Kruthghwadhi is very popular in Pashtun cuisine consumed primarily during the
winter. It is also called kruth or ghwadhi.
It is prepared by Quroot (Dried curd). Butter which is extracted from cows, buffalo, goats, or sheep is used .Butter is melted into oil. Quroot is added in boiling oil until it is melted and become like soupy greasy mixture .Soak hunks of nan or roti in it. Add some onions. Add Salt and some spices.Mix everything well and continue to cook over low heat.
Traditionally it is eaten with hands but some people eat with spoon as well. To enhance flavour it is served with sources chutni or salad. But best way is to eat simple with out any additive things.
Kruthghwadhi keeps warm and prevents from cold in winters. It is the reason where there is severe cold it is used.