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Author : Nita Mehta
Price : Rs 89/-
Size : 6½" x 4½"
ISBN : 81-86004-98-x
Pages : 104
  LOW FAT Tasty Recipes

Can you improve your chances for a healthy life by eating? Yes you can; by making the right food choices. It has been proved by medical research that a high-fibre, low fat (only unsaturated fats) and a vegetarian diet goes a long way in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The foods you eat provide more than nourishment and energy; the right diet can help you prevent and fight diseases. But does this mean that you have to eat bland and boiled food all the time? No way! Eat to live. Eat to improve your chances for a long and better life. Make the right food choices and cook it the right way. Cook curries by steaming the onion masala in a pressure cooker instead of the regular way of bhuno-ing (stir frying) it in oil till cooked. Almost oil free, yet delicious curries can now be cooked without a fuss! Choosing the right spice, adding the right amount of spice and also adding the spice at the right time while cooking, is all that matters. The book presents a host of mouth watering and festive recipes for all occasions and all cooked the right way for enjoying a healthier tomorrow!
 
 
Taste of KASHMIR - Jannate Zameen Ka Lajawaab Khaana Tasty Recipes

Kashmiri cuisine is a goldmine of gourmet cooking. The cuisine has a special flavour without having too much of onions, tomatoes and garlic. The special flavour is of fennel seeds (saunf) and dry ginger powder (sonth). The dishes are colourful being red, yellow and white. The red colour is attributed to the special Kashmiri chillies. The popular Kashmiri dishes are - Rista, Roghan Josh, Tabak Maaz, Daniwal Korma, Aab Gosh, Marchwangan Korma and Gushtaba. Kashmiri cooking is fast, simple, yet delicious. I hope you enjoy them thoroughly and while eating them can actually visualise the scenic beauty and exotic pleasures of Kashmir.
 

       
Author : Nita Mehta  
Price : Rs 89/-  
Size : 6½" x 4½"  
ISBN : 81-7676-014-5  
Pages : 104  
 
 
       
Author : A.Kshetrapal
 
Price : Rs 89/-  
Size : 6½" x 4½"  
ISBN : 81-7676-016-1  
Pages : 104  
  Favourite NON VEGETARIAN Dishes

Here are your favourite recipes for chicken, mutton and fish delicacies, prepared with easily available ingredients in a very simple manner. This is an ideal book for the busy woman, as it contains delicious non vegetarian recipes which can be prepared within a short notice. No more dinning out when your family wants to enjoy a scrumptious non vegetarian meal. All that Tandoori chicken requires is, some ginger, garlic, juice of a lemon and a little cream & yoghurt! If you want elaborate meals, there are rich Indian gravies which need 'bhunoing' the meat with some aromatic herbs and a little patience. Exotic Continental dishes like Chicken Maryland, a mouth watering dish is explained in a manner that makes the exotic sounding recipe very simple. You will find this book very handy, ready to satisfy that craving for your favourite non vegetarian foods.
 
 

Taste of GUJARAT - A feast of mouth-watering vegetarian recipes

Gujarati cuisine is a vegetarian gourmet's dream come true. It is a true vegetarian wonder with complete nutrition derived from vegetables prepared in innumerable variations and subtly flavoured with spices. The food like the Gujaratis themselves is simple, practical and down to earth. Gujarati cuisine is primarily vegetarian, the main reason being the influence of Jainism. For the taste of traditional Gujarati cuisine, one has to try the typical Gujarati thali that consists of one variety each of dal and kadhi, two to three vegetables and salad, savories, sweets, puris or phulka rotis, rice, chutneys, pickles and papads. Lunch in a Gujarati home is a feast everyday. Food is mildly flavoured and is pepped up with plenty of hot pickles and chutneys. The savouries or snacks like khaman dhokla or khandavi which are served with the thali are called "Farsan". Sweets are an inevitable part of a Gujarati menu. A Gujarati lunch is generally served with a glass of Chhaas (butter milk). The Gujaratis generally prefer a light dinner, which consists of theplas and pickles or kadhi and khichdi or handvo or bhakri and one vegetable with gravy. The cuisine in South Gujarat is spicy where green chillies add life to the food. They use more sugar in their cooking and as a result the cuisine has a sweet tangy flavour. In Gujarat during winter when green vegetables are available in plenty a delicious vegetable medley called 'Undhiya' is made using potatoes, brinjal, green beans and fenugreek leaf dumplings. This book contains favourite Gujarati recipes all of which have been tried and tested to perfection. Enjoy the 'Taste of Gujarat'!

 

       
Author : Nita Mehta  
Price : Rs 89/-  
Size : 6½" x 4½"  
ISBN : 81-86004-95-5  
Pages : 104  
 
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