When I was born in Russia, when I first arrived in Nepal, I would not see the temples and mountains that caught the imagination of every traveler, and no, I did not go to eat. Actually, I got dragged here. You see, Nepal caught me for the first time, it was six years old, so the usual tourist incidents did not interest me yet. Obviously, Nepal did not interest me either. Mom and then lovers were going to vacation in Nepal and were visiting aunts (mother 's sister) who married a couple in Nepal at that time in Russia. With a memory of Nepal I saw in the 80 's, it certainly did not leave me as an impression of GIDA; I remember that, mostly, there was not much interest in the Himalayas and Pagodas. My mom and I would then migrate to America and I could not eat Nepalese food without taste other than the taste of the (spicy Nepalese pickles) or even the "same" substitute Indian food. Nepalese food was at the age of 24 when I once again excited my memories and taste buds.
When I came to Nepal, it changed slightly in 2007 this time. My family saw that there was more traffic now, the current times were more tight, but Nepal's core remained the same. I loved him, but he was the tourists who caught my attention. Nepal is certainly more popular then, and the developing tourist industry has come to see the ease with which Nepal 's real taste is hidden, making it easy to meet the fear that Western tourists are experimenting with something new. Nepali food.
Unlike thousands of people coming to Nepal now for trekking in the Himalayas, I went out to do the same. The area I was passing through the Annapurna Conservation Area was the most developed hiking route in Nepal, but I got away from what I saw. Once upon a time, they offered pizza and Caesar salad among other typical western products to accommodate the peasant, new-season trekker tastes of traditional Nepali cuisine.
Perhaps my views are most different, but when I come to a country, it is as much experience that that country can offer. The people, the landscapes and the culture, and those who are able to succeed in the upstairs, will take a large part of what is in Nepal, but at the same time, they will leave a lot of pardon on the table.
Tell me, awesome tourist who is very close to the nails on a chalk board. I failed to understand how people traveling thousands of miles away traveled. They are confronted with some form of fear that they persist in the journey (possibly treated with counter medications or treated with antibiotics in Nepal) and they dare not go out for a meal outside the Hyatt. Cultural diversity as much as Nepal, but also various kitchens. Auntie best expresses this: "Chances come from tourists who want to prepare mushrooms, sausages and olive pizzas from a Nepalese village, not diarrhea Nepali diners they take."
I do not know you, but I trust the Nepalese more than they know a peasant and I trust in eating food on a daily basis; which is far more than trying to recreate the Western kitchen with intermittent cooling and Nepal 's "unnatural" ingredients. Unfortunately, not everyone thinks in the same way, as I found myself, trekking among many dumbfounded travelers, during their treks they were questioning how they were running, after a burger made from imported meat was digested (beef or more cows) in Nepal sanctuary), just a 5 day walk along the way to the dining table leading to lettuce cheese and lettuce. Think of your story with your moral, your brain, not just with us.
While not eating ethnic food specific to a region alone, the frequent problems were often limited to bath malls. for a passing traveler. Nepal is proud of its cultural heritage, land and landscape, and especially its food, but with the same "eco-tourist" that comes to Nepal with notions that protect Nepal and "help" the people of Nepal (as well as a suspicious proposition) . This is often the sight of those who eat French Fire and Chicken Season salads for a meal unaware of how it affects the local economy and the environment (still largely trade-based).
These materials certainly consume more fuel in an area where natural gas is not usually available. If there is an increasing demand for fossil fuels and rare foodstuffs, these materials must be collected or disposed of as they exist, resulting in the overall economy-penetrating costs.
These are certainly not the only reasons to experience Nepal. Food. Just because it's delicious, there's a lot about it. So much to try, why is it so much shy away from a puzzle.
Nepal sandwiches between China (Tibet) in the north and India in the south, has been the stopping point for travelers for thousands of years both regions. With these travelers, the meal came together and the mix of local influences with local cuisine created Nepal menus, but it does not stop there.
If you were to visit a website devoted to travel in Nepal, there is no doubt that they are a culturally diverse country, with dozens of ethnic groups, many of which have their own special food items .
Newari, "sukuti", is something delicious to eat before dinner. ground green meat (jerky), ginger, garlic, onion, tomato, salt, oil, and crushed green or red pepper for heat. Spit into a hand, eat like peanuts or chips.
Of course, every country seems to have a version of the dough. Moisted traditional round shaped steamed dumplings, called "mo – mo" in Nepal, stuffed with a range of things for chicken, goat (mutton), mandarin vegetable and potatoes. Served with a spicy side sauce, the meal seems to be a favorite among Nepalese and travelers and almost every eating place.
When traveling near and around rivers, it is almost certain to encounter another delicacy. the fish and chips in the west will give fierce competition. This scrumptious snack, "tareko matza" (bam) is a snake fish, usually fried, fried and eaten whole in spices of 25 cm larger (use much larger samples than other dishes). At first glance, in a very frightening manner, a side-by-side sauce is not countered after the first bite after soaking. Fish do not have inedible bones and can eat as small specimens. The bigger one can easily get rid of the spine by pulling mush and crisp fish after it is cooked.
Dal Bhat Tarkari 's Nepalese fiber is served with almost all traditional Nepali dishes. A lentil soup is poured over rice and served with any number of vegetables or, in some cases, some meat. Often vegetarian in nature, food, protein (lentils), carbohydrates and vitamins are an important food source in Nepal. The usual food in Nepal is Dal Bhat and any side dishes for cooking.
Nepal, like any other country, is not short for streetgirls, the most popular being samossa or Pani puri. Samosa is a deep-fried pyramid-shaped dough filled with a spicy potato fill. Panipuris is a crunchy, crispy, flower-based shell stuffed with the same potato fillings and is completely consumed after being immersed in a flavorful sauce. Those who fall in love with Egypt, at any time, roasted shells on open rods turn the outer part of the corn with a piece of chard, a softer interior in the folds and crumble with salt and crushed peppers if desired. In addition, "chatpate" is a mixture of beans, corn, spices and any other material mixed with lime and cone-shaped paper bran.
Whatever the meal is, there is something in common. Spice! Nepali cooks enjoy spices, which are often not only hot but spicy spices. Of course, it is never closed from the list of hot options. Kathmandu 's Susan – colored market is popular with tourists and photographers for a wide variety of spices sold here. Curry, fungreek, ginger powder, garlic, cumin, precious saffron and everything you desire.
A food culture answers a lot about what it looks like. Nepalese food is not different. The taste, the history in the tissues and smells, the reasons behind the daily life of Nepal, and many other answers that simply seem simple. There are religious festivals celebrated to meet the monsoon season, and it is not surprising that you think of rice cultivation and that rice is Nepalese fiber. Life revolves around food and cultures are shaped by it. If you come to Nepal, plunge yourself, do not be afraid to go out of your shell. Try the food well.