Author: Neelam Pokhrel, Nabin Niroula

Category: Cooking and Drinks

Regular price: $9.99

Deal price: Free

Deal starts: February 10, 2023

Deal ends: February 10, 2023


Hi, I'm Neelam from Veganbell. I'm a great cook but a terrible copywriter, and I hope I've done a good job at marketing my first cookbook in the description below. Thank you for checking out my product page. :) 

90 Easy-to-Follow Indian Vegan Dishes. Tailored For Newbie Cooks, Dal & Curry Lovers.

Discover the authentic taste of India, right from your kitchen. Whether you're new to Indian cooking and want to start experimenting at home, or you're a level 10 curry-lover (like I am) and wish to recreate restaurant-style flavors, this is the cookbook for you.From Rajma Chawal to Paani Puri, you'll come across some of the gorgeous-looking, best-tasting, fun-to-make recipes. 

Some of my star recipes include:

* Dried Fruits Pulao* Rajma Chawal* Chana Masala* Aloo Palak* Matar Mushroom Masala* South Indian Kurma* Kadai Tofu* Vegan Butter Chicken* Aloo Tikki* Gobi Pakoda* Aloo Pyaaz Paratha* Creamy Tomato Soup* Kaju Katli* Nankhatai* Imli Chutney

Beautiful Images.

Tons of delicious-looking recipe images to inspire you, and to help you understand what the final dish (should) look like. Super useful if you're new to Indian dishes. 

Every Information You'll Ever Need.

I have fortified the cookbook with super useful tips and information so you can cook all 90 recipes without having to google any weird ingredients or kitchen appliances.Please Note: 17 out of 90 recipes in this cookbook require you to have a pressure cooker (it's impossible to get the same rich and authentic flavors of dishes like Pulao and Rajma Chawal by cooking them normally in a pan. I tried this during the making of this cookbook and wasn't impressed). To help you with this, I have included detailed cooking instructions and timings for all 3 types of pressure cookers: Jiggletop, stovetop, and electric pressure cookers (like the Instant Pot). If you don't have a pressure cooker, you can still enjoy 71 awesome recipes. 

Stupidly Detailed Instructions.

Indian foods don't exactly follow the set-it-and-forget-it rule like most other cuisines. The cooking is very much step-by-step based. This is why I have tried my absolute best in breaking down a recipe into multiple steps and then into sub-steps. This way, you're more invested in the cooking than scratching your head...something I have done myself in the past. :)  

Large Print.

Out of all the cookbooks in my tiny library (and I own 15+ print cookbooks), I'm happy to say that my own cookbook has the biggest, boldest, and most legible font type and font size. Super easy to read and understand - even when you're 2-3 feet away. 

No life stories. Just good food.

Food is already such a personal thing that I didn't want to make it more personal by including my life stories. So no stories of my upbringing, no wedding shots, no cute pics of fur babies. Just good food.