Gordon Ramsay’s Great Escape: 100 of My Favourite Indian Recipes (UK Edition)

by Gordon Ramsay

ISBN-10: 0007267053
ISBN-13: 9780007267057
Region: India
Publication Date: January, 2010
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Recipe Index

Recipesort icon Page Rating
Almond Halwa 252
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Aloo Dahl Puri 61
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Andhra Banana Curry 139
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Aubergine Bhajis 52
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Aubergine Raita 227
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Baked Whole Sea Bass with Green Masala Paste 75
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Bengali Prawn Curry 65
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Black-Eyed Bean Curry 143
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Bombay Potato Cakes 54
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Butter Chicken 114
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Cardamom and Coconut-Flavored Milk 261
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Cauliflower Tandoori 153
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Chapattis 183
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Chicken and Papaya Curry 128
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Chicken Badami 118
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Chicken Biryani 188
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Chicken Palak 102
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Chilli Beef Fry 101
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Cholar Dal 221
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Coconut Burfi 230
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Coconut Chutney 220
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Coconut Rice 169
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Coriander and Chilli Raita 202
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Coriander Puris with Chickpea Masala 171
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Cottage Cheese and Sweetcorn Fritters 55
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Crispy Battered Fish with Spiced Okra and Aubergine 92
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Curried Okra 147
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Dry Crab Curry 87
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Dum Ba Biryani 179
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Egg Curry 140
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Fish Tenga 72
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Fruit Salad with Spiced Syrup 235
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Galouti Kebabs 34
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Ginger Fruit Punch 241
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Goan Fish Ambotik 85
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Goan Mussel Pilau 162
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Green Mango Chutney 206
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Grilled Snapper with Dried Spices 91
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Guinea Fowl in Tomatp and Coconut Curry 117
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Gulab Jamon 258
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Gulab Sharbat 239
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Hyderabadi Squid Tamatar 66
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Jeera Rice 186
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Lamb Korma 105
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Lamb, Cumin, and Mint Samosas 46
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Lightly Spiced Sesame and Cashew Nut Cookies 256
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Mackerel Masala 96
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Maharashtrian Spiced Cabbage 135
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Maharashtrian White Bean Patties 45
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Majuli Fishcakes with Tomato Relish 78
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Malabar Duck 119
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Malai Chicken Kebabs 33
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Mango and Mint Lassi 246
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Mango Porridge 238
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Masala Chai 253
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Mixed Vegetable Samosas 50
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Mixed Vegetable Undhiyo 136
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Monkfish Moilee 80
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Naan 192
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Pan-Fried John Dory with Hot-Spiced Red Curry Sauce 97
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Paneer Tikka Kebabs 35
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Parathas 184
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Payasam 257
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Peshwari Naan 193
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Pilau Rice with Meatballs 176
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Pineapple and Raisin Chutney 223
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Plain Dosa 194
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Pomegranate and Mint Raita 210
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Prawn Koftas 44
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Punjabi Masala Chops 113
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Puri 165
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Quail Tandoori 127
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Rajasthani Red Lentil Curry 132
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Rasmalai 263
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Red Kidney Bean Dal 207
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Rosewater Kulfi 266
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Saag Aloo 150
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Salty Lassi with Ginger and Cumin 249
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Sambar 213
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Spiced Aubergine and Okra Sauté 146
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Spiced Fish Wrapped in Banana Leaves 70
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Spiced Leg of Lamb Wrapped with Spring Onions 120
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Spiced Pan-Fried Chicken with Pumpkin Purée 109
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Spiced Tomato and Coconut Soup 38
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Spicy Cucumber and Coconut Salad 158
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Spicy Green Chutney 215
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Spicy Prawn Pakoras 43
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Spicy Vegetable and Paneer Wraps 58
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Spinach Raita 226
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Stir-Fried Butternut Squash with Dried Chilli 157
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Sweet Potatoes with Panch Phoran 154
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Sweet Tamarind Chutney 217
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Sweet Yoghurt with Saffron, Cardamom and Pistachios 245
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Tadka Dal 199
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Tamarind or ‘Festival’ Rice 166
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Tomato and Cucumber Chutney 224
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Tribal Chicken Casserole with Tamarind 123
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Tuna Vattichathu 84
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Vegetable Pilau 174
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Venison Stew 129
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Publishers Information

About Gordon Ramsay’s Great Escape: 100 of My Favourite Indian Recipes (UK Edition)

Publisher Web Link: http://www.harpercollins.co.uk/

In his new Channel 4 series TV chef Gordon Ramsay embarks on a culinary journey around India, discovering the breadth and depth of cooking of the country. His new cookbook is packed with the best recipes from his travels, showing you how to cook authentic dishes that are bursting with flavour.

Three-star chef Gordon Ramsay’s favourite food is one that he shares with a lot of Britain - curry. But, until now, he’s never been to India to see how the real thing is cooked. Accompanied by a Channel 4 film crew, Gordon takes the culinary trip of a lifetime to discover real Indian cuisine and share this collection of over 100 of his favourite Indian dishes. As you’d expect from a Michelin-starred chef, Gordon brings his eye for perfection and ability to judge flavours perfectly to his exploration of Indian food and shows us how to cook authentic, mouth-watering dishes from all over this huge and varied country. He visits Kerala deep in the South of India to bring us spicy, coconut-based curries and travels to colourful Rajasthan to learn about the creamy, flavourful dishes of the North. Along the way Gordon experiences the hugely different flavours and spices from the different regions and absorbs local cooking styles and traditions. Throughout his culinary journey, Gordon selects the best of the vast array of Indian spices, now readily available in British supermarkets. He shows us how to use these authentically to produce a beautifully flavoured Indian dish. Gordon Ramsay’s Great Escape includes over 100 recipes in the following sections: Everyday, Entertaining, Quick Lunches and Healthy Dishes. Once Gordon shows you how easy it is to put together authentic Indian dishes, you’ll never look back.  (http://www.harpercollins.co.uk/)

Author Information

About Gordon Ramsay

Author Web Link: http://www.gordonramsay.com/

Scottish by birth, Gordon was brought up in Stratford-upon-Avon, England, from the age of five. With an injury prematurely putting an end to any hopes of a promising career in football, he went back to college to complete a course in hotel management.

Gordon’s first years in the kitchen were spent training under culinary luminaries such as Marco Pierre White and Albert Roux in London, after which he moved to France to work in the kitchens of Guy Savoy and Joël Robuchon for three years, where he was able to enhance his expertise in classic French cooking. In 1993 Gordon became chef of the newly opened Aubergine and within three years the restaurant was awarded two Michelin stars.

In 1998, at the age of 31, Gordon set up his first wholly owned restaurant, Gordon Ramsay, in Chelsea which was awarded three Michelin stars within three years of its launch. Over the next five years Gordon and his team launched some of London’s most high profile restaurants including Gordon Ramsay at Claridge’s, Pétrus and The Savoy Grill.

2003 saw the launch of Gordon’s first international restaurant, Verre, located in the Dubai Hilton Creek Hotel. Gordon Ramsay Holdings now operate a number of restaurants across the globe in New York, LA, Tokyo, Dublin, Doha, Paris, Tuscany, Sardinia and Melbourne.

Between 2004 and 2010 Gordon Ramsay Holdings launched a number of successful restaurants in London including maze and maze Grill, Plane Food at Heathrow T5, York & Albany and two pubs, The Narrow in Limehouse and The Warrington in Maida Vale.

2010 proved to be another busy year with Pétrus reopening in Knightsbridge, and the launch of its first restaurants in Australia, with maze and maze Grill opening at the Crown Entertainment Complex, Melbourne. November 2010 saw the long awaited re-launch of the iconic Savoy Grill, following a refurbishment of the entire hotel.

Gordon has also become a star of the small screen both in the UK and internationally with shows such as Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares, The F Word and Hell’s Kitchen USA. 2010 saw the broadcast of three exciting new television programmes; Masterchef in America and Ramsay’s Best Restaurants and Christmas with Gordon in the UK. Gordon has also published a number of hugely successful books including his autobiography, Humble Pie, which became a bestseller. His most recent recipe books, Ramsay’s Best Menus and Christmas with Gordon, were published by Quadrille in September and November 2010 respectively.

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