Being Original: A fine dining version of gods own cuisine (Finediningindian cuisine series) (Volume 1)

 
9781469916415: Being Original: A fine dining version of gods own cuisine (Finediningindian cuisine series) (Volume 1)
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Being Original ‘A fine dining version of gods own cuisine’ Kerala the southern spice land in state of India,widely known as gods own country.As a food enthusiast I am proud to represent my homeland, basic recipe preserved to its complete origin from my mother even its presented in its luxurious way. Kerala food is moderately spicy in nature, but most flavoursome. Cuisine promotes locally grown ingredients for cooking. Kerala is the home of ‘kera’ known as coconut tree and grows plenty in Kerala. Coconut is the base for many dishes and is one of the ingredients, which use in almost every dish in Kerala. Coconut oil is used for cooking and the oil is extracted from the dried coconut ‘Kopra’. Grated coconut and coconut milk are widely used in dishes for thickening and flavouring. Rice and tapioca (cassava) is the most common food of Kerala. Varieties of main dishes are made with these two. Seafood is also one of the very famous foods. Seafood such as fish, crabs, shellfish, lobsters and prawns are used for everyday cooking. Sardine and mackerel are the variety of fish used common. There different meat varieties used in Kerala kitchens includes poultry, red meats and few game birds also (now it is restricted by law). Kerala cuisine is blessed with some fantastic cooking methods that have been carefully designed in maximum utilization of natural resources. I have clubbed our traditional cooking methods as per the definition of international cooking styles. Therefore, I may not use traditional wording but the result is same as the method internationally. Kerala cuisine has a great tradition of vegetarian cuisine related to Hinduism long years back. Most of the vegetarian dishes are slow cooked and adapt boiling, stewing or combined form of these methods. Along with influence of other Non-Hindu Communities in Kerala, some excellent Non-vegetarian recipes came to exist. This book may not have all ingredients necessary for a publisher written book, but made to satisfy the needs of a chef ,the recipe are tested and tried in my home kitchen

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