Healthy Indian by Monisha Bharadwaj
People often see Indian food as greasy, fatty and labour-intensive, but everyday Indian home cooking is neither unhealthy nor difficult to prepare. Monisha Bharadwaj will prove that it is in fact a highly nutritious, gentle cuisine that has always included natural and whole foods such as whole wheat flour, raw cane sugar, lots of vegetables, beans, lentils and any number of healing spices. Indian eating is based on the ancient science of Ayurveda, a system of holistic living that is the oldest form of medicine known to man. Broken down into straightforward chapters - curries, dry dishes, light one-pot meals, salads and raitas, chutneys and relishes, drinks and sweets - "Healthy Indian in Minutes" will give readers the tips and strategies they need to cook healthy home-style food in a matter of minutes.