Nepalese food


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Nepalese cuisine

Nepali cuisine refers to the food eaten in Nepal. As you all know Nepal is culturally and geographically diverse country so we have the diverse cuisine too. Nepalese food is famous for its nutrition level and tempting taste as well. Some of the popular and typical Nepalese foods are:

  • Daal-Bhat-Tarkari

This food is eaten throughout the country. This set of food is eaten in both luch and dinner. Dal is a soup made of lentils with some species. Bhat is cooked rice and Tarkari refers to the vegetables.

  • Achar or Chutney

Achar are the fresh or a fermented spicy pickle. Without pickle Nepalese food is incomplete. People usually take the spicy chutney with lunch and dinner.

  • Dhido

Dhido is also one of the popular foods in Nepal which is made up of Corn flour, Wheat flour, Millet flour or Buckwheat flour. It is made by cooking flour in boiled water with continues stirring.

  • Sel Roti

Sel Roti is a traditional home made sweet, ring-shaped rice doughnut. It is made up of rice flour. This dish ne prepared during Hindu festivals like Tihar and Maghesankaranti and other ceremonies like Marriage, Bartabandha, etc.

  • MoMo

This is popular fast food in Nepal. It is Tibetan style dumplings with Nepali spices served with achar.

  • Chiura

It is popular traditional food of Nepal made of paddy. It's made by soaking, draining, roasting, flaking the paddy followed by removing of the husk. It is usually consumed in festivals with masu (meat).

  • Gundruk

Gundruk is the lactic acid fermented product of green Leafy vegetables. The vegetable Leaf generally used includes Rayo, Mustard leaf, Radish leaf and cauliflower leaf. It can be preserved for long time after sun drying and simple packaging.

  • Alu Tama

Alu Tama is simply unique and classic Nepali curry. Alu Tama means Potato Bamboo shoots. Tama is the salted lactic acid fermented bamboo shoot product in bamboo growing region of Nepal.

 

 

 

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