Don’t Miss It: “The Easiest Cookbook on Earth” Going FREE only from 1 to 5 August 2014

“How to Cook in a Jiffy-even if you have never boiled an egg before” by Prasenjeet Kumar, is now ABSOLUTELY FREE for only 5 days from 1-5 August 2014.

Online PR News – 02-August-2014 – New Delhi – How to Cook in a Jiffy-even if you have never boiled an egg before” by Prasenjeet Kumar, also touted as the “Easiest Cookbook on Earth” is now ABSOLUTELY FREE on the Author’s blog, for only 5 days from 1-5 August 2014.

The regular price of the paperback version of the book on Amazon is $11.99.
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Never boiled an egg before but want to learn the magic art of cooking? Then don’t leave home without this Survival Cookbook: “How to Cook in a Jiffy-even if you have never boiled an egg before”. This Book by Prasenjeet Kumar, recounts, with wit and humour, the author’s own semi-autobiographical experiences of participating in a “finding me a meal ritual…….(and) bumbling about in the wonderlands of cooking” in London, where he was pursuing for four years an LLB (Honours) degree as well as Legal Practice Course (LPC) Diploma.

Where this book scores over other “How To” cookbooks is in the manner in which it treats no question as “too stupid”. Its next USP is its very logical and structured approach in which it follows a step by step “graduation” process.

You start with some very basic cooking techniques such as how to break, poach, fry, boil (and peel!) an egg, learn how to handle chicken, vegetables and fish and then “graduate” to making such “complicated” recipes as cheese omelette, vegetables au gratin, baked chicken or French Onion Soup.

The progression taught is logical and almost common-sense. For example, once you boil an egg, you are taught how to make an egg sandwich and then graduate to making a grilled egg sandwich. Similarly, you are first taught how to boil a chicken, and then use the stock to make a chicken sweet corn soup and the boiled chicken for making KFC-style breaded chicken.

Most uniquely, the book claims to teach the concept of “sequencing and parallel processing” in cooking that should enable busy people to create a 3-4 course meal in less than 30 minutes.

The book is fun and entertaining to read. The photographs used in the book are all taken by the author himself, in natural light, without using any inedible garnish or props, and of the dishes that were made right in his kitchen. These are just meant to illustrate how exactly the dish would look like if you prepared them yourself, the author assures.

So be it healthy college cooking, or cooking for a single person or even outdoor cooking---this book promises to help you survive all situations by teaching you how to cook literally in a jiffy.

In return, the author has just a request to make, which in his own words is: “if you do download and read this book, would you please give me some feedback and leave a review on Amazon, if you are happy?”

The author Prasenjeet Kumar is also the self-taught designer, writer, editor and proud owner of the website which he has dedicated to his mother.