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Beyond Curries

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Beyond Curries is a new food blog run by a group of Indian food bloggers. Basically this blog will be working towards demystifying Indian cooking and bring to readers the ABC of basic Indian home cooking. Especially for first timers in the kitchen or those wanting to try their hand at Indian cooking, Beyond Curries will be a valuable resource to explore the classic flavors of the varied regional food traditions of India.

Sia of Monsoon Spice, who initiated Beyond Curries, has invited me to be a part of the team. Do visit Beyond Curries to learn more about the other team members and what the blog hopes to offer.

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Beyond Curries is a new food blog run by a group of Indian food bloggers. Basically this blog will be working towards demystifying Indian cooking and bring to readers the ABC of basic Indian home cooking. Especially for first timers in the kitchen or those wanting to try their hand at Indian cooking, Beyond Curries […]

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By • Apr 10th, 2009 • Category: All Recipes, Misc

  • http://sailusfood.com Sudha

    dats great idea basics in kitchen for beginners….

  • http://www.meesosweetandspicy.blogspot.com meeso

    I could have used a site like this many, many years ago when I was learning to cook Indian food… I like the name too… Everyone assumes that because I cook and enjoy Indian food that all I eat is “curry”… I even had someone inform me that ALL Indian food is curry (they thought I was sadly misinformed about what I was cooking)… If you make some sauce, and throw yellow “curry powder” in it, you’re good to go! I hope people learn more about good Indian food from this blog and I will be looking forward to learning some more myself :)

  • Subhash Raut

    Lot of your pictures have been copied along with recipes here.

    recipe.akanshaz.com/