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Thought I might as well learn to cook whilst I'm on maternity leave....that is, if ds gives me a chance!
anjum anandIndian food made easyYou needhereGet a good stockpile as you'll be addictedSuperb book we cook 2-3 recipes lentils chicken lamb. ..Really recommendSome recipes for free on either BBC or ch4 whichever channel she didher show
we cook 2-3 per week I meant
Ohh I love Manju Malhi - Brit Spice
I quite like Anjum Anand, either Indian Every Day (which I own) or Indian Food Made Easy (which I don't own but have heard good things about).My favourite Indian cookbook is Madhur Jaffrey's Indian Cookery, I've used it for lots of recipes. Halve the amount of garlic that she recommends though, unless you really love garlic.
A third recommendation for Anjum Anand from me. Sooo tasty and v easy. We normally have a couple of recipes a week. DD loves making naan too!
cooking like mummijivicki boghaltis a lovely book
I've got www.amazon.co.uk/Easy-Curries-Hachette-Food-Wine/dp/1844301028/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=122036 6701&sr=8-4 and everything I've tried from it is amazing. It includes curries from other countries too and has the most incredible Thai Green Curry recipe.
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