Author: Malti JindalPublisher: RupaYear: 2002Language: EnglishPages: 128ISBN/UPC (if available): 8171678602
A little do or the regular ghar ka Khaana - planning and appetizing meal has never been easy. Bringing about the perfect balance in taste, nutrition and presentation as well as dishing out a different menu everyday, is by no means an enviable task. And when it means presenting all vegetarian meals - the job becomes even more challenging.Indian Menus hopes to be a handy companion in the kitchen with thirty planned menus each with its unique specialty. Suited best for the adventurous Indian palate, authentic regional flavors have been suitably adapted to meet contemporary, metropolitan taste. A delightful section of mouth-watering chaat Menus is thrown in to add zing to the standard soup-cereal-main dish-dessert menu. Simple and easy-to-cook, the menus promise to be a thoroughly fulfilling fare.
ForewordIntroductionBASIC RECIPESMilk Products, Chutneys and SaucesCondimentsREGIONAL MENUSGujaratiRajasthaniPunjabiKarnatakaAndhraKeralaTamilMaharashtrianKashmiriBengaliGoanMughlaiUttar PradeshContemporary MenusChaat MenusGlossary