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by Amy Schafer Boger,Sunetra Humbad

Category: Regional and International
Subcategory: Food and Cooking
Author: Amy Schafer Boger,Sunetra Humbad
ISBN: 1570670048
ISBN13: 978-1570670046
Language: English
Publisher: Book Pub Co; 1 edition (February 1, 1995)
Pages: 191
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Indian Vegetarian Cooking. has been added to your Cart. Learn the secrets of authentic Indian cuisine from native-born cook Sunetra Humbad. Most of the cooking methods, techniques, and ingredients in these recipes are basic and familiar.

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Indian Vegetarian Cooking at Your House Author: Sunetra Humbad, Amy Schafer Boger . Easy Indian Cooking Author: Suneeta Vaswani; Low Calorie Vegetarian Cook Book Author: Sanjeev Kapoor

Indian Vegetarian Cooking at Your House Author: Sunetra Humbad, Amy Schafer Boger; Dakshin Author: Chandra Padmanabhan; Khazana Of Indian Vegetarian Recipes Author: Sanjeev Kapoor; Classic Indian Vegetarian and Grain Cooking Author: Julie Sahni; The Spice Box Author: Manju Shivraj Singh . The New Tastes of India Author: Das Sreedharan; Vegetarian Samayal of South India Author: Viji Varadarajan

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5)Indian Vegetarian cooking at your house - Sunetra n. Humbad + Amy Shafer Boger. Samosa Factory Indian Cuisine' on W Sahara Ave. Though not totally vegan. Asked in Dieting and Weight Loss. 6)Eastern Vegetarian Cooking - Madhur Jaffrey. 7)Vegan cooking for one - Leah Leneman. 8)The Spice Box - Manja Shiuraj Singh. 9)The joy of Vegan Baking - Colleen Patrick. One book that seems to have been a hit is "Vegan with a Vengeance: Over 150 Delicious, Cheap, Animal-Free Recipes That Rock," by Isa Chandra Moskowitz. Isa Chandra Moskowitz has three other great cookbooks, 'Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World', 'Veganomicon' and 'Vegan Brunch'.

Learn the secrets of authentic Indian cuisine from native-born cook Sunetra Humbad. Most of the cooking methods, techniques, and ingredients in these recipes are basic and familiar.
Comments to eBook Indian Vegetarian Cooking at Your House (Healthy World Cuisine)
Shaktizragore
I am a vegetarian cookbook junkie, and the more exotic the better. I hesitated before ordering this one, since I already had so many similar books. But I think I have yuan2 (Chinese for "affinity") with this book. Today I was puzzling over what to do with a bunch of long green beans and four Asian eggplants. Sure enough, there's a recipe called "eggplant and green beans" in this book! I never would have thought of putting these two together myself, certainly not Chinese style, but this dish really worked. I guess lots of disparate ingredients meld harmoniously when stewed with tomatoes in the right spices.

Two of the old reliables from this book I make again and again are mung bean curry, which is especially nice here, since mung beans are available everywhere in Taiwan; and carrot salad, with cilantro and peanuts. I plan to include it in this year's Christmas dinner - it is refreshing, delightful - and *simple*! The various halvas in the dessert section look mouthwatering as well.

The success rate of dishes made from this book is 100% so far, so I will certainly continue to try new ones. We're lucky to have an Indian grocery in Taipei, but the ingredients for most recipes are quite simple and straightforward, once you have a stock of the basic spices. One little thing - you may need to get used to new terms for certain ingredients, e.g. "hing" for asafoetida.

The cover is very pretty and perky, and the page design is clean and comfortable, though I feel the redundant listing of ingredients in the outer margin isn't really necessary.

Another thing that endears me to this book is knowing it is the product of American-Indian cooperation, between two friends. No glamour shots of the authors for the book - they look like colleagues you'd like to have coffee with often! (Or maybe masala tea!)

So, those of you who don't eat meat (or even if you do) and like healthy, easy-to-make exotic food on the light side: get this one. (It's really inexpensive besides! What more could you ask for?)
Umge
I use this book a lot for quickie Indian recipes. These ladies' methods are very straightforward for the beginner who is apprehensive about all the spices as I was at first. I have since moved on to more complicated recipes but this is a great standby. The recipes do err on the side of super spicy, too, if you like that kind of thing as husband and I do.
Terr
This is an excellent book. It's simple to use . Even if there are no pictures, there are great recipies that are not too difficult to follow. It's not such a pretty book in terms of looks. This makes it practical for usage on a kitchen counter when there is a little danger for staining it. Nobody wants a stained pretty book, I guess.
from earth
I am enjoying the book very much. It is very informative. Good basic meals that will stick to your bones.
Ranenast
I browse through this book for recipe ideas - they are simple and delicious while having something for each occasion
Mitars Riders
Not sure if it's a complete lack of pictures or even short explanations of the dish, but I find this book completely uninspiring. A good cookbook makes you want to jump up and cook something immediately, but for me this is not one of those books, unfortunately. For a vegetarian cookbook, it also has surprisingly few vegetable-based recipes, mostly with ingredients that might not be fresh at a local supermarket (eggplant, okra, "drumsticks"). At the same time way too much space is allocated to desserts (didn't care for any of them), snacks like "spicy popcorn" (do we really need a cookbook for this?) and chutneys. A somewhat decent section on breads is the only thing that's keeping me from getting rid of this book.
Naa
I purchased this based on 6 great reviews. I love to cook and am a long-time vegetarian, but I've not found a good Indian cookbook and have little to no experience cooking Indian foods.

Unfortunately, I just haven't had a good experience with the recipes in this book. Most of them seem to use the same set of spices (hence, very similar tastes no matter what you make). I guess the recipes turned out OK, but not a winner. I thought this would allow me to make restaurant-quality Indian food (as it did for another reviewer), but it didn't. Just more fair-quality food. I liked one recipe with spinach and lentils but couldn't find a recipe for Naan, my chipatis didn't poof up like the recipe said they should, another lentil dish was rejected by my kids. You might be more experienced with Indian food and have better luck, but this cookbook was a disappointment for me.
Excellent cook book, provides basics for iondian cooking and sources for obtaining unique spices for recipes
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