meat, oil

It is a traditional meat dish of the Kathmandu Valley in Nepal. It is meat finely chopped by a chopping knife or meat grinder. Chunlā is a popular dish in Newar cuisine and is similar to Qeema found in other parts of South Asia. It is made by grinding water buffalo meat and also with some spice. The meat is fried lightly in a pan and then simmered in water. In the last step, fenugreek seeds are bloomed in oil …

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Created Nov. 28, 2016 by: anika854

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