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by J.Indersingh Kalra

Prashad-Cooking with Indian Masters download ebook
ISBN:
8170230063
ISBN13:
978-8170230069
Author:
J.Indersingh Kalra
Publisher:
Allied Publishers Pvt Ltd (December 12, 2001)
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Pages:
214 pages
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1308 kb
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1600 kb
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Rating:
4.7

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by J Inder Singh Kalra (Author), Pradeep Das Gupta (Author).

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This book is a celebration of the best in Indian cooking. It is the author’s intention to introduce the foods of India through the culinary genius of some of the finest Chefs in the country

This book is a celebration of the best in Indian cooking. It is the author’s intention to introduce the foods of India through the culinary genius of some of the finest Chefs in the country. It is no secret that Indian Cuisine is in and the time ripe to introduce the GrandOl’Men and the Whiz Kids of the Indian kitchen: the present day Chefs, who are inventive and daring-ready to try out anything new and different. The result is a wonderful collection of recipes-old and new-from their respective repertories.

From Prashad Indian Vegetarian Cooking. Kadai paneer - adapted from the cookbook 'Prashad-Cooking with Indian Masters' by . ndersingh Kalra. Taken from Kaushy Patel's 'Indian Vegetarian Cooking' book, this delicious dish is a fantastic combination of sweet, fresh and spicy. Veggie Indian Recipes Pea Recipes No Dairy Recipes Spicy Recipes Curry Recipes Cookbook Recipes Cheese Recipes Cooking Recipes Savoury Recipes.

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His book Prashad: Cooking with Indian Masters, remains a bible for everyone who wants to cook Indian . Over the years, Kalra wore many hats, inclunding as Advisor to the Indian Trade Promotion Organisation in 1997.

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Reviews:
  • Sennnel
'Prashad, Cooking With Indian Masters' is, in terms of content, invaluable. I have had this book for 20 years and it has given me great insight into the incredible variety of Indian cuisines and helped me prepare many wonderful Indian meals.

If, however, you are unfamiliar with Indian cookery, it may be tough going for you. The English--although clearly written for the Indian market--should give you relatively few problems per se. The photos and paper-quality, too, are very 1970s. Those superficial quibbles aside, though, this is an excellent and inspiring resource.

However, in these days of (overly?) explicit recipes and hand-holding cookbook writing, it might not give sufficient detail. This book is not of the calibre of one of Madhur Jaffrey's or Julie Sahni's books, but if you want to venture out of the nursery and already know something about Indian cookery, it is a very worthwhile book indeed.

3/11/17:

I had to recently replace my treasured copy of Prashad... because it was just getting too tatty with so much use. I got a new, updated copy. Many of my original caveats remain, however the physical quality of the paper, the printing, even (to some degree the B&W photos) were far better than my old copy, and a few things had been edited or improved. It's still a great resource, though with all the Indian cookery videos on YouTube, there are many more choices than there were in the late 1980s.
  • Xanzay
Amazing cookbook giving recipes from different regions of India. However, it is not for an average cook. Many of these recipes are not detailed enough. You got to have some experience with cooking Indian food. Pictures in the book do more harm than being useful. Paper quality and print could have been better.
  • Endieyab
I'm a young aspiring cook and this book is great! The author did a great job of writing critical steps in each recipe and is straight to the point. This is a very good book for the basics, and as the author mentions, should be leveraged for creativity not only duplicating recipes.
  • Maldarbaq
The content may be fine but the paper quality is very poor. Also the print and picture quality is awful.
  • Mohn
This book is nor for Indian cooking beginners. Requires basic methods prior to testing recipes, otherwise exciting recipes. Strangely organized as there is no index or recipe categories.
  • Kulalas
While I've found the glowing reviews here to be accurate in their comments, there are issues with this book that I find render it a bit impracticable, and hence not particularly usable for the home cook.

First I join others in commending the writer on the concept, the effort, the authenticity, the references, and the execution. Surely the recipes are well tested and are impeccable. However the buyer should be forewarned that the recipes here regularly call for massive quantities of ghee (3/4 cup for example in the recipe for baingan bharta, which serves 4--and this is typical). The type of cooking in the book is definitely restaurant-style, with all that entails. If that's what you're looking for, or if you only want a few special-occasion dishes this book is just right for you. If however you're looking for something with a balance of dishes that are more practical, healthy and the type of home-style cooking that you find you can do for every day, this is not what you'll be getting in this book.

Again though--for what it is, it's a very nice book, and it contains solid information. The practicality and usability are just the issues. I'm glad I have it as a reference, but I find it's not a book that I regularly turn to, or have come to rely upon.
  • Bedy
I like the book for its content but the print quality and the paper used is sub-standard. Some of the photo pages are stuck to the print pages and had to be pried apart leading to damage.
I bought this for my husband since he wanted to try his hand on cooking and he would never try a recipe from anyone less than the best chef.

The book has a very good approach to teach a newbie about Indian cooking terms. Though the pages keep falling out due to low quality binding.