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150 Best Indian, Thai, Vietnamese and More Slow Cooker Recipes (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 12. Januar 2012


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Every Single Recipe in this Book is Gluten-Free, if You Use Gluten-Free Cornstarch, Red Lentils, and Soy Sauce 29. Januar 2012
Von Poppyx - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
When I got this book, I thought I'd died and gone to heaven. Indian, Thai and Vietnamese food tends to be mostly gluten-free anyway, so it's a good source of gluten-free recipes; this uses a slow-cooker, so you don't have to actually, well, cook; also, if you're someone like me who tends to live on Thai and Indian t.v. dinners, this is a much cheaper alternative.

Most of the recipes are easy to follow, and the spices are easy to obtain. Where the ingredient requested is a little unusual--for example, jaggery, which is palm sugar--the author suggests readily available substitutes. (In fact the only ingredient I think I couldn't find at a regular grocery store is lemon grass; in my part of the United States, you can get that at a regular grocery store with an Asian foods section, though.)

Many of the recipes are lactose-free. Every single one of the recipes is gluten-free if you substitute gluten-free soy sauce, gluten-free lentils and gluten-free cornstarch for the regular versions. ("Yes, you can get glutened from lentils." Goya has them on their cross-contaminated list because they're made in a larger mill. Tru Roots is a gluten-free brand of lentils available on amazon.)

The only caveats I have about this cookbook are that you'll need some really good kitchen appliances:

1.) You'll need a programmable crock pot with a "warm" function. To make these dishes in the morning and then come home to dinner, your crock pot needs to be of the sort that has multiple programmable settings, so that your food will stop cooking at the prescribed time, and it won't be overdone; most of the cooking times are shorter than the standard workday--three to six hours.

2.) Many of the recipes call for a food processor.

Overall, though, this is wonderful. If you have food intolerances, you don't have time to cook, and you're looking to eat well, this is just amazing. A+
56 von 58 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Finally--Flavorful Crock Pot Recipes! 22. Mai 2012
Von Anne - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Everyone I know loves their crockpots. They love the idea of putting everything in a pot, leaving to cook, and coming back in the evening to a prepared meal! I love this idea!

BUT, I've tried so many crock pot cookbooks over the years. They always seem to produce the same results--palatable, but bland meals. So, you can imagine my hope when I saw this cookbook! When it arrived and I opened it up, I was pleased. The formatting was so easy to read and follow. There was a heat rating for each recipe. The pictures were appealing, though I noticed that they photographed ingredients as well as dishes. Curries strike me as not the most photogenic of dishes. Several of the recipes do require various curry pastes. I chose to fix several recipes which did not use them.

The first recipe I tried was The Bombay Chicken Curry. My mom, who came to live with us last October, has told me before that she doesn't like curries. But, I knew my husband loves them, so I hoped she would enjoy it. Before I go any farther, my whole family (husband, me, my mom, 3 kids...) all loved it! The curry powder I use is mild and it was a very mild curry, but my husband was able to spice it up with cayenne. If your whole family loves spicy food, just add more spice while you're putting the recipe together.

So, the my first recipe I tried was a great success!

My mother in law happens to be a vegan who loves curries, so I invited her over for lunch after church and tried two more recipes--a sweet potato curry and a cauliflower curry. These two curries were well liked by all of the adults in the room, though not as favored by my children. I think it was the looks of the curries that put them off a bit. The cauliflower curry looked unusual and children are quick to judge foods by how they look. I did make some small substitutions on these recipes. I wanted the sweet potato curry to be milder, so I substituted some Ancho Chile powder for the 2 hot chiles that the recipe calls for. I didn't make any alterations to the other recipe.

I would make both of them again. My husband felt very good about eating so many vegetables.

There is only one caveat I want to mention--I read another reader's review of this cookbook and it mentioned sticking to the cooking times for the recipes. I took this advice and I'm glad that I did. I did modify the cooking temp (high/low) and time based on what I know of my crockpots--I do not have a medium sized one. I have a large and a small. My small cooks fast and the large one cooks slower. I would recommend doing the same for your crockpot. Notice how they cook--fast or slow--is the food mushy for the time in the recipes? Then decrease the time or switch the temp to low from high.

It is rare to find flavorful crock pot recipes, but I believe this cookbook contains some! I feel like a schoolgirl who wants to stand up and yell, "Yippee! Yippee!" I am so thankful to add this cookbook to my collection. It has refueled my hope that I can find even more truly flavorful crock pot recipes. This cookbook by Sunil Vijayakar is a great find!

Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this cookbook from Robert Rose Publishing for review.
32 von 35 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
The best Curry Cookbook 28. Juli 2012
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
This is one of my favorite cookbooks. Everything I've made has turned out incredible. My only complaint is the stated prep time. 22 ingredients with a prep time of 10 minutes, REALLY? Try 1 hour after chopping many fresh ingredients.

Another plus is that many of these dishes need only cook on high for a little over 2 hours.

If you like to make curries, this book is a must!
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Lots of recipes but huge reliance on purchased, prepared pastes 7. April 2013
Von Elizabeth - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Just got this for my birthday and have just made the lamb rogan josh. Turned out fine, but I couldn't adhere completely to the recipe because it called for 1/4 cup "curry paste." My other Asian cookbooks include recipes to make your own pastes and spice blends. This one does not. It assumes you live near an Asian grocery. I do not. So I had to haul out a few other books and approximate a bit for this recipe. It would be a better book if it provided for do-it-yourselfers like me, who have spice staples on hand. It has some fun ideas and a great variety of curries. It is almost all curries, though,so if you're looking for other kinds of recipes, this is not the book for you.
10 von 11 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Nice book 24. März 2013
Von SProchazka - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I am from India and love Indian food obviously. I work full time leave me little time to cook curries which take time. I tried the creamy beef curry which came out soooo good. Have found it difficult to cook beef in curries as it never comes out tender. Was a treat to come home from work and enjoy the yummy curry with tender beef all ready to eat.
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