Nepal Foods Mixed Beans (Kwanti)- Heat & Eat by Chef Santosh Shah
Bhaitika Special Gift Hamper
Bhai Tika is an festive occasion to celebrate the brotherly-sisterly relationship in Tihar. Gift hamper includes
Yellow Mustards Seeds (Sarsyan Mustards Seeds From Nepal).
These small round seeds come from mustard plant. They range from reddish-brown to dark brown color, but when crushed they are yellow on the inside. They have a pungent, sharp flavor, but when fried in oil, they impart a mellow nutty flavor.
Yellow mustard seeds (sarsyan) are used to cook fish and are believed to eliminate fishy odors.
Nepali Masala tea (Chia).
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Chai is the word for tea in many parts of the world. Masala Chai, meaning “mixed-spice tea,” and is made with milk, black tea, and spices. It has become increasingly popular at coffee houses and is most often made from powders, syrups, and teabags.
Ajwain Seeds (Ajwain Seeds From Nepal).
Ajwain is a seed-like fruit often used in Nepalese cooking as part of a spice mixture. It looks similar to fennel and cumin seed and is highly fragrant, smelling like thyme. Its taste, however, is more like oregano and anise due to the bitter notes and strong flavor.
Methi/Fenugreek Seed (Authenticate Methi Seed from Nepal)
Choila Paste (Authenticate Nepalese Product)
A popular nepali food, buff choila, is loved by everyone. It is a famous non-veg food in Nepal, especially in the Newari community. It is served at Newari party with beaten rice, black-eyed beans, potato pickle, cooked vegetables, and many other traditional Newari items.