Braised Snake Gourd

A Nepalese Dish

Garlic

Garlic

The plant we call Snake Gourd is probably native to India, and is popular throughout the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia, with many local recipes.

This is one way of preparing the vegetable that is popular in Nepal.  You can also Continue reading

Saag Panir साग पनीर

A Nepalese Classic
Limes and Garam Masala Essential

Cooking with limes

Limes

Saag Panir   साग पनीर  is a dish made from soft Panir cheese and Spinach or other greens in the cuisines of Northern India and Nepal.

Recipe adapted from Mrs. Ratna Sarat, head of the Yak and Yeti Hotel, Kathmandu. This recipe makes enought for six to eight servings and takes about 20 minutes to prepare and anther 20 minutes cooking time. Continue reading

Green Bean and Sesame Salad

Green Beans Meet Sesame Seeds

How to make Nepalese Green Bean and Sesame Salad

This Nepalese vegetarian dish will serve 4.  Recipe adapted from Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid.

Green Bean and Sesame Salad

Nepalese

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Yellow Lentils / पीली दाल

A Nourishing and Filling Dish
Formula from the Yak and Yeti

How to cook delicious and healthy Asian dishes using tomatoes

Tomatoes

Nepalese dish of the Indian persuasion.  It came from a hostess in Kathmandu, so it can be called Nepalese, but like many dishes of that country, has close affinities with similar dishes in Indian cooking.

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Nepalese Cuisine

The Roof the the World
Chandradeva’s Pathway

“The wildest dreams of Kew are the facts of Kathmandu.” — Rudyard Kipling [1]

Vale of Kathmandu, Nepal

Vale of Kathmandu

What is Nepalese cuisine? Actually, the question should be, What Nepal? Or, what cuisine? For a relatively small country, Nepal has an astonishing variety of cuisines that can be called Nepalese.

Often thought of as a lofty, mountainous  land, home of the world’s Continue reading