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    • ISBN:9781472139634
    • Publication date:07 Dec 2017

Everyday Healthy Indian Cookery

Quick and easy curries for really healthy eating

By Manju Malhi

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With 150 recipes that are quick and easy to cook, Manju Malhi's Everyday Healthy Indian Cookery brings the freshness and flavour of authentic Indian food into the heart of your home.

These recipes can be eaten every day for a healthy and balanced diet and feature classic and original curries, including those with an array of spices, vegetables and superfoods that are rich in anti-oxidants and cooked in a way that retains their specific nutrient value.

Rooted in the streets, homes and markets of India, Everyday Healthy Indian Cookery reflects the delicious flavours and aromas of the curries and healing spices that characterise the very best of that country's varied cuisine.

You'll find all-time favourites, such as traditional style Tandoori Chicken, Cardamom Lamb Karahi and Vegetable Samosas, as well as some more unusual dishes such as Mahi Ajwaini Fish Tikka, Bengali Style Chana Dal, Tamarind Rice, Lentil Pancakes and Hara Bhara Kebabs.

Bring the taste of India to your kitchen with Malhi's straightforward and healthy meals that are quick to prepare and delicious to eat.

Biographical Notes

Manju Malhi has inspired millions with her simple approach to cooking Indian food at home, with TV shows in Asia as well as the UK. In her cuisine, she draws on her past and combines it with the realities of western life to come up with delicious dishes using a good ingredients to make good food. Manju grew up surrounded by Indian culture and traditions and several years of her childhood were spent in India. Spice runs through her veins and she is aware of many of their invaluable properties and benefits that can play an important part of good and healthy living. Manju Malhi lives in London where she teaches people of all ages from 8 to 80, how to cook healthily and in return they laugh at her jokes.

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  • ISBN: 9781472139627
  • Publication date: 07 Dec 2017
  • Page count: 224
  • Imprint: Robinson
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