Tibetan Foods


As I am Tibetan I love to eat Tibetan foods especially “momo” (dumpling) which is one of my favorite Tibetan food it will serve with a spicy chill at the side which makes me wanted to eat more. Moreover, the dumpling will come up with different in inside which means if you are vegetarian then inside is a vegetable or if you want beef then inside is beef or if you want chicken then inside will be chicken. Basically, it depends on what you want to eat. There are of other Tibetan food like “shaptak” (spicy beef fry) it could also serve in chicken or pork with “Tingmo” ( steam bread ). Moreover, Tibetan has also lots of different appetites but the most famous one is called “laphing”.


For the Dough:3 cups all-purpose flour,3/4 cups water,1/4 tsp salt

For the Filling:1lb ground beef,2 bunches scallions, finely chopped,1 tsp grated garlic,1 tbsp grated ginger,1 tsp water,2 tbsp oil,2 tsp salt,1 tsp black pepper,1/4 tsp cayenne pepper.

For the Spicy relish:1 fresh tomato,5 cloves garlic,1 handful cilantro,2 green chilies,1 tsp salt


1. Combine all of the dough ingredients. Knead the dough and rest dough for 45 minutes

2. Make about 40 small balls, sprinkle with a little flour to stop them from sticking Flour the surface and roll in to small disks.

3. Mix filling ingredients. Stuff 11/2 tsp of the filling mixture in the middle of the dough disk. Gather the disk edges and pinch together to make a ‘beggars purse’ shape.

4. Place in a well-greased steamer for 15 minutes.

Ingredients for the Laping

  • 1 cup of potato or mung-bean starch (For the images here we used potato starch, but we’ve also made it with mung bean starch, and those noodles turn out much stiffer, which you may like, as a matter of personal taste. Mung-bean starch can be found in Korean stores and some other Asian markets.)
  • 5 cups of water

Ingredients for the Sauce

  • 7 cloves of garlic, minced
  • 1 stalk green onion, chopped
  • ¼ cup cilantro, chopped
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon rice vinegar
  • ¼ cup sesame oil
  • ¼ cup soy sauce
  • ¼ cup crushed dried red pepper (We bought this at an Asian store. If you can’t find this, you can cut up dried red pepper, or use chili powder, or a bit of chili sauce. )


Before heating, stir the starch and water together until you get an even texture.

Heat the mixture on stove top to medium, stirring frequently, for 8-9 minutes, or until the mixture is so thick you can barely stir it. If the mixture is boiling before it thickens, turn down the heat until it stops boiling. When done the texture will be very thick, almost like jello, but it still needs to set.

Transfer the cooked mixture into a clean bowl and let it sit overnight at room temperature. In order to shorten the time for cooling, it can also be placed in the refrigerator for 4-5 hours.

After the laping has set, remove it from the bowl. It should stand up by itself, like a very firm jello.

In Tibet, people grate the laping with a very large grater, but our grater was too small and didn’t really work, so we did what many Tibetans do, and just cut the laping with a large knife into long strips.

Hui Lau Shang

This place I just went yesterday and it recently a new dessert place to visit. When I got there it was beautiful and cute how they decorated inside sitting place. Moreover, I was more excited to look at the menu because I want to eat something and also I want to know what kind of dessert they had. When I saw the menu I was so happy and the gland that their most dessert was mixture with mango which is one of my favorite fruit. After I place an order I was looking around in the room and I found out that their main theme is about the mango because all the decoration inside that room was made of mango on the wall.

I ordered  “Jumbo Mango Chewy Ball”

Different Cuisines

Never say no no for the foods.
Because food is a major source
To obtain the nutrition and energy
In order to live on these plants.

Eating healthy food is another most essential consideration to keep your health safe.

Try to keep an eye on food ingredients to obtain yourself healthy and fit.

Since after high school as myself I love to eating food rather than eating junk food. I am actually a big food lover which means I can handle any situation when it comes to food. Which mean that I can go outside to eat food that I love or wanted even it heavily raining or heavily snowing.

I eat lots of different cuisine from different countries because I love to try a taste and try to found what so different since between the foods. As so far, I found out that most western foods are not spicy or little spicy but, in most Asian countries there are lots of spicy foods. especially Indian they loved eating anything with spicy. Well, I was talking spicy I am actually spicy lover sometimes without spicy I can’t eat food or food is not going in my mouth. That for me I consider myself a spicy lover all the time.




Collecting and taking different picture of landscape and nature around me is something that I always love to do or wanted to do. Because nature and landscape gives me the happiness and keep my mind relaxation.

Feeling towards it …………

  • Carefree
  • Joyful
  • Happiness
  • Amazing
  • Cheerful
  • Serenity
  • Enthusiasm
  • Contentment


“Walking alone in nature gives me the fresh scent of flowers and trees. Hearing the beautiful bird sounds give me the inner peace of brain.”

             By sangye khandro







“Nature changed due to the weather changes but, that does not mean it will change forever. it still gives me the comfort zone to feel the freshness of nature.”

                     By sangye khandro


Dessert ………

“I love dessert. All kinds. But there’s something about ice cream that makes me happy. I am drawn to its simplicity. I am perplexed by the endless supply of constantly growing flavor options. And I am always in the mood for sprinkles and a sugar cone”.

                                                                                  By Rachel Nichols


I being so many places to eat dessert but, the best place to visit to eat dessert is “Kulu”. Because they have lots choices that you want to eat and also everything on the plate are so organized. Moreover, I really love the flavor and the texture of the dessert that they present on the plate.

I have the description top the picture that I took.

  • Right side one is called Macha Waffles
  • The Middle one is called Ice Cream Mario.
  • The left side one is called Strawberry Waffles.

Rainbow Banana and Choconana



Tibetan Traditional Food (Tsampa)


Nomads and pilgrims to this day rely on Tsampa to sustain them for their long and arduous journeys across the Tibetan Plateau.

Tsampa can be prepared in sweet, savory or spicy dishes.

You can make this into different recipes.

  1. cham-dur (tsampa porridge)
  2. tsampa pancake
  3. tsamthuk (tsampa soup)
  4. pa (tsampa pressed cake)
  5. lhasa spice latte
  6. healthy velvet tsampa brownies
  7. mini tsampa almond butter cakes
  8. tsampa quinoa veggie burger

Best food every I had when was child and still too.

Tsampa is one of my identification.

Tsampa is also one of my favorite food or dessert.

Most nutritions food.

one of unique food that not exist in other country.

Easy to make and easy get the ingredients too.

Hello Welcome to My page

I always wanted my own websites for long time because I love to express myself toward the world. But, today is the day  I actually have my own websites that I being dream for long time.

This website will based on everything that makes my life happy and joyful.

I love to taking pictures of different kinds of things like foods, landscape, animals and people.