I am looking for about 50 quick (east) Indian recipes for an Indian cookbook geared to college students in US.
The first requirement is that the recipe should not take more than 25 minutes, period. The whole concept of the book is to be able to teach making Indian meal using semi-readymade ingredients within an half an hour. For example, using canned chickpeas rather than dry ones that need to be soaked overnight. 25 min. includes the prep time.
There are a ton of Indian cookbooks out there including some for college kids and some using microwave cooking.
So put on your blinders and find me some good recipes that take less than 25 minutes!
I'd like to get 50 recipes at the least. Over the years I have collected a few and have some of my favorites too and I will pick out the best 20 to 25 recipes out of the whole collection.
Another important issue is the "simplicity"; if I only have half an hour, I don't want to spend 15 minutes gathering 20 items needed for the recipe. Something to keep in mind!
If you can contribute additional ideas and or some digital pictures, please mention that in your bid and I will evaluate it accordingly.
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