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Aarti Paarti: An American Kitchen with an Indian Soul (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 23. September 2014
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Aarti Sequeira is host of Taste in Translation on the Cooking Channel. She won The Next Food Network Star, hosted her own show, Aarti Party (2011-2013), and appears on many Food Network shows including Chopped, and Iron Chef America Countdown. She has a food blog, aartipaarti.com and online cooking show, youtube.com/aartipaarti. Born in Bombay and raised in Dubai, Aarti moved to Chicago to attend Northwestern University, and now lives in Los Angeles.
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Wow! What a book! I confess I am a "cookbook junkie". I have over 200 cookbooks, and Aarti Paarti is without doubt in the top five on my shelves. Two of the five are "The Joy of Cooking" and "Mastering the art of French Cooking", by Julia Childs. So Arrti's book is in good company.
From the first page I knew this book was going to be different for the usual cookbooks. The photographs are truly beautiful, I am always willing to pay more for a cookbook with good photography in it. Aarti put not only all of herself in this book, but her family as well. Her love of family, friends, and God shined through on every page. I loved the stories! Aartis description of Indian food, spices, traditions, made me dream that I was with Aarti in India!
She puts you a ease from the beginning of the book and conquers your fears about cooking Indian food. I thought, well maybe I can do this....
The Bombay Sloppy Joes were fantastic! I admit I was a bit intimidated by some of the unheard of spices. I thought, what the heck and dove right into this fabulous recipe. I didn't get the 5 stars from my friends that I cooked this for, I got 6 stars! (is there really such a thing as 6 stars?) I was informed after dinner that anytime I am cooking Indian food they must be the "guinea pigs, official taste testers, etc. ending with, "we are doing it for you" (me). Hummm........
The next adventure was Chicken Tikka Masala. This was so easy, it really was. For those of you that are a bit intimidated, don't be. Just dive in and relish the delicious marinated meat, spices so delicate, aromatic, and delicious. Yum, this is that good. I got another "6 star rating" from the gang. Double hummmm...
I will say from what I have cooked so far , that these are not 20 minute meals. You really should do all the prep work before you get ready to start cooking. It can move a bit quickly and if you are unorganized it will be hard.
This really is a superb cookbook. Thank you Aarti, for giving me the opportunity to take a journey into your world.
My next adventure will be in a couple of weeks, I will update this post after that weekend.
Final verdict: even though your book will most likely fall apart if you are a home cook, it's still worth it. The recipes are that amazing.