The Ultimate Dal Cookbook

Author: Mona Verma

Publisher: N.A


Category: Cooking

Page: 112

View: 5580

No Indian meal is complete without dal. It may be the dal tadka so popular in the north or the fiery sambhar of the south. It may be served as main course or side relish, soup or salad or even sweet, but breakfast, lunch, teatime or dinner, dal in some form or the other is almost an imperative. Which is why this book is a must-have for every cook and lover of good food. In it are recipes that will help you serve up dals of every sort: everyday ones to accompany your usual rice and roti diet, unusual one-dish meals made of a sumptuous mix of dal and vegetables, rich meat and lentil combinations to spice up your non-vegetarian table and lots of snacks and sweets made from different kinds of dal to round off a meal or just add zest to your child s lunch or picnic box.Recipes include Mixed sprout salad with mango and honey Moong aur chana dal samosé (Lentil-filled pastries) Chana dal aur tamatar ki bhel (Tangy Bengal gram with tomatoes) Ankurit moong kadhi (Sprouted green beans with curd curry) Rasedar lobia tari (Cowpea curry) Dal kofte palak ke saath (Mixed lentil kofta with spinach) Dal ande aur palak ki tikki (Mixed lentils, egg and spinach cutlets) Moong dal poori (Poori with green beafilling) Bhune chane ke ladoo (Roasted Bengal gram sweet) Chana aur tuvar dal puranpoli (Bengal gram and pigeon pea cake)

The Complete Gujarati Cookbook

Author: Tarla Dalal

Publisher: Sanjay & Co

ISBN: 9788186469453

Category: Cooking

Page: 132

View: 4340

Gujaratis Have Perhaps Truly Perfected The Art Of Vegetarian Cooking. This Book Is An Attempt To Document Classic Gujarati Recipes From The Basic Dals And Kadhis To The More Complicated And Difficult Recipes Like The Mohanthaal.

The Lean Indian Cookbook

Author: Smitha Patel

Publisher: Gottfried & Fritz


Category: Cooking

Page: N.A

View: 8019

What ever happened to good old-fashioned home cookin’? Canned foods, boxed mixes and frozen dinners have created a new convenience that many of us have come to depend on. All of our most cherished foods come ready-made, like ice cream, mayonnaise and bread, and we hardly ever realize that such things can be made at home. In recent years, people have become more conscious of health and fitness, partly to cure some of the problems that such food has produced, and partly because of the culture. It’s often a “quick fix” for the problems associated with our sedentary lifestyles in the work place and at home. In theory, such lifestyles are great, but, in practice, they become much more difficult to maintain. Most health issues start in the kitchen and in the supermarket. If people cooked more often for themselves, and cooked leaner, the culture of food would have a new meaning. This new fitness-focused lifestyle and our new consciousness about the foods we eat has induced some changes in the cultural status, and the meaning, of traditional cuisine; it’s all taking place outside the range of vision of nutritionists, ethnographers and columnists writing on healthy eating. Few actually seem aware that the traditional concerns about about the ethnography of food—the cooked and the raw, the pure and the polluted, the commensurable and its absence, the sanctified and the profane—have merged now with a new, more fluid politics of food. This new self-awareness has introduced a new sub-culture of food within certain culinary traditions—the sub-culture of healthy eating, while maintaining cultural traditions. In our Lean Series of cookbooks, we sought to make some of the most culturally-iconic dishes healthy again.

The Foolproof Cookbook

For Brides, Bachelors & Those Who Hate Cooking

Author: Rohini Singh

Publisher: Hay House, Inc

ISBN: 9381398194

Category: Cooking

Page: 180

View: 9691

Over 2,60,000 copies sold. Updated and Enlarged Edition in Full Color. Taken from Rohini Singh’s early experiences in the kitchen, this book is for all those venturing into the culinary arena for the fi rst time: brides, bachelors and others new to Indian cuisine. The book is detailed, precise and caring about the novice who may be shy to ask how to get started. Right from tips on how to equip your kitchen, to step by step instructions about basic processes: kneading dough, making chapattis, cutting and chopping vegetables, to menu planning for Simple Everyday Cooking, she guides you through your first baby steps. As you grow and the book turns to Holiday Cooking, she introduces recipes for specialties from across the globe: a Thai curry,moussaka, salads and soups. More quick, one-dish meals follow in the section For Those Who Hate Cooking. Newly added in this edition, Offi ce Lunches and Tea Time Snacks complete the repertoire. There are plenty of soups and the ‘happily ever after’ end to meals, just desserts! Essential armor for all those setting up home, and seeking to place tasty food ‘like mother makes’ on the table, this book is sure to be stained and splotched with happy memories! The best gift you can give yourself or a friend in the same situation!

My Great Indian Cookbook

Author: Vikas Khanna

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 8184757980

Category: Cooking

Page: 252

View: 8674

‘I always believe that every grain and every dish has a memory of comfort, families and celebrations.’ CHEF VIKAS KHANNA An authority on eclectic cuisine, and with an experience of over twenty years, Chef Vikas Khanna brings together the most delicious recipes from his travels across India. From Bharwan Murgh to Parda-Nashin Kebabs, Surat Patra to Fanasachi Bhaaji, and from Shirazi Pulao to Bepadiya Rotli, there are recipes to suit every palate and preference. Celebrating the richness and variety of Indian cooking, Vikas shares exclusive recipes for delectable starters, lip-smacking chutneys and achars, and mouth-watering desserts made on special occasions. With more than 130 easy-to-prepare recipes and heart-warming anecdotes from the farthest corners of India, the Michelin Star chef takes you along in his culinary journey from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, from Rajasthan to West Bengal. You are sure to experience the same magic he felt as he put the recipes together, one beautiful region at a time.

Curry Cookbook - Traditional Punjabi Dishes - Jay Rai's Indian Kitchen

करी व्यंजनों

Author: Jay Rai

Publisher: Springwood emedia

ISBN: 1476489203

Category: Cooking

Page: N.A

View: 3796

'Jay Rai's Kitchen', series of Asian cookbooks is her collection of favourite recipes which she has had prepared for her organised events and family functions. Her cookbooks which were published in November 2011 are a variety of curry cookbooks from regions of Asia. Jay is currently concentrating on her business but will produce more titles in the future.

Oh! Calcutta-Cookbook

Author: Anjan Chatterjee

Publisher: Random House India

ISBN: 8184004567

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 178

View: 4036

Calcutta has always been Bengal’s kitchen. This is the city where the distinctive and subtle cuisine of Bengal has met and danced with culinary influences from all over the world, brought in by wave after wave of colonizing rulers. Calcutta’s cuisine has been enriched by cooking methods, styles, ingredients and tastes from countries as far apart as China and Britain, from cultures as dissimilar as Mughal and Dutch, and cooking styles as varied as Avadhi and Syrian. The restaurant Oh! Calcutta captures this unique cuisine, serving flavours and tastes per-fected over generations. With the signature recipes in this book, you can recreate these unforgettable dishes in your own kitchen and enjoy the delicious legacy of a city that keeps reinventing itself.

The Ultimate Rice Cooker Cookbook

250 No-fail Recipes for Pilafs, Risotto, Polenta, Chilis, Soups, Porridges, Puddings, and More, from Start to Finish in Your Rice Cooker: Easyread Lar

Author: Beth Hensperger


ISBN: 1458769585

Category: Cooking

Page: 540

View: 5116

Rice cookers are perfect for how we cook today - versatile and convenient, they have one-button technology, don't take up much counter space, and are a breeze to clean. And they can do so much more than produce foolproof rice, beans, and grains. The Ultimate Rice Cooker Cookbook shows you how to make everything from Thai Curried Rice to Chocolate Pots de Creme with Poached Fresh Cherries, from Breakfast Barley to Turkey Chili with Baby White Beans.

Deliciously Ella

Genial gesundes Essen für ein glückliches Leben

Author: Ella Mills (Woodward)

Publisher: eBook Berlin Verlag

ISBN: 382707858X

Category: Cooking

Page: 256

View: 8718

Ella Woodward sagt von sich, sie sei ein Zuckermonster gewesen, das nicht kochen konnte. Doch dann befiel sie die Nervenkrankheit POTS, und niemand konnte ihr helfen. Erst als sie ihre Ernährung umstellte, kam sie langsam wieder auf die Beine. Seither ernährt sie sich ausschließlich vegan und glutenfrei, aber das so köstlich und rundum wohltuend, dass ihr Millionen Menschen auf der ganzen Welt nacheifern. Denn ob sie mit einem Mango-Cashew-Smoothie Energie tankt, ob sie Paranuss-Pasta mit Rucola-Pesto kocht und zum Nachtisch Bananeneis serviert, nicht zu reden von ihren legendären Süßkartoffel-Brownies - stets laden ihre fantasievollen, einfachen Rezepte zum Nachmachen ein. »Bei Deliciously Ella geht es nicht darum, zu hungern oder sich zu kasteien. Es geht darum, den Körper mit vollwertigem Essen zu versorgen, damit man sich dauerhaft rundum lebendig fühlt und das Leben voll und ganz genießen kann. Denn kommt es nicht einzig und allein darauf an?«


Ein Kochbuch

Author: Anthony Bourdain

Publisher: Riva Verlag

ISBN: 3959716672

Category: Cooking

Page: 304

View: 4362

In Appetites stellt Anthony Bourdain seine Lieblingsgerichte vor, die ihm schon während seiner Kindheit, später in seiner Karriere als Koch und natürlich auf seinen Reisen ans Herz gewachsen sind. Doch Appetites ist weit mehr als ein Kochbuch. Es ist ein Kunstwerk. Ein Manifest. Eine Reflexion über das (richtige) Leben und ein Schlachtplan für die Küche, der dabei hilft, Gäste mit atemberaubender Effizienz in Schrecken zu versetzen. Die Fotos sind rebellisch, frech, ungeschönt, unkonventionell. Sie zeigen, wie es in einer Küche wirklich zugeht, und zelebrieren Bourdains Bad-Boy-Image auf schaurig-schöne Weise. Die Gerichte schmecken dennoch fantastisch und sollten – in Bourdains Augen – wirklich von jedem gekocht werden können.

A Modern Way to Eat

Über 200 vegetarische und vegane Rezepte für jeden Tag

Author: Anna Jones

Publisher: Mosaik Verlag

ISBN: 3641173698

Category: Cooking

Page: 360

View: 2370

Raffiniert leichte vegetarische Küche! Bewusst genießen, ohne stundenlang am Herd zu stehen – Anna Jones' leichte, frische Rezepte passen perfekt zur modernen Lebensweise. Ihre raffinierten Kreationen erkunden die Vielfalt des saisonalen Angebots und bieten neue Geschmackserlebnisse. So bringt sie einen neuen Dreh in die vegetarische Küche mit Gerichten, die gesund und lecker sind, satt und einfach glücklich machen, wie: • Blaubeer-Amaranth-Porridge für einen guten Start in den Tag, • Rote-Bete-Curry mit Hüttenkäse zum Lunch, • Safran-Ratatouille zum Abendessen, • jede Menge Ideen für Desserts, Kuchen, Brot und Chutneys, • und zahlreichen veganen und glutenfreien Alternativen. Einfach gut essen!