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There are more varieties of cooking in India than in the rest of the entire world, yet American cookbooks tend to focus only on what's familiar here. Tiffin encompasses recipes from across the continent, where flavors vary from coconut and tamarind to curry and masala and everything in between. In the West, the cuisine is influenced by Portuguese flavors and the sea, with rich crab curries. In the North, meat dishes, such as tandori chicken and mutton stew, warm the body on a cold Himalayan night. Delhi is known for street delicacies such as flat breads and kababs. And throughout the country are Persian, Thai, and British influences as well. A tiffin is a traditional Indian lunch pail that holds homemade curries, vegetables, rice, and spicy meats. Our expansive cookbook open it up to show the diverse flavors from all of the regions of India, from spicy fish curries to rich dumplings to spring rolls to butter chicken. The 500 recipes are organized by region and then into subcategories of meats, seafood, vegetarian, and desserts. With vibrant illustrations that represent the regional style and mouth-watering photography of the dishes, Indian cooking has never been more accessible or well-respresented.
Catalonia, located in Spain's far north-east corner and centred around the port of Barcelona, has its own cuisine and culture which has spread to encompass Valencia, the Balearic Islands (Majorca, Minorca and Ibiza), Andorra, the ancient region of France formerly known as Roussilon, and a single city on the Italian island of Sardinia. Colman Andrews explores this whole territory of Catalan cooking, from its French, Roman and Moorish roots to today's modern interpretation. Along the way he creates a portrait of the food, wine, history and culture of the region.
Beginning with an exploration of Nature's influence on Korean cuisine, followed by its six characteristics, the book turns first to a description of the ingredients and basic techniques of Korean cooking. The recipes themselves are selected based upon their popularity among non-Koreans as well as natives, their ease of preparation, and the accessibility of the ingredients used. With almost 350 colour photos, the book is richly illustrated and follows a simple step-by-step approach that guarantees success every time.
'Next to my mother, there is no one who has influenced me more' - Nigella Lawson
'A leading light of Italian cuisine' - The Sunday Times Magazine
'The Godmother of Italian food' - Daily Mail Weekend
'For me, Anna's cooking really illustrates the essence of Italian food' - Angela Hartnett
'Anna's recipes and Anna's writing will endure because they are timeless' - Tom Parker Bowles
'BEYOND DOUBT, THE BEST WRITER ON ITALIAN FOOD' - NIGELLA LAWSON
A brand new collection of recipes from award-winning food writer Anna Del Conte
Vegetables all Italiana showcases the most delicious ways to cook fresh seasonal produce with all the reverence that it deserves. Featuring both classic and modern dishes, Anna presents the best-loved recipes for verdure collected throughout her career.
Ranging from gratins and fritters, to salads, soups and sauces and with over 130 recipes, this book highlights the enormous variety of dishes that can be made using different Italian vegetables.
From aglio to zucchina, it is a true celebration of food that praises the flavour and texture of each individual root, squash, bulb and pulse, and will teach any cook how to enjoy them throughout the year.
The third book in the Cult Recipes series, following New York and Venice, Tokyo Cult Recipes demystifies Japanese food, making the city's classic recipes easy to try at home. There are over 100 rrecipes for miso, sushi, soba noodles, bentos, sushi, fried rice, Japanese tapas, desserts, cakes and sweets; plus features on the key basic cooking techniques and key ingredients, with step-by-step shots for making rice, dashi, miso and sushi. The book also includes beautiful imagery of food markets in Tokyo, Tokyo street scenes, Japanese kitchen interiors, and Japanese food makers and producers.
A delicious collection of accessible and tasty Greek recipes – perfectly matched to the current trend for meat-free eating
Fresh vegetables are an integral part of Greek cuisine, and The Greek Vegetarian Cookbook showcases an array of delicious meatless breakfasts, soups, salads, vegetables, grains, and desserts. Drawing inspiration from all over Greece, the book simplifies this hugely popular cuisine with easily achievable, nourishing recipes so satisfying and tasty that they appeal to vegetarians and meat-eaters alike. Introductions to each recipe often provide additional information on ingredients and serving suggestions and many suggest variations to the dish itself.
The experts at America's Test Kitchen and National Geographic bring Italy's magnificent cuisine, culture, and landscapes--and 100 authentic regional recipes--right to your kitchen. Featuring 100 innovative, kitchen-tested recipes, 300 gorgeous color photographs, and 30 maps, this illustrated guide takes you on a captivating journey through the rich history of Italian cuisine, region by region. Rich excerpts feature the origins of celebrated cheeses, the nuances of different wine growing regions, the best farmer's markets in Venice, and more. Intriguing infographics illuminate key ingredients, from olive oil and how it's made to the various pasta shapes of Northern Italy. In every region, the food experts at America's Test Kitchen bring it all home, with foolproof recipes for standout dishes as well as hidden gems: Piedmontese braised beef in lustrous red wine sauce, crispy-custardy chickpea flour farinata pancakes from Genoa (achieved without the specialty pan and wood-burning oven), and hand-formed rustic malloreddus pasta of Sardinia that is a breeze to make.
John Torode is the masterchef of Australia and the Far East - his knowledge and passion will excite and inspire anyone who loves a Thai curry, Malaysian noodle dish or Aussie brunch. If you are a fan of John's food and travel programmes for the Good Food Channel, you will love John's combination of fantastic flavours and straightforward home cooking in this book. John's food is uncomplicated, quick and easy, but always full of flavour, fun and perfect for family feasts or social gatherings. In this new book, John creates fresh Aussie breakfast dishes, delicious bowls of noodles and rice, Asian curries as well as barbecues influenced by both Sydney beaches and Japanese grills. Not forgetting his own trademark fusion of flavours that bring together the best of both worlds. If you love this part of the world, let the King of Australasia take you on a gastronomic tour! Chapters include: Storecupboard Breakfast & Brunch Street Food Salads Wondrous Wok Curries & Soups Noodles & Rice BBQ & Grills Fermented, Raw & Cured
Nobu's restaurants are known the world over for the quality of
their ingredients and for the skill and originality with which the
food is prepared and presented. Now, in this first cookbook by Nobu
to focus on vegetable dishes, the master chef shares his expertise
and deep knowledge of Japanese cuisine in sixty recipes that
showcase vegetables in all their variety.
'Thomasina Miers is bringing a large slice of genuine Mexico to the mainstream.' The Independent Eat your way around the markets of Mexico with this collection of over 130 mind-blowing recipes from Thomasina Miers, co-founder of the award-winning Wahaca restaurants. Inspired by the flavours of Mexico but using ingredients easily found in Britain, Wahaca - Mexican Food at Home is all about cooking authentic Mexican food in your own kitchen. Mexican cooking is fresh, colourful and full of flavour, with breakfasts to get you through the day, hearty dinners, sensational puddings, and zingy cocktails. Follow Tommi on her trip through the markets, cantinas and fiestas of Mexico to discover recipes bursting with flavour you'll want to eat and share.
Swayampurna (Swayam) Mishra feeds her audience's desire for authentic Indian flavours with meals inspired by her Indian heritage and her mother's cooking - with a collection of curated recipes that are exceptionally easy and palatable for beginners. Home chefs love her easy approach to Indian cuisine, which affords them the opportunity to spice things up in the kitchen without the hassle. Creator of the popular blog La Petit Chef, Swayam keeps her food philosophy simple, "fun, fast and fabulous." This book embodies Swayam's outlook on cuisine and invites audiences of any background to enjoy the bold flavours and simplicity that cooking Indian can provide. Home cooks will love the ease of preparation with one-bowl meals like Pumpkin, Spinach and Chickpea Curry, Salt and Pepper Chicken and Classic Paneer Chili. Indian soul food shines in dishes like Mum's Lamb Curry with its pops of cardamom, black peppercorns and cinnamon. Chicken Tikka Wraps will fool any guest into thinking you're a master of Indian cuisine when in fact your time in the kitchen was a breeze. With an authoritative voice and a forward by respected Indian chef and author Amandip Uppal, Swayam's book will entice everyone to give Indian cuisine a try or expand their already formed love of the culture. This book will have 75 recipes and 75 photographs.
The history of England is its cooking. Successive invaders to English sores, Roman, Viking and Norman, naturally introduced their own culinary traditions to the native cuisine. The returning Crusaders introduced Arab influences too, adding dried fruits and aromatic spices to both sweet and savoury dishes. Other costly, new and luxurious foodstuffs, such as sugar, almonds, and citrus fruits were also imported from exotic lands in vast quantities in the Middle Ages. Such foods became the newly fashionable status symbols of a rich and self-indulgent elite and were used lavishly in the great feasts of the time. Many of these recipes have survived through the centuries, frequently undergoing intervention and adaptation to meet the tastes of a particular era. English cuisine is not static but continues to evolve and develop, incorporating new ingredients, ideas and cooking methods along the way. Porters English Cooking Bible is a unique celebration of the fascinating heritage of English food and cooking. Classic recipes with a contemporary twist are combined with origins, fascinating facts and interesting anecdotes.
The Scandinavians excel in comfort - family, friends, a good atmosphere, long meals, relaxation and an emphasis on simple pleasures. They even have a word for this kind of cosiness that comes with spending quality time in hearth and home when the days are short: hygge.Trine Hahnemann is the doyenne of Scandinavian cooking and loves nothing more than spending time in her kitchen cooking up comforting food in good company. This is her collection of recipes that will warm you up and teach you to embrace the art of hygge, no matter where you live.
Completely revised and updated by Evelyn's daughter and with color photos added, this truly encyclopedic classic is still the culinary bible of Jewish cuisine Packed with mouthwatering ideas for both family meals and those special occasions when cooks want to impress without spending hours in the kitchen, this definitive guide to kosher cooking contains more than 1,000 fail-safe recipes for which the author is justly celebrated. Ideal for novices and experienced cooks alike, the easy-to-follow recipes showcase the diversity of Jewish cooking which draws influences from Eastern Europe, the Mediterranean, and Middle East. From soups and starters to desserts, breads, and baking, the recipes provide inspiration for everyday cooking as well as step-by step features on entertaining through the seasons. Healthier versions of traditional Jewish dishes like Oven-Fried Chicken, plus superb vegetarian recipes like Pesto Lasagne, are found alongside classic recipes especially adapted for the Jewish kitchen. A guide to the major Jewish festivals, such as Passover, explains the whys and hows of much-loved symbolic dishes--such as Sufganiot (Israeli-style doughnuts) and Wine and Spice Lekach (festival cake)--as well as providing menu plans. Includes dual measurements.
Best of Malaysian Cooking is an extensive collection of more than 200 authentic and traditional recipes sourced from all over Malaysia. From everyday home kitchens to the royal kitchens, this book showcases the best dishes from every state. Find irresistible favourites such as Teochew duck and five-spice meat rolls from Johor; babi pong tay and chicken debal from Melaka; bak kut teh and KL Hokkien mee from Selangor; sar hor fun and ayam rendang pedas from Perak; and crab curry and laksa from Penang among a host of other scrumptious dishes. With insightful introductions to the cuisine of each state and practical cooking hints and tips, Best of Malaysian Cooking is essential for anyone looking to explore the colourful world of Malaysian food and flavours.
Sunday dinner is back, with this collection of 52 five-course menus from Lisa Caponigri--and this time, she takes a seasonal approach, with authentic recipes from four iconic regions of Italy. "Caponigri's welcoming, accessible collection of Italian weekend recipes will be a boon to those preparing dinner for the entire family." --Publishers Weekly In Whatever Happened to Sunday DInner?, Lisa Caponigri presented a year's worth of delicious and authentic Italian menus for the entire family to enjoy. Now she's back with another 52 dinners, but with a fresh new seasonal approach that reflects the cuisines of Piemonte (winter), Campania (spring), Sicily (summer), and Tuscany (fall). Throughout, Caponigri showcases Italy's varied and abundant produce, from summery artichokes, apricots, figs, and the famous San Marzano tomato to hearty roasted meats and rich risottos to ward off the cold. The entire book brims with Lisa's energy, her reminiscences of living in Italy, anecdotes about her family, and all the advice needed to get a spectacular Sunday dinner on the table--every Sunday of the year.
Picture a generous bowl filled to the brim with steaming hot broth. Its perfect surface intricately patterned with tiny droplets of oil; the flavour enhanced with algae, miso, dried fungi and fish sauce. Thin and springy noodles nestle in the base, while a sashimi-marinated cut of pork or chicken sits atop, the meat meltingly tender after up to 48 hours of simmering. A bobbing soya-marinated egg and an array of toppings add a colourful finishing touch. Tove Nilsson is a ramen addict. Every time she travels abroad, she is looking for her next ramen fix - a large bowl filled to the brim with steaming hot broth that's been simmering for up to 48 hours; flavours boosted with dried mushrooms, seaweed, miso and dried fish, and many other delicious things. There are few dishes as addictive and universally popular as ramen. From backstreet Tokyo diners to the hottest establishments in LA, via the chic laid-back ramen bars of London's Soho, you will find the most complex of flavour combinations, all in a single bowl. Including 50 mouth-watering recipes, from homemade broth and noodles to complementary dishes and sides such as udon, gyoza, pickles, okonomiyaki, and tempura, this cookbook will transport you to the vibrant streets of Japan via your own kitchen.
Cooking should be fun, and this highly entertaining Japanese cookbook for beginners is packed full of humor and whimsical illustrations. Japanese Cooking with Manga started out as Gourmand Gohan, a hand-drawn and hand-bound edition that the three co-authors circulated among their friends in Barcelona. Each author has their own take on Japanese food preparation but they are all equally passionate about food and how it brings people together. Simple, step-by-step Japanese food recipes are accompanied by hand-drawn illustrations and commentary on each page, making this manga cookbook read more like a graphic novel than your average collection of recipes. Information about Japanese culture and traditional Japanese cuisine are presented in a charming and accessible way, making learning a new style of cooking as educational as it is entertaining. The colourful manga art and comic-style stories within this illustrated cookbook will appeal to the serious foodie and experimental chef alike. Easy homestyle recipes with a Japanese twist include: Okonomiyaki Japanese Pizza Codfish Tempura Shogayaki Stir-fried Pork with Ginger Ham and Cheese Potstickers And 55 more. These three home cooks took on the world of Japanese food culture and now, with the stories and recipes in this adventurous Japanese cookbook, so can you and your friends.
This book helps you discover the richly-spiced world of traditional Cajun and Creole cooking. You can bring the authentic taste of Cajun and Creole cuisine into your kitchen with this collection of 30 recipes. It features classic dishes, such as Creole Onion Soup, Louisiana Seafood Gumbo, Crab Bayou, Roast Pork with Cajun Stuffing, and French Quarter Beignets. It includes an illustrated guide to a variety of typical Cajun ingredients, from redfish and crab to okra, sweet potato, corn and pecan nuts. It features recipes for all tastes, from spicy bisque to creamy fruit-filled puddings. Step-by-step techniques show you how to prepare seafood and vegetables and grind spices. Cajun cuisine began when French settlers moved south to Louisiana and adapted their cooking to the local ingredients, particularly seafood, wild vegetables and herbs. Simplicity is at the heart of this culinary tradition with slow-cooked meats and plenty of rice to soak up the stock; fast-fried, spicy blackened fish; and warming fruit desserts. Creole cuisine contributes a love of black and white peppercorns to add extra spice to stews, piquant sauces and bisques.From Gumbo and Jambalaya to Dirty Rice and Bread Pudding the recipes in this collection are sure to inspire you to try authentic Cajun cooking from your own kitchen.
Coarse bread rubbed with tomato or garlic and then bathed in olive oil, is common to all the Mediterranean cultures. On the island of Majorca, it is known as pa amb oli, bread and oil. Tomas Graves takes this healthy peasant staple as a starting point to explore not only Mediterranean cooking, agriculture, and traditions but also the historical events that have rescued this simple dish from disappearing along with a way of life that had remained essentially unchanged since Roman times. In Bread & Oil Tomas Graves celebrates the Majorcan character as reflected in its eating habits. He makes the sights, sounds, scents and people of the Spanish island spring to life so brilliantly in this creative triumph. Part adventure, part history book, part travelogue, part restaurant guide and part cookbook, the reader is charmed throughout. Recipes reflect the indigenous ingredients; wrinkled olives made with olive oil, lemon juice and crushed garlic; fried sardines topped with sauteed onions and marinated in vinegar served cold with bread and oil, and guacamole with tomatoes and onions. Originally published as Volem pa amb oli in the native Catalan language of the Balearics, this new revised and updated English-language edition of Graves' book offers an informative guide not only to an overlooked culinary tradition, but also to the immense cultural transition that's changing the face of Europe.
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