Nepali culture is rich in food. Nepali khana and Nepali parikar are often described being spicy but are appreciated of their authentic taste and of course their mouth watering delicious taste. Almost all of the Nepali Khana and Top Nepali Parikar are made in household so, you might not need to visit restaurants. However, due to busy schedules the families are often limited to basic and daily food habit.
Rice and bread are certainly the regular Nepali Khana. Meanwhile, the people of higher altitude also prefer Dhido. Nepal is rich in cultural diversity and people of these varying cultures have their own diverse food culture and special dishes. Newars are rich in meat based dishes like chhoila, kachila, sekuwa, mo:mo. They also make special breads like chatamari, bara. They also produce drinks at house like chhyang.
There is a special food Nepalese love to add to their identity. It is called Makai and Bhatmas (Fried maize and beans) and it tastes amazing being accompanied by Gundruk ko achar (Pickled dehydrated vegetable-leaves). Based on climate, ethnicity and preferences, Nepalese consume different types of food. Thekuwa, Bari, Bagya, Bhakka, Puwa would be some Nepali Parikar you will get to taste if you visit Terai region. Nepalese food culture is rich with spices and love. All the Nepali Parikar are prepared by females with love and compassion that just adds more taste to the food.
Should you be willing to taste any of those when you want? You can simply visit a Nepali restaurant and you will get to experience authentic Nepali taste and you can make your mood. Whenever, we hear of Aloo ko achar (Potato pickle), we start salivating. There are lots of other cuisines that could blow anybody’s mind away. There are some similarities between Indian culture and Nepalese culture too so, some influences can be noticed. However, those foods have Nepali touch so; you will surely be able to point out significant differences.