Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Ema Datshi Recipe

This afternoon I received and collected gifts from Luzee which was brought by Sonam, her colleague in Bhutan, who came here for the official visit.

Happiness is when I received red rice, chili, and cheese from Bhutan :)

She gifted me 2 kg of red rice, one pack of Datshi (Bhutan handmade cheese), and one box of Ema (giant green chilies).

I was very exciting receiving all these items. I called my hubby immediately and told him that I would cook Ema Datshi (Bhutan most famous - national - dish) to be eaten together with the red rice this evening.

At the same time I asked my Bhutanese Charo (friend) for the recipe. Hehe... Thank you Flora for your recipe. I followed it accordingly :)

Ema Datshi with Red Rice :)

Ingredients:
- 10 pcs of Ema (chilli), cut half or in quarter. Remove seed is optional (to be less spicy)
- 1 pc of small size white onion (chop thinly)
- 1-2 cloves of garlic (chop small)
- 1 pc of tomato (chop thinly) - optional
- 1 pc of Datshi or 2 pcs of cheese slices
- 3 Tbs of vegetable oil
- Salt
- 1 cup of water

Ema Datshi ingredients :)

Preparations:
1. Boil water, sliced onions, tomato and oil for 10 minutes
2. Add chilli
3. Add cheese (mash it and spread on top of the chilli)
4. Add salt
5. Cover the lid and boil 2-3 minutes
6. Stir the chilli and cheese well, cook for a little while more with small heat
7. Turn off the fire, remove the lid, taste if you need additional salt, and leave it for a while before serving

Tarrraaaa......

Ema Datshi - Before and After ^_^

It's shared among the three of us. I think my hubby and son can become Bhutanese too. They enjoyed it very much! And when I asked my son to rate, he gave me 9 out of 10. Wow! Haha... ;)

Thank you Luzee, Sonam, and Flora! Without all of you, we wouldn't be able to enjoy this delicious food, food that comes from your warm heart :) Name same kadinche la! ^^

6 comments:

Flora said...

Good on you charo! It really looks yummy. Wow you did well. I am happy that I could help you with the recipe. enjoy!

Rima Reyka said...

Thank you charo! ^^

Rupa KK Gurung said...

Wow!!!
yumyum... M a bad cook... I really need to follow the receipe...
Have fun maam Rima...
Have a wonderful day ahead...

Rima Reyka said...

Oh I can't believe that! You sure cook much better than me la! ;)
Have a wonderful day to you too Rupa! ^^

amrithdiary said...

Sounds really yummy. U have made my mouth water. lol! A nice post again. Keep it up la.

Rima Reyka said...

It is yummy la! :P Haha... Thank you Sir! :)

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