Paragliding

Amongst all types of Adventure activities, Paragliding holds a special place – it is simply free flying with the aid of simple-shaped craft parachutes. Flying like a bird high up above in the sky from where you can see almost everything and everyone stayed only a fantasy until the adventurous experience of paragliding came to […]

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Momo

Momo is a type of steamed dumpling with some form of filling. A simple white-flour-and-water dough is generally preferred to make the outer momo covering. Sometimes, a little yeast or baking soda is added to give a more doughy texture to the finished product. Traditionally, momo is prepared with ground/minced meat filling, but in the […]

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Butter Tea

It is made from tea leaves, yak butter, water, and salt, although butter made from cow’s milk. It is made by boiling pu-erh tea leaves in water for half a day, achieving a dark brown color. It is then skimmed, and poured into a cylinder with fresh yak butter and salt which is then shaken. […]

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Tsampa

The whole barley grains are roasted in hot sand, and then ground to a fine powder, as fine as flour. Raw flour, like raw grain, is not edible, but because tsampa is made from cooked grain, it needs no further cooking. The Tibetans not only used it in cooking, but also in their tea. Tsampa […]

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Kodo ko Roti

It is typical prepared from finger millet locally called Kodo which is served with Sidra ko achar. Preparation: Mix finger millet flour with water and knead to make a thick paste. Spread a heap of paste over a Bepari or Banana leaf, covered by another leaf, and bake in heat Tawa (Flat Pan). Transfer the […]

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Kinema Curry

It is an indigenous fermented soybean food. The slimy, odorous product of fermentation is traditionally prepared into a soup that is consumed with rice, but can also be turned into a savoury dip or a pungent side dish to be consumed along with rice or bread. Kinema Curry is prepared with onion, turmeric powder, green […]

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Gundruk

It is served as a side dish with the main meal and is also used as an appetizer. Gundruk is an important source of minerals, particularly during the off-season when the diet consists of mostly starchy tubers and maize, which tend to be low in minerals. Gundruk is made from leafy greens that are crushed […]

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