On the Butter Chicken Trail: A Moti Mahal Cookbook

By: Monish Gujral

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On the Butter Chicken Trail: A Moti Mahal Cookbook visiting Delhi and not going to Moti Mahal is like going to Agra and not visiting the Taj Mahal, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad to the Shah of Iran who was on an official visit to India. From the famed kitchens of the legendary Moti Mahal restaurant comes the Moti Mahal Cookbook: On the Butter Chicken Trail, replete with the original recipes of their signature dishes. Kundan Lal Gujral, the founder of Moti Mahal, not only created the tandoori chicken, he invented the makhani gravy "The mother of North Indian gravies" to transform the succulent tandoori chicken into the delectable butter chicken, a star staple of the Moti Mahal repertoire. Chicken tikka masala followed and Indian cuisine was on the world map. These recipes along with a plethora of popular new dishes recently introduced in the restaurant as well as a wide range of vegetarian dishes, have been selected by Monish Gujral, Kundan Lal's grandson. With a special focus on kabab recipes, be they of chicken, mutton, seafood, cottage cheese or vegetables, this book is a must-buy for those who cannot resist recreating Printed Pages: 200.

Title: On the Butter Chicken Trail: A Moti Mahal Cookbook

Author Name: Monish Gujral

Categories: Cookery & Cuisine, India,

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Penguin:

ISBN: 0143419862

ISBN 13: 9780143419860

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: New

Seller ID: 039995

Keywords: On the Butter Chicken Trail: A Moti Mahal Cookbook