Traditional Nepali Cuisine – Gundruk Ra Bhatmas Ko Achar

Total Time: 45 minutes
Serving size: 2-3 servings

Gundruk ko achar is a traditional Nepali dish which has been enjoyed for centuries. Its origin dates back to the age of the Gurus, and it remains one of the most popular dishes in Nepal, appreciated by locals and tourists alike. This delicious pickle combines the nutritional benefits of green leaves with soybeans as its main ingredients. It's seasoned with chili, garlic, salt, lemon juice and tomato paste to give it an unforgettable taste.
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Ingredients:- 1 fist full of Gundruk (dried green leaves)- 50 grams Soybean (Bhatmas)- 2 tablespoons Oil- Salt (as per taste)- 3 - 4 green Chilies- 1 tablespoon Lemon Juice- 1 Garlic Clove- 1 Tomato


1. Soak Gundruk in a bowl of water and leave it for about half an hour.2. Heat the Soybean either with or without oil (bhutna) in a pan until lightly browned.3. Grind the green chilies, salt, tomato, and garlic together using a grinder to make a mince mix.4. Add the oil, lemon juice, and soybean to the mix, add gundruk (slightly minced) and stir well with a spoon.5. Allow it to cool before serving as Gundruk ko Achar!
Gundruk ko Achar is one of the most beloved traditional Nepali dishes and a great addition to any meal. It takes a bit of time and patience to prepare, but with the right ingredients, this flavorful pickle will tantalize your taste buds!


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