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The New Indian Slow Cooker

Author : Neela Paniz
ISBN : 9781607746201
Genre : Cooking
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The newest book in Ten Speed's best-selling slow cooker series, featuring more than 60 fix-it-and-forget-it recipes for Indian favorites. The rich and complex flavors of classic Indian dishes like Lamb Biryani, Palak Paneer, and chicken in a creamy tomato-butter sauce can take hours to develop through such techniques as extended braising and low simmering. In The New Indian Slow Cooker, veteran cooking teacher and chef Neela Paniz revolutionizes the long, slow approach to making Indian cuisine by rethinking its traditional recipes for the slow cooker. She showcases the best regional curries, dals made with lentils and beans, vegetable and rice sides, as well as key accompaniments like chutneys, flatbreads, raita, and fresh Indian cheese. Using this fix-it-and-forget-it approach, you can produce complete and authentic Indian meals that taste like they came from Mumbai, New Delhi, and Bangalore, or your favorite Indian restaurant. Featuring both classic and innovative recipes such as Pork Vindaloo, Kashmiri Potato Curry, Date and Tamarind Chutney, and Curried Chickpeas, these full-flavor, no-fuss dishes are perfect for busy cooks any day of the week. From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Indian Slow Cooker

Author : Anupy Singla
ISBN : 1572846704
Genre : Cooking
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This unique guide to preparing Indian food using classic slow-cooker techniques features more than 50 recipes, beautifully illustrated with full-color photography throughout. These great recipes take advantage of the slow cooker's ability to keep food moist through its long cooking cycle, letting readers create dishes with far less oil and saturated fat than in traditional recipes. Anupy Singla shows the busy, harried family that cooking healthy is simple and that cooking Indian is just a matter of understanding a few key spices. Her "Indian Spices 101" chapter introduces readers to the mainstay spices of an Indian kitchen, as well as how to store, prepare, and combine them in different ways. Among her 50 recipes are all the classics — specialties like dal, palak paneer, and gobi aloo — and also dishes like butter chicken, keema, and much more. The result is a terrific introduction to making healthful, flavorful Indian food using the simplicity and convenience of the slow cooker.

150 Best Indian Thai Vietnamese And More Slow Cooker Recipes

Author : Sunil Vijayakar
ISBN : 0778804046
Genre : Cooking
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An internationally-influenced collection of slow cooking recipes with an emphasis on currys includes Burmese golden rice, spiced prawn and pineapple curry, and Bangkok sour pork curry.

Biryani

Author : Pratibha Karan
ISBN : 9788184002546
Genre : Cooking
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The biryani is India’s most beloved dish—one that has spread to all the four corners of the country and assumed many forms. It originated in the Mughal courts, flowering in the jagirs of Awadh, and it is in Lucknow, Delhi and the small Muslim principalities of north India that one finds the classic versions, subtle, refined, and delicately flavoured. Pratibha Karan gives us not just the definitive recipes from these regions but unearths rare and old dishes such as a biryani made with oranges, Rose Biryani and Kebab Biryani. In the south, the biryani has an equally distinguished lineage, if not more so. There are the blue-blooded biryanis of Hyderabad which include gems such as the Doodh ki Biryani, Keeme ki biryani and Bater ki biryani. Away from the royal courts, the biryani has adapted itself into a spicy local delicacy in Tamil Nadu, with many towns like Salem, Aambur, Dindigul boasting of their own signature version of the dish. Kerala too is home to many - a prawn biryani spiced with curry leaves and aniseed, a mutton one laced with star anise. There are as many stunning variations in the east and west—Goan biryanis using vinegar and olives; unusual dishes from the Parsi and Sindhi communities; Bengali adaptations using fish and mustard seeds, even a dish from Assam! Immaculately researched, full of extraordinary recipes, and beautifully designed and photographed, Biryani is the ultimate book on this princely dish.

The Mexican Slow Cooker

Author : Deborah Schneider
ISBN : 9781607743163
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 31. 35 MB
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"Packed with authentic south-of-the-border recipes that require minimal active cooking time, The Mexican Slow Cooker presents more than 65 recipes for classic and innovative dishes"--Provided by publisher.

Indian For Everyone

Author : Anupy Singla
ISBN : 9781572847453
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 62. 37 MB
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Indian for Everyone is the third book by Anupy Singla, by far her most stunning and comprehensive offering yet. Singla is America's favorite authority on Indian home cooking, and her expertise with delicious, healthful recipes has endeared her to fans the world over. This new book opens up the true simplicity and flavor of Indian food for anyone, regardless of dietary restrictions, expertise, or familiarity. Singla has chosen the cuisine's most popular dishes and, unlike other Indian cookbooks, embedded different preparation styles and ingredients into every recipe. Included are quick-and-easy adaptations for making a meal vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free, as well as alternatives for the slow cooker. Beginners appreciate the book's step-by-step instructions, while veterans find it useful as a reference point for their favorite dishes, including little-known instructions and standard cook times. The book also caters to healthy eaters and folks with allergies and dietary preferences. With deeply personal, detailed stories behind these recipes, readers see how traditional Indian cooking helped connect Singla and her daughters to their cultural heritage. More than the next great Indian cookbook, this is the next great American cookbook — sure to become a staple of every family's collection.

The Dal Cookbook

Author : Krishna Dutta
ISBN : 1909166057
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 85. 57 MB
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Dal is to India what pasta is to Italy. Cheap to produce, highly nutritional, suitable for long storage and capable of being cooked in a basic pot on an open fire, dal has been providing nourishment to millions of Indians for millennia. It truly is a pan-Indian dish consumed by rich and poor alike. It is high protein and has practically no sugar - in fact it is known as 'poor man's meat' in India - hence doctors now include this as an essential item in a diet for diabetics. Dal is a genuinely impressive dish of infinite variety - there are at least 50 recipes for this humble food. There are multiple ways of cooking it, wide-ranging seasonings are used and there are diverse supplements to serve with it. Over the centuries Indian cooks became innovative and with locally available ingredients they dished out dal to satisfy a regional palate. In the process they also invented new dishes using dal lentils such as kedgeree (khichari - a risotto made with lentil), dosas (pancakes mixed with lentil flower), vadas (lentil cakes), dhokla (baked lentil cakes), papadam (dried lentil snack) and pakoras (fritters dipped in lentil batter).

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