Overview for No Fuss Cooking: 100 Recipes You Can't Go Wrong With
If youâ€™re one of those who find cooking a baffling chore, then discover otherwise with this stunningly simple cookbook that helps you choose the right ingredients and cook a delicious meal without adding to your worry lines. A selection of hundred easy to cook dishes, No Fuss Cooking will have you in and out of the kitchen in no time at all, with a mouthwatering spread on the table, from starters and soups to scrumptious desserts. An interesting mix of Indian and international cuisine, the book begins with a basic list of doâ€™s and donâ€™ts for the kitchen: how to cook rice perfectly, how to handle a pressure cooker the right way, how to cook different dals, and other such essential tips for the first-time cook. Over the years the authors have simplified cooking to a minimalist art, and this is evident in the recipes that follow: simple but tasteful; easy on oil and fat, without compromising on flavour; and eschewing any elaborate preparatory steps prior to the actual cooking. The result is delectable food minus the fuss and anxiety usually associated with cooking.
Jhampan Mookerjee (Author)
Jhampan Mookerjee is a passionate cook who has been experimenting with recipes for more than fifteen years and has written popular columns on food in various newspapers. Jhampan is a wildlife conservationist who has also been a journalist, video film producer and photographer. He lives in Delhi with his wife, son and daughter.
Sheema Mookerjee (Author)
Sheema Mookerjee is a passionate cook who has been experimenting with recipes for more than fifteen years and has written popular columns on food in various newspapers. Sheema is an editor by profession and has co-authored the Lonely Planet Food Guideâ€”India. She lives in Delhi with her husband, son and daughter.