Indian Superfood Cookbook Review
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"With all the talk about superfoods and antioxidants in the media these days, it can be hard to weed out what’s really worthwhile information and what isn’t. Gurpareet Bains makes it easy – and tasty – in his Indian Superfood cookbook. By providing clear, concise information about antioxidants, ORAC values, and even conversion charts from metric to U.S. standard weights and measures, Mr. Bains makes it easy for everyone to cook and enjoy wonderful, healthy Indian foods. This cookbook is the perfect introduction to Indian cuisine for the novice, yet those familiar with the cooking will find themselves intrigued by new ideas. How can a person not love Mr. Bains’ recipe for Sweet Potato and Mooli Bubble and Squeak (page 30)? The Chicken with Orange and Apricots recipe (page 114) is a delightful break from the ordinary, yet not so intimidating that one would be afraid to make it. It’s also worth noting that each recipe includes information about its antibacterial, analgesic and other properties – so readers and cooks alike will be able to understand the benefits of the many and varied spices used in this beautiful and tantalizing book."
"I’m usually a bit cautious when it comes to trying new food – willing, but cautious. Gurpareet Bains’s Indian Superfood is just the kind of cookbook that would push my food boundaries and motivate me to try something new. Filled with plenty of information concerning superfoods and superspices, the ingredients to include in order to get the recommended amount of antioxidants needed to fight disease, this cookbook is your information guide to healthy eating. Each recipe lets you know exactly how these ingredients will benefit you, like letting you know that the Lamb with Red Kidney Beans (page 75) contains garlic which is antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory. By including this, you can tailor your recipe choices to your individual needs. If you’re looking for a healthy way to add cultural variety to your menu, then this is the cookbook you’re going to want to read."
"The cookbook Indian Superfood by Gurpareet Bains was quite the eye-opening and refreshing cookbook to explore. I've always enjoyed Indian food, but struggle with cooking it. This book is a heaven-sent for anyone trying to master Indian cuisine. But not just for cooking, I found this book fascinating; all the information about spices and how antioxidizing they truly are is not information I think is widely known. I think this book could open up the eyes of someone who is a bit wary of Indian food as well, it shows the health benefits of this type of cooking and how it's really not that hard, and you can control your spice level. Combine all of this great information with the eye-catching photos and intoxicating recipes; like Best-Ever Chicken Tikka Masala (pg. 109), and you have a truly wonderful cookbook to add to your collection. I say embrace something new in your kitchen and this cookbook can surely help you with that. "
"In Indian Superfood, author Gupareet Bains takes a unique look at cooking. Here, the recipes are a combination of traditional Indian food with antioxidant rich super-foods. These super-foods and super-spices are highly touted for their health benefits, and here the recipes show you how to cook with them. If you are big into nutrition and culinary experimentation, then this cookbook is most definitely for you. Either way this is a great cookbook, as the recipes are extremely easy to read and the pictures, when included, are a sight to behold. I absolutely adore the flavors of Indian food, so this unique cookbooks is great for me."
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