Hāku Chhoyalā



In the previous post, I have discussed the terminology of Chhoyalã. So, in this post, I am not going to take a long time to explain it again. Chhoyalã itself is a dish, and adding Hãku, as an adjective ‘Black’ to Chhoyalã is simply modifying the noun. When something is burned, it turns black, so it gets its name adding “Hãku” or “black” to Chhoyalã when it turns black after burning or grilling in the process of making it. If you want to know the procedures of preparing Chhoyalã, there you go… Continue reading “Hāku Chhoyalā”