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Rajasthan on a Platter
Healthy. Tasty. Easy
Paper Type: Art Paper (Matt) | Size: 216 x 178mm
All colour; 79 photographs

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Rajasthan on a Platter: Healthy ° Tasty ° Easy offers a wide, select and unique variety of traditional and tasty but simple homemade recipes. It transfers homegrown knowledge to the young generation and caters to multicultural readership. Each recipe has been combined with supplementary food items to present the concept of a tasty, wholesome and nutritious meal. They focus on a fast-changing society where ‘snacking’ is replacing full sit-down meals and ‘finger food’ and ‘quick bites’ fulfill the purpose of a light dinner. The dishes add plenty of nutritive value to the diet and cater to the eating habits and fast lifestyle of the multi-tasking generation. The select recipes are grouped in five categories—cereals, pulses, vegetables, non-vegetarian dishes and special dishes for festivals. Each recipe follows a standard format of preparation time, cooking time, ingredients, nutritional value and its variations, with information on the recommended nutritional allowances for different body types, lifestyles, age groups and genders. Nutritive values of the recipes based on research and reference have been minutely calculated.


Pushpa Gupta
Pushpa Gupta
Author

Pushpa Gupta did her M.Sc. and Ph.D. from MS University, Baroda and Gujarat University, Ahmedabad respectively. She had been associated with teaching, research and extension at College of Home Science for 39 years. Pushpa Gupta was head of the department and Dean of College of Home Science. She has several books and research papers to her credit and has received a national award for farm women empowerment. She is associated with NGOs for social work and also contributes articles for magazines.

Suman Bhatnagar
Suman Bhatnagar
Author

Suman Bhatnagar had completed her M.Sc., M.A. and Ph.D. from MS University, Baroda, Udaipur University and Gujarat University respectively. She was associated with teaching, research and extension at College of Home Science, and Directorate of Extension Education, Agriculture University, Udaipur for 20 years. She has worked as Project Officer (Education) with UNICEF, India for two decades and represented India in many countries. She is committed to render her services for ensuring the rights of children and empowerment of women. She is also writing books and articles in magazines and newspapers. Travelling is her passion and she enjoys writing about her experiences