Mizoram Style Arsa Beipenek Recipe (Spicy Chicken Stew Recipe)

Mizoram Style Arsa Beipenek Recipe (Spicy Chicken Stew Recipe) is a traditional recipe from the tribal region of Mizoram. The chicken is cooked in its own stock and then thickened with wheat flour mixture. The specialty of this dish in Mizoram is that they use “Bakor”also known as spirited weed in dish which is specialty in those hilly terrain which has certain n medicinal values to cure illness. Serve the Mizoram Style Arsa Beipenek along with steamed rice, tawa paratha to enjoy your Sunday ...

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Meghalaya Style Do O Kalai Recipe (Chicken In Black Lentils)

Do O Kalai Recipe (Chicken With Black Lentils) is a simple yet delicious chicken curry from Garo and Khasi mountainous regions of Meghalaya. The cooking here is very healthy using minimal or or not using oil at all. Instead, the chicken skin and fats are used to impart taste to the dish. Here I have used cooking soda to soften the chicken and make it dissolve its flavours in to the gravy. But locally, soda like "khar" is used which is completely homemade and not chemically obtained, unlike soda. ...

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Chicken Momos Recipe (Delicious Steamed Chicken Dumplings)

Chicken Momos Recipe (Delicious Steamed Chicken Dumplings) are a North East recipe and very popular in Tibet as well. Since this recipe is a steamed dimsum recipe, it is a healthy high protein recipe with tender chicken. Serve Chicken Momos Recipe (Delicious Steamed Chicken Dumplings) along with sauces, Hot and Spicy Chicken Curry Noodles Recipe and Vegetable Clear Soup with Lemon Grass Recipe. Here are various chicken recipes that you will also love Dry Fry Keema Balls (Spicy Chicken Keema Balls) ...

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Mizoram Inspired Veg Sawhchiar Recipe (Rice Pilaf With Kashmiri Red Chillies, Bay Leaf and Paneer)

Mizoram Veg Sawhchiar Recipe is the rice pilaf recipe which is made with only vegetarian ingredients, which is a twist to the traditional Mizoram recipe of Sawhchiar which uses majorly non vegetarian ingredients like chicken or pork. In this recipe, I have kept the traditional ingredients like lettuce, spinach, black pepper and cardamom but have also added paneer & bay leaf for added flavour and vigour to the dish. You can serve Mizoram Inspired Veg Sawhchiar Recipe along with Palak ...

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Arunachal Style Kharzi Rice Recipe

Arunachal pradesh, the land of seven sister states is occupied by various tribes.They each have a unique method of cooking. Some tribes use fermented cheese in their cooking which is very common for monpa tribes of Arunachal. Kharzi Rice is a dish from the monpa tribes, which is very tasty. Serve Kharzi hot with Mooli Raita. Other recipes that you can try are: Spinach Rice Recipe Thakkali Sadam Recipe (Spicy Tomato Rice) Spiced Rajma Pulao Recipe (Spiced Kidney Bean Rice)

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Mizoram Special Koat Pitha Recipe (Banana Fritters)

Mizoram Koat Pitha is a fritter dish made with rice flour and banana which is similar to the Kerala Unniyappam which is fried on a kuzhi Paniyaram Pan. The flavours come together wonderfully to make a great dish with a crisp exterior and soft interiors.  In the North East it is widely consumed as a delicious dessert on almost all the special occasions. Serve Koat Pitha as a delicious dessert after light meal of Sana Thongpa and  Tan Ngan, or as an evening tea time snack ...

Pui Shaager Chorchori Recipe (Mixed vegetables with Malabar Spinach)

Pui Shaager Chorchori is a traditional vegetable side dish from my mom's kitchen. In Bengali Chorchori means a combination of vegetables. Pui Shaager Chorchori is a combination of vegetables like Malabar Spinach, potatoes, pumpkin, radish and eggplant, all cooked well in panch phoran masala. This recipes usually uses mustard oil which gives it a distinct yet flavourful taste. If Malabar spinach is not available, one can make do with the regular spinach as well. The vegetables come together to make ...

Manipuri style Karotkhabi Kanghou Recipe (Bitter Gourd & Potato Stir Fry)

Karotkhabi Kanghou is a Manipuri style vegetable dish prepared with bitter gourd and potato. Like every Northeastern state Manipur also has its own style of cooking. Generally Bitter gourd dishes are always served first in meal. This dish is good when it is serve warm with hot steamed rice.  Serve Karotkhabi Kanghou with steamed rice topped with ghee along with Tomato Onion Sambar. Other recipes you can try are: Carrot Poriyal Recipe (Steamed Carrot Stir Fry) Chow Chow Curry ...

Manipuri Style Chana Kanghou Recipe (Kala Channa Dry Subzi Recipe)

Manipuri Style Chana Kanghou Recipe (Kala Chana Dry Subzi Recipe) is a dry subzi made from black chickpeas. The cooking method Manipuri is very simple and they use less of spice mix to create a simple and humble dish. Manipur being one of the seven sister states, the cuisine hailing from Manipur is little different from the rest of north eastern areas. Their dishes usually prefer to use chilli peppers thus the result of it their dishes are very spicy. Serve the Manipuri Style Chana Kanghou Recipe ...

Manipuri Style Sana Thongpa Recipe (Paneer and Green Beans in Milk Gravy Recipe)

Manipuri Style Sana Thongpa Recipe (Paneer and Green Beans in Milk Gravy Recipe), this dish hail from manipur which is one of the seven states of the north eastern part of India. Manipur is located near the eastern part India that shares the border with Burma. They mainly consume ingredients that are fresh and grown in their households. The actual dish consists of paneer and green peas which is simmered in milk with the basic spice available. But instead of peas we have substituted with green beans, ...

Manipuri Style Alu Kangmet Recipe (Mashed Potato in dry red chillies Recipe)

Manipuri Style Alu Kangmet Recipe (Mashed Potato in dry red chillies Recipe), simply tossed mashed potatoes in roasted dry red chillies and salt. This dish has only three ingredients and is one of the staple meal for the manipuris. Manipur is located near the eastern part India that shares the border with Burma. They mainly consume ingredients that are fresh and grown in their households. Since the vegetables are grown at home and the same is sold in their market, their cooking includes all seasonal ...

Manipuri Style Chak Angouba Recipe (Vegetable Pulao Recipe)

Manipuri Style Chak Angouba Recipe (Vegetable Pulao Recipe) is a staple food for Manipuri cuisine. They prefer to use black rice more than the normal white rice. Vegetables are grown in their house gardens so they mainly consume ingredients that are fresh and grown in their households. Since the vegetables are grown at home and the same is sold in their market, their cooking includes all seasonal vegetables only. Chak Angouba is cooked rice with vegetables and simple spice powders. They also prefer ...

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Manipuri Style Tan Ngang Recipe (Refined Flour/Maida Indian Puri Recipe)

Manipuri Style Tan Ngang Recipe (Refined Flour/Maida Indian Puri Recipe) is a Manipuri style Bread which is fried and made with refined maida flour. Manipur is located near the eastern part India that shares the border with Burma. Manipur being one of the seven sister states, the cuisine hailing from Manipur is little different from the rest of north eastern areas. This puri is paired up with any kind of dry preparation as well as gravy dishes to be eaten along with. Serve the Manipuri Style Tan ...

Arunachal Pradesh Zan Recipe (Finger Millet Porridge with Vegetables Recipe)

Arunachal pradesh "The land of rising sun" is one of the largest among North eastern states. They prefer to use different methods of cooking.This region is occupied by tribal people and they use fresh herbs,vegetables in their everyday cooking. They don't use oil much or packed spice products and they prefer steaming,boiling and smoked food methods of cooking. Arunachal pradesh is famous in the production of millets,maize and wheat. Zan is the most popular porridge recipe of monpa tribes of ...

Tripura Style Kosoi Bwtwi Recipe (Sauteed Tofu & Green Beans Stir Fry With Garlic)

Tripura Style Kosoi Bwtwi Recipe is a recipe from North East. Tripura Style Kosoi Bwtwi Recipe is a vegetarian delicacy with simple spices but protein rich tofu in it. the people from Tripura also use Shrimp sauce instead, that manages the protein content in the meal. Serve Tripura Style Kosoi Bwtwi Recipe is served as a side dish along with a meal of steamed rice and Assamese Bilahi Boror Tenga Recipe (Sour Curry With Red Lentil Fritters) and garlic dal recipe. Here are a few more ...

Mosdeng Serma Recipe (Tripura Style Tomato Chutney)

Mosdeng Serma is a popular recipe of Tripura, one of the North Eastern states of India. It is a spicy tomato chutney which is traditionally served with pork side dishes and hot steamed rice. Like most recipes of North East, this a simple recipe with basic spices but is very tasty and brings in the traditional flavours of the region. Dry red chillies are soaked in water before bringing it into the recipe here. I used green chilies along with red chillies, since I lave the flavour that it brings along ...

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Manipuri Style Mangal Ooti Recipe (Yellow Dried Peas Curry Recipe)

Manipuri Mangal Ooti is a Manipuri side dish served  during Kang festival in their region. A simple peas dish that is very popular  as a breakfast or dinner option. It is cooked in soda and mustard oil tadka and makes for a delicious accompaniment along with any Indian Bread.  Serve Manipuri Style Mangal Ooti Recipe (Yellow Dried Peas Curry Recipe) along with with phulka or Homemade Butter Naan Recipe (Soft Yogurt Bread) fora wonderful lunch. Other recipes you can ...

Mizoram Style Hmarcha Rawt (Roasted Green Chilli Chutney)

Mizoram Style Hmarcha Rawt (Roasted Green Chilli Chutney) is a recipe from North East India. It is a tangy and spicy chilli chutney locals of Mizoram prefer having with main dishes. The recipe is also quite easy to prepare and just take 10 to 15 minutes. Serve with Spicy Chicken Curry Recipe In Naga Style or Thekera Tenga Recipe (veg) and steamed rice. Here are a few more accompaniment recipes that you would also love Hurali Kalu Chutney Recipe (Horse Gram Chutney Recipe) Kothamalli ...

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Naga Style Chicken With Bamboo Shoot Recipe

Chicken with Bamboo shoot recipe is an  another Nagaland cuisine delicacy.  This recipe doesn't need any oil, and the spiciness of green chilies and taste of Bamboo shoots makes it a unique recipe. A simple nutritious and healthy recipe with goodness of chicken.  It just take 30 to 40 minutes to be plated. Serve Naga Style Chicken With Bamboo Shoot Recipe warm with hot steamed rice and Hmarcha Rawt (chutney). If you like this recipe, here are a few more chicken variants ...

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Chinese Oats Vegetable Dim Sum Recipe

Dim Sum is a classic Northeast Asian snack and is often filled with cabbage and ginger and a hint of carrot. In this Chinese Oats Vegetable Dim Sum Recipe, we have added the Saffola Chinese Oats along with the vegetables to give it a healthy and delicious twist. The Chinese Oats Vegetable Dim Sum is a great appetizer to kick start any dinner party, and can be served with Chilli Garlic Sauce. Other appetizers that you can try are: Paneer Bread Balls Recipe Bruschetta with Olives & ...

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Chak-Hao Amubi Recipe (Black Rice Pudding)

Chak-Hao Amubi Recipe (Black Rice Pudding) is a delicacy that comes from the North East of India, particularly Manipur. Assam & Manipur produces a large scale of Black rice, which is drought resistant and also rich in minerals. Hence there are various regional recipes made with black rice, and the most delicious among all is Chak-Hao Kheer. The preparation is pretty much easy and is similar to our humble white rice kheer. The only difference here is the extended rice-soaking time of 3-4 hours. ...

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