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Indian cookbooks

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Hey can anyone recommend a really good Indian cookbook? I like one that has recipes and cooking methods from scratch. Thanks

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Re: Indian cookbooks

Vij's is a great cookbook. It contains the recipes from the restaurant Vij's in Vancouver. The chef and owner is first generation Indian who takes classic Indian dishes and puts a modern twist on them. Vij's Family Curry is my favorite, so are the Lamb Lollipops.