Gina's husband, Senjip, was seriously ill, and his uncle brought two frogs with him and invited them to a big meal.
In the mountains of Nepal, frogs are a coveted nourishing ingredient for every family. Not only can fat frog meat provide rich nutrients, but rounded frog eggs are said to treat wind chills. Gina's husband, Senjip, had a bad cold the other day and could only lie in bed moaning and relying on Gina's care.
In order to make Senjip recover as soon as possible, Senjip's old uncle took great pains to capture two frogs, intending to use them to replenish Hao Dazhe's body. The old uncle's actions touched Gina's family. While the old uncle was handling the frog meat, Gina took out the rice from home. Today, she is going to entertain the old uncle well with these white rice.
In Nepal, rice is a prized staple food that is only cooked when guests are entertained. The rice pot emits a rich aroma under the heating of wood, and you only need to wait another ten minutes to open the meal.
After processing the staple food, the next step is to make frog meat. Pour a little butter into the pan and add the chopped onion to stir-pop the pan to flavor. When the aroma is fragrant, add the processed frog meat. As the stir-fry spreads, the aroma of frog meat fills. In order to satisfy the family's appetite for the two frogs, Gina had to add a lot of salt and curry powder to the pot, but even that may not be enough.
In order to feed the old uncle, Gina once again took out some of the remaining lentil soup at home and enjoyed it with frog meat. This lentil is the most common delicacy for every Nepali and simply adding salt and turmeric powder and cooking it in a pressure cooker will improve the taste of the rice. The pressure cooker quickly spewed hot air under the heat of the firewood, and it didn't take long for a pot of bean soup to be ready.
Gina calmed her crying older son and began distributing food. Soft and sweet white rice served with a spoonful of delicious frog meat and topped with lentil soup. A curry frog rice bowl is ready.
Gina first served her husband and uncle a full plate, and the weak Senjip began to eat in large gulps, each bite of frog meat was his strength to overcome the disease. As an older generation of Nepalese, Lao Uncle prefers to eat by hand. Several ingredients are paired together, which is more delicious under the scratch of the old uncle's fingers, and every bite makes the old uncle feel satisfied.
When the two men were full, Gina also began to enjoy dinner. This is the first time Gina has eaten frog meat this year, and the delicious frog meat makes her eat with relish, but while enjoying the food, she does not forget to add sugar to the old uncle on the side.
Today's meal is also a delicacy that Uncle has not enjoyed for a long time. Usually the most eaten at home is matrima grass with cornmeal, and this meal makes the old uncle feel particularly satisfied. For the sake of his nephew's condition, I believe that the frogs nearby will be caught by the old uncle in the past few days.