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Now that I’ve “conquered” cooking Korean at home, I’m trying a little Indian cookery.

posted on August 11, 2010 at 4:17 pm

And, I think, I have found a great online teacher:

I’m going to attempt this fish curry along with a yogurt and fresh from my garden okra curry tomorrow night.
I’m also smitten with “Indian food made easy” on the Cooking Channel:

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4 comments

  • Re: Now that I’ve “conquered” cooking Korean at home, I’m trying a little Indian cookery.
    posted by: Leigha Montgomery · August 11, 2010  4:41 PM

    I love it! It’s so easy when you have a little help! I haven’t tried a fish curry, but my curiosity is peaked. I’m all about home cooked Indian food! Enjoy.

  • Re: Now that I’ve “conquered” cooking Korean at home, I’m trying a little Indian cookery.
    posted by: Tristan Thompson · August 11, 2010  6:12 PM

    Jennifer,

    We love your blog. Most of us at the market are big foodies and you make it easy to find new restaurants to try as well as ideas to make our market better.

    Moving on to my comment. We offer Indian cooking classes throughout the month. Everyone who has taken the class loves it. The chef is great and very informative. If you or any of your readers are interested you should definitely check it out. They are only $15 and you get a $10 gift certificate.

    Thanks,
    Tristan Thompson
    Buford Highway Farmers Market

  • Re: Now that I’ve “conquered” cooking Korean at home, I’m trying a little Indian cookery.
    posted by: harmonic · August 11, 2010  9:15 PM

    Vancouver is home to the amazing Vijay’s Indian
    fusion restaurant. http://www.vijs.ca/

    The cookbook, available through Amazon, is absolutely wonderful. The recipes are NOT complicated, and
    they cook correctly, the first time. This cookbook’s take on
    Palak Paneer, with argula replacing spinach, and cashews, will completely change your notion of this dish.

  • Re: Now that I’ve “conquered” cooking Korean at home, I’m trying a little Indian cookery.
    posted by: Sumier · August 25, 2010  12:50 PM

    Anjum Anand is great! She cooks in an authentic way, without overspicing/overcreaming her food. Its healthy, delicious, authentic and she explores regional Indian cuisine that most ppl aren’t exposed to. I highly recommend her cookbooks!

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