This recipe is for all those peanut lovers and spicy lovers. Peanut sandheko is a Nepali classic that simply fires you up! The only problem is that it TASTES SO GOOD which makes it hard to stop shoveling it in your mouth even though it leaves your tongue panting for water. Luckily though, with this […]
Appetizers in France aren’t exactly your plate of spinach & artichoke dip or chicken wings. Appetizers translates more or less to Apéritif which describes a whole other phenomena of pre-meal eating. Apéritif in France actually refers to an alcoholic drink that you serve before a meal. But the word itself translates more to the convivial moment […]
…Is basically my most favorite fried snack here in Nepal!! I absolutely LOVE vegetable pakauda and I think you definitely would too! So I’ve found a classic nepali vegetable pakauda recipe (you may know them as Indian pakoras..) that is both easy and fun to make. Hope you enjoy! If you have any leftovers feel free […]
Remember the crique recipe I posted a while back? Well, prepare your kitchen utensils because I have another amazing recipe from the south of France that I think you will love. Ardèche is known for it’s savory crique, but did you know that it is also the largest chestnut producing department in France? Come discover why […]
I have never eaten paratha before. Well, until last week that is. I’ve often seen it in the frozen section in the local Bhatbhateni store but never thought to give it a try. Then one sunny day at work for lunch we were served fresh, handmade potato parathas. Then I searched and searched and couldn’t find the […]
Time for one of my favorite French desserts! As Epiphany usually rolls around this time of year I decided to do a little cultural sharing of this tasty and glorious tradition making a French “king cake” – galette des rois. Epiphany is a Christian festival that honors the coming of the three kings to baby Jesus Christ […]
Pakoda / Pakauda oftentimes called Pakora in India, is basically wheat and gram flour coated cottage cheese fritters. Paneer is a fresh cheese (pretty solid-formed and slightly squishy) native to India and is known throughout South Asian countries. It is absolutely delicious in Nepali dishes – you can add it to curries, marinate it in […]
Having a French boyfriend certainly does has it’s perks -aka- I have full access to secret French family recipes (well, there not really that secret), which is why I am making a series of “The Best of Ardèche, France:…” recipes. And first recette on the list is…..Crique!
Nepali foods are diverse in taste and rich in culture. Nepalese cuisine results from Tibetan and Chinese foods, but are largely based on recipes common in India. As a diverse country, you can expect traditional Nepali foods to branch out and associate with certain communities present in Nepal, like the Newars and the Thakalis. Nepalese […]
Looking for the best-most delicious-simplest-authentic-easy-french crêpe recipe? Search no more! I am no chef, but I learned from the next best: the French!