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Stop and do not hesitate to buy this Indian style cookbook! This cookbook is your next go-to recipe book for India’s favorite cuisine.

Whether you are looking for the best way to prepare your favorite Indian foods, or you are gearing up for a trip to India and need to get a taste of the local cuisine, this audiobook will be a great addition!

Whatever needs you may have for your favorite cuisine from India, this cookbook is designed to bring you a complete set of recipes that will shape your Indian meal planning. Whether you want to provide meals for a restaurant or your home, this cookbook has got you covered. 

India has provided us with more than enough delicious and delectable dishes that can tickle your stomach and inflame your taste buds.

There are spicy and delectable dishes that make up a large part of the Indian recipes in this book and if you love spicy, then this is the book for you. This recipe book has some of the best recipes that India has to provide.

So why not buy this cookbook now and start preparing your favorite Indian cuisine!

Every ingredient is based with Indian culinary fare in mind. These recipes are quick and easy and will remind you of your favorite restaurant. The content of this cookbook you are dying to learn can help you with cooking any meal from:

  • Indian fried banana dumplings
  • Butter Paneer
  • Rogan Josh
  • Garam Masala
  • Stuffed Okra
  • Chicken Tandoori
  • Dal Makhana
  • Bangan Ka Bhurta
  • Sindhi Seyal Gosht
  • Kashmiri Rajma Masala
  • Saag Paneer: Spinach and Indian cheese
  • Andhra Spiced Egg curry
  • Panch Phoron
  • Parsi Eggs
  • Gobi Matter Ki Sabzi
  • Parsi Fried Lamb Cutlets
  • Roasted Moong Dal With Spinach
  • Kerala Fried Prawns
  • And the Indian sweet Coconut Porridge

You are guaranteed to have the best restaurant-level Indian meals - fit for even the most discerning Indian cuisine connoisseurs!

India food has been an age-old favorite of many people. Now you can take your favorite restaurant-style cuisine home for your family and friends to experience authentic Indian cuisine that is easy to follow with understandable instructions.

Indian cooking has never been easier. Don’t wait another minute. Buy this book now and fill your kitchen with the fantastic flavors and aromas only Indian food can offer.

©2018 Charlie Mason (P)2018 Charlie Mason

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Indian Recipes.

The narrator I found spoke slowly so I had to speed up the audio. There are some ingrediants that I had to look up like Cilantro which turned out to be coriander (even though they do mention coriander in a recipe and not cilantro). This author uses american words like kosher salt which is salt with a bigger granules. I mean can you use normal salt? would it change the flavour? Also, can you substitute certain flavours for other ingrediants? what is the heat level? It is a good book and I will be going over it again to make some of the food mentioned but I would have liked some more explaination. It would be nice to get measurement in units (pounds or grams) than just cups and what if you put to much of something? why do you need a little of an ingrediant? are some more powerful than others? Do you slow cook onion, which I know a friend of mine does or is that in a different part of india that do this. I would recommend watching it on youtube as well just so you know you are doing it right and you also get to see some of the spices used so you know what they look like if you have not come across the ingrediant before. This is for people who cook with these ingrediants and know a little about them. This is not for beginners in my opinion.