We all secretly have the travel bug in all of us, but the circumstances don't allow us to move away from the borders of our country. Either we don't get time or we put our finances first. But if your travel plans are mainly inspired by the idea of trying local food and drinks, then you are not alone - we love that too. Take, for instance Nepal, this beautiful land has some of the most delicious and scrumptious foods that we Indians love but circumstances don't even let us visit this neighbouring country. But that doesn't mean we should be deprived of delicious food. We have shortlisted some delicious authentic Nepalese dishes that will transport you to the Tibetan land at each bite!
Here Are 6 Authentic Nepalese Dish That Will Make You Drool:
1. Jhol Momos
Who doesn't love momos, this Nepalese dish has become an extremely popular Indian street food that we can't get enough of! However, jhol momos are a bit different from the momos we know of. These momos have a soupy base!
2. Chicken Thukpa
Is it noodles? Is it soup? Nope, it is both! Thukpa is a traditional noodle soup that is perfect for a cold-winter evening. This warm dish is made with mixed vegetables, chicken and noodles to give a nutrient-packed meal in a bowl.
3. Piro Aloo
Aloo lovers will love this masaledaar aloo ki sabzi. Piro translates to spicy in Nepali, the dish literally means spicy potatoes. The taste of piro aloo is similar to the desi dum aloo but it is spicer. This dish is perfect for spice lovers.
Khajuri is a popularNepalese dessert. This crispy deep-fried dessert is made using easily available ingredients like semolina, refined flour, powdered sugar, milk and ghee. The result is a sweet kachori like dessert.
5. Chicken Broth
This Tibetan chicken broth is the perfect soup for cold winters. This broth is made with a wide range of condiments to give a wholesome and earthy bowl of soup. It is best enjoyed with a plate full of hot steamed momos.
6. Sel Roti
Sel roti is a rice-based dish that is a cross between a doughnut and a bagel. This sweet dish is made with bananas, rice, sugar and more to make a brown-crispy hoop. This Nepali dish makes a delicious and heavy breakfast!
Try out these delicious recipes and tell us which one is your favourite in the comments section.