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Afghan Food & Cookery: Noshe Djan (Hippocrene International Cookbooks)

Afghan Food Cookery Noshe Djan Hippocrene International Cookbooks Situated at the crossroads of four major regions the Middle East Central Asia the Indian subcontinent and the Far East Afghanistan has survived centuries of invasions whether military cultural or

  • Title: Afghan Food & Cookery: Noshe Djan (Hippocrene International Cookbooks)
  • Author: Helen Saberi
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 404
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Situated at the crossroads of four major regions the Middle East, Central Asia, the Indian subcontinent and the Far East Afghanistan has survived centuries of invasions, whether military, cultural or culinary Its hearty cuisine includes a tempting variety of offerings lamb, pasta, chickpeas, rice pilafs, flat breads, kebabs, spinach, okra, lentils, yogurt, pastries and dSituated at the crossroads of four major regions the Middle East, Central Asia, the Indian subcontinent and the Far East Afghanistan has survived centuries of invasions, whether military, cultural or culinary Its hearty cuisine includes a tempting variety of offerings lamb, pasta, chickpeas, rice pilafs, flat breads, kebabs, spinach, okra, lentils, yogurt, pastries and delicious teas, all flavored with delicate spices, are staple ingredients.This cookbook includes over 100 recipes, all adapted for the North American kitchen, for favorites like Mantu Pasta filled with Meat and Onion , Shinwari Kebab Lamb Chops Kebab , and Qabili Pilau Yellow Rice with Carrots and Raisins The author s informative introduction describes traditional Afghan holidays, festivals and celebrations Also included is a section entitled The Afghan Kitchen, which provides essentials about cooking utensils, spices, ingredients and methods Complete with b w maps and illustrations.

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    1 thought on “Afghan Food & Cookery: Noshe Djan (Hippocrene International Cookbooks)

    1. Many excellent recipes throughout the book. To date I have made about 3/4 of them and all have turned out amazing. The only drawbacks: there are no pictures of any of the finished dishes; and it may not be the best for someone with no cooking experience due to some vague instructions such as "cook until meat is tender" - which in the case of the lamb dishes may take 90-120 minutes.What I love about Afghan food (besides the incredible depth of flavour) is that most of is not stressful to prepare; [...]

    2. After trying Afghan food from a Melbourne takeaway I decided I needed to learn how to make it at home, and, fortunately I stumbled across a copy of this book (several copies actually) at a second hand book shop.This is a solid variety of Afghan recipes, and includes favorites like burani bonjon, manti, aushak and qabili pulao (which my husband is a big fan of). Some of the dishes are reminiscent of Iranian food (especially the pulao (rice) dishes), others have more in common with Pakistani food [...]

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