Banana Flower | Nahtang um

Banana Flower Banana Flower known as Nahtang-um or Na-um or nachang-um is used for ingredients in boil veg, fish soup, salad or stir fry etc.  The Banana flower is starchy and slightly bitter,  with more  of a vegetal flavors, entirely different than the mature banana fruit. This vitamin rich flower will be one of my…

Foxnut Chutney : Thangjing Malta meh : Hot Foxnut Salad

Euryale ferox  or Foxnut or Lotus seeds also known as Makhana in Hindi and Punjabi and locally known as Thangzing/Thangjing in Manipur. The plant produces starchy white seeds that are edible.Puffed lotus seeds are also eaten as snack, or made into kheer. It has both nutritive as well as medicinal uses. In Manipur it is cooked or…

Chicken Noodle Soup 

Chicken Noodle Soup  to Beat the Cold Winter.   Hello Everyone!!! Its Winter and who doesn’t love a  classic noodle soup?  This Chicken Noodle Soup is perfect for the weather and will keep you warm from head to toes, and will filled you up. Today lets make a noodle soup, its Simple and Easy to…

Chicken Curry | Aksa Meh Kan

Chicken Curry ( Aksa Meh Kan) Hello Friends, Today recipe is Chicken Curry!!   Its easy to cook, fast and delicious!! Ingredients : Chicken Onions Garlic Ginger Tomato Chili powder Turmeric powder Hing Bay leaf Black pepper, Cumin seeds, Coriander seeds Cooking oil Salt Preparation Wash the pre cut chicken in a running water and set…

Pork, Beef and Banana Stem Recipe

Pork, Beef and Banana Stem Recipe Hello Friends, Banana stem is a fibre- rich item that the Northeast of India used extensively esp in the Manipur State and in Mizoram. It is cooked with meat, and eaten in salad (singju), or Hot chutney like Sathu Maltameh (an ethnic cuisine prepared using fermented meat fat by…

Banana Stem | Nangtang Kung

Banana Stem | Nangtang Kung  Banana stem or plant is one of the vegetables used extensively in manipur. This plaintain stems are a very good source of dietary fibre and has many medicinal values. In Manipur, it is cooked with meat or make in a hot chutney, or salad. Comment | Like | Share |…

Colocasia Root Recipe | Bal Meh

Bal (Colocasia Root) Meh  Bal or Taro or Arbi or Colocasia roots  is a popular roots vegetables of the  hills of Northeast part of India.  It has a brown exterior and a creamy flesh.  This Starchy plant has a similar flavour with potatoes. It can be fry, boiled and is versatile. . In the Northeast Part…

Bal | Colocasia | Arbi | Taro

Bal | Colocasia | Arbi | Taro Bal or colocasia or arbi  is a popular vegetables from hills of Northeast part of India.  It has a brown exterior and a creamy flesh.  This Starchy plant has a similar flavour with potatoes. It can be fry, boiled and is versatile. . In the Northeast Part of India…

Dol | Colocasia Leaves

Dol | Colocasia Leaves Locally known as Dol  is popularly known as  Colocasia Leaves or Arbi Patta or Taro leaves.  Almost all parts of the plant are used for cooking in different parts of India. The leaves, the thick stem and the roots of Colocasia is used differently to cooked different type of dish. In the…