Taste of Nepal

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Hippocrene Books, 2007 - Cooking - 470 pages
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The landlocked nation of Nepal, tucked into the Himalayan mountains between India and Tibet, has a surprisingly diverse cuisine for such a small country. The main food is rice served with dal (lentils) and vegetables, but potato and noodle dishes are also common, and meat and fish (from the many rivers and lakes) are also served when available. The most comprehensive Nepalese cookbook on the market, 'Taste of Nepal' includes over 350 authentic recipes, something for everyone, from the most timid cook (Fried Rice and Stir-fried Chicken) to adventurous home chefs (Goat Curry and Sun-dried Fish with Tomato Chutney). The instructions are clearly written and the ingredients are readily available in the United States. Also included are information on Nepalese kitchen equipment, traditional herbs and spices, menu planning, and proper dining etiquette.
  

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I've never been anywhere near Nepal but I am a huge fan of Nepalease/Tibetan/Himalayan cuisine that I have experienced in restaurants here in Australia. I really wasn't sure what to expect when I ... Read full review

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Khaajaa ra Chamena 15 SNACKS AND APPETIZERS
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Pakaaune Saamaagri ra 411 NEPALI INGREDIENTS
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