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Fried Instant Noodle (तारेको चाउ चाउ)

This dish puts a spicy flavor to the instant noodles. Easy to cook makes it so popular and kids who don’t like veggies will dig in to it too. You can use any instant noodle of your choice. I am using Wai Wai, which is Thailand based instant noodle, produced in Nepal, with local flavor [...]

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Tomato Avocado Cups – a truly healthy snack

It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement during gathering/party and overindulge with high calorie food. No worries. Here is a party pleaser, healthy, and low calorie recipe that you can fill your plate with and enjoy yourself without blowing your healthy diet. In this recipe, halved roma tomatoes meet with avocados, onions, cilantro, [...]

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Almond Chocolate Cluster

Welcome your holiday season with a delicious homemade treat. Here is a speedy microwave recipe that calls for just three ingredients, which is a time and money saver. These almond chocolate clusters are perfect holiday treat, a delicious snack anytime, or a great homemade gift for the health-conscious person. Ingredients: 1 cup almond cut into [...]

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Suji/Rava/Semolina Laddu (सुजीको लड्डू)

Suji, also known as rava , semolina, or sooji, Ladoos are one of the tasty desserts made from semolina, nuts, and ghee. They are delicious and yet very easy to make with very few simple ingredients. It is also one of the dessert made in many households during Tihar (Diwali or Dipawali) in Nepal. Here is my [...]

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Marinated Potato (आलु साँधेको)

Marinated Potato (आलु साँधेको) is a classic and popular afternoon snack in Kathmandu Nepal. This dish can also be served as appetizer or as a side dish. For this recipe, it is best to bake potatoes than to boil. However, if you cannot bake, boiled works as well. Here is my variation of this recipe: Ingredients: [...]

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Pico de Gallo (मेक्सिकन गोलभेडा को अचार)

What is Pico de Gallo? Pico de Gallo is a Mexican salad made from fresh chopped tomato, white onion, and green chilis.  In Mexico it is sometimes called ensalada mexicana (Mexican salad). Because the colors of the red tomato, white onion, green chili are reminiscent of the colors of the Mexican flag, it is also [...]

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