Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Bhutan has unique taste


Chhurpi is prepared in a local dairy or at home from buttermilk  The buttermilk is boiled and the solid mass that is obtained is separated from the liquid and wrapped and hung in a thin cloth to drain out the water. The product is rather like the Italian ricotta, which also is made from whey. It is soft, white, and neutral in taste. However, it is often left to ferment a bit to acquire a tangy taste.
To prepare the hard variety, the soft chhurpi is wrapped in a jute bag and pressed hard to get rid of the water. After it dries, it is cut into small cuboidal pieces and hung over fire to harden it further.

Please come to Bhutan and enjoy the unique taste of Chhurpi. not just the Churrpi Bhutan has many more things to surprise you .