New Indian Home Cooking by Madhu Gadia (2000, Paperback)

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Overview "Gadia brings quintessential Indian dishes like specialty breads and tandoori chicken within easy reach of the home cook." —Publishers Weekly "Healthful Indian recipes aplenty...a welcome addition to any kitchen." —India Currents "Gadia conveys both a love of her cultural heritage and down-to-earth, easily understood guidelines for healthy eating. A sound resource on Indian cooking from a dietary standpoint." —Booklist New Indian Home Cooking features more than 100 quick and easy-to-prepare recipes—from appetizers to desserts—plus: sample meal plans • time-saving tips • vegetarian meals • nutritional analysis for each recipe • a glossary of cooking terms and ingredients • and more... Recipes include • Samosas and Naan • Subji Biriyani (vegetable-rice casserole) • Masoor Dal (lentil soup) • Tandoori Tari (barbecued chicken) • Machhi Kali Mirch (baked fish with black pepper) • Rogan Josh (lamb in yogurt sauce) • Pudina Chutney (mint chutney) • Kheer (rice pudding) • and more

Specifications

  • ISBN-13: 9781557883438
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/28/2000
  • Edition description: 1 ED
  • Pages: 272
  • Sales rank: 301,587
  • Product dimensions: 7.67 (w) x 9.28 (h) x 0.71 (d)

Reviews (2)

  • Anonymous
    12 years, 4 months ago at Barnes & Noble

    5.0 / 5.0

    What a delight to find an Indian cookbook filled with wonderful recipes that don't take three+ hours to prepare and aren't laden with fat! I can whip up these recipes with one hand, bathe my kid with the other, and still be ready to sit down and eat in less than an hour. Yum. Read Madhur Jaffrey's _Indian Cooking_ for the theory, then pick up this book and start cooking.

  • Anonymous
    13 years, 7 months ago at Barnes & Noble

    5.0 / 5.0

    This book has got it all -- great recipes, interesting supplementary information and nutritional analysis for each dish. The explanations of various spices and dals are very helpful, and the diabetic/dietetic exchanges given for each recipe (the author is a registered dietitian) make meal planning a breeze for anyone using that system.