Simple Salmon Fish Curry {Toddler Approved}

Today I’ll be posting another family favourite: fish curry! I like to make mine with salmon, but you can chose any fish you prefer. Nepalis add lemon straight into their fish curry for a slightly tart flavour, but you can just keep lemon wedges on the side, if you prefer. The method is pretty simple,…

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Vegan Steamed Momo Recipe {Nepali-styled Gyoza}

Momos are an absolute favourite for many people. They are parcels of fragrant, juicy flavour, eaten with a spicy tomato sauce. Veggie dumplings are always a favourite for those who enjoy momos, but abstain from meat and fish. They are super easy to make, absolutely delicious, and are vegan and dairy-free. Depending on the wrappers…

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Baingan Bartha – Punjabi Styled Flame-Roasted Eggplant with Spices {Recipe}

Today, I have another recipe for the vegetable that goes by many names: eggplant, aubergine, brinjal. This purple vegetable is extremely versatile and cooked by many different cultures. I quite enjoy eating the Punjabi version, and decided to make it at home for the family for a quick and healthy meal. The recipe is very…

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Tasty Tuesday: Usha La’s Dabangg Turkey Momo Recipe

As per my previous post raving about jhol momo, here is my favourite way how to eat these little parcels of joy. I still can’t believe that turkey can taste so flavourful! Momos are flavourful and a great way to bond with family. Some of my fondest memories growing up revolve around friends and family…

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Tasty Tuesday: Dabangg Jhol Momo!

Nepalis LOVE momos. Momos are Nepalese dumplings, or Nepalese styled gyoza. We typically eat it with achaar, a spicy tomato sauce. It’s a favourite and there are many methods to both preparing the filling and folding the parcels. So after a few weeks of Suraj winging and whining for jhol momo, I finally conceded and…

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Tasty Tuesday: Mom’s Famous Egg Curry Recipe

For as long as I can remember, every single event featured my mom’s egg curry. It was delicious, warm, full of flavour, and quite easy to make for large batches. She boils the eggs in a large batch, cools, then fries each egg. My Mom used to always make the sauce at home by simply…

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Tasty Tuesday: The Sukuti Life Part 2: Nepali Sukuti & Butternut Squash Stew Recipe

When I think of Nepal, I obviously don’t think of it as the most non-Nepalese do. Though born and brought up in America, thoughts of Nepal remind me of intimate memories. Flashbacks to singular moments that held more importance than I realised at the time.  These memories include my Maternal Grandmother’s hands; walking alongside her,…

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Tasty Tuesday: The Sukuti Life

Nepali’s absolutely love sukuti. The word itself makes most people’s mouth start to water. What is sukuti? It is goat meat that has been smoked under a fire and dried very well. Almost like a very thick, jerky. It’s stored and used to make curries, stews, and other delicious Nepalese foods to warm the belly…

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Tasty Tuesday’s Baby Edition: Nepali Jaulo {Recipe}

​ ​ Hi All! I thought I’d share with you what Savya typically eats on a regular basis. We have always tried to be very mindful as to what foods have a good or bad effect on him. One food that has always been beneficial is Jaulo, a Nepali rice porridge with mild spices which…

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Tasty Tuesday: Matar Paneer Recipe!

So I’m going to share with you all a great matar paneer recipe I’ve come across. Matar Paneer simply means “peas and cheese.” For those of you unaware of what Paneer is, it is fresh, unsalted, white and crumbly cheese. It’s great to add to curries and although it looks similar to tofu or Feta,…

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