Mobile & tablet-optimized Indian Vegan Cookbook (eBook).
90 Easy-to-Follow Indian Vegan Recipes. Tailored For Newbie Cooks, Dal & Curry Lovers.
Discover the authentic taste of India, right from your kitchen. Whether you’re new to Indian food and looking to experiment at home, or you’re a level 10 curry-lover (like we are) and wish to recreate restaurant-style flavors, this is the cookbook for you.
From Rajma Chawal to Paani Puri, you’ll come across some of the gorgeous-looking, best-tasting, fun-to-make recipes in here.
Some of our star recipes include:
* Dried Fruits Pulao
* Rajma Chawal
* Chana Masala
* Aloo Palak
* Matar Mushroom Masala
* South Indian Kurma
* Kadai Tofu
* Vegan Butter Chick’n
* Aloo Tikki
* Gobi Pakoda
* Aloo Pyaaz Paratha
* Creamy Tomato Soup
* Kaju Katli
* Imli Chutney
Easy to Follow Instructions
Veganbell’s Indian Vegan Cookbook is super simple to follow. Long instructions are divided into multiple STEPS and then sub-divided into NUMBERS for easy comprehension. The fonts are large and bold enough to be seen from 1.5 to 2 feet away. We’ve also color-coded the Timings and Nutritional Charts to make it easy for the eyes.
Navigation is a breeze
You’ll be pleasantly surprised to see how easy it is to navigate around our eCookbook. There are links on Table of Contents, inside the Recipe Intro, and after the Recipe. We’ve also added a ‘Contact Us’ link at the end of each recipe. Should a recipe trouble you, simply click the link (this will automatically open up your eMail app) and let us know.
The cookbook includes a ton of beautiful recipe images that will not just inspire you but will also help you understand how the final dish looks like. Super useful if you’re new to Indian dishes.
Every Information You’ll Ever Need
We have fortified the cookbook with useful tips and information so you can **actually** cook ALL 90 RECIPES without having to google any weird ingredients or kitchen appliances (btw, there aren’t any weird ingredients nor kitchen tools).
No More Head-Scratching
Indian foods don’t exactly follow the conventional set-it-and-forget-it rule. The cooking is very much step-by-step based. This is why we have included multiple steps cooking directions in most of our recipes so you’re more invested in the cooking journey than scratching your head.
Here’s What You Can Expect
Here’s a little preview of our eCookbook. We hope you like what you see. 🙂
Want a demo? Say no more!
We’ve also made a demo mini-cookbook with 10 hand-picked recipes from this cookbook. Please feel free to download and test it. Make sure you’re viewing it on Adobe Acrobat Reader (or any eBook readers that support internal links).
So let’s enjoy some delicious plant-based, vegan Indian food together with Veganbell’s Indian Vegan Cookbook: 90 Easy, Plant-Based Recipes from India.
Mike (on Amazon USA) says – “I love Indian food, and love cooking it (and I mean the actual process of cooking it). This is one of my favorite cookbooks of all – tons of great recipes, well written with clear instructions, and I especially appreciate the fact that nutritional content is included, as well as estimated prep/cook times.
The vast majority of ingredients should be available to almost everyone, although there are some ingredients that you will probably need to find at an Indian (or Asian) grocer… fortunately I have access to more than a half dozen such grocers so the ingredients are all readily available to me. If you like Indian cuisine, you will appreciate the authentic recipes included. Hope this helps!”
Dimension (on Amazon AUS) says – “Great book! just the right amount of recipes and most with color photos. The pressure cookers make for a lot of curries to be one-pot meals- which I like. The dal makhani, is as good as my local Indian restaurant. The soy chunk curry is another fave. Easy recipes and very budget-friendly! Look forward to cooking more from this book.”
Baazu (on Amazon USA) says – “Veganbell’s Indian Vegan Cookbook was a great find. I’ve always wanted to prepare homemade, plant-based Indian dishes for my family and this book helped me achieve just that. From the introduction of essential Indian spices & kitchen tools…to the number of details presented to make each dish is much appreciated.
I love how the author breaks down a ‘difficult’ recipe into multiple steps and sub-steps. It’s perfect for newbie home cooks like myself who, otherwise, would only have to rely on restaurants to enjoy Dosa and Sambar….well, no more!”
So glad to see that we’ve been featured on The Vegan’s Pantry alongside some of our favorite cookbooks and cookbook authors. Yay!