Gundruk Soup

Gundruk is a fermented form of broad mustard leaves, yellow mustard, radish, or cauliflower leaves. It can also be cooked with/without potato or soybean. Leaves are sun-dried, washed, and fermented in an earthen jar for about a week. It is taken out of the jar and sun-dried again until it turns crispy and ready for longer...

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Vegan Momos Recipe

Momos are a must try in Nepal. In different places, different spices are used in stuffing to make momos more spicy or less. It is better not to use any spices in the stuffing but use different types of dips to suit your tastes. Dips with hot chili spices are popular and fun for eating...

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Kodo ko Roti (Millet bread)

Millet is a good source of manganese, magnesium, and phosphorus. A cup of cooked millet contains 19% of the daily value of magnesium, which is a cofactor for more than 300 enzymes, including those related to the use of glucose and insulin secretion. Phosphorus provided by millet contributes to cell repair of the body. It...

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