23 May 2012

Mangoes and Curry Leaves

Here's another Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid book.  This covers the Indian subcontinent.  I like this because it doesn't focus on one region.  Again, this is what I've tried and there are no page numbers.  Starred ones are my favorites.

Chutneys, Salsas, and Sambols
Red Onion Sambol
Tomato Chutney
Hot Chile Oil Paste*

Salads, Fresh and Cooked
Fresh Bean Sprout Salad
Cachoombar*
Cucumber Salad with Hot Spiced Mustard Dressing
Sri Lankan Village Salad
Cucumber Raita*
Nepali Green Bean Salad
Shredded Green Bean Mallum
Spiced Cabbage Salad

Rice 
Plain Basmati, Several Ways
Bhutanese Red Rice
Stir-Fried Rice and Dal
Quick Tamarind Pulao with Curry Leaves
Pakistani Lamb Pulao (I always make the chick pea variation)*

Breads
Chapatis
Gita's Luchis
Home-Style Tandoor Naan
Onion Skillet Breads
Cumin-Flecked Skillet Breads
Potato-Stuffed Parathas
Darjeeling Market Tibetan Breads

Mostly Vegetables
Spiced Grated Carrots, Kerala Style
Bangla Flavored Fried Zucchini
Katchhi Village Potato Curry
Tamarind Potatoes
Parsi Potatoes and Snow Peas
Pea Shoots for a Crowd
Hasna Begum's Mixed Vegetable Curry*
Stir-Fried Greens, Bangla Style*
Simmered Kashmiri Paneer
Rajasthani "Buttermilk" Curry*
Chile-Hot Bhutanese Cheese Curry*

Dals
Bangla Dal with a Hit of Lime*
Mountain Dal
Shallot Sambhar
Dal with Coconut Milk*

Fish and Shellfish
Pomfret in Coconut Milk Sauce
Grilled Fish Steaks with Black Pepper Rub*

Chicken and Eggs
Andhra Scrambled Eggs
Yogurt-Marinated Chicken Kebabs
Zinet's Chicken with Tomato and Greens

Lamb, Beef, and Pork
I haven't tried any of these

Street Foods, Snacks, and Drinks
Mango Drink
Sweet Lassi

Sweets
Nothing here either

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