2 (Nepalese)

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1. Dhindo

(Nepalese)

It is a traditional food of Nepal. It is similar to halva or polenta, made by boiling hot water and continuously mixing and stirring corn flour and other grains like buckwheat. It is still eaten as a main meal in various part of Nepal. Dhindo has been a staple food of most rural and middle mountain-area people of Nepal, especially in dry areas where rice or wheat crops are difficult to grow. This dish is a nutrient powerhouse and is often eaten with a dab of homemade butter or clarified butter, curried vegetables, or with various pickles, buttermilk or yogurt. …

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2. Kwati

(Nepalese)

Kwati is a mixed soup of nine types of sprouted beans. Kwati is a traditional Nepalese dish consumed on the festival of Gun Punhi, the full moon day of Gunlā which is the tenth month in the Nepal Era lunar calendar. Kwāti is eaten as a delicacy and for its health benefits and ritual significance. The feast day coincides with Shravan Poornima of the month of Shravan in the Hindu lunisolar calendar which is celebrated as Janāi Purnimā (Raksha Bandhan), the festival of the sacred thread. The festival occurs in August. The most commonly used ingredients are black gram, green …

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