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Indian cooking for dummies Ebook

An increasing number of people are now cooking Indian food at home. Although curry jar sauces are available in the market, home cooks have realized that they are often too greasy, overly spiced and full of salt; nowhere close to the real thing. Indian Cooking For Dummies will take readers through the steps, secrets and tips through all the regions of India of how to create a perfect, balanced Indian meal at home from scratch.  All 125 recipes will offer suggestions and tips about a key ingredient or what to pair the dish with or make a meal of it.  Recipes will include key elements such as rice, breads, meat, Fish and seafood, poultry, eggs, dairy, lentils and beans, vegetables, snacks and grills, salads and raitas.  Plus chutneys and relishes.  Indian Cooking For Dummies will also offer desserts,  drinks, and highly popular vegetarian dishes.  Eight-page color insert included.

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Chef Monisha Bharadwaj (London, UK) is an award-winning author. Her books have been shortlisted for awards such as the Cordon Bleu World Food Media Awards and Andre Simon Award.  Bharadwaj is a trained chef from the Institute of Hotel Management and is a food consultant to the Times of India (Indias largest media group) creating menus for celebrities such as the deputy Prime Minister of India as well as several top film stars. She was a judge on Iron Chef America (The Food Network, USA- where Chef Mario Batali and Chef Kittichai battled) and cooked for Chef on a Shoestring (CBS Network, USA). In 2007, Vogue India featured her as one of the biggest influences on Indian food in the UK.






Monisha Bharadwaj


John Wiley