This Newari snack is as old as Newari civilization. Kathmandu is home for Newar people who have their own culture, festivals and food. Until recently junk food from abroad takes its place, this is what local Newar people used to eat in the Kathmandu Valley. In Newari tradition we must eat dried fried fish and boiled egg to bring a good luck. So we eat them at weddings, birthdays, festivals or when a family is traveling abroad.
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I will introduce a bit of the history of this dish. And let's have all ingredients prepared.
I will explain every detail of how to cook, even beginners can master this dish!
Enjoy and share your meal with your beloved one.
Ingredients and cooking materials
I work for 7 hours from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm everyday because it takes seven hours to do a full day tour.
Ingredients for 3 servings:
1. Three big potatoes.
2. A cup of one eyed bean (it has to be soaked overnight before cooking).
3. Mustard oil or any other available cooking oil.
4. Garlic and ginger paste.
5. Turmeric powder, cumin seed powder, coriander powder, fenugreek seed, green chilies or powder, salt.
6. Black soybean if available.
7. Dried fish (small common carp) or any available.
8. Chicken eggs.
9. Coriander leaves.