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Dakshin: Vegetarian Cuisine from South India : An Earthly Delight Cookbook

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First in a new series of lavishly photographed gourmet cookbooks for vegetarian epicures--the Earthly Delights cookbook series debuts with the exquisite, unique cuisine of South India. Over 140 vegetarian recipes for snacks, salads, sambars, rice, rasams, and desserts. 100 color photos.
Hardcover, 176 pages
Published April 1st 1994 by Harpercollins (first published 1992)
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Sanju
This book is one of those cookbooks worth owning simply for reading, because reading it makes one so hungry and so inspired. -- If one is a fan of South Indian food. And, how can one not be? I have never seen so many different variations of sambhar or rasam.

If you have made often enough the one type of sambhar and rasam your mom taught you, reading about all these fancy variations will whet the appetite. -- Both for cooking and for eating. You will have been already familiar with your mom's par
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Dhiraj Sharma
The book explains in details the nuances of south indian cooking which even a novice should be able to follow. Other that the readily known Idli, Dosa and Vada the books also covers step by step cooking techniques of several other delicacies.
A must have book for all lovers of South Indian Food.
Dorcas
I have several Indian cookbooks but this one is my favorite. The pictures are scrumptious and so far every recipe Ive tried (and Ive made quite a number)has met with success. 5 stars EASY!
Sara Fox
We make at least one recipe from this book every week. Most are simple to do once you have the array of commonly used Indian spices.
Angela Joyce
Mmmmmmmmmmm. And great photos.
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Chandra Padmanabhan, a graduate from Calcutta University, did her post-graduation education at Delhi University. She has long been associated with the publishing industry. But it is cooking that has been the author's forte for nearly four decades. She is the author of the three bestselling titles, Dakshin (Harper Collins), Southern Spice (Penguin) and Simply South (Westland). She last won the inte ...more
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