Enjoy the exotic spices and flavors of India with this Indian cuisine recipe app by iCooking
Choose from 61 of the most delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes for you and your family to enjoy
Never forget an ingredient while you're at the store again
Enjoy the exotic spices and flavors of India with iCooking Indian Cuisine. The iCooking Indian Cuisine app gives you 61 of the most delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes for you and your family to enjoy. A mouthwatering photo accompanies all of these carefully selected and tested recipes. The easy-to-follow instructions ensure that cooking your meal will be a breeze.
Never forget an ingredient while you’re at the store again--with this app you will know everything you need to complete these wonderful dishes with an easy-to-read list of ingredients and instructions.
Do you have your own special recipes? They can easily be added to your iCooking cookbook. Once you have tried these recipes out you will want to share your discovery with your friends and family--just send each recipe via email straight from the app. Gain a comprehensive cookbook library at your fingertips with this handy app and others by iCooking. Bon Appétit!
Other iCooking apps available include: Appetizers, BBQ, Bread, Chinese Cuisine, Desserts, French Cuisine, Greek Cuisine, Gifts Jam and Jelly, Indian Cuisine, Italian Cuisine, Japanese Cuisine, Little chefs, Mexican Cuisine, Moroccan Cuisine, Pies and Quiches, Salads, Slow Cooker, Soups, Spanish Cuisine, Vegetarian Cuisine.
By themselves, the recipes are very good but what I really like are the possibilities. The graphics / photographs shown on my kindle fire are clear and colourful. There are categories; appetizers, main dish, desserts plus two others: these are the ones that appeal to me. Favourites and. " MY RECIPES " ; here one can fill in one's own recipes plus your own photographs. I can see this to be my own go-to Indian Cook Book. P.S. I like the Chinese version too.
This is a great cookbook which I would have given five stars except for one defect which limits it's usefulness. Throughout the book there are areas where the text cannot be read because it is superimposed on top of very bright areas in the underlying food picture.