Zero Oil Cookbook
Cut down on calories, yet not on taste by omitting
oil, butter or ghee altogether in your favourite
dishes. Use skimmed or toned milk wherever milk
is required. Even paneer and dahi used in the recipes
should be prepared from toned or skimmed milk. The
recipes in the book being delicious would be relished
by all and would prove especially useful to heart
patients as well as obese people.
Menus - From around the world
Here is help to plan
an exciting dinner, very dirrerent
from the routine. Choose a complete
Italian, Thai, Mexican, Indian or
an English dinner form the ready-to-use
menus offered here. I have
taken care to ensure that the menu
is complete, balanced and time saving.
- Non-Vegetarian Khaana
Mughlai cooking has occupied a very
important place in every Indian household.
Though it is a legacy of the Mughals,
Mughlai cooking is a part of almost
all Indian festivals and celebrations.
Mughlai cuisine stands apart as the
empress of the Indian range of cooking.
Mughlai cooking lays stress on good
ingredients, low flame and rich spices.
Another important aspect of this type
of cooking is that the spicing of the
meat dishes brings out the flavour of
the meat. Goat meat is generally used
in most of the meat dishes though chicken
is also used to prepare delicious curries
& masalas. Chicken Biryani is a
delicacy too. Mughlai cuisine is a combination
of flavours and seasonings, the variety
of flavours being created by roasting
or grinding whole spices or combining
spices, seasoning and fresh herbs, to
create distinctive and delicious culinary
Bhangra & folk music
is top International chartbuster.
The cuisine is catching
up fast. It has become
extremely popular in various
parts of India. The exuberant
and enterprising Punjabis
have made their cuisine
available and popular
in various parts of the
world as well. Punjab
is a land of plenty, plenty
foodgrains, plenty of
vegetables - the ideal
place to be in to enjoy
culinary delights. Punjabis
are robust and strong
people and enjoy everything
they do and they are good
eaters. Their food is
rich and extremely delicious.
The recipes presented
in this book include popular
dishes of Punjab made
by following easy step
by step instructions.
Satisfy your palate with
the very popular Makki
Di Roti te Sarson Da Saag
or Sabat Maanh te Chawal.
Round it off with Gur
Te Badaam De Laddu or
Jalebi Te Rabri. Enjoy
the richly satisfying
Lassi Malai Mar ke or
relish the light appetizing
Poodina Jeera Paani or
Punjabi Kanji. Try out
over 50 mouth watering
recipes given in this
book and serve Punjab
on your dinning table
through your kitchen.