Fat-free Indian: A Fabulous Collection of Authentic, Delicious No-fat and Low-fat Indian Recipes for Healthy Eating by Shehzad Husain and Manisha Kanani

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  • ISBN 10 1780190530
  • ISBN 13 9781780190532
  • Published Sep 01 2011
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 256
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Anness Publishing
  • Imprint Southwater

Publishers Text

This is a fabulous collection of authentic, delicious no-fat and low-fat Indian recipes for healthy eating. It shows how to enjoy the rich tastes of Indian cuisine - without the fat. Over 160 delicious low-fat recipes are illustrated with more than 850 beautiful step-by-step photographs. It includes all the traditional Indian favourites made suitable for healthy eating, including Beef Madras, Chicken Korma, Prawn Curry and Aloo Gobi. It features many exciting and quick-to-prepare Balti dishes, such as Balti Bhoona Lamb, Balti Chicken Vindaloo and Masala Beans with Fenugreek. It also includes side dishes, breads, rices, salads, relishes and chutneys. It provides everything you need to know about low fat cooking as well as the secrets of good Indian cookery, such as mixing your own spices and how to brown onions without burning them. Each recipe features nutritional data so you can see at a glance how much fat each contains. This book dispels the myth that healthy eating has to be boring. Here are all your favourite traditional Indian dishes showing just how, with a few simple changes, you can enjoy delicious, flavoursome food without guilt. Over 160 step-by-step recipes cater for every taste, from succulent fish and seafood dishes and vegetarian fare to classic meat and chicken curries, and there are dishes for every occasion, whether it is a simple meal at home or a special dinner party. As well as more familiar dishes there are many new and interesting combinations using some of the most traditional Indian ingredients. There are also recipes for side dishes, including breads, rices and relishes.

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