The Easy Indian Cookbook

Dinner is a naan issue with easy Indian slow cooker recipes.

It's tempting to reach for the take-out menu when you think about how long it can take to make your favorite Indian dishes at home. But you don't have to spend your day in the kitchen to enjoy a home-cooked, traditional curry or masala. The Easy Indian Slow Cooker Cookbook gives you quick prep recipes for your slow cooker so that you can enjoy all of the spices that Indian food has to offer without wasting any time. Fire up your taste buds, not your stove, with the speedy and spicy recipes in this Indian cookbook.

An Indian cookbook for any schedule with:

  • Over 60 Classic Recipes Made Easy with little to no pre-cooking or stove-top prep
  • An Introduction to Indian Cooking for more than just an Indian cookbook--with background history of key spices and regions
  • Tips and Tricks to help you master your slow cooker for ready-to-go Indian food

A classic Indian cookbook with recipes such as: Chickpea Curry, Red Lentil Dhal, Ginger Soup, Saffron Rice, Vindaloo Vegetables, Mixed Vegetable Pilau, Chicken Tikka Masala, Pork Vindaloo, Minted Indian Meatballs, Tamarind and Ginger Chutney, Naan, Creamy Rice Pudding, Sweet Rice and Almond Pudding, and much more!

“Combining Indian food with a slow cooker offers a winning combination. This book is perfectly timed to help us all reconnect with our slow cookers and offers a wonderful range of recipes.”
Peter Sidwell, Founder of Simply Good Food TV

“With vibrant images throughout and informative writing both on the origins of these classic dishes and how to use this often neglected piece of equipment (the slow cooker), Hari has changed the way we look at and cook Indian cuisine. The book includes recipes to suit all tastes, including vegetarian and meat dishes, sides and even dessert! This is the perfect book for anyone with a busy lifestyle.”
Tony Rudd, Chef at Copper and Ink

“A genuinely useful, informative book. Hari makes a virtue out of the slow cooker appliance as it chimes so perfectly with the traditional slow cooking required for many Indian dishes – dishes you can do 15 minutes of prep for, then leave to cook to perfection while you get on with other things.”
Karen Barnes, Editor of Delicious Magazine


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Hari Ghotra