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The Nepal Cook Book
The Nepal Cook Book

The Nepal Cook Book

by A Compilation

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Language

English

Publisher

New Age Books

ISBN

8178222000 - Year: 2000/2003 - Pages: 165

Binding

Paperback

A Compilation
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Author: A Compilation
Publisher: New Age Books
Year: 2000/2003
Language: English
Pages: 165
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8178222000

Description

This treasury of recipes from the members of the Association of Nepalis in the Americas represents the best of authentic Nepali cuisine. Special cooking methods and ingredients unfamiliar to a Western audience are fully explained.

This treasury of recipes from the members of the Association of Nepal's in the Americas represents the best of authentic Nepali cuisine. From festival dishes to simple everyday favorites, the recipes included here reflect the many facets of Nepal's colorful and diverse cultures.

Nepali good, which is simple to prepare and subtle in flavor, is influenced by the cuisines of both India and Tibet. Here are recipes for all the elements of a full-course Nepali meal: appetizers, soups and lentils, vegetables, meats, pickles and chutneys, rice and breads, and desserts. The most commonly used flavorings include cumin, read and green chilies, garlic, ginger, Szechwan pepper, cilantro, and scallions. Special cooking methods and ingredients unfamiliar to a Western audience are fully explained.

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Although the broad philosophy of cooking Nepali food is similar to that of Indian cooking, there are subtle, and sometimes wonderful, differences, mostly on account of what seems to be a Chinese/Western influence. For example, Spanish Kukhura Bhat (Spanish Chicken and Rice) which is a baked dish using South Asian ingredients, and extremely easy to make as well, as this reviewer can testify from having tried it out. It also makes an excellent quick-response dish in case of unexpected guests or simply as a different Sunday lunch.
- The Statesman

Contents

The Purpose of the Association of Nepalis in the Americas

Preface

Special Ingredients

Snacks and Appetizers

Soups and Lentils

Vegetables

Meat, Chicken, and Seafood

Chutneys and Pickles

Rice and Breads

Desserts

English-Nepali Glossary

The Contributors

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