Laping

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Laping is a spicy cold mung bean noodle dish in Tibetan cuisine. It is also served in Nepal. It is a street food.[1] It can be eaten with red pepper chili, cilantro and green onion sauce. The noodles have a slippery texture and are served with a soy sauce gravy. It is traditionally a summer food. A tool is used to shape it.

Tibetan Fast Food Lafing.
西藏凉粉
Tibetan Street food

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  1. ^ Tibetan food (includes entry on Laping by Lobsang Wangdu

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