Masyaura, the old Nepali cuisine

Masyaura (or maseura are the lentil nuggets prepared in most of the Nepalese houses during winter. It is prepared in winter and store in airtight container and consumed by preparing soupy curry in later days. Based on different places, masyaura are made of different lentils mixing with taro stem, yam, potatoes, cauliflowers or spinach. The most common masyura is made from black matpe bean and taro stems. Masyaura are famous amongst the old people of the country . it also includes various vegetable in it . it is kept in the hot sun for couple of days so that it can get dried properly and the taste can be felt properly17818212_150252318836142_7554608385719533568_n.jpg

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