Posts Tagged "Nepal"


Nepal Momo Recipe Straight from Nepal

Nepal Momo Recipe Straight from Nepal


Posted By Angie on Apr 2, 2015

Updated on: 01/15/19Momos: fun to say, and even more fun to eat. While we've tried our share of dumpling-like foods around the world, Nepalese momos are definitely one of our favorites. The filling can range from spiced meat to cheese to vegetables, and they can be steamed, fried, or steamed and then pan fried. The dipping sauces they're served with are equally varied- I don't think we had the same sauce twice! These snacks were pure...

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Updated on: 10/1/18For our first time trekking, we choose what is considered to be one of the most strenuous: Mount Everest Base Camp.  When purchasing our gear in Kathmandu, we had no real idea what we were needing and had to rely on a number of packing lists found online (this one from our friends at The Planet D was a pretty good start).  As we had no clue of our own abilities, we bought pretty much everything recommended for an...

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Updated on: 10/14/18Trekking to Mt. Everest Base Camp has been one of the most awe-inspiring experiences on our RTW trip so far. Something about working hard towards accomplishing a goal, doing something not many people do, and being in the wilderness surrounded by beautiful nature just really appealed to me. However, having never trekked before, I definitely wasn’t sure going into it that trekking would be my thing. In fact, I was...

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Updated on: 01/7/19During our research for the trek to Everest Base Camp in Nepal, we had a hard time finding answers to questions we thought were of absolute importance.  Questions like “how do you buy used gear and sell it later?” and “what are the rooms like?” were met with very few responses that did not help us in the slightest. So rather than putting together comprehensive guides for the trek like our...

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Updated on: 01/7/19As we were preparing for our recent trek to Mt Everest Base Camp, I was immensely curious as to what kind of food we would be eating for 12 days. Given that practically every resource needed in the villages along the trekking route has to be carried in on the backs of an insanely strong Nepali or on a yak, I was expecting bland and inedible mush. While the food was obviously no five-star dining experience, it was...

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