Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Indian Cooking for Dummies

Indian Cooking for Dummies

As the title mentioned, this page is for dummy. I called dummy all the newbie to the Indian cuisine or cooking world! Welcome to the Kitchen world and have fun.
I still remember those days when i was a newbie in the kitchen. All those golden memories are still greenish! I started with slicing onions, preparing tea and upgraded later to make "Rasam" at the age of 12 or 13. I guess, you might not expect that i should post "how to prepare tea or coffee". I hope you have crossed all those preliminary stages...
You don’t need to spend many hours to prepare a tasty food। With little conscious and common sense anyone can succeed in this field! This post will contain mainly some simple recipes and doesn’t require much time to prepare.



Check out the ingredients slideshow


Simple recipes

Rice varieties


Curry
Gravy
Tiffin

Non-Veg Categories

Dessert

Salad/Pickle/chutney
Snack

Bakery

Drink
Basic
How to make?

6 comments:

Ashi said...

Chammuuuuuuuuu

Great work. I always like the way you present things. Indeed mouth watering recipies with creative pictures.I feel like flying to CA to taste our Chamu’s yummy dishes. I thought that I am missing Chammu,s recipes. But I am not….
Thanks for sharing the nice recipes. Keep up your good work

Medhaa said...

Hi Cham,
the muttar paneer link does not work.

Cham said...

Medha Thank you dear! I fixed it !

Malar Gandhi said...

Cooking for dummies, how thoughtful you are...and thats very interesting to know, you started to cook as early as 12-13, just like me:) And the links here will be really helpful to many, good job, dear.

arya k said...

OK, I am a novice when it comes to Indian cooking but I would like to learn..any simple instructions on how to go about makin chappatis/rotis

Cham said...

Arya Thanks for pointing, I will sure post this week or next about chapatis/rotis making method!