Ama Datshi - the favourite dish of Bhutanese!
Ama Datshi- Chilli and Cheese (5-7minutes cooking time)
4 big chillies (fresh or dried)
One heaped table spoon of grated cottage cheese
One table spoon of cooking oil or butter (butter mild down the heat from the chillies)
Salt to taste
Slit the chillies into half lengthwise and cut them in half to make quarter pieces.
Put them in a pan. (Preferably a non stick pan)
Add just enough water to barely cover them fully.
Sprinkle the grated cheese over the chillies.
Add the butter and salt.
Turn the gas on and cook without stirring.
When it comes to a boil and the cheese melts into the chillies, turn off the heat and stir to mix all the ingredients together.
Serve with rice.
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