Rani Kingman has gathered together her favourite recipes from Madras in the tropical south of India, where she grew up. They reflect the distinctive ingredients of this part of India - a land of coconut and tamarind, turmeric and chilli, washed by seas with a wealth of fish and other seafood.
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160 pp, 16 Color Photos
Garnet Publishing Ltd, UK, 1994
21 x 26 cm
South Indian Cooking
The author shares with us recipes which have been handed down from generation to generation - delicious food, as prepared and eaten at home. Over 100 recipes are presented in this book, and throughout, the author combines a little of the history and culture of the region with the food. All enthusiasts of Indian cookery will enjoy the variety of vegetable, fish, savoury and sweet dishes illustrated here in mouth watering colour photographs.
Review 'a very good book to cook from, authentic and with an interesting text', Clarissa Dickson-WrightThe Bookseller