The Indian Vegan Kitchen: More Than 150 Quick and Healthy Homestyle Recipes

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Penguin, Oct 6, 2009 - Cooking - 240 pages
The author of New Indian Home Cooking presents a fresh take on Indian recipes for vegans, vegetarians, and anyone who loves Southeast Asian cuisine.

Renowned nutritionist and cooking instructor Madhu Gadia delivers a wonderful new recipe collection that is perfect for vegans looking for fresh ideas, as well as anyone who savors healthy, light recipes that don?t compromise on authenticity. Unlike most Indian vegetarian cookbooks, this unique collection avoids dairy and eggs, highlighting vegetables, and making use of soy products and other simple substitutions. It also offers nutritional analyses, as well as notes on serving, history, and variations.
 

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This is a great cookbook. The recipes are really simple and they list the nutritional info. If you like authentic indian cuisine youll love it! If there were pictures I would have given it 5 stars for sure. Read full review

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Just what I was looking for - a more updated approach to veganizing Indian dishes, with clear explanations and approachable recipes and techniques! I learned a lot before I even started trying the recipes, and everything I've tried is delicious.

Contents

Holistic Cooking
Indian Vegan Recipes
Vegan Nutrition
Equipment
Techniques
The World of Spices
Glossary of Spices and Other Ingredients
Homemade Spice Blends and Basic Recipes
Digesting Beans
Pigeon Peas
Quick Kidney Beans
Blackened Spicy Chickpeas
Quick Chickpea Curry
Black Chickpea Curry
Adzuki Beans
BlackEyed Peas and Potatoes

Garam Masala
Sambhar Powder
Roasted Cumin Powder
Sprouted Mung Beans
Stocking the Pantry
A Nutritionist in the Kitchen
Energy to Go
Fats Matter
LifeSupporting Vitamins Minerals and Phytonutrients
Indian Vegan Superfoods
The Bottom Line
Menus
Snacks
Chaat
Spicy Cashews
Cocktail Peanuts
SpicyCoated Peanuts
BlackEyed Pea Dip
Spicy Papad
RicePeanut Snack Mix
HotSpicy Cereal Mix
Whole Wheat Crackers
Stick Crackers
Instant Steamed Cakes
Mixed VegetableStuffed Pastries
Quick Vegetable Pastries
Mung Bean Fritters
Mixed Vegetable Fritters
Eggplant Fritters
BuckwheatPotato Fritters
MixedBean Cakes
SorghumZucchini Cakes
PeaStuffed Pastries
Mung BeanStuffed Pastries
PotatoPatty Snack
ChickpeaPotato Snack
OrangeGinger Sherbet
Mango Lemonade
Lemonade
BasilGinger Herbal Tea
Pomegranate Tea
Green Mango Drink
SpicySour Drink
Light Meals and Soups
Cracked Wheat Pilaf
Veggie Noodles
Stuffed Mung Bean Pancakes
BuckwheatZucchini Pancakes
Bean Burgers
Veggie Sloppy Joe Sandwiches
Mung Bean Crepes
BeanRice Pancakes
Quick Rice Dumplings
LemonPepper Soup
Spicy Tomato Soup
Curried Potato Soup
Mango Soup
LentilVegetable Soup
Methods of Preparation
Cauliflower and Peppers
Stuffed Cauliflower
Stuffed Banana Peppers
Green Pepper Crumble
Stuffed Baby Eggplant
Mashed Eggplant
Potato Stew
Madras Potatoes
Curried Potatoes
Grilled Vegetables
Grilled Corn
Coconut Curry
Creamy Vegetable Stew
Creamy Mushroom Curry
Curried Mushrooms and Peas
Plantain Stew
Coconut Green Beans
Green Beans and Potatoes
Snow Peas
Kohlrabi
Cabbage Mixed Vegetables
Curried Onions
Carrots and Turnips
Okra and Onions
Stuffed Okra
Stuffed Bitter Melons
Mixed Greens
Seasoned Zucchini
Cooking Dals
Black Gram and Bengal Gram Dal
Bengal Gram and Bottle Gourd
Spinach Bengal Gram Dal
Mixed Three Dals
DalVegetable Stew
GarlicFlavored Mixed Dal
GingerSpinach Pink Lentils
Spinach Sambhar
CoconutVegetable Sambhar
Mung BeanTomato Dal
ZucchiniTomato Dal
Types of Rice
Fluffy Perfect Rice
Reheating Rice
Brown Basmati Rice
Cumin Rice
PeaMushroom Pilaf
Dried Fruit Rice
Black Bean Pilaf
Tomato Rice
BeanVegetable Porridge
Eggplant Rice Pilaf
Tamarind Rice Pilaf
Lemon Rice Noodles
Chickpeas and Rice Noodles
Buckwheat Pilaf
Curried Spinach Couscous
Flatbreads for All Occasions
Grilled Flatbread
Veggie Wrap
Flaxseed Flatbread
PanFried Flatbread
PotatoStuffed Flatbread
OnionStuffed Flatbread
DaikonStuffed Flatbread
Spinach Flatbread
Fried Bread
Sesame Seed Naan
Stretchy Fried Bread
Sorghum Flatbread
MilletPotato Flatbread
Corn Flatbread
Tofu
Soymilk and Soy Yogurt
PeaandTofu Curry
KaleTofu Pilaf
Scrambled Tofu
Soy Granules and Cabbage Snack
Soy Cutlets
CuminCilantro Edamame
CucumberYogurt Sauce
Almond Spicy Drink
Spiced Chai Latte
Mango Yogurt Drink
Tamarind Chutney
Cilantro Chutney
Coconut Chutney
TomatoCoconut Chutney
Instant SweetandSour Chutney
Mango Chutney
CranApple Chutney
CabbagePeanut Salad
OnionGinger Relish
Chickpea Salad
Sprouted Mung Salad
BeetKohlrabi Salad
PeanutMung Salad
CucumberTomato Salad
Types of Desserts Mithai
Crunchy Blossom Pastries
Peanut Brittle
Indian Funnel Cakes
CoconutCream Bananas
Tropical Fruit Salad
Whole Wheat Cookies
Cardamom Cookies
Almond Halwa
Almond Barfi
Doughnut Holes
CoconutMango Rice
Royal Sweet Toast
SugarCoated Pastry Strips
SNACKS CHAAT AND BEVERAGES
VEGETABLES
BEANS LEGUMES AND PULSES DAL
SOY PRODUCTS
DESSERTS
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Born in India, Madhu Gadia is a registered dietitian and a certified diabetes educator. She received her Master of Science in Foods and Nutrition from the University of Illinois. She lives in Ames, Iowa, where she works as a clinical dietitian at an outpatient clinic. Madhu also teaches the art of Indian cooking and has appeared on local television, as well as local and national radio.

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