Author: Louise NicholsonPublisher: Kyle CathieYear: 2014Language: EnglishPages: 92ISBN/UPC (if available): 9781856266772
The Festive Food of lndia and Pakistan gives an insight into the rich and vibrant culture and cuisine of these exciting countries.A melting pot ol religions and cultures brings the reader an array of fascinating festivals with delicious recipes to accompany them. Make an aromatic Red Fish Curry for the Hindu Pooram festival; enjoy Seekh Kebabs at Muharram, the Muslim commemoration for the martyrdom of Muhammed’s grandson, or even celebrate Christmas with a colonial Prune and Claret Mould. Colourlul events like the annual fair when Lahore traders take their horses, buffaloes, sheep,camels and bulls to market, or the Shia Festival of Navroze on the spring Equinox bring to life the calendar of the Indian subcontinent.Stunning food ond locotion photography From the national holiday to celebrate the inauguration of independent lndia to the Hindu festival of Diwali, here are the time-honoured customs of the Indian subcontinent All the recipes are easy-to-follow - and simple to make.
ContentsRepublic DayChaatAloo Podina ChaatDahi Bhalla ChaatId Ul-FitrRaan of LambPulaoPongalThaliSambar of Arhar DhalTari AlooTamarind RiceHorse and Cattle FairLahore Kebabs and ChopsFresh Mint ChutneyParathaHoliKhuda KhargoshKitcheraGangaurSaweetaLapsiBhindiNavroze and BaisakhiDhaniyawal KormaAubergines with AppleKheerPooramRed Fish CurryKachi MorePayaru TharanSwarantsri PratickramanPurisKudiAubergine with FenugreekLeavesGampatiSteamed ModaksDurga PujaDai-Sarse-ChingriDiwaliBadaam BarfiChristmasChristmas PunchSnop DragonsDizzy FruitsPrune and Claret Mould MuharramMango PhoolSeekh KehabsHaleem