Soups give an absolute winter vibe. You may have tried so many soups but have you ever tried a lumpy potato soup? We are talking about rildok, a scrumptious soup and a known gem from Sherpa cuisine. This soup is perfect for winter mornings!
As the winter chill has fully set in, we have wrapped cozy sweaters around us and started sipping hot chocolate and other winter delights. Soups are popular food items all year long but are especially popular and beneficial during the winter. And why not? It is essential to stay not just from the outside but also from the inside. And soup could be a perfect choice.
You may have tried so many soothing soups but have you ever tried a lumpy potato soup? We are talking of rildok, a soup popular within the Sherpa community. For those who don’t know, the Sherpas are indigenous people settled in the mountainous areas in the Himalayas. People from the sherpa community are known for their mountaineering skills. Their staple diet mostly consists of barley, potato, locally grown vegetables, meat, and other products from Yak and milk.
Sherpa cuisine is humble and simple. Their food is relatively straightforward because of being loaded with vegetables and high vitamin and fiber content. There are so many dishes in their cuisine that one should definitely try at least once but this piece is dedicated to rildok. Some call it a delicious stew while for some it is lumpy potato soup. It is a soup made to fill you up and warm you through the cold elevation and months in the Himalayas. It is filled with dumplings made from mashed potatoes. It has timur which gives it a vibrant flavour and makes it perfect for winter mornings. Wanna know how to make it at home? Follow the steps below!