The best Indian food: recipes for your slow cooker
Anupy Singla’s first cookbook — featuring favorite Indian recipes, but using classic slow-cooker techniques — is also the first cookbook of its kind.
The Indian Slow Cooker, published by Surrey, is paperback, 160 pages, and 7 x 9 inches. The book is signed by Anupy.
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The Indian Slow Cooker
Featuring 50 Indian recipes, and beautifully illustrated with color photography throughout, The Indian Slow Cooker is a terrific introduction to making healthful, flavorful Indian food, using the simplicity and convenience of the slow cooker.
These easy Indian recipes are all prepared in healthy, low-fat versions which use less oil and less saturated fat than traditional recipes, thanks to the slow cooker’s tendency to keep food juicy through its long, slow cooking cycle.
Anupy Singla is an award-winning journalist with over 10 years experience covering business and general news as a TV and print reporter in Chicago. After having two children, Anupy became interested in connecting her family with her Indian culture in a healthy and simple way. Some of the recipes were perfected by her mother through the years, but many Anupy developed herself.
As Anupy sees it, using the proper Indian cooking spices is the key to preparing her easy, healthy recipes at home. Her “Indian Spices 101″ chapter introduces readers to the spices of India — their names and uses, how and where to buy spices, and how to store, prepare, and combine them in authentic Indian cooking.
Among her 50 recipes are the classics of Indian cooking — vegetarian Indian food like dal (of every variety) and palak paneer and gobi aloo, but also meat dishes like butter chicken, keema, and much more.
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The Indian Slow Cooker, published by Surrey, is paperback, 160 pages, and 7 x 9 inches. The book — signed by Anupy — will ship on Friday, as noted above.
For any questions on follow up, email Anupy directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her on her cell at 312 961 2565. One of the fastest ways to reach her is through Facebook.