There was a time when a diabetic-diet meant uninspiring, tasteless food. Thankfully the diet scene for diabetics is no longer gloomy or bland, as it used to be. With just a few restrictions, diabetic food is definitely gourmet fare now. This book shows how diabetic food can benefit not only the affected person but lead the way for a healthy lifestyle for the whole family. the recipes can be enjoyed by diabetics as well as the other family members.It is not necessary to give up culinary delicacies to maintain good health. ... The succulent kababs, the tongue-tickling taste of stuffed paranthas, sarson ka saag, makki ki rod, khaman dhokla, farsan, puran ... Indian Cuisine gives you a number of recipes from across the country which make the tongues drool with excitement.
|Title||:||Cooking for Diabetics|
|Author||:||Satarupa Benerjee, Satarupa Panerjee|
|Publisher||:||Pustak Mahal - 2004-12|