Curry Bible New Penguin cookbook
by JACKIE PASSMORE
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Brand new softcover book, gorgeous colour photos. Published 2007, 256 pages, measures 15 x 18 cm.
Simple but satisfying curry recipes
Fresh and fragrant, spicy and satisfying, the curries of south and southeast Asia are now a mainstay in most western countries. Today you can find in your local supermarket just about all the ingredients you need to make a remarkable range of curries at home - and this is what Curry Bible is about.
Curries in the western world have come a long way since the days when, in the average home, they largely consisted of a stew of meat, and sometimes fruit such as sultanas, flavoured with bought English 'curry powder', a legacy of British colonialists in India. A staple food of most Asia-Pacific cuisines, with innumerable regional variations, curries have been (and continue to be) adopted and adapted all around the world, to suit local ingredients and tastes.
In this book you'll find 140 inspiring, irresistible recipes for curry dishes from regional India and Pakistan, Burma and Thailand, Singapore and Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Malaysia. There are practical tips on buying, preparing and storing spices and pastes; stocking the pantry; preparing traditional accompaniments such as rice and sambals; and producing fast curries without sacrificing flavour.
Recipes include Jungle Curry of Fish and Vegetables, Red Chicken and Bamboo Curry, West Coast Eggplant Curry plus a recipes for powders, pastes and accompaniments
All measurements are in metric.
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Curry Bible by Jackie Passmore
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