Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Lunch with tibetan friends

Lunch at Lhamo-la's house
This write up is specially for Tra Ring-po. Was not able to do the loading whilst in India because of the slow internet line. So here it is ....... specially for you.

My tibetan friends and I

Ping Sha

This is a tibetan dish. The name denotes the bonding of a great friendship. Ping is actually glass noodles and sha is meat (in tibetan language).

Fried noodles

Fried mixed vegetables


Ras Malai

Ras malai is an indian dessert/delicacy. It is made of curd and cheese and it is definitely not one of my favourite or rather will never be something that I can like. The best is found at Kumar Sweets Shop just off Baltan Bazaar.


Marcus said...

Tra ringpo, doesn't your mouth water?!

InnerJourney said...

I like your remark very much - so apt. Tra ringpo, there will be more to come. zug po ringpo said i am a little like you, taking pics of each dish when being served but being the glutton me, sometimes i forget to shoot until half way thru the meal

Keen Yung said...

Wei, how come last time never have chance to taste PingSha??

But, Lai must raelly love the Ras Malai la.

InnerJourney said...

The pingsha was good. Paldon made rah sha momo. best in the whole wide world (www). and i video-ed lhamo-la making roti at paldon la's house. tashi la cooked chicken curry on 2nd day of our arrival and fish curry on our last day through the sponsorship of lhamo la and paldon la. and for your info - throughout our stay NO TINGMO. I have some manali chilli which lhamo-la gave me. i give you one bottle lah. dont play play woh - manali chilli woh