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Buff Pickle, Timur Chhop with Buff 300GM

Timmur Chhop Buff is a popular Nepalese dish that features tender chunks of buffalo meat marinated in a mixture of spices and herbs. One of the key ingredients in this dish is Timmur, which is a type of Szechuan pepper that adds a unique flavor and numbing sensation to the dish.
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Buff Pickle with Timur Chhop is a distinctive and flavorful delicacy in Nepali cuisine, showcasing the culinary creativity and preferences of the region. Buff, referring to buffalo meat, is a common protein source in Nepal, and when transformed into a pickle, it becomes a savory and spicy treat. The meat is often marinated with a blend of traditional spices, including timur (Sichuan pepper), red chili powder, fenugreek, and other aromatic ingredients. The result is a bold and robust pickle with a perfect balance of heat and depth of flavor.

Timur Chhop, which translates to Sichuan pepper powder, is a key element in this pickle, providing a unique and tingling sensation to the taste buds. Sichuan pepper is known for its citrusy and numbing flavor, adding a distinctive touch to the overall profile of the Buff Pickle. This flavorful combination of buffalo meat and timur chhop makes the pickle a sought-after delicacy, often enjoyed with rice, bread, or as a complement to traditional Nepali meals.

The preparation of Buff Pickle with Timur Chhop involves a meticulous process of marination and preservation, allowing the spices to infuse into the meat, creating a delectable and long-lasting condiment. This pickle not only represents the richness of Nepali pickling traditions but also celebrates the regional flavors and preferences associated with buffalo meat and the unique zing of timur.

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