The Greatest Indian Curries Ever Created!: A Cookbook of 50 Delicious Curry Recipes Direct from India Kindle Edition  - Free Download @ Amazon
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The Greatest Indian Curries Ever Created!: A Cookbook of 50 Delicious Curry Recipes Direct from India Kindle Edition - Free Download @ Amazon

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A Cookbook of 50 Delicious Curry Recipes Direct from India
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Nothing beats a true Indian curry, the combination of tastes and aromas never fails to entice!
The perfect curry is a fantastic combination of dried spices, fresh herbs and aromatics. This book is a celebration of some of the greatest tasting curry recipes ever created. Meera Joshi provides a curry book that takes you on an adventure of dal, vegetarian, meat-based, accompaniments and masala blends that truly embodies the great tastes and smells that we all love about curry. Fantastic, authentic recipes from the many states of India.
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No pictures which lets it down somewhat
Can't see why lack of pictures are a problem, provided the recipes are good.
Cheers Boz
thank you!
Thanks Boz..
Mabbs

No pictures which lets it down somewhat


No quality picture instantly discredits any credibility about the greatest (there are about 7 small photos in the whole ebook), confirms the author does not cook at all by virtue of showing nothing, especially it is ever so easy to include digital photos these days in Kindle. Additionally the cover photo looks like it is taken from the same source as this web page https://www.redhotsunglasses.co.uk/blog/national-curry-week-travel-tuesday/
which indicates the curry dishes came from England and not directly from India.
https://www.redhotsunglasses.co.uk/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Curry_2710104b-1.jpg
Edited by: "splender" 25th Jul 2017
M_z17 h, 36 m ago

Can't see why lack of pictures are a problem, provided the recipes are …Can't see why lack of pictures are a problem, provided the recipes are good.

It inspires you that little bit more doesn't it. We eat with our eyes!
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Mabbs

It inspires you that little bit more doesn't it. We eat with our eyes!




It's a matter of taste I suspect
Mabbs

It inspires you that little bit more doesn't it. We eat with our eyes!


Very suspect to read a 21st century cookbook with about 7 small photos of food especially a quality camera is as cheap as hot dinners.
Edited by: "splender" 25th Jul 2017
Cold. All overly spicy food is vastly overrated here in the UK. It's senseless (forgive the pun) to eat spicy food that is sometimes so spicy that your taste buds are literally burned. How can you really taste food when your taste buds are singed? Nearly everyone that says they 'like spicy food' has an uncultured palette.
Coulomb_Barrier

Cold. All overly spicy food is vastly overrated here in the UK. It's … Cold. All overly spicy food is vastly overrated here in the UK. It's senseless (forgive the pun) to eat spicy food that is sometimes so spicy that your taste buds are literally burned. How can you really taste food when your taste buds are singed? Nearly everyone that says they 'like spicy food' has an uncultured palette.



Just cause you can't handle your chillies doesn't mean everyone else can't!
Coulomb_Barrier

Cold. All overly spicy food is vastly overrated here in the UK. It's … Cold. All overly spicy food is vastly overrated here in the UK. It's senseless (forgive the pun) to eat spicy food that is sometimes so spicy that your taste buds are literally burned. How can you really taste food when your taste buds are singed? Nearly everyone that says they 'like spicy food' has an uncultured palette.



Looks like someone likes bland food xD
Nomzee

Looks like someone likes bland food xD



No no no. I'm not one of those ignorant people, please don't get that impression from my post.

I'm the opposite. I find it depressing that British have such small horizons when it comes to food - italian, indian and chinese. Sometimes french food. That's it, on average.

But let me tell you un-enlightened: middle-eastern food blows the socks off all of the above cuisines 9 times out of 10 (aside from perhaps French). Ever tried Persian Herbed Celery chicken? Not a spice in sight. That's not to say middle-eastern food is always non-spicy.
Coulomb_Barrier

No no no. I'm not one of those ignorant people, please don't get that … No no no. I'm not one of those ignorant people, please don't get that impression from my post.I'm the opposite. I find it depressing that British have such small horizons when it comes to food - italian, indian and chinese. Sometimes french food. That's it, on average.But let me tell you un-enlightened: middle-eastern food blows the socks off all of the above cuisines 9 times out of 10 (aside from perhaps French). Ever tried Persian Herbed Celery chicken? Not a spice in sight. That's not to say middle-eastern food is always non-spicy.


Thank you oh enlightened one. I'm sure people can enjoy Indian food along with Persian, Caribbean, Mexican etc... Believe it or not, there may be people out there that exist who have tried the Persian her bed Celery chicken and at the same time, they also like an Indian curry
Coulomb_Barrier

Cold. All overly spicy food is vastly overrated here in the UK. It's … Cold. All overly spicy food is vastly overrated here in the UK. It's senseless (forgive the pun) to eat spicy food that is sometimes so spicy that your taste buds are literally burned. How can you really taste food when your taste buds are singed? Nearly everyone that says they 'like spicy food' has an uncultured palette.



Thats rather an ignorant comment, the spicing in proper Indian food is very very subtle - very few dishes are just hot from lots of chilli. Thats the stuff you get in small town British curry houses for the post-pub drunken idiots.
i just made a lovely dish ising one of these recipes and it was really accurate
Madras hot
splender

No picture instantly discredits any credibility, confirms the author … No picture instantly discredits any credibility, confirms the author does not cook at all by virtue of showing nothing, especially it is ever so easy to include digital photos these days in Kindle. Additionally the cover photo looks like it is taken from the same source as this web page https://www.redhotsunglasses.co.uk/blog/national-curry-week-travel-tuesday/which indicates the curry dishes came from England and not directly from India.



Also worth noting that the picture of the "author" on the Amazon page seems to be from a stock photo website. depositphotos.com/817…tml
Edited by: "Mokey256" 24th Jul 2017
Mokey256

Also worth noting that the picture of the "author" on the Amazon page … Also worth noting that the picture of the "author" on the Amazon page seems to be from a stock photo website. https://depositphotos.com/81741656/stock-photo-young-indian-woman-holding-kitchen.html


Incredible heat for a book full of text with a few small photos, copy and paste of recipes including stock photos and copied photos..complete plagarism?!
Nice one Boz - many thanks
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afnoor

i just made a lovely dish ising one of these recipes and it was really … i just made a lovely dish ising one of these recipes and it was really accurate




Thank You For The Feedback
anytine Boz.. always looking for good recipes.
I love the one star review on Amazon. Says it all about this book.
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