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Gordon Ramsay's Great Escape: 100 of my favourite Indian recipes

Gordon Ramsay's Great Escape: 100 of my favourite Indian recipes [Kindle Edition]

Gordon Ramsay
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"Gordon unveils his hottest recipes ever [!] forget those takeaways" The Times Weekend "The 100 recipes are for curious entry-level cooks as well as experienced hands on the lookout for unusual spice combos, as Ramsay has gone beyond the curry house in his search for authentic recipes [!] recipes are properly tested, the instructions clear and the photography is a visual feast" Time Out**** "Delectable" Heat "More than 100 authentic and mouthwatering Indian recipes, few of which you'll find in your local curry house. Bravo, rude boy." Sport "If you don't have a love for this rich delicious style of cooking, you'll be a massive fan after reading this" U Magazine "Filled with the kind of incredible tastes -- found in recipes such as authentic butter chicken -- that sum up India." Belfast Telegraph


In his Channel 4 series TV chef Gordon Ramsay embarks on a culinary journey around India, discovering the breadth and depth of cooking of the country. His cookbook is packed with the best recipes from his travels, showing you how to cook authentic dishes that are bursting with flavour.

Three-star chef Gordon Ramsay's favourite food is one that he shares with a lot of Britain - curry. But, until now, he's never been to India to see how the real thing is cooked. Accompanied by a Channel 4 film crew, Gordon takes the culinary trip of a lifetime to discover real Indian cuisine and share this collection of over 100 of his favourite Indian dishes.

As you'd expect from a Michelin-starred chef, Gordon brings his eye for perfection and ability to judge flavours perfectly to his exploration of Indian food and shows us how to cook authentic, mouth-watering dishes from all over this huge and varied country. He visits Kerala deep in the South of India to bring us spicy, coconut-based curries and travels to colourful Rajasthan to learn about the creamy, flavourful dishes of the North. Along the way Gordon experiences the hugely different flavours and spices from the different regions and absorbs local cooking styles and traditions.

Throughout his culinary journey, Gordon selects the best of the vast array of Indian spices, now readily available in British supermarkets. He shows us how to use these authentically to produce a beautifully flavoured Indian dish. Gordon Ramsay's Great Escape includes over 100 recipes in the following sections: Everyday, Entertaining, Quick Lunches and Healthy Dishes.

Once Gordon shows you how easy it is to put together authentic Indian dishes, you'll never look back.


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 256 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 271 Seiten
  • Verlag: HarperCollins (7. Januar 2010)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Gordon Ramsay's Flucht in die indische Küche 7. April 2011
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Ich habe ein wahrhaftiges Faible für die orientalische Küche und ein ganz besonderes für die indische, und bin immer auf der Suche nach neuen Rezepten. Durch Zufall bin ich dann einmal auf dieses Buch gestoßen. Man muss es wirklich Zufall nennen, denn Gordon Ramsay genießt im deutschsprachigen Raum keine große Bekanntheit und keinen großen Kultstatus wie z.B. ein Jamie Oliver. Zurück zum Kochbuch, auf meiner Suche nach einem guten Nachschlagewerk für authentische indische Gerichte stieß ich auf dieses Buch.

Es finden sich in etwa 100 Rezepte im Buch. Das Werk ist sehr, sehr schön illustriert, mit vielen Bildern von Gordons Reise. Die Zutaten sind sehr übersichtlich aufgelistet und der Kochvorgang einfach und verständlich beschrieben. Die Rezepte sind durchaus abwechslungsreich und es ist für jeden Geschmack etwas dabei. Von Streetfood, Starters und Suppen über tolle Hauptgerichte, gemacht mit Huhn, Lamm, Fisch und Meeresfrüchten (kein Schwein und Rind!) und vielen verschiedenen Gemüsesorten. Das Buch ist also auch durchaus für Vegetarier geeignet. In einem Kapitel finden sich wundervolle Beilagen wie verschiedene typische Reiszubereitungen und natürlich das berühmte Naan-Brot. Im letzten Teil finden sich noch einige Desserts und Rezepte für Chutneys etc.

Besonders zugesagt haben mir die Rezepte für das Butter-Chicken (auch wenn es ein Standard-Gericht ist, ist es trotzdem jedes Mal ein wahrer Genuss!), das Rote Linsen Curry und die Tomaten-Kokos-Suppe. Alles ging leicht von der Hand und schmeckte super!
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Great content but badly formatted for Kindle 27. November 2012
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The recipes are great - everything you would expect from Gordon. But I bought the Kindle version and there really was no thought at all in formatting this book as an ebook. I have other recipe books on Kindle for iPad, including Gordon's latest book, that are easy to use - recipes start on a new page so that you can easily bookmark them and photos are included. This book has just been put into ebook format as an afterthought and for that reason it is poor value for money. I wouldd recommend buying the actual book instead.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A Culinary Journey of Food, History and Self Discovery 31. Dezember 2011
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I grew up eatting all sorts of curries and have had a love affair with spices and curry ever since. As a training chef this book has given me a deeper understanding of spice combinations and the methods to manipulate spices to maximise flavour. I found Gordons personal and professional account of India very uplifting. I never considered the influences of topography, climate and history as a major influencer on local food. This knowledge has given me a new way to view what is avaliable in my local area and makes me think twice about how food is prepared, cooked and presented based on these influences.

Gordons take on Indian food is very exciting with the use of mangoe powder, gram flour, a variety of dals and jaggery to the use of rosewater in Dum ba biriyani.

Another great book! Looking forward to reading Gordon's SouthEast Asia!

Nick Blake,
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Gordon Does India 3. Mai 2012
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Traditionalists and purists of Indian food may scoff and sniff at this, but three-star Michelin chef Gordon Ramsay has put his immense talents to learning and translating the basics of Indian cookery whilst, at the same time, putting his own style and making the dishes easy for the home cook to prepare and enjoy.

This book is a "spin off" to a British television series that saw Ramsay travel around India, learning from some of the country's top chefs and regular street-food cooks alike what real Indian food is. What people think of Indian food can often be a pale imitation of the real authentic dish or, as in many cases, the dishes one enjoys at home are not even known of in the country of their alleged birth.

There is no standard Indian fare as each region has a wide-range of specialities, delicacies and signature dishes. Where commonality can be found there will still be regional influences based on practical and historical reasons. Here Ramsay gets to learn about what makes many of these dishes tick, whether it be taste, visual appearance, nature of ingredients or even a cultural difference.

Many cookery books featuring Indian food often manage to confuse the less-experienced reader by over-complicating matters or becoming intimidating through their desire to be authentic. Ramsay, whilst trying to keep the food true to its roots, acknowledges and accepts some practical differences - not everybody will have access to all of the cooking implements and fresh ingredients that would be desirable yet with a slight compromise and the use of ingredients that are increasingly-available in larger supermarkets around the world you will still get a dish that could be fit for a King, a Maharajah or a good family get together. With a little bit of effort one can enjoy a taste of India from your own kitchen.

At times one might forget this is principally a recipe book due to the wonderful colourful photographs and light, free-flowing text. It is like having a quality informal travel guide with a lot of recipes and expert advice thrown in. Each recipe is well-presented with much background information, tips and tricks and, as one would expect, one does not need to be a professional chef to follow and understand the instructions.

It would have been nice if more of the knowledge gained from his research could have been added to the book to add further "background impact" but then the book might have been a series of volumes and not so kitchen-friendly. Similar a version of the book with copies of the television series on a DVD or Blu-Ray disk would have been great, but licensing and technical issues involved with the television world still get in the way. If you get the chance to see the series or to buy a DVD/Blu-Ray copy you should do so for additional benefit.

This reviewer, himself an avid eater of Indian foods, found quite a lot of interesting recipes to try in the future as well as a lot of information nuggets to file away. This is not a classic reference book nor a classic recipe book but a jolly good hybrid. A sort of informal learning experience. This book really should be considered if you have enjoyed Indian food and wish to learn a little more about it and, hopefully, have an interest to try making some for yourself.

The book's very reasonable price makes it a bargain - particularly when you know it will be heavily-discounted by many larger outlets due to the television series tie in, meaning that it is going to be affordable to even more people. For less than the price of couple of typical takeaway meals, you could get the knowledge to make your own in the future!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent value for money! 6. September 2010
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Full of great tips, tricks, fantastic recipes and some entertaining anecdotes!

I've tried four recipes to date and they have ALL been wonderful success's - especially the butter chicken!

The price was great too!
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2.0 von 5 Sternen text only 17. Dezember 2013
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No pics on the ebook! Not ok. I want more than just bare text. I trust the recipes are ok, but I want a better format than my Mom's recipe rolodex.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen The TV series is exceptional, but this book doesn't convey that 21. September 2011
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After watching Ramsay's abrasive TV shows, where he cruelly confronts chefs and owners, I was pleased, then surprised, then amazed that his short journey to India was worthwhile as cooking instruction, as a travelogue, and even as a spiritual journey. I went to find my local Indian market, and started the very difficult task of shopping where the food is labeled in several languages. (It was worse even, than trying to buy at the Chinese market.) I had a higher proportion of failures than in any other cuisine, and Ramsay's book didn't help. He is a high-end cook, and he tends to "telegraph", omitting details he apparently feels should be obvious. I'm a beginning cook, and not all that much is obvious to me! Neither is it helpful, Ramsay, simply to tell readers to buy everything local and fresh. I can't buy any of the fish mentioned local or fresh or frozen.

So, overall, if you have a lot of shelf space, already know something about Indian cooking, and enjoyed the TV series, go ahead, buy the book, and enjoy a few extra moments with Ramsay's experience.

(Ingredients. Wikipedia has a comprehensive list of Indian ingredients, transliterated. It has been withdrawn (whatever that means), but the person who removed it still has a copy stored, if you click the history. It's extremely useful, and I couldn't easily find anything else equivalent on the Internet.)
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