India's Vegetarian Cooking

India's Vegetarian Cooking

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Drawing on lesser-known regional traditions to introduce new varieties of healthy and exotic Indian cuisine, a collection of 120 vegetarian recipes provides for needs ranging from quick snacks to lavish meals.

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Indian cuisine is one of the most popular forms of cooking in the world today but, as Monisha Bharadwaj shows, the myriad regional varieties of healthy and inspiring recipes of India have yet to be discovered by many Western kitchens. Encompassing the entire range of vegetarian Indian cooking, from the finest Gujarati thalis or choiciest tandoori-cooked foods in the north, to the steaming hot idlis and chutneys of the South, via everything from chapatis to sweets, this is an inexhaustible and indispensable guide. Whether you want a snack, a quick lunch or a lavish meal this book will bring a sense of adventure to your diet and your kitchen.

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Presents a collection of 120 vegetarian recipes that draw on lesser-known regional traditions to introduce new varieties of healthy and exotic Indian cuisine, ranging from quick snacks to lavish meals.

Publisher: [London] : Kyle Books, [2006]
Copyright Date: ©2006
ISBN: 9781904920410
1904920411
Branch Call Number: 641.5636 BHARA
Characteristics: 176 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm
Notes: Includes index

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Amazing recipes!!! Enough said.

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