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- ISBN: 0743295773
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Simon & Schuster (2006)
- FB2 size: 1260 kb
- EPUB size: 1449 kb
- Rating: 4.1
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Rice, Spice and all Things Nice. A cookbook that reflects the colourful, flamboyant nature of its author. It features 80 recipes mostly from North and Central India and includes such dishes as Prawn Moilee (prawns cooked with coconut milk), Chilgoza Rice (rice cooked with caramelized onions and pinenuts), Spiced Mussels in a Tamarind Broth and Cashews in a Rich Coconut Sauce This exquisite fare is accompanied by lively, amusing text in Reza's inimitable voice - full. of charm and wit and chutzpah!
The rice would be fashioned into a turban, while other foods were dyed black to resemble the hair.
The rice would be fashioned into a turban, while other foods were dyed black to resemble the hair. There were also Saracen broths made from ginger-flavoured almond milk, and another dish called "Cyprus food" made from pine nuts, dates, sugar, rice flour, sweet wine, ginger and cinnamon -perhaps an original recipe for Italy's rich panforte bread-cake. Though this is undoubtedly an important reference book for food writers, nutritionists and academics, the general reader with a natural appetite for gastronomy in all its forms will find browsing through it a stimulating experience.