Riki Kur, Aluroti (Nepalese)

potatoes, flour, eggs

Rikikur is a common breakfast dish for Sherpas. ‘Riki’ means potato and ‘kur’ is roti or bread in the Sherpa language, and the dish is just that: Finely grated potatoes mixed with a little flour and cooked in a pan. Traditionally, when modern graters weren’t available, rough surfaced stones were used as grater. Now, graters fashioned from steel plates are common in many a Sherpa family home.


Modified Jan. 20, 2021

Created Jan. 20, 2021 by: itisclaudio

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