By Bibiji Inderjit Kaur Khalsa
Bibiji Inderjit Kaur Khalsa
An Indian cookbook for the health-conscious gourmet!
•More than a hundred and eighty delectable kitchen-tested recipes—including new gluten-free recipes in addition to the vegetarian staple—tofu!
•Lots of mouthwatering snacks, appetizers, breads and cakes, besides an strange number of vegetarian major dishes
•Impress your visitors by way of serving an actual Indian meal
•Helpful guidance for getting, getting ready, and storing forte foods
Bibiji Inderjit Kaur Khalsa, a local of Northern India, arrived in the US in 1972, and she or he has been cooking, educating, and serving her international relatives those delectable dishes for greater than 4 a long time. via well known call for, this moment variation, deals real East Indian recipes which are unique, but awarded so sincerely that they make it effortless to organize a scrumptious Indian meal.
Based at the historic Ayurvedic technological know-how of existence, those recipes nourish the total person—body, brain and spirit. Bibiji provides us colourful dishes, which emphasize complete meals, average materials and lovely mixtures of herbs and spices. They own a large choice of refined tastes and aromas to thrill the palate, whereas the mixtures of components nourish all your being and depart you feeling energized and fulfilled.
Add a bit pleasure and spice in your existence with A flavor of India.
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A Taste of India: Delicious Vegetarian Recipes for Body Mind and Spirit by Bibiji Inderjit Kaur Khalsa