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Anyone have 'Fresh India' book - which are the best recipes?

(13 Posts)
Happyclappy20 Tue 08-Jan-19 14:59:15

Got it for Xmas and hope to try it soon?

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GrannyHaddock Tue 08-Jan-19 22:02:28

Aubergine and pea curry is a success in our house. Spinach and chick pea too. She is a very amusing writer as well. Have you got her other book, "Made in India"? That's very funny where she is writing about Indian families.

JoinTheDots Tue 08-Jan-19 22:05:35

Only tried the stuffed paratha so far, but it was very nice, and very easy to make. Following with interest!

MrsRedFly Tue 08-Jan-19 22:19:34

Paneer butter masala is a hit in our house.

Hana barra kebabs with burnt lime raids also good - the kebabs took ages to make though!

Also liked the hill station salad too!

Must try more new recipes this year

GCAcademic Tue 08-Jan-19 22:21:32

Aloo chana chaat was good.

Hobbes8 Tue 08-Jan-19 22:24:41

The daals are nice, and the Punjabi potato curry. There’s a butternut squash thing with fresh coriander which was lovely - really fresh tasting.

Agree about the kebabs - delicious but I’ve only made them once. The onion bhajis are really nice.

rosettesforjill Tue 08-Jan-19 22:34:17

There's one with squash and black beans that is absolutely amazing. Worth serving with the tamarind rice she recommends as well. Also, the pea soup is gorgeous!

reindeermania Wed 09-Jan-19 07:42:38

Without consulting the book (so the names are descriptive rather than accurate)

Elephant ear Naans

Momos

Paneer buttter curry

Potato and cabbage curry

Hilltop salad

Haloumi kebabs

Have eat marked the squash curry with tamarind rice another pp has mentioned which was reviewed on eat your books by many- all very positive.

Tr1skel1on Thu 10-Jan-19 17:00:10

the hill station salad is amazing, I have yet to cook a bad recipe from it and I've used the book a lot over the last year

RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie Thu 10-Jan-19 20:30:23

Another vote for paneer butter masala - it's brilliant.
Keep meaning to try the bhajis and the recipe which is a chaat type thing with crispy potatoes.

Pipotle Thu 10-Jan-19 20:35:33

Sweet potato vindaloo

Brussel sprouts thoran

It's all so yummy!

myrtleWilson Thu 10-Jan-19 20:40:52

one of my favourite books - won't repeat others favourites but will add the baked bhajis - so so easy and very tasty

myrtleWilson Thu 10-Jan-19 20:42:17

Also - her pork cheek vindaloo (available as recipe on her website -http://meerasodha.com/pig-cheek-vindaloo/) is delicious! (for non vegetarians obviously)

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