Most famous Lohaghat ki Barfi (Famous Pure Sweet from the Hills of Uttarakhand)
Pahad Ka jayka
(From your Favorite Rinku Sweet House, Khetikhan))
The town of Didihat in Pithoragarh district is identified as Khenchuwan or khenchuva Sweets. It can also be called the magnificent gift of Kumaon. Based on the local language, it is clear from its name itself.
Khanchuva refers to the vibe and once its taste dissolves on the tongue, then it settles in the heart and mind.
Khenchuva is a type of dessert made only in this region. During this period, due to a lack of milk, khenchuva was made in limited quantity. Gradually due to its specialty, its demand started increasing. Khenchuva is prepared by boiling about 100 Litres of milk for a long time till only about 15KG remains and then It is made in the form of this amazing sweet using the traditional recipe.