About the Book
Love Indian food? Wish it was simple? In this book Sharmita Saha commits authentic recipes to paper that have enthralled and entertained her friends for years. These recipes have been passed down from generation to generation and until now were simply stored in her mother's memory. Sharmita has adapted the authentic home-styled cooking techniques that she grew up with to work in a Western kitchen. This is DIY Indian cooking at it's best.
Features & Details
- Category Cooking
Standard Portrait, 7.75×9.75 in, 20×25 cm
- Publish Date Dec 27, 2008
- Tags Anjum Anand, Jamie Oliver, Madhur Jaffrey, Chicken Masala, bombay potatoes, curry, spice, spices, rice, curries, food, recipe, recipes, cook, cooking, beer, authentic, cookbook, Nigella, madras, vindaloo, raita
Sharmita Saha is first generation British. Daughter of Bengali parents, she grew up surrounded by authentic Indian cooking, and has developed a passion for the many cooking styles of the world, including Italian, French, Thai, traditional English and contemporary Californian. She is herself a brilliant home cook. Sharmita discovered her passion for cooking while living in San Francisco. Now residing in London she has committed herself to preserving these Indian recipes that traditionally pass down from generation to generation. In My Mother's Indian Cookbook Sharmita successfully articulates authentic Indian dishes for the Western home.