India’s Unsurpassed Cuisine

The Art of Indian Curry Cooking

by Rani Arundale Photographs by Amina Rahman



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/2/2016

Recognition Programs

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 336
ISBN : 9781491777374
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 336
ISBN : 9781491777381

About the Book

There is absolutely nothing like curry to make body, mind, and spirit happy.

You can savor an array of spectacular kebabs, chutneys, vegetarian and nonvegetarian entrees, breads, legumes, seductive desserts, and nourishing drinks in India’s Unsurpassed Cuisine.

Learn how to make more than 150 delicious, tempting offerings such as Barbecue Tandoori-Style Chicken Kebab with Naan, Emperor Jahangir’s Mughal-Style Chicken Curry, Mughal-Style Hamburger, Hot Mint Chutney, Empress Nur-Jahan’s Lamb Pilao, and Spicy Fillet of Salmon.

But this is much more than a cookbook: the mouthwatering, legendary, main-course recipes are embellished with lavish tales of history, traditions, and lore that embrace the sensuous cuisine of India.

Step back in time and discover how Mughal emperors enriched their empire with the creation of India’s world-famous haute cuisine featuring lamb and chicken dishes in fragrant, seductive almond, cashew, and pistachio sauces sautéed in spices.

Be mesmerized by the tale of the handsome prime minister who fell under the spell of a beautiful dancing diva and her extraordinary talents as a chef.

Whether you’re seeking to satisfy your thirst for knowledge or your palate, you’ll be thrilled by the fascinating history and wonderful tastes of India’s Unsurpassed Cuisine.

About the Author

Rani attests, “Curry awakens the mind, arouses the senses, and makes us energetic and cheerful.” Masterfully adapted for use in American kitchens, this book includes a dazzling repertoire of authentic, delicious, healthy, and easy-to-prepare recipes of diverse flavors from India’s ancient and distinguished culinary heritage.