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Nepal Cuisine: Jay Rai's Kitchen

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Nepal Cuisine: Jay Rai's Kitchen

Lunghezza:
60 pagine
48 minuti
Pubblicato:
Aug 2, 2012
ISBN:
9781476040691
Formato:
Libro

Descrizione

This cookbook contains the traditional cooking you would find in the Himalayas region of Nepal. Spicy vegetarian and meat dishes served with rice and chutney.

Pubblicato:
Aug 2, 2012
ISBN:
9781476040691
Formato:
Libro

Informazioni sull'autore

Jay is an event planner from England and is proud to be part of a ethnically diverse Britain.'Jay Rai's Kitchen', series of Asian cookbooks is her collection of favourite recipes which she has had prepared for her organised events and family functions.Her cookbooks which were published in November 2011 are a variety of curry cookbooks from regions of Asia.Jay is currently concentrating on her business but will produce more titles in the future.

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Nepal Cuisine

Jay Rai

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Copyright 2011-12 Springwood emedia

A GUIDE TO NEPALESE DINING

Regular everyday Nepali food is very healthy, nourishing , practical and surprisingly tasty. However, during many festivals foods can contain an elaborate assortment of delights. The typical daily meal for most people consist of Dal Bhat which consists of rice (Bhat), lentil soup (dal) and vegetables in curry (Tarkari) and/or meat (Masu) with a small amount of pickle /sauce (Achar).

EATING HABIT

Main Meal: In most part of country, especially rice-growing areas, Dal Bhat is eaten twice a day. Generally, the first meal of the day is eaten from about 7:00 to 10:00 a.m. and the second shortly after sunset around 6:00 to 7:00 a.m. During weekends (Saturday), the first meal is obviously eaten little bit later.

Snacking: Snack such as bread, chuira (beaten rice), roti (flat bread), curried vegetables, milked tea and other snacks are also generally eaten in between the two big meals.

EATING METHOD & CULTURE

Traditionally Nepalese eat with their right hand. Food may be served in a metal plate divided into separate compartments called Thal or simple plate. Nepali food is eaten in a typical way, for example: Dal Bhat is eaten in following way. At first, Dal is poured over the rice if the Dal came in a separate bowl. They are separated in chunks with your fingers. Then a bit of Tarkari and/or Achar is added for each chunks. Everything is eaten together in a chunk with the right hand.

INTRODUCTION TO NEPALESE FOOD

The food in Nepal differs from the one culture to the another. However, here’s a typical sample of food from different cultures in Nepal.

Dal, Bhat and Tarkari - translated as Lentils, Rice and Curried vegetable. It is the main staple diet of most Nepali people.

NEPALI APPETIZERS (SNACKS)

Chatamari - (Newari) food resembles Pizza or Dosa (south Indian). rice flour flat bread cooked over heat with toppings such as minced meat (with or without some vegetable), egg, sugar or no toppings.

Choyla - (Newari) grilled

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