Sikkim food is a rich amalgamation of Nepalese, Tibetan, and Sikkimese food. If you are craving for some Sikkimese food, take a look at this delicious and easy-to-make food that you can try at home.
Sikkim and momos go hand-in-hand. You’ll find some of the best momos in the streets of Sikkim. Originally from Tibet, momos are made with meat filing and steamed in a bamboo case. Try out some with hot ‘n’ spicy momos chutney.
2. Thukpa or Gya Thuk
Thukpa is a noodle soup from Tibet. It’s rich in spice and has an enriching taste. You will love some hot cup of Thukpa in the streets of Sikkim. You can also make this delicious soup at home also.
Traditional dish of Sikkim, Sinki is made from raddish taproots. The taproots are chopped and put into bamboo. It’s then pressed with straw. It’s left covered in mud for a month. It is used as a pickle and eaten with chawalbhat, parathas and curd.
4. Masaurya Curry
A famous Nepalese dish, the Masaurya curry is one of the favourite amongst households in Sikkim. It has fermented black gram along with spicy condiments that make it a delicious dish.
Enjoy some Sikkim food.