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Instant Indian: Classic Foods from Every Region of India Made Easy in the Instant Pot

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Discover favorite foods from all over India with the first regional Indian cookbook authorized by Instant Pot!

Rinku Bhattacharya -- cookbook author and founder of Spice Chronicles -- has put together a collection of 100 authentic recipes that showcase the diversity and range of the foods of India, where every state and region boasts its own unique dishes. Whether you cra
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Paperback, 240 pages
Published October 2nd 2018 by Hippocrene Books
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Laura Reading
May 21, 2019 rated it really liked it
I will be honest. Pressure cookers scare me. I grew up with a very heavy duty, puffing, steaming, clicking, smoking pressure cooker that really got very little use in my mother's kitchen. I was terrified it would explode or I would be burned horribly.
Fast forward to today and the invention of the Instant Pot.
I watched as Instant Pots became a favorite thing item on many celebrity and influencer lists.
I let my friends buy one first and try them out. Meanwhile, the pressure cooker I inherited hi
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Susan Bewley
Oct 16, 2018 rated it it was amazing
So far, I have to say I am very impressed with this cookbook. The last time I got an Indian cookbook (meant for my slow cooker), I was honestly a bit disappointed. Luckily, this isn’t the case at all with Instant Indian. It is filled with so many recipes that are easy to follow, and sound extremely delicious. I have honestly never had a cookbook focused on different cultural dishes that was this down to earth. What impressed me the most is the author even breaking down many of the seasonings, so ...more
Misfits farm
May 23, 2019 rated it really liked it

This is an interesting book I originally thought the instant pot was a slow cooker- turns out not, however all is not lost as the receipes can easily be adapted. An instant pot in case like me you have not heard of it is more like a pressure cooker. A pan and/or a slow cooker would easily replace it, however would take a little longer to cook The book is divided into eleven sections ranging from a section on the diversity of indian cooking and the regions, spices etc, breakfast and snacks throug
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Rj
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A collection of Indian recipes from all the different regions of India that can be made in an Instant Pot.
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Rinku Bhattacharya, the Spices & Seasons blogger, is a daytime financial professional, who spends the rest of her time immersed in food. Rinku is the author of the blog, Cooking in Westchester, where she shares her life experiences, original recipes that combine Indian spices with produce from her backyard and local farmers markets. Rinku is blessed with a gardener husband, who always surprise ...more