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How is the Tibetan delicious rice cake made?

(Summary description)Butter cake is one of the traditional staple foods of Tibetan herdsmen. "Baba" is the Tibetan translation of fried noodles. It is the staple food that Tibetan people must eat every day. As a guest at the home of Tibetan compatriots, the host will bring you fragrant milk tea and fried barley noodles with both hands. Golden butter and creamy "koala" (casein) and sugar stacked layer upon layer are placed on the table. Butter is cream extracted from milk, and Baba is a powder made by grinding Barley by hand after it is fried and cooked. When eating butter baking, first pour a small bowl of milk tea, then put in butter, fried noodles, koala, sugar, mix well in the bowl with your fingers, and knead into a small group to eat. It has the fragrance of butter, the sour and crisp of koala, sweet and moist sugar. Rich nutrition, high calorific value, hunger and cold. Now let's see how the Baba is made. Practice: 1. The barley (barley, white, purple and black) is first dried and fried, ground int

How is the Tibetan delicious rice cake made?

(Summary description)Butter cake is one of the traditional staple foods of Tibetan herdsmen. "Baba" is the Tibetan translation of fried noodles. It is the staple food that Tibetan people must eat every day. As a guest at the home of Tibetan compatriots, the host will bring you fragrant milk tea and fried barley noodles with both hands. Golden butter and creamy "koala" (casein) and sugar stacked layer upon layer are placed on the table. Butter is cream extracted from milk, and Baba is a powder made by grinding Barley by hand after it is fried and cooked. When eating butter baking, first pour a small bowl of milk tea, then put in butter, fried noodles, koala, sugar, mix well in the bowl with your fingers, and knead into a small group to eat. It has the fragrance of butter, the sour and crisp of koala, sweet and moist sugar. Rich nutrition, high calorific value, hunger and cold. Now let's see how the Baba is made. Practice: 1. The barley (barley, white, purple and black) is first dried and fried, ground int

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Butter cake is one of the traditional staple foods of Tibetan herdsmen. "Baba" is the Tibetan translation of fried noodles. It is the staple food that Tibetan people must eat every day. As a guest at the home of Tibetan compatriots, the host will bring you fragrant milk tea and fried barley noodles with both hands. Golden butter and creamy "koala" (casein) and sugar stacked layer upon layer are placed on the table. Butter is cream extracted from milk, and Baba is a powder made by grinding Barley by hand after it is fried and cooked. When eating butter baking, first pour a small bowl of milk tea, then put in butter, fried noodles, koala, sugar, mix well in the bowl with your fingers, and knead into a small group to eat. It has the fragrance of butter, the sour and crisp of koala, sweet and moist sugar. Rich nutrition, high calorific value, hunger and cold.

 

Now let's see how the Baba is made.

 

Practice:

 

1. The barley (barley, white and purple-black) is dried and fried, ground into fine flour without peeling.

 

2. Put the rice cake in a bowl, add some butter tea and stir it with water until it is kneaded into a ball. ) It is convenient to carry and suitable for herdsmen's life. Just take wooden bowls, waistbands and "Tanggu" (bamboo bag) and find some tea when you go out. You don't have to start cooking with fire. In addition, some meat and wild vegetables can be added to the rice cake to make "porridge", which is called "Tuba" in Tibetan.

 

The delicious bamboo was originally made by this way. Besides delicious bamboo, bamboo is also a food of nutritional value.

 

Let's take a look at the nutritional composition table.

Nutritional Components
Heat (kilocalorie) 257 Vitamin E (mg) 2.68 Protein (g) 4.1 Cholesterol (mg) 73
Fat (g) 13.1 Potassium (mg) 123 Carbohydrate (g) 30.7 Sodium (mg) 8.9
Dietary fiber (g) 1.8 Calcium (mg) 71 Vitamin A (microgram) 0 Magnesium (mg) 61
Carotene (microgram)1 Iron (13.9 mg) Retinol equivalent (microgram) 49.3 Manganese (mg). 64z
Thiamine (mg). 05 Zinc (mg) 9.55 Riboflavin (mg) 15 Copper (mg) 6.26
Nicotinic acid (mg) 1.9 Phosphorus (mg) 176 Vitamin C (mg) 0 Selenium (microgram) 7.5

In addition: during Tibetan calendar years, every family has to put a lucky wooden duo called "Zhusuoqima" on the Tibetan cabinet, which is filled with green trees, poles and Zhuoma (ginseng fruit), with green spikes, wheat spikes and flower school and a spleen with the pattern of sun, moon and stars painted by Zizhuo. Neighbors or relatives and friends come to pay New Year's greetings, the host will carry "Zhusuoqima". The guests grab a little bamboo cake with their hands, withdraw to the air three times in a row, then grab a little and put it in their mouth, and then say, "Zhaxidele" (good luck) to express their blessings.

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