I have never tasted any Indian food that I like. People tell me it is good and very flavorful with spices. What I have tasted has been very plain. Does anyone have basic tips to preparing good Indian food?
I'm giving some Indian cooking tips for you ...
To make 1 cup of dal, add atleast 2-3 cups of water, depending on the type of dal.
Soak whole pulses overnight and other dals for one hour before cooking.
Always add hot water to the gravy to enhance the taste.
Add 1 Tbsp of hot oil to the dough for making Kachories or Kulchas.
Use the leftover dal water to make rasam or sambar. ...
Potatoes soaked in salt water for 20 minutes will bake more rapidly....
Add a few drops of lemon a tsp of oil to rice before boiling to separate each grain....
I like to eat few Indian foods like salty curry, paneer tikka masala, paratha with potatoes and many others vegetarian recipes. My mom is the master to cook many Indian recipes.
Hi guys !!!
For all the indian food lovers, I really have informative stuff for you i.e. my recipe book "From Mom with love…Indian Recipe Book". this book is originally a collection of hand written manuscripts by a loving mother, Pushpa Bhargava for her own children, who were growing up in America, is the complete guide to Indian cooking. Only cook book that contains easy Indian food recipes for every day cooking such as dal, roti and chawal, in addition to fancy food such as Goan Shrimpi Curryi and Rajasthani Chickeni.
For easy Indian vegetarian recipes ,refer Padhuskitchen.
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The cookbook sounds great where can I read more about it? Are the recipes flavorful? Vegetarian? I am trying to incorporate more turmeric and curry in dishes that my family eats so I am looking forward to experimenting!
Yes, it is right. Indian dishes are very delicious. There are so many varieties. Before preparing a dish, you have to decide what type of food you need. So that it is very easy to prepare the dish.
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