The landlocked nation of Nepal is tucked into the Himalayan mountains between India and China (Tibet). The Nepalese are proud of their time-worn temples, sublime scenery, hiking trails, and a rich and vibrant culture. Their cuisine is surprisingly diverse for such a small country, with influences from Chinese and Indian culinary methods and tastes. In this cookbook, the popular staple daal-baat-tarkaari (rice served with lentils and vegetables) is showcased in all its healthful variations, as are a variety of potato, meat, and fish dishes. With more than 350 authentic, easy-to-follow recipes, Taste of Nepal is a complete culinary journey with guides to Nepali ingredients and kitchen equipment and planning traditional meals, a Nepali-English glossary of terms, and delightful illustrations by a Nepali artist.
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Jyoti Pandey Pathak was born and raised in Kathmandu, Nepal. She holds a degree in Home Science from the MS university of Baroda, India and taught at the National Vocational Training Center in Sano Thimi, Nepal before emigrating to the United States in 1970. She currently resides in western New York. Visit her blog at tasteofnepal.blogspot.com.Review:
Written by a native Nepali, the cookbook is both erudite and passionate. --Chile Pepper magazine
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