From Mom With Love

Author: Pushpa Bhargava
Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group
ISBN: 0976185121
Size: 19.88 MB
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From Mom With Love from the Author: Pushpa Bhargava. Provides a collection of recipes for breakfast and brunch dishes, snacks, side dishes, dals, breads, rice dishes, non-vegetarian dishes, pickles, chutneys, condiments, drinks, and desserts.

Classical Indian Cooking 2

Author: BookSumo Press
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781537562711
Size: 67.72 MB
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Classical Indian Cooking 2 from the Author: BookSumo Press. All of India in 1 Cookbook. This is Classical Indian Cooking Part 2 Get your copy of the best Indian recipes from BookSumo Press! In Classical Indian Cooking Part 2 you will find over 45 of the most delicious and simple Indian dishes. From vegetarian curries to delicious ways of cooking lamb and salmon this cookbook will take you from complete novice to master Indian chef quickly and easily. Every recipe includes: serving information, caloric and nutritional information, as well as exact timing information for how long each recipe will take! Here is a Preview of the Classical Indian Recipes You Will Learn: Ginger Coriander Spicy Stew Pot Pies Indian Style Mumbai Breakfast Chennai Style Rice Pilaf Shrimp Andhra Mediterranean Asian Stovetop Lamb Punjabi Style Lentils Cashew and Clove Rice Paneer Kerala Salmon Hyderabadi Stuffed Eggplant Chai for Chatting Curry Russets Indian Style Basmaati Rice 101 Much, much more! Remember that the style of cooking used in this cookbook is effortless. So even though the recipes will be unique and great tasting, creating them will take minimal effort! Also remember you will learn some great contemporary Indian recipes this will new and unique! Related Searches: indian cookbook, indian recipes, indian curry, curry dishes, indian food, indian dishes, how to cook indian food

Classic Indian Cooking

Author: Julie Sahni
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0688037216
Size: 17.49 MB
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Classic Indian Cooking from the Author: Julie Sahni. This extraordinary cookbook, Classic Indian Cooking, amounts to a complete course in Indian cuisine. Elucidated by over 100 line drawings, it systematically introduces the properties of all the basic spices and special ingredients of Indian food, then explains the techniques employed in using them, always with the help of comparisons to familiar Western methods. It is immediately obvious that Indian food is rich and varied, yet not difficult to prepare. The cooking principles are basic and wellknown. The utensils needed are few and simple. As Julie Sahni says, "If you know how to fry, there are few tricks to Indian food." Every recipe has been especially designed for the American kitchen -- practically all the ingredients can be found in any American supermarket and there are scores of time-saving shortcuts with the food processor and handy directions for ahead-of-time preparation. Following a lively and absorbing introduction to the history of India's classic Moghul cuisine, Julie guides the cook through the individual components that make up an Indian meal. She begins with delicious appetizers like Crab Malabar and Hyderabad lime soup; continues through main courses, both nonvegetarian and vegetarian (this book is a treasure trove for the non-meat eater); goes on to all the side dishes and traditional accompaniments, from spinach raita and lentils with garlic butter to saffron pilaf and whole wheat flaky bread; and ends with the glorious desserts, like Ras Malai, sweetmeats, and beverages. Clear, illustrated, step-by-step instructions accompany the cook through every stage, even for making the many wondrous Indian breads, both by hand and with the food processor. And at the end of each recipe are balanced serving suggestions for every kind of meal, Among the many special features are ideas for appropriate wines, a useful spice chart, a complete glossary (which might also come in handy when ordering in Indian restaurants), and a mailorder shopping guide that will make Indian spices accessible anywhere. Most important, Julie Sahni imparts the secrets to mastering the art of Indian cooking. Even the beginner will quickly learn to move within the classic tradition and improvise with sureness and ease. Julie Sahni has written a masterpiece of culinary instruction, as readable as it is usable, a joy to cook from, a fascination to read.

An Invitation To Indian Cooking

Author: Madhur Jaffrey
Publisher: Knopf
ISBN: 0307957853
Size: 65.84 MB
Format: PDF
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An Invitation To Indian Cooking from the Author: Madhur Jaffrey. The classic guide to the foods of India—and a James Beard Foundation Cookbook Hall of Fame inductee—from the “godmother of Indian cooking” (The Independent on Sunday). The book that introduced the rich and fascinating cuisine of India to America and a landmark work of culinary literature, An Invitation to Indian Cooking makes clear just how extraordinarily subtle, varied, and delicious the food of the subcontinent can be. From formal recipes for parties to the leisurely making of dals, pickles, and relishes, Jaffrey’s “invitation” has proved irresistible for generations of American home cooks.

India Food And Cooking

Author: Pat Chapman
Publisher: New Holland Publishers
ISBN: 9781845376192
Size: 21.53 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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India Food And Cooking from the Author: Pat Chapman. Indian food is the world's most ancient cuisine, unique in its remarkable use of spices. Pat Chapman has fashioned a fascinating and evocative tribute to Indian cooking, filled with gorgeous and colorful photos, engaging stories, historical details, tips on utensils, ingredients, and preparation?and delicious recipes. With 200 mouthwatering dishes to choose from?including Aromatic Roast Lamb, Mustard-Spiced Prawns & Monkfish, and Vegetable Biriani?readers will be able to sample the country's culinary diversity and its distinctive regional specialties.

Healthy Gourmet Indian Cooking

Author: Arvinda Chauhan
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1403339368
Size: 70.15 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Healthy Gourmet Indian Cooking from the Author: Arvinda Chauhan. THE GODHEAD begins in 1953, with the assignment of two unlikely heroes to investigate an accusation made by the French governors of Indo-China that an American agency had been shipping arms to the anti-French guerrillas. But the investigation transcends into a quest that includes a foundation for all religious thought and a basis for all human action. The erratic investigation expands across three continents and touches on two separate wars over a period of four years, unraveling a CIA-NSC debacle, which in many ways is reminiscent of the Iran-Contra situation, except on a hugely more pivotal scale. The plot outlines the opposition of the United States to the re-establishment of the French colonial empire, and the results lead to some rather wild questions about our early activities in that part of the world. G-2 does not really intend for these men to discover anything, but they pick the wrong people for this purpose. Sergeant Marion Ramirez Apollo, ex-street fighter and the product of a one-night romance between a married Scottish physics professor and a Mexican-American waitress, is assigned because of his familiarity with the Kumsong region of Korea, where the investigation begins. The lieutenant who accompanies him is the sergeant's opposite: Kim Chau Dao comes from the landlord class in Indo-China and goes along because his father, the Defense Minister under the emperor Bao Dai, is the official who required the investigation. The underlying quest arises from the teachings of Chau's sister, Dao My Linh, a student priest of a Taoist/Buddhist sect of Southeast Asia, the Cao. When assaults by the arms dealers and pressure from the Army begin, this philosophy, the love that develops between her and the Apollo, and the fatal sacrifice of Dao himself, all force Apollo toward a possibly fatal decision. He must stand by himself, even against those who command him, based on this new concept of purpose and sacrifice.

The Complete Cooking For Two Cookbook

Author: America's Test Kitchen
Publisher: America's Test Kitchen
ISBN: 1940352037
Size: 80.29 MB
Format: PDF
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The Complete Cooking For Two Cookbook from the Author: America's Test Kitchen. 50 Recipes for EVERYTHING You'll Ever Want to Make. Because smaller families shouldn't have to rely on recipes built for four or six, America's Test Kitchen has reengineered 650 of our best recipes to serve just two. Over the years we've discovered that scaling down a recipe isn't as simple as cutting the ingredients in half—cooking times, temperatures, and equipment need to be adapted as well. This comprehensive cookbook takes the guesswork out of cooking for two so you can be sure that anything you want to make—from Classic Beef Stew to Lasagna to a mini batch of Fudgy Brownies or a Fluffy Yellow Layer Cake—will come out right (and perfectly proportioned) every time. We'll also give you options when you're short on time. 150 recipes, including Chicken Saltimbocca and Pan-Seared Rib-Eye Steaks with Sweet-Tart Red Wine Sauce, can be on the table in 30 minutes or less. For those times when you want healthier fare, we've provided more than 100 recipes labeled "Light" such as Provencal Vegetable Soup and Poached Shrimp Salad with Avocado and Grapefruit, each with nutritional information listed in an easy-to-read chart in the back of the book. And we include chapters on for-two slow cooking, grilling, and baking pies, quick breads, cakes, and cookies. A 25-page manual teaches the basics of cooking for two, including clever shopping strategies to reduce waste, smart storage tricks help extend freshness of key ingredients, and our picks for the most useful kitchen equipment for any two-person household.

The Indian Slow Cooker

Author: Anupy Singla
Publisher: Agate Publishing
ISBN: 9781572846708
Size: 52.78 MB
Format: PDF
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The Indian Slow Cooker from the Author: Anupy Singla. This unique guide to preparing Indian food using classic slow-cooker techniques features more than 50 recipes, beautifully illustrated with full-color photography throughout. These great recipes take advantage of the slow cooker's ability to keep food moist through its long cooking cycle, letting readers create dishes with far less oil and saturated fat than in traditional recipes. Anupy Singla shows the busy, harried family that cooking healthy is simple and that cooking Indian is just a matter of understanding a few key spices. Her "Indian Spices 101" chapter introduces readers to the mainstay spices of an Indian kitchen, as well as how to store, prepare, and combine them in different ways. Among her 50 recipes are all the classics — specialties like dal, palak paneer, and gobi aloo — and also dishes like butter chicken, keema, and much more. The result is a terrific introduction to making healthful, flavorful Indian food using the simplicity and convenience of the slow cooker.

Indian Cooking Traditions

Author: Nina Kaul
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1477181261
Size: 36.75 MB
Format: PDF
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Indian Cooking Traditions from the Author: Nina Kaul. For Nina Kaul, food isn’t just eating or entertaining, it’s how she shows love. Her food isn’t just creativity mixed with tradition, it’s a story and a smile. She wants to impart Indian history through her food to her readers. She is a loving mom who passes and shows love to her family and friends through food. Traveling and living in many different countries has given her the opportunity to learn and believe that food indeed brings different cultures together. With that desire she hopes and wishes that her readers will enjoy and have fun cooking from her book. This book isn’t just meant to help you cook a great Indian dinner, but also a way to share creativity, tradition, stories, smiles and love.

Mini North Indian Cooking

Author: Devagi Sanmugam
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
ISBN: 1462911137
Size: 56.25 MB
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Mini North Indian Cooking from the Author: Devagi Sanmugam. Flavorful and aromatic, Indian food boasts many health benefits in addition to being delicious. Indian cooking is known worldwide for its use of diverse and distinctive spices, creating colorful and flavorful dishes. Northern Indian cuisine is characterized by its use of spices, dairy, and wheat based staples. North Indian Cooking contains everything you need to create over 40 easy and authentic north Indian favorites. This cookbook contains instructions for a wide variety of breads, chutneys, salads, desserts, seafood, meat, poultry, rice, soup, and vegetables. Recipes include: Tandoori Naan Ketchumbar Sweet lassi Prawn biryani Chicken tikka Saffron rice Yoghurt soup Fragrant dal curry And many more! Also included are unit conversion tables, dual measurements, over 35 clear photos, and an overview of basic north Indian ingredients for creating authentic and appetizing Indian favorites. Each recipe includes cook time, prep time, and serving sizes. Enjoy!