Thenthuk (pronounced roughly like “ten” + “too” + k) is a typical Tibetan noodle soup from the Amdo region that keeps the nomads warm during the long Tibetan winters. It’s a great recipe that tastes wonderful with either with vegetables or meat. In Tibetan “then” means pull and “thuk” means noodles, and you do literally pull out the dough before breaking off pieces to throw into the broth. This is a great dish for cold weather. We make it often on winter evenings.
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