Item description for Vegetarian World Food by Kurma Dasa...
This is truly a "best of" book that promises to spice up even the most creative kitchens. Flavorful offerings from Europe, South America, South East Asia, the Middle East, India, and the Mediterranean prove once and for all that going vegetarian means so much more than just salad on your plate. These are tasty, stunningly original savory selections that everyone will enjoy.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.9" Width: 9.5" Height: 0.4" Weight: 2.4 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2005
Publisher Mandala Publishing
ISBN 1932771573 ISBN13 9781932771572
Availability 0 units.
More About Kurma Dasa
Kurma Dasa was born in England and moved to Australia in 1964. He began cooking in his youth, and has taught his special brand of elegant and eclectic gourmet vegetarian cuisine throughout Australia and around the world. He was head chef at Melbourne's most popular vegetarian restaurant, Gopal's, for many years. He has hosted three internationally broadcast TV cooking series, seen in over 46 countries. His third and latest twenty-six-part TV series, More Great Vegetarian Dishes, currently screens throughout Australia on SBS and Foxtel.
Reviews - What do customers think about Vegetarian World Food?
Kurma Dasa-a well-rounded vegetarian chef Oct 18, 2004
Kurma Dasa has a special ability to make reipes easy to follow and delicious for non-vegetarian to enjoy. Not only has he mastered Indian cooking, but his Mediterranean dishes are also great. Fun recipes for snacks, especially when you have non-veggies come to visit. My guests always look forward to coming over as they know they'll be tasting something great and different...a lot of the vegetarian dishes come from Kurma's cooking books. I had the pleasure of attending one of his cooking classes. It converted a friend of mine, who had never cooked Indian food before, it isn't necessarily hot, just a lot of wonderful spices. Lots to enjoy.