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The Indian Cookbook Collection


This collection is an attempt to integrate India's glorious cuisines. Each region has its own special subtle blend of flavours and ingredients for example coconut is used abundantly in coastal cuisines, cereals and pulses in Gujarati and Rajastani cuisine as they are more drier areas as fresh vegetables are not abundantly available throughout the year. This is a collection of cookbooks put together especially for lovers of Indian cuisine.

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Chaat, every Indian is familiar with this word and has tasted chaat in some form or the other! And everyone has tangy tasty memories of the street or locality where they have eaten the most delectable panipuri or pav bhaji. Chaat Cookbook, Papadi, Chaat Masala, Baked Papdis, Sev
Microwave Desi Khana
Number of recipes on Indian food that can be made in the microwave. Microwave Desi Khana book takes you on a culinary tour through every course of an Indian meal. Baby Corn Hara Masala, Moong Dal Khandvi, Tandoori Aloo, Palak Methi Na Muthia, Sabudana Khichdi in Microwave
Cookbook has recipes of traditional and stuffed parathas and quick parathas using ready made chapati and a section on all-in-one parathas. It also has all-time favourite Indian breads like the naans, theplas, bhakris, phulkas etc.
Swadisht Subzian
Essence of Indian cooking revolves around the use of spices. Spices, used to enhance the flavor of the subzi, serve both as appetizers and digestives and are a fundamental part of food preparation. Correct use & blending of the aromatic spices is crucial to the proper preparation of Indian subzian
The Complete Gujarati Cook Book- New Edition
The Complete Gujarati CookBook by Tarla Dalal contains best Gujarati recipe like Panha, Chaas, Buttermilk Recipe, Salted Chaas Recipe, Piyush , Komal, Khatta Dhokla, Gujarati Recipe, Ghughras, Khandvi, Methi Thepla, Dal Dhokli, Oondhiya, Osaman, Toovar Dal Ni Khichdi, Puran Poli, Basundi, Lapsi
Rajasthani Cookbook
Cuisine of Rajasthan resonates with vitality and good cheer, despite the fact that its people have to struggle hard to draw up even the simplest menu from one of the harshest terrains of India. Churma Ladoo, Thandai, Pyaaz ki Kachori, Ker Sangri, Dahiwali Aloo ki Subzi

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