Moghul Microwave: Cooking Indian Food the Modern Way download ISBN: 068808334X
Author: Julie Sahni
Publisher: William Morrow & Co; 1st edition (September 1, 1990)
Language: English
Pages: 512
ePub: 1655 kb
Fb2: 1689 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Cooking
Subcategory: Regional and International

If pairing cookery of the Moghuls-Muslims of Mongolian, Turkish and Persian origin who wielded power in India from the 16th to 19th centuries-with the modern microwave oven seems incongruous, Sahni ( Indian Cooking ) makes the partnership work. She instructs readers in microwave techniques and speeds the preparation of exotically flavorful Indian food.

Moghul Microwave book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Moghul Microwave: Cooking Indian Food the Modern Way. by. Julie Sahni. Does East Indian cuisine prepared in a microwave oven offer authentic taste?

Moghul Microwave: Cooking Indian Food the Modern Way by Julie Sahni - If pairing cookery of the Moghuls - Muslims of Mongolian, Turkish and Persian origin who wielded power in India from the 16th to 19th centuries - with the modern microwave oven seems incongruous, Sahni.

Moghul Microwave: Cooking Indian Food the Modern Way by Julie Sahni - If pairing cookery of the Moghuls - Muslims of Mongolian, Turkish and Persian origin who wielded power in India from the 16th to 19th centuries - with the modern microwave oven seems incongruous, Sahni makes the partnership work. She instructs readers in microwave techniques and speeds the preparation of exotically flavorful Indian food

Format Hardback 512 pages.

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Julie Sahni, the foremost creator and teacher of Indian cooking outside .

What else can I say except that my copy is used almost every weekend, and it's already dog-eared and well worn.

Most important, Julie Sahni imparts the secrets to mastering the art of Indian cooking. Even the beginner will quickly learn to move within the classic tradition and improvise with sureness and ease

Most important, Julie Sahni imparts the secrets to mastering the art of Indian cooking. Even the beginner will quickly learn to move within the classic tradition and improvise with sureness and ease. Julie Sahni has written a masterpiece of culinary instruction, as readable as it is usable, a joy to cook from, a fascination to read. Julie Sahni is for the days when you want to spend hours and hours in the kitchen. Her recipes are good, but much more complicated than most other Indian Cookbooks.

Classic Indian Vegetarian and Grain Cooking by Julie Sahni. Modern Indian Cooking, This book represents this author's take on modern Indian cuisine whether cooked for family or for guests, prepared using fresh ingredients and designed to accommodate the modern lifestyle. First published in the book is still fresh and wonderful to read. Modern Indian Cooking by Hari Nayak and Vikas Khanna. I've been wanting to try more Indian dishes for a couple years to figure out what I really enjoy.

Shares microwave instructions for preparing the traditional cuisine of India, and features fish, seafood, chicken, meat, vegetarian dishes, salads, vegetables, pilafs, chutneys, and desserts
Comments: (7)
Togor
I figured this book would come with just a few recipes that could be made in the microwave. Uh, no. There are tons of recipes, in many different categories, and the author even provides recipes for basic sauces, spices, etc.--there are even chutneys--to keep you busy not only trying her recipes, but adapting them to come up with your own. Lots of explanation on techniques, the area the recipes come from, the recipes themselves, flavors to expect--but not enough to overwhelm you. In fact, it's pretty succintly laid out. The more I looked at this book, the more thrilled I was. It's one of those books that delivers far above expectations, allowing you to try new cuisines, flavors, techniques, while providing enough basic and general info to let it serve as a jumping off point if you like to experiment with your own take on things. This author SERIOUSLY knows what she is doing. And you won't believe the stuff you can cook in the 'wave. Even meat and seafood! Definitely well worth its price, and definitely a book that will be a keeper on my kitchen shelf.
Mariwyn
I have to say that I was a skeptic, but now, am a true believer! I have cooked from Sahni's classic cookbook for years, and loved it. However, the recipes often took more time than I had. This microwave addition to my Indian repertoire is absolutely marvelous. I never, EVER thought I'd "resort" to cooking in my microwave, but I have now come to - pun intended - eat my words. I have now tried about ten of the recipes, and every one has been a real winner. I recommend this cookboook to anyone who loves Indian food, but doesn't always have the time to prepare it by convential methods. Thanks, Julie S., for this gem!
Rose Of Winds
This is a classic and as close as you can get to the way Indians cook at home. Because it pulls no punches for the novice or for American ingredients it's not as easy to use as some alternatives. But if you want the real taste of India prepared as Indians do it, this is the volume for you.
Dishadel
I just made the Rogan Josh for dinner tonight. It was outstanding. Amazing authentic tasting Indian food that is almost laughably easy to make. When I remember my Indian friends working for hours on what now takes 45 minutes, well, lets just say, these days we are eating a lot more Indian food. The caramelized rice pudding (Banrasi Kheer) is to die for. Remember that to make this the old fashioned way you had to cook it hours just below boiling to be careful not to burn the milk. Not so in a microwave! You just zap it for about 30 minutes (yes that is an insane length of time for microwave, but you need to just trust her).

The only problem is that a lot of the recipies will boil over, so plan on setting aside some time to clean up the microwave.
Stick
While it's obviously aimed at microwave cooking, it's a really great explanation of Indian cuisine and ingredients, and is very comprehensive. Many current cookbooks are pretty short, but this is one of the longer ones. I am looking forward to exploring it in depth.
Qucid
I gave away my original book bought many years ago, and missed it so much I had to buy a replacement! I love using microwave shortcuts to create authentic style Indian dishes.
Waiso
My daughter loves it after trying it out! just to please me
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