The Joy of Vegetarian Cooking

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Penguin Books, 2000 - Cookery, Inddic - 401 pages
Discover The Joy Of Vegetarian Food

From The Versatile Potato To The More Exotic Avocado, From The Sensuous Aubergine To The Humble Water Chestnut, Vegetables Of Every Flavour And Colour Have Been Brought Together Creatively In This Unusual Cookbook That Has Recipes From Places As Far Flung As Italy, France, Egypt And Australia. The Author, A Widely Travelled Ethnologist, Intersperses The Recipes With Piquant And Often Funny Anecdotes That Bring Alive Little Traditions And Stories About The Cooking And Serving Of Different Kinds Of Vegetables Around The World.

Arranged Alphabetically For Easy Use, The Recipes Are Intended To Save Cooking Time And Energy Without Compromising On Taste. Also Provided Are Sample Menus That Illustrate The Best And Most Nutritious Ways To Design A Healthy, Balanced Diet. From Delicious Soups And Salads To Unusual Sauces, From Different Kinds Of Rice And Roti To Mouthwatering Desserts, This Is Innovative, Exciting Fare Guaranteed To Stimulate Even The Most Jaded Palate. Recipes From Jasleen S Rasoi Include:

Traveller S Soup
Tinda & Mint Salad
Poor Man S Caviar
Avocado Delight
Plantain Upkari
Greek Stewed Beans
Stuffed Cabbage Leaves
Hara Cholia Zabardast
Chaman Mai Nargis
Grilled Tomatoes
Golden Payasam
Mango Delight

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