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Microwave Desi Cooking

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While the microwave oven has become a standard piece of kitchen equipment, its use has usually been limited to heating food! It is a shame that the usefulness of this most versatile appliance is restricted to the most mundane tasks. Myths abound about the dangers and limitations of microwave cooking. The most common ones are that Indian food cannot be cooked in a microwave oven; Indian food loses its flavour; there are too many steps and it is too complicated to cook Indian food in a microwave oven; meats and paneer lose their texture…and what does one do about the “tadka”? Well, my latest offering - Microwave Desi Cooking - will dispel these myths and fears. And you will see that an entire Indian meal from soup to dessert can be cooked in the microwave oven and in a fraction of the time normally taken! There are steaming shorbas, fragrant pulaos and biryanis, comforting dals and kadhis, chicken and fish in rich traditional gravies, a whole host of favourite vegetable dishes with all their natural flavours and goodness trapped in; and finally, a range of luscious, creamy desserts. More than anything else, microwave cooking brings fun and freedom into your kitchen. It takes the drudgery out of cooking and washing up; meals can appear magically at the press of a button: a few quick stirs, pop the dish into the oven and a ready-to-eat home-cooked meal appears in a matter of minutes!

 

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Popular Prakashan

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978-81-7991-308-6

Format :

Soft Cover

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4.5' X 6.5'

MRP:

`125

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10%

Price :

`113

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Sanjeev Kapoor

Sanjeev Kapoor, Celebrity Chef, ‘Best Chef of India’ award by the Government of India.

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