what to eat in sikkim

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What to Eat in Sikkim

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31. Tama curry
Heat oil and fry dry asafetida seeds. Put finely sliced Tama, turmeric powder, sliced round chili and salt. Stir and cook for 3 minutes. Tama, curry is ready to serve with cooked rice.
32. Masauyra
Masauyra is a fermented black gram, ball-like hollow product consume as spicy condiment. Masauyra is mostly common among Newar of the Nepalis. It is similar to the Punjabi Wari.
33. Sidra ko Achar
Sidra ko achar is a flavoured pickle prepared from dry, small fish Sidra.Clean and wash Sidra, roast on a charcoal fire or on a hot iron plate locally called
34. Saelroti
Widely prepared during Nepali festivals, Saelroti is normally eaten with potato curry or non-vegetarian dish. Normally not available in restaurants but Saelroti is prepared from well-mixed fermented rice batter which is deep fried, ring-shaped, spongy, pretzel-like product commonly consume as confectionery bread in festival and special occasions. The batter is fermented by spp. of yeasts and lactic acid bacteria.
35. Shimi ka Achar
Shimi ko achar is pickle made up from string bean (Dolichus lablab) locally called shimi.Wash and cut string beans into thin slanting slices. Boil for 5 min and strain. Roast Til for 3 min and grind to make a thick paste. Heat oil and fry sliced green chilies. Pour these over the beans. Add Til paste, salt and lemon to taste and mix well. Shimi ko achar is ready to serve with Selroti.
36. Pakku
Pakku is a typical mutton curry of this region which is served with cooked rice or Selroti.Marinate mutton pieces with the paste, add salt and turmeric powder and keep for 20 min. Fry in edible oil and cook for an hour in low heat. Serve hot with cooked rice or Selroti.
37. Kodo ka Roti
Kodo ko roti is typical pancake prepared from finger millet locally called Kodo which is served with different varieties if pickles.Mix finger millet flour-sugar with 1 cup of lukewarm water and knead to make a thick paste. Heat ghee in a frying pan and spread tablespoon heaped of paste into a greased frying pan. Thoroughly cook over medium heat, and remove. Repeat with remaining mixture. Kodo ko roti is served with pickles.
38. Phapar ka Roti
Phapar ko roti is a traditional buckwheat chapati.Mix all ingredients with 1 cup of water and knead to make a thick paste. Spread a heap of paste over a big banana leaf, covered by another banana leaf, and bake in a pan for 1 min. Transfer the partially baked dough with banana leaf inside the earthen oven in a vertical position for 3 min. Remove the banana leaf while eating. Phapar ko roti is served with Philinge ko achar or Silam ko achar.
39. Silam ka Achar
Roast Silam with chili in a pan for 10 min. Grind roasted Silam-chili with ginger and salt in a mortar. Mix lemon juice to taste.
40. Phulaurah
Mix all ingredients with 1 cup of water to make a thick batter. Heat oil and deep fry a tablespoon of the batter at a time until it becomes golden brown. Serves hot with Silam ko achar.


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