Saturday, December 10, 2016

Foods of Bhutan


The food in Bhutan is changed and every area has its own claims to fame. You'll discover loads of dairy—from both yaks and cows—a wide assortment of new vegetables, and spices, for example, cardamom, ginger, caraway and turmeric. Meat and poultry dishes are generally served as stews or curries and all dinners are joined by either white or red rice, which has been steamed or boiled. Buckwheat and maize are in some cases substituted for rice.
The Bhutanese like their nourishment zesty—chilies are not viewed as a flavoring, but rather a vegetable that is presented with essentially everything. (Don’t worry, they do make allowances for western palates.)

Momos are Tibetan-style dumplings, which are loaded down with pork, cabbage or cheddar. These most loved treats are generally served at special events (or at whatever time Beth is driving the visit since they are her top pick).