I need an instant pot! I may have to invest in one.
The paperback version of this cookbook has gone straight on my wish list too.
It starts with an introduction to “the diversity of Indian cooking: regions, spices and kitchen basics.” It includes an excellent glossary of spices, herbs, fats and oils and an in-depth guide for using an instant pot.
I do love to cook Indian food and I definitely enjoy eating it! This book has totally inspired me to try making my own pastes and I look forward to trying out some of the mouth-watering recipes featured. I’m reviewing the kindle edition and the black and white photographs look delicious so I can imagine how enticing the colour versions would be.
I have never tried traditional Indian breakfasts, but I love the sound of ‘steamed rice & lentil cakes’ and ‘cracked wheat breakfast pilaf’ to name just a couple of recipes.
I pretty much like the sound of all the recipes in this book to be honest, including the naan bread which sounds amazing.
If you love to cook and are a lover of Indian cuisine then you need to add this book to your collection.
Many thanks to the author and to Rachel @ Rachel’s Random Resources for my kindle review copy. I highly recommend.
Instant Indian – Classic Foods from Every Region of India Made Easy in the Instant Pot
Discover favorite foods from all over India with the first regional Indian cookbook authorized by Instant Pot!
Rinku Bhattacharya — cookbook author and founder of Spice Chronicles — has put together a collection of 100 authentic recipes that showcase the diversity and range of the foods of India, where every state and region boasts its own unique dishes. Whether you crave takeout favorites or want to be introduced to lesser-known specialties, this cookbook brings the best of India to your table in an instant!
The Instant Pot® lends itself perfectly to Indian recipes, making flavorful, nutritious Indian fare (like simmering-all-day dals, legumes and all manner of curries) in minutes instead of hours. Instant Indian features numerous vegetarian and vegan options , and nearly all recipes are gluten-free.
With step-by-step instructions and color photos throughout, Instant Indian makes Indian cooking easy and fool-proof using all the functions of this popular appliance.
About Rinku Bhattacharya
Rinku Bhattacharya (spicechronicles.com) was born in India, and now lives in a house with a vibrant backyard in Hudson Valley, New York with her husband, an avid gardener, and their two children. Rinku’s simple, sustainable approach to Indian cooking is showcased on her blog, Spice Chronicles, and in her Journal News column “Spices and Seasons.”
Rinku has been teaching recreational cooking classes for the past nine years, and works extensively with local area farmer’s markets on seasonal demonstrations and discussions. Rinku is also the author of The Bengali Five Spice Chronicles (Hippocrene Books, 2012), winner of the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2013 for Best Indian Cuisine. She writes for the Poughkeepsie Journal, the Journal News, and several online sites, and is a frequent guest on CT Style TV.
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