Usually, in India, every household buttermilk is served after meals to improve digestion. This spiced and smoked buttermilk is very refreshing and easy to make. Buttermilk helps to reduce body heat during the hot weather. The smoky-spicy flavour gives the regular buttermilk a unique twist and makes it more appetizing. Beat the heat with this refreshing smoked buttermilk.
“Dhungar”- Dhungar is a technique of imparting a smoky flavour to a dish, when a particular dish has finished cooking, a live coal is taken and it is put into a small bowl then ghee and other spices are poured on it, when it starts to smoke this is put in the middle of the pot, the smoke from the coal must be trapped in the pot by tightly closing the lid.
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