The Indian sub-continent is the salad bowl of diversified communities, traditions and religions, and this diversity has generated a large cultural wealth. Over years, this wealth has been polished by daily use, best reflected in its art of culinary refinement which can be tasted and experienced from the mud plastered rural kitchens to the rasoi, chowka, and bawarchi khana of the the urban centers.
India and Pakistan share thousands of year of history, and have very common tastes and cuisines. Indo-Pak Cuisines brings together some dishes, all made easy and accessible for the joyful experience of cooking without fear and hassles. The recipes are simple and will be relished by all. Each recipe comes with a suggested "tip" on how to serve the dish. Beautifully presented with lots of color photographs.
Publisher: ibs Books (UK)