Gondo Datschi - Scrambled Eggs with Goat Cheese

Gondo Datschi is a classic Bhutanese recipe made by scrambling eggs with goat cheese, butter, and herbs. It is best served with a big slice of toasted, crusty bread!

Yak cheese is a hugely popular ingredient in Bhutan but if you don't have access to it, then I recommend you using goat cheese as an excellent substitute.

- Butter - Goat cheese - Eggs - Fresh dill, parsley, chives and oregano - Cayenne pepper

The texture of the eggs tastes unlike any scrambled eggs I’ve ever eaten. You crack the eggs into water and combine them with butter and cheese, so the curds turn out a lot smaller than your run-of-the-mill scrambled eggs.

Bring your pot of water to a boil. Add in the butter and cheese, then whisk! Add eggs and whisk away! (About 10 min!)

Once the eggs are almost completely scrambled, add the finely chopped herbs. Cook for about another 15 minutes, until the eggs reach your desired doneness.


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