Tibetan noodle soup, called thenthuk (འཐེན་ཐུག་). This comfort food is a common noodle soup in Tibetan cuisine, especially in Amdo, Tibet and it is very popular in North East India and Nepal.
This is an easy Tibetan food recipe.
Traditionally it would be made with mutton or yak meat. Links to four other recipes, including vegetarian momos, are at the bottom of this post.
How to make Tibetan noodle soup?
Thenthuk Soup contains both veggies and wheat noodles in it.
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