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Anglo-Indian Cuisine

From 1860 to the current decade, Anglo-Indian cuisine has enjoyed a well-documented history. The cookbooks have been authored primarily by settlers from the British Raj and their descendants, and are evidence of the attempt to preserve traditional British recipes alongside incorporating Indian dishes according to their taste. The adoption of the curry and the Mulligatawny soup into several of the cookbooks mentioned below serve as a testament to this fact.

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