In my exploration of the World’s cuisines, I turned my attention to Indian cuisine. And just as with every new topic, I find a book that will help me with the first steps. I have to try out a few more recipes before making the final judgement, but for now, Anupy Singla’s book Indian for everyone is proving very useful.
For a noob like me, the recipe is quite elaborate, but I am sure that seasoned Indian chefs would consider it easy. I will not copy here the two densely packed pages of detailed instructions. Instead, I promise to be in search of patterns, things that are in common to many Indian recipes, just as a mirepoix is for my everyday recipes.
One general comment was that I thought the chickpeas were a bit al dente, despite being cooked for over an hour. Perhaps next time, a pressure cooker will be needed.