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Masala & Meatballs: Incredible Indian Dishes with an American Twist


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English | ISBN: 1624143881 | 2018 | EPUB | 192 Pages | 67 MB

Where Indian Flavors & The American Palate Meet

Indian cuisine is full of intense and exciting flavors that you'll love, but can scare o the home cook??until now. Asha Shivakumar, who grew up in India before moving to the states, breaks that barrier with bold but approachable dishes that tow a delicious line between Indian and American food.

These aren't fusion recipes-these are beloved classics eaten all over India selected specifically for people used to American food. Think Masala Chicken Wings, Chickpea-Roasted Garlic Fries, Potato and Chickpea Burger, White Chicken Curry Pot Pie and so much more.

Masala & Meatballs is packed with surprising recipes that are bursting with flavor, masterful photography and heartfelt stories of growing up in India and then raising a family in the United States. With each turn of the page you'll expand your palate, boost your cooking bravado and experience a whole new thrilling world of flavors.
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