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Simply Jiggy
Jiggy Majhu

7 1/2" X 10" • 224 pages
ISBN 9781845024956 • hardback • $35.00

Ashoka is one of the best-known names in Indian cooking in the UK. Now Jiggy Majhu reveals the secrets of the hugely successful "Ashoka Cookschool" in a cookbook which will tickle your tastebuds and make your mouth water. Beautifully photographed and set out with clear, simple instructions, Jiggy's mission is to make curry simple and delicious for everyone, from the kitchen novice upwards. Join Jiggy as she sets out the basics of Indian cuisine, from ingredients to the equipment you'll need and the recipes themselves. There are classic starters like pakoras and popadoms, chutneys, breads and rice, side dishes and main courses, all of which are easy to master and designed to make your final dish look and taste great. This is the perfect cookbook for anyone seriously interested in curry and Indian cuisine.

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