Chiura is rice that has been beaten flat and dried to preserve it. Yep, it's dried, crunchy, flattened rice, and it's eaten throughout Nepal, but is especially common in the Newari cuisine of the Kathmandu Valley. You don't just order chiura alone, however; like plain rice, it goes along with a meal of curries, pickles, and sauces. It is commonly accompanied by aloo bodi tama, a watery but very fiery curry made from potato, bamboo shoots, and black-eyed beans.
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