Dhindo (Nepali: ढिँडो About this soundListen is a meal prepared in Nepal. It is prepared by graudally adding flour to boiling water while stirring. It is a staple meal in various parts of Nepal and the Sikkim and Darjeeling regions of India. Though it is a staple food in Nepal, dhindo has previously been seen as an inferior food compared to rice, and was associated with low status. The inclusion of dhindo on urban restaurant menus has coincided with a rise in the food’s prestige, possible attributed to the changing perception of Nepal’s indigenous crops, which are now recognised for their nutritional.
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