Nepal is a multi-ethnic country with different cultures and lifestyles. The rich and diverse ethnic groups and cultures of Nepal make for a wide variety of cuisines here. When you first encounter traditional Nepali cuisine, their variety may dazzle you. Nepalese cuisine is determined by geographic location; mountain peoples have completely different recipe families; different ethnic groups have their own cuisines. In addition to its own authentic cuisine, some Nepalese dishes are inspired and influenced by the food culture of neighboring countries. Nepalese food is nutritious and healthier compared to other Asian foods; the less oil and fat you use, the more vegetables and vegetables you use. Since most Nepalese eat little or no breakfast and only eat lunch before going to work or school, lunch is heavy and healthy. They have snacks (khaja) in the afternoon, which can be traditional or fusion dishes and dinner. Nepal’s “daal bhat” is very popular. It is lentils and rice, and is the staple food of most Nepalese. No one can say "no" to the powerful momo. Apart from this popular daal bhats and momos, every Nepalese dish is sure to please your taste buds uniquely. The mountainous areas of this country have their own types of food, which are mainly influenced by the Tibetan eating habits. Most ethnic groups come from the mountains, they have their own ethnic recipes, and Terai has their own cuisine, influenced by India. Traditional Nepalese food is mostly confined to Nepalese kitchens, and few traditional dishes are commercialized. However, some restaurants and restaurants have brought the catering industry into a whole new stage by adding traditional food to their menus.
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