Good Cooking from India
Good Cooking from India takes a natural approach to cooking with 200 Indian recipes that contain no salt and no sugar and include whole grains. You can use this cookbook to duplicate a fabulous Bombay curry and serve it with an aromatic rice dish from New Delhi that will delight your family and friends.
Format: Hardcover with dust jacket, 279 pages
Publisher: Gramercy Publishing Company
Author: Shahnaz Mehta and Joan Bravo Korenblit
Description: Good cooking from India contains a collection of delicious and healthful recipes from centuries-old cuisine that offers:
- 200 all-natural recipes featuring whole grains, no salt, no sugar
- More than a dozen suggested menus for family meals and party dinners
- New ideas for flavoring with herbs and spices
- Fascinating and amusing reminiscences about life in India -- festivals, shopping in bazaars, travel and family relationships
Here is something for everyone, from soups and salads, to meat, fish, poultry, and vegetable dishes, from snacks to desserts -- an authentic and wonderful culinary journey into another culture.
Condition: Jacket has minor crease and sliver-sized tear on back. Further good condition.
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