Madhur Jaffreys Essential Indian Instant Pot Cookbook

About the Author: Madhur Jaffrey

Madhur Jaffrey is the person who brought curries into the mainstream with her 1973 debut book An Invitation to Indian Cookery.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 208 pages
  • Madhur Jaffreys Essential Indian Instant Pot Cookbook
  • Madhur Jaffrey
  • 15 April 2018

Madhur Jaffreys Essential Indian Instant Pot Cookbook The Definitive Indian Cookbook For Instant Pots And Slow Cookers Than Seventy Beautifully Illustrated Recipes From The Multi James Beard Award Winning Queen Of Indian Cooking Pressure Cookers Have Been Commonplace In Indian Kitchens For Years, Making The Instant Pot A Combination Pressure Cooker Slow Cooker That Has Become A Home Cooking Sensation A Natural Fit For Preparing Indian Food At Home Now, Madhur Jaffrey, The Beloved Authority On Indian Cooking, Shares Than Seventy Fabulous Recipes Some Entirely New, Others Reworked From Her Previous, Acclaimed Cookbooks For The Instant Pot Here Are Recipes For Saffron Rice With Golden Raisins Mung Dahl Rice And Cabbage Soup Sweet Hot And Sour Eggplant Chicken Cooked In A Kerala Style And Pork Vindaloo Also Included Are A Selection Of Side Dishes Including Chutneys, Yogurts, And Salads Think Baby Arugula Salad With Mustard Oil Quick Tamarind Chutney Onion And Tomato Salad And Spicy Mushroom Chips Here Too Is A Primer On How To Best Use The Instant Pot To Maximize Flavor And While These Recipes Are Quick And Easy To Prepare, They Retain All The Rich Complexity For Which Jaffrey S Food Has Always Been Known Here Is The Only Indian Instant Pot Cookbook The Home Cook Will Ever Need

10 thoughts on “Madhur Jaffreys Essential Indian Instant Pot Cookbook

  1. Kathleen says:

    Madhur Jaffrey s Indian cookbooks always have recipes that look intriguing My issues with this cookbook have to do with the way she treats the Instant Pot versus how I do I m not a huge fan of the saute feature, and most of these recipes use it Additionally, there are places where the directions may be missing information, but I cannot tell for sure because of my lack of deep knowledge about an authentically Indian dish Do we add the raisins and almonds back in to the korma If so, there s no mention of doing so Lots of kormas have ground nuts but this one has sliced ones that are sauteed and removed That said, I ve found recipes that I will try, partially to use interesting beans I ve found at Patel Brothers, partially to get over my saute feature fears.

  2. Kelsey says:

    I found many typos in this book, sometimes unfortunately in the recipe ingredients and instruction lists I made two recipes, both were disappointing I love Jaffrey s other cookbooks, but this one comes off as gimmicky The recipes seem like her classics, adapted with some hast for the Instant Pot which in fairness to her, the Instant Pot isn t the optimal device to get the depth of flavors in a good Indian dish The physical book itself is very beautiful.

  3. Caitlinleah says:

    A few yummy sounding recipes here Did not get a chance to actually cook any before the due date As a vegetarian there were lots of options but not enough for me to buy it Would have loved some help composing menus from this.

  4. Cynthia says:

    I don t own a hot pot, so I wasn t as thrilled as I could have been.