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Can anyone recommend a really good curry recipe book please!

(9 Posts)
KittyWalker Fri 12-Jun-09 09:42:15

I have decided we eat too many takeaways and cooking curry ourselves would be a much healthier and probably tastier option. smile

KittyWalker Fri 12-Jun-09 15:04:30

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VelvetCushions Fri 12-Jun-09 15:11:40

Madhur Jaffrey's ultimate curry bible is really good.

If you want some quick curry recipes, have a look on BBCgoodfood. There are some really tasty recipes there.

MarmadukeScarlet Fri 12-Jun-09 15:19:23

Barry Vera's Feast is good too.

FaintlyMacabre Fri 12-Jun-09 15:21:33

This is very good and the recipes really do take only 30 minutes.
Usually I can make a main course, pilau rice and a raita in about 40 minutes.

tigerdriver Fri 12-Jun-09 15:22:58

50 Great Curries = Camellia Panjabi. They're great but you do have to fiddle with the quantities a bit, but the butter chicken and prawn patia are TDF

FaintlyMacabre Fri 12-Jun-09 15:30:35

oh yes, that one's brilliant. I must steal borrow my Mum's copy next time I see her.

streakybacon Sun 14-Jun-09 10:30:08

I've been using this one for years:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Complete-Indian-Cookbook-Mridula-Baljekar/dp/0862838029/ref=sr11?i e=UTF8&s=books&qid=1244971704&sr=1-1
(sorry, I'm crap at links, can never get them to work blush.

Very, very easy to follow recipes (dh can do them too!) and they freeze well.

There's a chinese version too iirc.

slng Sun 14-Jun-09 18:26:07

Madhur Jaffery's invitation to Indian cooking. Recipes for adults and children.

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