This is one the most attractive paperback books and it is filled with wonderful information and food recipes. The huge book is one of a series by this publisher and they all are really fine. The photographs of the recipes available for you to try are completely mouth-watering. The best part is that you can try these in your very own kitchen. You will find many techniques that you can use to prepare real Indian Food. Taste the food from the Tea Gardens of Asia to the sweets of Delhi. What you get here is a splendid array of dishes you know and many that you will delight in trying. You can try these recipes some are fairly easy and even the more complex ones are explained carefully. There are special section that will introduce to the ambience and reality of India. This is a real taste of India.
Rainbo Electronic Reviews published this review in our August, 2006 issue.
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