Food Story of Nepal
Nepal is an ethnically and culturally diverse country, and one benefit of this is that there is an impressive array of local cuisine. Nepalese food has been strongly influenced by both India and Tibet, and in places like Kathmandu there is a growing interest in western dishes.
Much of the local cuisine (particularly from the Himalayan region) receives a good deal of praise for its health giving properties.
Hands on Fun and Yum
Our passionate and enthusiastic instructors will give you lots of information about the food you are going to prepare. You will have a fun and amazing hands-on cooking experience that will immerse you in Nepali culture and traditions.
Each participant will create 3 course traditional Nepali meal who will get to choose from our 3 different menu.
We offer different option of food choices i.e. vegan, vegetarian, gluten free and lactose free.
Chatamari is a special Newari food. It is a kind of rice crepê. Chatamari is a round bread made of rice flour, topped with eggs and cheese. Sometimes Chatamari is called Nepali Pizza.
It is popular rice noodles soup in northern Himalayan region of Nepal. This dish is perfect for cold winter season that has good nutritional value. It is light meal which is quick and easy to prepare.
This is very popular street food in all over Nepal which is also served as breakfast. It is made of whole meal flat bread and masala omelet rolled together, cut in the middle and served with kethcup.
Dal bhat is a traditional meal which is popular in many areas of Nepal. It consists of steamed rice and a cooked lentil soup called dal. It is a staple food in Nepal traditionally served with vegetable tarkari (a mix of seasonal vegetables) tomato chutney and spinach.
This dish was initially popular among the Newar community of the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal, one prevalent belief is that traveling Newar merchants brought the recipe and the name momo from Tibet where the Newar Merchants used to go to trade.
Alu Chop and Daal Roti
Alu chop is delicious nepali fried snack which is kown as potato croquttes. It is served with "roti" which is made from whole grain meal and "daal" which is thick soupy lentils made from split yellow lentils. This dish is one of the traditional meal amongst lowland region in southern Nepal.
This dumpling is filled with chocolate chips and butter cubes and steamed for about 10-12 mins. This is everyone's favorite desert in our cooking school. It is scrumptiously delicious.
This is a healthy recipe for children as well as grown-ups.easy to make and very popular dessert in all over Nepal and India. Carrot pudding is a simple desert that's paleo, vegan and grain free.
If you are not a big fan of sweet than it is best option for you. It is first smashed or grated and mixed with cinnamon. It carries a mellow taste and suitable for vegans.
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