Indian in 6: 100 Irresistible Recipes That Use 6 Ingredients or Less

Indian in Irresistible Recipes That Use Ingredients or Less Indian food is often perceived as too complicated and too time consuming to cook at home But for the most part modern home cooking in India is quite simple In Indian in award winning food writer M

  • Title: Indian in 6: 100 Irresistible Recipes That Use 6 Ingredients or Less
  • Author: Monisha Bharadwaj
  • ISBN: 9781904920168
  • Page: 340
  • Format: Paperback
  • Indian food is often perceived as too complicated and too time consuming to cook at home But, for the most part, modern home cooking in India is quite simple In Indian in 6 award winning food writer Monisha Bharadwaj shows just how easy it is to create delectable Indian food that is authentic while also virtually effortless Each of Monisha s exciting Indian dishes usesIndian food is often perceived as too complicated and too time consuming to cook at home But, for the most part, modern home cooking in India is quite simple In Indian in 6 award winning food writer Monisha Bharadwaj shows just how easy it is to create delectable Indian food that is authentic while also virtually effortless Each of Monisha s exciting Indian dishes uses just 6 ingredients or less, with the only store cupboard ingredients required being vegetable oil, salt and ginger garlic paste She uses simple and healthy cooking methods to bring the rich flavours of the sub continent to your table, in a matter of minutes, and Gus Filgate s sumptuous photographs bring the dishes to vibrant life Try a Creamy Spinach and Coconut Soup or Chilli Tiger Prawns with Sesame Seeds as a starter For a main course, you could have Creamy Silver Lamb Curry or Tandoori style Baked Red Chicken accompanied by a Wild Mango and Mustard Seed Salad And then perhaps finish off with a Rose Lassi.Whether you want a quick lunch or a dinner menu to impress your friends, here are restaurant quality dishes, simplified for your kitchen.

    One thought on “Indian in 6: 100 Irresistible Recipes That Use 6 Ingredients or Less”

    1. I thoroughly enjoy cooking from this book. Before I had this as a resource, I thought of Indian dishes as being time and labor intensive. With the recipes Bharadwwaj provides, I'm able to keep it simple. She seems to cheat a bit on the idea of six ingredients but nothing has more than ten ingredients in it.

    2. I was intrigued by the title. Some Indian recipes are complex, and require extra trips to the store, so it seemed nice to have a simplified version. My favorite is the hyderabadi baingan, a sweet and sour eggplant dish that I might make for Thanksgiving this year.

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