Indian Cookery Local for Young Housekeepers

Indian Cookery Local for Young Housekeepers

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1887 edition. Excerpt: ... in medicine and confectionary. The elements which make curries unpleasantly hot for the palates of new arrivals, may, be almost omitted, but in time the taste for moderately hot curries is acquired. Children brought up here, turn to rice and curry fora meal in preference to other dishes, and those two dishes combined form indeed to many in India the staple article of diet. K' Duck Curry 186. i Roast brown 3 table spoons coriander, 6 dry chillies, 2 inches turmeric, roast slightly-Q tea spoon methee, one tea spoon kuskns, % tea spoon jeera. Grind these together with aninch of green ginger and 6 cloues garlic. Warm a table spoon of ghee' brown.a sliced onion, then the ground mussala, add the duck, cut in pieces, stir the whole together, cover the chatty and let it roast for a few minutes. Pour in two tea cups of water and simmer the curry till the duck is tender. Season with salt. 1-of an hour before dinner strain and add the extracted milk of a cocoanut and lastly the juice of one sour lime.. Fowl Curry 187. The mussala is the same as in the recipe for Chicken curry No. 189, but the quantity must be double, omitting the ground cocoanut. The milk of Q or a whole cocoanut must be prepared according to receipe No. 217 Prepare the curry thns--warm a table spoon ghee, brown 2 sliced onions, keep half till wanted. Put in the fowl, cut in pieces, cover the chatty and roast it on a good fire, shaking the pan often that it might not burn. When the ghee appears, brown the mussala nicely on a slow fire, then pour in the mussala water and the thin cocoanut milk strained, which must be suflicient to cook the fowl. I Season with salt. When the meat gets tender add the acid, and 10 minutes before dinner the thick milk and the reserved...show more

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  • Paperback | 42 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 95g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236866282
  • 9781236866288