Gadia brings quintessential Indian dishes like specialty breads and tandoori chicken within easy reach of the home cook. --Publishers Weekly Healthful Indian recipes aplenty...a welcome addition to any kitchen. --India Currents Gadia conveys both a love of her cultural heritage and down-to-earth, easily understood guidelines for healthy eating. A sound resource on Indian cooking from a dietary standpoint. --BooklistNew Indian Home Cooking features more than 100 quick and easy-to-prepare recipes--from appetizers to desserts--plus: sample meal plans * time-saving tips * vegetarian meals * nutritional analysis for each recipe * a glossary of cooking terms and ingredients * and more...Recipes include * Samosas and Naan * Subji Biriyani (vegetable-rice casserole) * Masoor Dal (lentil soup) * Tandoori Tari (barbecued chicken) * Machhi Kali Mirch (baked fish with black pepper) * Rogan Josh (lamb in yogurt sauce) * Pudina Chutney (mint chutney) * Kheer (rice pudding) * and more
Born in India, Madhu Gadia is a registered dietitian and a certified diabetes educator. She received her Master of Science in Foods and Nutrition from the University of Illinois. She lives in Ames, Iowa, where she works as a clinical dietitian at an outpatient clinic. Madhu also teaches the art of Indian cooking and has appeared on local television, as well as local and national radio.