Tibetan Food Culture

tibetan-food

Cookware[edit] Tibetans use pots, pans, cans, steamer pots and boxes in various sizes and made from different materials. Tibetan women carry large wooden containers, which can hold up to 25 liters, to fetch water once a day. Having returned to the house they pour the water into copper cans which are built-in and hold more […]

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Tibetan Dishes

Other Tibetan foods include: Sha Phaley – bread stuffed with seasoned beef and cabbage, which is then fashioned into semi-circular or circular shapes and which according to regional variations is either deep fried or pan fried like pot stickers Balep korkun – a central Tibetan flatbread cooked on a skillet rather than in an oven […]

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