|Place of origin||Tibet|
|Main ingredients||Barley grain, yeast, tsampa, dry curd cheese, wild ginseng and brown sugar|
|Cookbook: Gundain Media: Gundain|
In Tibetan cuisine, gundain is a type of pastry made from barley grain and yeast (fermented into a light barley beer), with tsampa, dry curd cheese, wild ginseng, and brown sugar. This pastry is often served during the Tibetan New Year and Losar as a starter.