I have been reading Madhur Jaffery’s cookbooks for quite sometime now. Her classic cookbooks have always been getting rave reviews world-wide from beginners, experts, gourmet chefs and home cooks as well. Her first cookbook “An invitation to Indian cookery” was written way back in 1973, and since then she has written many cookbooks.
An epitome in popularizing curry recipes in Britain and across the globe, she has carved a niche with her Indian culinary skills. And then there is another prominent side of her multi-dimensional talent, she also happens to be a renowned television artist, having acted in many films.
In 2006 she wrote her childhood memoir “Climbing the Mango Trees”, a beautifully written cookbook engaging all the aspects of food, family gatherings and holidays from her childhood days which she spent in India.
So, when I was contacted to talk about this promotion by Telegraph Media group, UK division, I couldn't resist myself. One thing I would like to emphasize that this is not a paid promotion. In case you all are wondering, it’s just my way of appreciating quality work by a renowned personality whom I admire for her passion and zest towards life.
This weekend Free inside The Telegraph, learn how to make "The perfect Curry" with Madhur Jaffery.The Telegraph are giving away two exclusive booklets packed with more than 40 authentic recipes.
Learn how to cook show-stopping dishes with minimal fuss.
Visit www.telegraph.co.uk/Madhur-Jaffrey for more details.