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Indian Vegetarian Cooking: At Your House (Healthy World Cuisine) Paperback – January 1, 1995
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I have found every recipe to be delicious and easy to cook. Indian food used to be a treat we had only at restaurants, but now it is something we eat regularly at home.
Two of the old reliables from this book I make again and again are mung bean curry, which is especially nice here, since mung beans are available everywhere in Taiwan; and carrot salad, with cilantro and peanuts. I plan to include it in this year's Christmas dinner - it is refreshing, delightful - and *simple*! The various halvas in the dessert section look mouthwatering as well.
The success rate of dishes made from this book is 100% so far, so I will certainly continue to try new ones. We're lucky to have an Indian grocery in Taipei, but the ingredients for most recipes are quite simple and straightforward, once you have a stock of the basic spices. One little thing - you may need to get used to new terms for certain ingredients, e.g. "hing" for asafoetida.
The cover is very pretty and perky, and the page design is clean and comfortable, though I feel the redundant listing of ingredients in the outer margin isn't really necessary.
Another thing that endears me to this book is knowing it is the product of American-Indian cooperation, between two friends.Read more ›
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I use this book a lot for quickie Indian recipes. These ladies' methods are very straightforward for the beginner who is apprehensive about all the spices as I was at first. Read morePublished 22 months ago by SV
I am enjoying the book very much. It is very informative. Good basic meals that will stick to your bones.Published on May 16, 2014 by IRL
This is an excellent book. It's simple to use . Even if there are no pictures, there are great recipies that are not too difficult to follow. Read morePublished on January 4, 2013 by Leonard Kern
I browse through this book for recipe ideas - they are simple and delicious while having something for each occasionPublished on November 25, 2012 by Anonymous
Not sure if it's a complete lack of pictures or even short explanations of the dish, but I find this book completely uninspiring. Read morePublished on November 23, 2008 by Jelena V.P.
This cookbook is easy to understand and the ingrediants are fairly easy to obtain. Great cookbook!Published on November 16, 2008 by Martha G
This book has absolutely no pics. Kinda boring to look at, but does offer a lot of doable recipes.Published on February 25, 2008 by P. Ganesa
Excellent cook book, provides basics for iondian cooking and sources for obtaining unique spices for recipesPublished on February 8, 2008 by Michael J. Wallis
I found the book very easy to follow.
The Receipts are simple but very testy.