Top 20 Indo Tibeten Food

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top 20 indo tibetan food
top 20 indo tibetan food

Food is an essential part of our life. Nowadays people like various kinds of dishes. People like to try new dishes. Some people eat only healthy food, but when they crave some delicious food, they will try new dishes. Since there are different regions in the world, so there are many dishes according to various aspects. But humans eat only 200 Dishes out of the whole world species. Mainly the foods are obtained from plants/animals. After which, these are processed and then eaten. Various types of spices and condiments go in them. Let’s explore the top 20 Indo-Tibetan foods one by one.

1. Tibetan Curry

Every country, every state, and every region have a cuisine that is popular among its people. Curry is such an example. Tibetan curry is a non-vegetarian cuisine containing mutton, yogurt, Potato, and barley. Different kinds of spices are there to give it a unique taste. It can be similar to Indian and Nepalese curry, but its non-veg mix makes it unique from everywhere and hence stands first on our list.

1 Tibetan Curry

2. Tibetan Vegetable Momos With Coriander And Cashew Nut Pesto

The first famous dish of Indo-Tibetan food is Tibetan Vegetable Momos with Coriander and Cashew Nut Pesto. Momos are the type of dumpling from Tibet and Nepal. Momos are very delicious street food. Fillings in the momos include vegetables, onion, chicken, etc. It is a street food that people come to eat and enjoy. Some people steam Momos while some fry them. They go well with Tomato sauce. Cabbage, Cauliflower, Carrot, Green Beans, and Coriander are a few examples.

2. Tibetan Vegetable Momos with Coriander and Cashew Nut Pesto

3. Tostada-Tostada

Tostada-Tostada is a delicious dish. Tostada means toasted. Basically, Tostada is a crispy tortilla that is either deep-fried or toasted. Also, we can make Tostada at home. Tostada dishes include ingredients like beans, cabbage, and beef. Different types of toppings are there in the making of Tostada.

3. Tostada Tostada

4. Tsampa-Tsampa

Tsampa-Tsampa is a Tibetan staple food. It is a glutinous meal made from roasted flour. Sometimes wheat or barley flour is used in the making of Tsampa. Tsampa is mixed well with Salty Tibetan butter tea. There is a ritual associated with the Tsampa dish. It is a mark of joy and celebration.

4. Tsampa Tsampa

5. Veg Momos

Veg Momos is the most famous dish in the Indo-Tibetan region. The main ingredients of veg momos include cabbage, Soya, carrots, Garlic, and onion. It comes with red sauce/chutney or white mayonnaise. Veg momos is a tasty dish that most people like.

5. Veg Momos

6. Spicy Roasted Chickpeas

Chickpeas are nutritious food. Mostly, Indo-Tibetan people eat spicy roasted chickpeas. Chickpeas have high nutritional value. In the spicy roasted Chickpeas, various types of spices are present altogether. Chickpeas are well roasted, and then spices are added According to taste. It is a portion of healthy food.

6. Spicy Roasted Chickpeas

7. Tingmo

Tingmo is a type of steamed bread in the Indo-Tibetan region. It is a steamed bun that is similar to Chinese flower rolls. A filling of beef or chicken is present in making tingmo. It is available in the western Tibetan area of Tibet. Sometimes a filling of vegetables is also used in making tingmo

7. Tingmo

8. Pakora (Vegetable Fritters)

Pakora is a delicious dish famous in the Indian and Tibetan regions. Pakoras are easy to cook and can is prepared at home. It is a light snack. Some people prefer having tea with it. Vegetables used in cooking pakoras are onion, Potato, spinach, Cheese, and Cabbage.

8. Pakora Vegetable Fritters

9. Methi-Poori & Potato

Methi Poori & Potato is a dish popular in northern India. Basically, Methi-Poori & Potato is simple and delicious. You can make it at home with simple steps. For methi poori, methi leaves are doughed in wheat flour. Then it is fried and eaten with Potato. Methi poori comes on special occasions.

9. Methi Poori Potato

10. Namak Para/Nimki

Nimki is a light snack popular in most Indo-Tibetan areas. It is easy to make nimki at home. You can use wheat flour, maida, ghee, carom seeds, and cumin. These ingredients are all mixed with the dough. Then the whole flour is deep fried in oil. It is a light evening snack in most of the Indo-Tibetan region.

10. Namak ParaNimki

11. Balep-Balep

Balep-Balep is a type of bread eaten at breakfast or lunch in Indo-Tibetan areas. There are different varieties of the balep according to the region. Balep has wheat flour or barley flour. Some types of Balep are, baked and fried to make it Crispy. It is a light snack that is available in most of the region.

11. Balep Balep

12. Yak Meat

Yak meat is the most popular meat consumed in Tibet. Yak meat is eaten in various forms: steamed, fried, roasted, boiled, and dried. Yak meat is a lump of juicy meat which is slightly sweeter. It is a nutritious dish and equally delicious as well.

12. Yak Meat

13. Dal Panchratan

Panchratan Dal is a healthy food consumed as lunch or dinner. It is made by mixing lentils(dal), onions, tomatoes, garlic, and ginger. Spices are present according to the taste. It goes well with chapati. It is a very healthy dish for everyone.

13. Dal Panchratan

14. Veg Noodles

Veg Noodles is also the most famous dish in Indo-Tibetan areas. Noodles are popular and known in most regions. People like this dish very much. The noodle recipe is easy to make. Some common ingredients in making noodles are onion, cabbage, Capsicum, Tomatoes, and Chilles. These go with red or green sauces. Veg noodles are the most common street food in the Indo-Tibetan area.

14. Veg Noodles

15. Laping

The lapping is a traditional food of Tibet. It is an evening snack. There are two types of lappings white or yellow Coloured. Spices like salt, soya sauce, garlic, vinegar, and chili paste, are used and eaten with dumplings/ momos.

15. Laping

16. Sha Shingbee

Sha Shingbee is well prepared from slices of mutton. It is a popular non-vegetarian dish in Indo-Tibetan regions, popularly in Indian subcontinents. It is stir-fried with green beans and mixed mutton.

16. Sha Shingbee

17. Chexo

Chexo is a dish in the form of rice and yogurt and comes at the seventeenth position on the list. It is generally sweet when mixed with sugar or vice versa. It is a form of Indo-Tibetan cuisine taking its roots in India. It is an example of another mouth-watering Indo-Tibetan dish.

17. Chexo

18. Thupka

Thupka is a nutritious dish of Tibet. Thupka is a spicy noodle that is popular in Leh Ladakh. In the Thupka recipe, some classic vegetables like Cabbage, Onions, tomatoes, Spinach, Radish, and Coriander are ingredients. Thupka is popular in Tibetan Areas. People who visit Tibetan places like Thupka noodles. They eat Thupka noodles with enthusiasm.

18. Thupka

19. Khapsey

Khapsey appears in the second-last position in the top 20 Indo-Tibetan cuisines. Khapsey is a Tibetan name for cookies and biscuits. It is exchanged amicably on occasions or festivals as a part of the celebration. It comes in various shapes and patterns.

19. Khapsey

20. Sergem

Sergem is a Tibetan cuisine obtained from milk. It comes in various forms. It is available in the form of achaar or soup. The procedure to extract sergem is similar to preparing other protein products from milk. The thing that separates it from cuisines is chakeu in the milk after boiling.

20. Sergem