Can you eat traditional Nepalese cuisines during a visit to Nepal?? Take a look…
Nepalese cuisine is an amalgamation of different lifestyles, cultures and geographies existing in the small land-locked nation of Nepal. Divided into 3 geographical regions; Terai (South), Hills and the Mountains (North), the inhabitants of these regions are made up of variety in nature, lifestyle, taste and appetite.
Traditionally linked to India and Tibet with greater cultural liaison from the past, most of the Nepalese meals are the variants of the ethnic meals from these two nations. However, the locales residing on the remote regions of Nepal have created their own cuisines over the time, utilizing available local landmasses, cultures and weather.
∞Major Nepalese Cuisines∞
# Dal Bhat
Dal Bhat (Hindi: Dal Chawal) refers to a traditional meal most consumed in Greater regions of Nepal, Bangladesh and India. Due to the ease in cooking, availability of ingredients and historic existence, Dal Bhat has been the staple diet of…
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