The massive earthquake in Nepal has wreaked horrific damage to UNESCO World Heritage sites and killed an estimated 2,000+ people in a country that has experienced more than a few huge quakes over the centuries. This is a tragedy of global proportions that demands an equally massive global outpouring of support!
Nepal needs our help, Citizens!
Donate generously at the charities listed here, visit a Nepalese restaurant so they can send money home to their relatives, do whatever you can! My favorite Nepalese restaurant in San Francisco is Little Nepal, please visit them as their food is exceptional and they especially need lots of new customers today!
This recipe is one of my favorite Nepali dishes: Tender Lamb Curried in Tomato and Himalayan Herbs! Tomato is a popular base for Nepali curries and a wide range of Indian and Chinese herbs, oils and spices are used in this recipe.
This dish is rather unusual in that tarkari’s typically do not include meat! In fact, tarkari adctually means ‘cooked vegetables’. In Nepal, people prefer to eat curry with their meals and even in tiffin and breakfast. Curry is very important dish in Nepali food item. Either it is rice, roti or chapati, people have curry and dal at the side.
Tarkari is well worth your time, Citizens – and again, please help the Nepalese trapped in this tragic circumstance!
Battle on – The Generalissimo
The Hirshon Nepali Lamb Tarkari - तरकारी
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