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Ultimate Curry Lover's Cookbook: Over 115 Deliciously Spicy and Aromatic Indian Dishes, Shown with Clear Step-by-Step Instructions in More than 480 Photographs Hardcover – Nov 16 2012


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Mridula Baljekar is the best-selling author of a number of Indian cookbooks, including The Food & Cooking of India and 500 Curries (both published by Lorenz Books). Born and raised in north-east India, when she moved to England she turned her childhood passion for cooking into a highly successful career. One of her books won both The Best Asian Cookbook in the World and Cookery Book of the Year awards. Mridula's food has been described in the media as 'Heaven on earth for the senses.'

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Limited paste recipes May 20 2014
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The book is well laid out with a informative section at the front, followed by a few pages on specific foods used in the cookbook - such as the spices, vegetables and fruit.
The book also has recipes of each completed dish which is very helpful, as well as a few pictures covering different stages of the preparation or cooking process for the recipes.
However, I specifically choose this book as the write up about it insinuated that it was very DIY in regards to learning how to make your own curries from scratch, including the curry pastes. Unfortunately a lot of the recipes call for different flavoured curry pastes that the cookbook does not cover how to make.
It would also be helpful if the cookbook had a 'hotness or spiceyness' scale to indicate how hot, or not, some of the recipes are.


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