The 125 dishes in Quick-Fix Indian are modern and fresh, yet rooted in tradition. They are bright, modern, and complex tasting, belying the fact that they only took 30 minutes or less to prepare. The recipes range from quick breakfasts and soups, to curries, snacks, and sweet drinks. Some of the recipes included are: Red Potato and Chickpea Salad with Pomegranate Seeds, Green Masala Lamb Curry, Beet Raita with Cilantro and Lemon, Sweet Rice with Saffron and Sultanas, Scrambled Eggs with Coconut and Curry Leaves, Pan Fried Eggplant with Ginger, Coriander Shrimp with Green Zucchini and Red Chiles, and kid favourite Banana Fritters. While most of the recipes use easy-to-acquire ingredients, there are a few that will require a trip to a health-food or Indian store. As an added bonus, the book also lists 'exotic' substitutions for readers who'd like to try them. And finally, this cookbook is fun. Written in a light-hearted manner, Quick-Fix Indian amuses readers while also providing solid information.Easy, Exotic Dishes in 30 Minutes Or Less Ruta Kahate. kaju paneer curry serves 4 Paneer is the main protein for vegetarians in North India, widely used in Punjabi cooking. ... own; ita#39;s a tomato-based curry with kaju (whole cashews) that add crunch and richness. curried yogurt pears serves 4 It may sound contradictory, but.
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