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Amazon has Monisha Bharadwaj's: Indian Cookery Course [Kindle Edition] for $0.99

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Don't buy these books. She must have taken recipes from Google and published as a book. 😂
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I like cooking, I like Indian food, I have digital credit... done.
Thanks OP.
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Thanks. It looks like a good resource. I grabbed it but I probably can't source half the ingredients where I live.
Use sulekha.com to find indian grocery stores near you, else you can order online from Patelbros.com
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Onion garlic ginger garam masala and you can cook 50% of cuisine.
Good for you. Let others decide for themselves
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I don't mean disrespect, but I feel like it's difficult to buy relevant cookbooks these days... Even physical cookbooks often only have a few things that seem to interest me. I feel like this is especially true with the advent of things like the pressure cooker and air fryer...
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Thanks. It looks like a good resource. I grabbed it but I probably can't source half the ingredients where I live.
may work out if ordering in bulk or indian local stores are far off from you..

https://store.patelbros.com/
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Online you can get most anything.
Youtube will have recipes and step by step methods for chicken curry, biryani, masala dosa, upma, idli. for free.
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Why get an eBook when you could get most of the recipes in Video on YouTube?
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Thanks. It looks like a good resource. I grabbed it but I probably can't source half the ingredients where I live.
Walmart carries a lot of the spices but they're a bit expensive.
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Onion garlic ginger garam masala and you can cook 50% of cuisine.
Add tomato and you're at 75%!
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Onion garlic ginger garam masala and you can cook 50% of cuisine.
I found this to be helpful...
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Onion garlic ginger garam masala and you can cook 50% of cuisine.
You missed chilli powder which is really an important ingradient for Indian taste.
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Onion garlic ginger garam masala and you can cook 50% of cuisine.
I'm so sorry for you. 50% of your Indian meal recipes contain just these. I pity your diet. You should learn more recipes then.
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Thank you ! For sharing awesome deal.

I wanna try cooking diff dishes 🤩
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