This vegetable curry bible brings the much-loved curry house menu to life, dish by dish and curry by curry. It also features additional recipes for soups, and beverages, snacks and starters, breads and rice, and desserts. We have become a health-conscious society here in the twenty-first century. As we continue to find out information about processed foods, chemical pesticides, and various nutritional contents of food, many people have become alarmed at the unhealthy make-up of some of our foods. Some people have chosen to eat healthier cutting out fats and carbohydrates in an effort to both eat better and to control weight gain. Other people have chosen a different route. They have decided that the way to go is to eat vegetarian or vegan. The choice to become a vegetarian or vegan is a very personal one. The reasons people eschew meat are wide and varied. It's not always an easy lifestyle either. Problems can abound especially when attending events or eating out. This CD is compiled with both vegetarians and carnivores alike. You can substitute and vegetable for almost any meat, but it works best with chicken. You can experiment with changing meats but with the vegetarian option one should keep to the recipe as close as possible. Here is a list of some of the great dishes covered on this CD: Vegetable Korma, Indonesian Fried Rice, Malai Kofta, Balti Vegetarian, Chana Dal Khichiri, Home-made Paneer, Oriental Mixed Vegetable Parcels, Onion Bhajee, Dahi Potato Curry, Naan Bread with Curried Vegetables, Sweet Mango Chutney, Green Curry Paste, Vermicelli Kheer (Dessert), And many more! I hope that you enjoy the great taste of flavours, and with over 170 pages you are bound to find more than one that you like. There are also tips and hints throughout the pages. Let us help you to learn more about vegetarian curries and food right now and as always we will even throw in a few more books on the subject free of charge.