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A collection of recipes by Madhur Jaffrey. Please let me know you if you find any recipes which should be added to this cookbook, thanks!
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An absolutely delightful canape or side dish with lamb or grilled fish from Madhur Jaffrey. It's easiest done with long, skinny Japanese eggplant, but it works equally as well with standard Italian eggplant, cut into half-circles. You can slice and broil the eggplant in advance and do the final touches just before you're ready to serve.

Recipe #118366

I love okra and this is a really good to way to prepare it. You can add more red-pepper if you like more heat.

Recipe #118137

This Moroccan dish is adapted from Madhur Jaffrey's World Vegetarian. I serve this stew-like dish over rice for a delicious hearty vegetarian meal.

Recipe #116702

This one is for lovers of curry, more specifically, those who crave south Indian cuisine. I ate this recently in India and thought I was in heaven. Don't be put off by the long list of ingredients. It is really very easy. However, please do not make substitutions if at all possible, as the taste just won't be the same. It is important to use fresh curry leaves, as in the dried form they are quite tasteless (I buy them fresh, then store them in the freezer). The coconut is optional, but I cannot imagine this dish without it, and unfortunately, dried coconut just won't do. Sometimes I buy frozen freshly grated coconut and store it in the freezer, otherwise you can buy a fresh coconut. You will notice ingredients for 'tempering'. Tempering is the final seasoning of your masterpiece. It involves heating a little oil to which a selection of small amounts of mustard seeds, cumin seeds, black gram dhal, curry leaves, asafetida or other spices, are added. The result is an undeniably Indian flavor and aroma. I like to use coconut oil when cooking south Indian cuisine, but any vegetable oil will suffice. Add less chili if you prefer your food not too hot! Adapted from a recipe by Madhur Jaffrey.

Recipe #103607

This is a great tomato-based Indian dish from one of Madhur Jaffrey's books. Serve with rice and steamed vegetables or fried potatoes.

Recipe #98810

9 Reviews |  By chia

this is adapted from madhur jaffrey's recipe

Recipe #87646

This is a wonderful Madhur Jaffrey recipe for fish. King Fish is my favourite fish and I get the freshest fish right at my door (at 9.00 a.m.)from my fish vendor named Jai Singh. It is almost as fresh as just out of the sea. Hmmm... one of the pluses of living near the sea. We have fish almost 4 days a week and I love variety so have a host of recipes that I have tried and used over and over again for 8 years now. This is definitely the top of the list.

Recipe #86892

A sweet and spicy way to use up that leftover cabbage. This is my everyday version of Madhur Jaffrey's Sambhara. If you like Indian food, definitely pick up one of her cookbooks!! So good and so simple.

Recipe #84445

From 'An Invitation to Indian Cooking' by Madhur Jaffrey. This is one of Madhur Jaffrey's favorite sweet chutneys, she always spoons out a small bowl for all her dinner parties. It goes with almost all foods and is very popular. Store, bottled, in the refrigerator. It keeps for months.

Recipe #70119

This is delicious, I make this for special occasions, it also looks impressive. I do not find it too spicy just nicely spiced. A green vegetable and rice are good with this Raan masaledar!

Recipe #67331

Fabulous adaptation of Madhur Jaffrey's quick chutney using canned cranberries when unable to get fresh. If using fresh, just make as usual and adapt to this recipe. Wonderful anytime, and especially good with holiday turkey, roast or ham. This recipe freezes well, too! Cooking time will vary according to quantity.

Recipe #64488

A mild Indian dish with lots of flavor, the original recipe from Madhur Jaffrey calls for chicken parts, if you use those buy a bit more chicken and adjust the cooking time. Found this recipe about 20 years ago and it has become one of our favorites.

Recipe #57908

This is a great accompaniment or main course for a Thai dinner, wonderfully aromatic, and very tasty! Based on a Madhur Jaffrey recipe, my husband makes this dish often.

Recipe #28649

This fabulous chickpea recipe is adapted from Madhur Jaffrey's classic.

Recipe #17471

Adapted from Madhur Jaffery's World Vegetarian. This makes a nice veggie lunch. Tuscan home cooking.

Recipe #118118

An untried recipe. Just waiting for the fresh sugar snap peas to arrive. Adapted from Madhur Jaffrey's World Vegetarian.

Recipe #116557

Adapted from Madhur Jaffrey's World Vegetarian Cookbook

Recipe #97317

This recipe is adapted from Madhur Jaffrey's World Vegetarian. It is originally titled "Green Peas with Coconut and Cilantro" but that sounds booooring. I've yet to meet someone who dosen't like the amazing peas.

Recipe #96944

I'd made a quantity of broad bean dip for a party, using the recipe from Madhur Jaffrey's fabulous book "World Vegetarian Cooking". There was some left over, but not quite enough for guests popping in next day, so I blended a can of tuna in with the leftovers. The result was so good I've decided it's a recipe in its own right. So here you are, 2 for 1! The dried and split beans come from our local middle eastern shop, but you could substitute many other pulses, or even use fresh broad beans.

Recipe #96524

Try this you won't be disappointed. From my favourite cookbook author - Madhur Jaffrey.

Recipe #89324

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