South Indian Vegetarian Recipes: Part 1
The book is a longstanding attempt to publish a traditional introduction to South Indian orthodox vegetarian cooking. The book has its basis from ... Show synopsis The book is a longstanding attempt to publish a traditional introduction to South Indian orthodox vegetarian cooking. The book has its basis from rather mundane to indifferent experience of Indian vegetarian cuisine in different hotels across the globe. In an effort to address the needs of different types of interested audience, she decided to include from the very basics such as choosing the vegetables, gadgets and utensils, what groceries to buy and the method of preparing them at home for a small family. The book has been written in almost a text book style with different sections covering various aspects of South Indian cooking. Section 1 provides an overview of the South Indian vegetarian cooking. Section 2 covers the methods and choice for getting the right ingredients ranging from the typical vegetables, where to get them and the unique utensils that will be of help. It also discusses the safety tips while cooking. Sections 3 and 4 outline different methods of cooking rice and lentils using a simple pan or using pressure / rice cookers. Section 5 discusses the common procedures and steps that are applicable to a number of recipes. The reader is urged to devote special attention to all sections from 1 through 5 to get a complete overview to get the best results. Sections 6 through 16 cover different main courses and section 17 through 20 discuss about snacks, crisps and pickles. Overall, the author hopes that this book will book an entirely different style and a more traditional introduction of South Indian Vegetarian cuisine to the Vegetarian enthusiasts. Please send your comments, feedback, criticisms and suggestions to email@example.com and they are invaluable in furtherattempts to improve this book.