About Your Cookery Book

 

Your Cookery Book - Spice BoxWelcome to your cookery book

Your cookery book helps you gain access to a variety of online recipes from around the world. You will find many Indian starters recipes, curry recipes, homemade drinks recipes, Chinese recipes, Italian recipes, Thai recipes and many more to whet your appetite.

Everybody loves tasty food. It is even better when we make it ourselves. Just follow our simple instructions which will give you the ability to make restaurant quality food for a fraction of the price.

Indian food is popular all over the world and we find Indian restaurants everywhere we go. Even back in the 14th century the popularity of Indian ground spice led to it being imported by many western countries. When Middle East closed its overland route from Asia to Europe in 14th century, it forced Europe to find sea rout to India. History is witnessed of spice trade in western country which was exported from India.

Indian people are popular for their hospitality. In Indian culture, a guest is shared in the same light as god. The saying ‘Atithi Devo Bhavah’ means the guest is god. Indian women cook so many different recipes and when any guests arrive for a meal, they serve food to guest before any family members have it.

Your Cookery BookTraditional Indian food is very aromatic with full of pure ground spices. From North India to South and West to East, you will find thousands of different and delicious foods. Every state has got its own traditional recipes. The North India has Mughal influences while the East has Chinese influences, all making for a great dining experience. There are also so many recipes that are only cooked for special occasions such as religious festivals. Like in Diwali festival several’s of savoury recipes, sweet recipes and feasts are cooked to celebrate Diwali festival and people share these foods with their relatives, neighbours and friends.

Most of the Indian foods are spicy and some people can’t bear this. Not all recipes are spicy, the level of spice required is your choice; you can make it milder by reducing the number of chillies or the quantity of chilli powder or garam masala. Only add extra spices to your food, if you like your food to have a spicy kick, otherwise keep it mild. Mild Indian food still gives you same delicious taste. Some foods can be very greasy but you can reduce oil, butter or ‘ghee’ and this will help to lower the amount of grease in the food.

Diwali Feast - Your Cookery BookA little experiment in your cooking method can get you your own innovative recipes. Our recipes are very easy to make as long as you follow simple instructions.

You will find from starter to main dishes here in your cookery book. Whether you are non-vegetarian or vegetarian, we have got full range of recipes. We have got your full gourmet banqueting night meal recipes here. It’s easy to follow and step by step guidance for variety of Indian cuisine and other countries too.

Please consider this is your online Indian cookery book and you can also called it is my cookery book.

Vegetable Recipes

Veg Starter Recipes

Snack Recipes

Chaat Recipes

Veg Soup Recipes

Chutney, Pickle And Sauce Recipes

Salad And Raita Recipes

Veg Side Dish Recipes

Veg Main Course Recipes

Daal Recipes And Bean Recipes

Farali Recipes

Bread Recipes

Rice Recipes

Beverages

Sweet And Dessert Recipes

Non-Vegetable Recipes

Non-Veg Starter Recipes

Non-Veg Side Dish Recipes

Non-Veg Main Course Recipes

Non-Veg Rice Recipes

International Cuisine Recipes

 

Enjoy cooking the foods!

  42 Responses to “About Your Cookery Book”

  1. Very good explanation about the spices. One tip, those not familiar with the spices can also get mixed spices. There are various strengths, they can start from mild ones.
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  2. I love how spices can really change the flavor of what you are cooking. We like to eat ground turkey and have always found we have to use a bit more spice to get some real flavor. Good post today, thanks as always for sharing.

  3. There is nothing that can beat our Indian spices :) Very nice post!!
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  4. very good information..thanks for sharing this.
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  5. Very nice and informative post about Indian spices..

  6. Hey thank you so much for visiting my space…you have a nice space too, will be surfing on the veg section now :)
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  7. Nice post n good explanation about spices.
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  8. Nice post and beautiful blog.. keep it up.. will try out your recipes..
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  9. thanks for all your lovely comments on my blog. i am wondering you don’t have an about page. i will browse through your veg section.
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  10. Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving such nice commnets

  11. Very interesting post about spices. Enjoyed reading it.,
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  12. Love flavourful Indian kitchen. Good to learn more about spices.
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  13. hi first time here, you are having such a lovely space here….
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  15. Haven’t gotten the chance to see and know more about your site but I did randomly check two of the posts.Are you the writer behind or is it collection of recipes?
    I use lot of spices in my kitchen, In fact all indians do, they just can’t live without them.
    Balvinder recently posted..Roasted Asparagus with Parsley RemouladeMy Profile

    • Welcome to your cookery book Balvinder and thanks for the visit. I am a just normal lady with lots of cooking passion (like most of us have). All recipes are posted here were cooked, written and clicked by me unless it is stated it’s from other fellow blogger. Spices are most essential in our cooking, aren’t they?
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  16. Spices are a must in the kitchen! I love your cooking blog! It has a lot of interesting recipes, explained step by step! Greetings!
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  17. Your Website design is awesome dear. I take an inspiration about this and will try to make a blog on foods.

  18. I have been following your blog long time now and trying your recipe. I am so grateful to you for providing simple and restaurant style recipes on your site as I am still learning to cook. Cheers for it.

  19. Great Indian Recipes You have got on your site :)

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  21. I just found this blog and it looks so good that I can’t wait to start tasting your recipes. Thank you so much ;)

  22. I needed to thank you for your great recipes! I definitely loved every
    bit of it. I have got you book marked too look at new
    recipes you post…

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