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Curry Magic: How to Create Modern Indian…
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Curry Magic: How to Create Modern Indian Restaurant Dishes at Home

by Pat Chapman

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Most of us are introduced to Indian food at a restaurant and this wonderful book will teach you the simple, effective and time-saving techniques used by Indian chefs. At last, you too can bring the flavour of your local curry restaurant to your home and make it your own. Unlike many cookery books, in this book Pat Chapman's straightforward instructions focus on how to create food with an infinite variety of tastes, helping you to cook delicious, hassle-free meals. There is an excellent selection of well-tested dishes combining all your restaurant favourites with a liberal sprinkling of re.… (more)
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