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Indian Instant Pot® Cookbook: Traditional Indian Dishes Made Easy and Fast (Paperback)
Traditional Indian cuisine comes to your very modern Instant Pot®.
Discover how simple and delicious traditional Indian cuisine can be. The Indian Instant Pot Cookbook offers fast and easy takes on classic Indian dishes—all designed to be cooked in your electric pressure cooker.
Whether you’re new to Indian food or looking to experiment at home, The Indian Instant Pot Cookbook keeps things simple with limited-ingredient, quick-fix recipes for everything from Basmati Pulao to Chicken Tikka Masala. Learn how to properly use your Instant Pot, stock up essential spices, substitute ingredients, and more.
The Indian Instant Pot Cookbook includes:
- 50 authentic recipes—Bring a wide array of Indian flavors to your table with Marathi Kadhi (tangy yogurt soup), Murgh Makhani (butter chicken), Masala Chai (spiced tea), and more.
- Indian cuisine made easy—This Instant Pot cookbook shows you how to speed up your cooking with simple recipes that don’t sacrifice flavor, plus lists of must-have ingredients and equipment.
- Expert guidance—Get tips and tricks designed to help you clean, maintain, and get the most out of your electric pressure cooker with this Instant Pot cookbook.
Who needs restaurants? Let the Indian Instant Pot Cookbook show you how to start making delicious curries and more at home.
About the Author
URVASHI PITRE is the passionate home cook and food blogger behind TwoSleevers.com, as well as the author of the bestselling Indian Instant Pot© Cookbook. On her blog she couples her popular low-carb and keto recipes with her love of the Instant Pot®. Urvashi and her family make their home in Dallas, Texas.
"If you’ve ever glanced at traditional recipes for Indian dishes, you’ll know that they tend to use long lists of ingredients, require multiple steps, and take a great deal of time. Indian Instant Pot Cookbook aims to streamline the process while retaining the authenticity of the food, and begins with an introduction to pressure cooking and to the basic spices and ingredients you’ll need to cook the recipes found in the book." —Mashup Mom blog
“The recipes [in Indian Instant Pot Cookbook] are simple to prepare and average about 10-15 minutes prep time. Who doesn’t love saving time in the kitchen?!” —Amee’s Savory Dish blog
“[Indian Instant Pot Cookbook ] is filled with recipes that will help me expand my love of Indian cooking.” —Pressure Cooking Today blog