Sunday, June 3, 2007

About Indian Cooking

Vegetable and lentils are an essential part of an Indian diet. Vegetable curries are either cooked dry, with the natural juices in the vegetables supplying the moisture, or with a little sauce, or made into a sort of purée (bhurta). A little water can be added to dry-cooked vegetables to prevent them from sticking to the pan during cooking. Very little spice is used in cooking vegetables, and they should never be overcooked.

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