Review - The Everything Indian Cookbook
Contributed by: Jennifer Wickes
This cookbook is apart of "The Everything" series of books that helps
teach its readers everything about cooking, sports, health and more.
Monica Bhide's "The Everything Indian Cookbook" is a nice addition!
Monica Bhide is from India. She has been cooking Indian cuisine for
more than 20 years, and has taken several formal cooking courses on
Indian food. She is a caterer, home chef and is now offering online
cooking classes! This is her second cookbook!
This cookbook offers delicious recipes to the Indian food lovers of
the world! Each recipe is easy-to-read; gives the English name to the
dish, as well as the Indian name; gives an approximate preparation
time frame, as well as cooking period.
Each recipe offers ideas for serving, a substitution for a hard-to-
find ingredient, or a piece of trivia about the dish. The chapters
included in this book are: Basics of Indian Cooking; Basic Recipes;
Glossary; Suggested Menus; Additional Resources; as well as chapters
for each food item (starters, drinks, salads etc.).
Although there are no photographs in the cookbook, the dishes are so
easy to prepare, one does not need a picture of the end-result.
Some of the delicious recipes you will encounter in this book are:
Mango Yogurt Pudding, Shrimp Fritters, Dill and Potato, as well as
Red Radish Salad.
This is a great cookbook filled with wonderful Indian dishes. Pick up
a copy and learn about this wonderful corner of the world!
"The Everything Indian Cookbook: 300 Tantalizing Recipes--From
Sizzling Tandoori Chicken to Fiery Lamb Vindaloo (Everything:
Adams Media Corporation; (April 1, 2004)
Paperback: 304 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 9.2 x 8.0 x 0.9 inches
This article was originally published at Suite101.com:
Jennifer A. Wickes is the Food and Drink Dean at Suite University,
the Food and Drink Community Manager at Suite101, as well as a
freelance food writer and cookbook reviewer. She has written 5
eBooks, and has had several articles in printed publications, such as
Cooking Pleasures magazine, Cook's Country, The Gooseberry Patch,
Light and Tasty magazine, Ernest and Julio Gallo's Turning Leaf Wine
pamphlet, as well as in the future book "Summer: A Spiritual Journey"
by Gary Schmidt.