Grand Ma's Old Anglo-Indian Cookery Book
Grand Ma's Old Anglo-Indian Cookery Book
ISBN 978-0-9561049-0-8
Paperback - 113 pages
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Grand Ma’s Old Anglo-Indian Cookery Book
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Dorothy Pearson
Dorothy Pearson

I think all of you can see me signing some of My First Cookery Book {Grand Ma's Old Anglo-Indian Cookery Book} The pleasure and happiness I had cooking, photographing all the dishes, typing and going to the Printers in SOUTHPORT to SELF PUBLISH it! the moment the Courier arrived I rushed open the parcel and burst out crying, I sobbed, my friend Sue Lowe said you did it, yes! I sat while Sue took photos of me. I sat in silence and thanked all whoDorothy Pearson Singning Books made it come true. All these FAMILY HANDED down recipes from my Nana Alice, which my Mother gave me, and mine are in my hands, I cannot believe it's here, the Joy, of reading a few recipes what a feeling. I look back after these few years, and say to myself I am just a housewife with no T.V. programme's to sell my book, only friends telling each other and my Website selling, so many Reviews of this Cookery Book, I have say thanks to My son, Rachael My Daughter-in-Law, Susan Lowe, Anne Daintry, John Daintry, and Malcolm who sat for hours and checked all my writing and typing, Rohit for helping with printing so many Covers, Lionel Lumb for telling me to SELF PUBLISH the Cookery Book and I have. Today My Children cook these recipes, My Christmas Fayre was My Son's idea, and the Christmas Tree is from our Home, All done with love, thanks to all of you all over the World for your support, emails {please them coming} and a special thanks to those who have bought My Cookery Book.

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SOME OF THE DISHES from:  Grand Ma's Old Anglo-Indian Cookery Book

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This is the first book of My own family recipes. Anglo-Indian cuisine has dishes that are different from those of either India or Britain. This book with its recipes takes you back to the days of the Raj when families craved a taste of “home cooking”. Recipes contained in this book are easy and practical to prepare like Pepperwater, Dry fry beef, Country Captain, Tomato Rice and many more.

This is a fascinating peek into one woman’s culinary heritage and well worth the price.

Some of these recipes are old and traditional Anglo-Indian food cooked on stoves that were built with stonesandmud,heated by wood and coal. I have been experimenting with them time and time again, and spent many hours converting them to suit modern cookery terms and kitchens.
Many of these recipes have been handed down through generations of my family.
Special Anglo-Indian dishes cooked at weekends in India and in the U.K. include Khicheree and Jhal Frezi, Kofta Ball Curry with Yellow Rice or Tomato Rice, Country Captain, Lamb Madras Curry, and Jeera Rice, Pork Vindaloo and Parathas.

Soups Curries Side dishes Rice Chutnies Christmas Fayre  Vegetable dishes
Chicken Mullgatwany,
Mutton Bone,
Kofta-Ball Curry, Dry Fry Beef, Country Captain,
Chicken Curry, Lamb Madras Curry, Jhal Frezi,
Beef Gram Dhal,
Masala Lamb,
Lamb Rogan Ghosh,
Lamb Do Piaza,
Lamb Curry,
Pork Vindaloo, Pork Curry,
Prawn Curry,
Fish Curry,
Mince and Peas Curry,
Chicken Stew.
Devilled Lambs Liver,
Brown Mince,
Potato Chops, Prawn Masala Fry,
Fried Fish,
Fried King Prawns
Pepper Fry.
Green Masala,
Jeera Rice,
Tomato Rice,
Yellow Rice,
Chicken Biriyani,
Sweet Pilau,
Chicken Pilau,
Jungli Pilau,
Mutton Pilau.
Tasty Tamarind Chutney,
Devils Flame,
Tomato Bhartha,
Coconut Chutney,
Masala Tongue,
Salt Beef,
Cinnamon "Crumb" Chops,
Roast Turkey,
Mince Patties,
Kul Kuls,
Christmas Cake.
Grand Ma's Old Anglo-Indian Cookery Book


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