Grandma's Favourite Vegetarian Recipes: From the Kitchens of Brij Rani Burman

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HarperCollins Publishers, India, 2004 - Cookery, Indic - 124 pages
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A Grandmother S Legacy&Traditional Recipes That Would Otherwise Have Been Lost To Future Generations& Mrs. Brij Rani Burman Used No Garlic Or Onion In Her Recipes. She Cooked Intuitively, As She Had Been Taught By Two Generations Of Elders Before Her, Distilling Over 200-Year-Old Culinary Knowledge And Expertise In Each Dish. And Her Range Was Phenomenal. From Simple Recipes For A Diversity Of Snacks That We Routinely Buy From Shops Kachoris, Matthism Kalmi Bare, Dhokla And All Kinds Of Chaat To The Vegetable Section, Which Teaches You Simple Touches To Make Everyday Vegetable Special, And A Section On Desserts Which Will Leave You Competent To Cook All Kinds Of Mouthwatering Halwas, Kheers, Phirnis Laddoos, Sandesh And More, This Coke Book Is An Invaluable Treasury Of Recipes Of Traditional, Yet Novel Cooking. There Is A Superb Selection Of Pickles And Preserves, An Area Of Cooking Most Of Us No Longer Time For. Painstakingly Tried Out And Presented In A Simple, Modern Format By Rohini Singh, An Acknowledged Culinary Expert, This Book Is Sure To Enhance Your Repertoire And Liven Up Your Mealtimes!

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Contents

Snacks and Breakfast Dishes
9
Dhokla
15
JhaalMuri
21
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