Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Tarla Dalal : How Can I Say "Cook It Up With Tarla Dalal"

Tarla Dalal, one of India's most celebrated chefs and prolific cookbook writers, died of a heart attack in Mumbai this morning. She was 77.

Ms Dalal taught many Indians to make big, fluffy bhaturas and soft, perfect idlis in their kitchens, demystifying the most intricate dishes with easy-to-follow recipes in over 100 cookbooks that sold three million copies.

It is true that cooking is an art, a daily routine transferred to a passion. In the ancient times, women of India were known to be masters in cooking and since years they have undertaken this routine activity. Over the period of time women started taking this activity as lucrative career option and have achieved great success in the same over past several years. Tarla Dalal and Neeta Mehta are live examples of the incredible success achieved in the cooking field.

If you are fond of good old Indian cooking, and aspire to be an Indian Vegetarian Cookbook Superstar, all you have to do is glance through 'The Joys of Vegetarian Cooking' by famous Tarla Dalal.

Tarla Dalal is a famous name in cooking recipe books. She has been awarded 'Padma Shri' by president of India for her contribution in cookery.

She is no more with us as she expired in the early hours of this morning. She made a mark for herself and taught culinary skills to many households.  How Can I Say "Cook It Up With Tarla Dalal". Yes! Celebrity chef Tarla Dalal dies at 77.

May her soul rest in peace.


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