The Indian Cook Book: With Vegetarian Recipes from South India

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AuthorHouse, 2005 - Cooking - 176 pages
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This book is all about recipes using vegetables, fruits and other grains which have ample nutritious value and no fat/or low fat and low cholesterol levels forming a healthy diet. All of the recipes given in the book are time tested recipes made from fresh vegetables cultivated or grown in the farms or gardens and used and enjoyed by many of the vegans/vegetable lovers through out the world from a long time. The recipes are easy to prepare. In recent times, the younger generations besides coming from nuclear families with educational and work opportunities, are moving away from their parental families to outside world to start their careers or family life etc. Under these circumstances, it is a rare opportunity to get the first hand information on cooking. First time, a different recipe is given to make curry/chutney powder to use as seasoning in the preparation of some of the recipes as mentioned in this book. By following in those lines, dishes with delicious taste/flavor in a very short time can be prepared different from routine spicy/garam masala or hot pepper taste. A few selected traditional/modern sweet and hot specials are written to prepare on special occasions at home to bring festivity to the occasion like spouse or children's birthdays, graduation or other celebrations fitting to the psychology.

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