Traditional Indian Thali By Vaishali Tripathi
Traditional Indian Thali: Maharashtiyan, Gujarati, Rajasthani, Punjabi, South Indian Thali [Vegetarian] is a cookbook by Vaishali Tripathi, published in 2013.
India is a diverse country, and its cuisines are no different. From North to South, East to West, you get to taste different mouth-watering cuisines. Indian cuisine is a blend of assorted flavors and aromas served on a plate called thali. Every region has its specialties and way of cooking. There are five popular thali’s in India, namely Maharashtrian, Gujarati, Rajasthani, Punjabi, and South Indian. All of these include rice, roti or chapati or puri, papad, salad, raita, at least 2-3 vegetables [dry and gravy], dal, plain curd, one curry, and sweets. This book serves as a guide to all those who love to explore and try different traditional Indian recipes.
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A traditional Indian thali is an assortment of small dishes served on a platter. The word thali comes from the Sanskrit word meaning “to cover.” In India, it’s typically eaten with your hands and comes at the end of a meal. It’s also a great way to sample a variety of foods!
In her book Traditional Indian Thali By Vaishali Tripathi, author Vaishali Tripathi takes you on an adventure through the world of Indian food. She introduces you to each dish in this traditional Indian meal, explains how they’re made, and gives you recipes so that you can make them yourself. You’ll learn about ingredients like tamarind pulp, coconut oil, and more as you explore the history, culture, religion, and more.
This book is perfect for anyone who loves Indian food or wants to learn more about its traditions!