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…

Zawngtah Malta Meh | Petai Beans Chutney

Zawngtah  Malta Meh  (Petai Beans Chutney) Ingredients Zawngtah / Stink beans / Petai Sap Malta / King Chili / Ghost Chili Ngathu / Fermented Fish Sipi / Perilla Seeds Havai Zik / Pea tips Chi / Salt How to prepare? Making Zawngtah Malta meh is easy but it takes time to clean the Beans as…

Havai Zik | Pea Tips

Havai Zik | Pea Tips Havai zik or Pea tips or shoots are the tender leaves of pea plant. It is my all-time favourite green vegetable. When cooked it is similar to baby spinach and is versatile. It can be eaten raw as salads , cooked, stir fry etc. The stems/stalks are edible, crisp and…

Zawngtah | Jonglha | Yongchak | Stink Bean

Zawngtah Comes winter and comes the season favourite beans Zawngtah, yes, its official its the Zawngtah Season!!! Zawngtah, Jonglha, Yongchak, Bitter Beans, Parkia, Parkia roxburghii , Parkia javanica , Parkia speciosa, twisted cluster bean, pete, Kam, petaiParkia speciosa or  Parkia roxburghii  (stink bean, petai, bitter bean, stinker or twisted cluster bean) locally known as Zawngtah/Jonglha/Yongchak in Manipur…

Bambooshoots Salad – Gotuai Maltameh

Bamboo shoots locally known as Gotuai/Mautuai  are the edible shoots of many bamboo species. They have a wide variety of culinary uses such as in traditional dishes  with sathu, ngathu , tangal meh or meh pok. They are sold in various processed shapes, and are available in fresh, dried, and canned. In Manipur(India), It is also fermented…

Tangkuangteh Tuimawl/Antuimawl/Pennywort Soup

Hello Everyone, Do you like Tangkuangteh/Indian Pennywort? Tangkuangteh is a local name for Indian Pennywort, also Known as Changkuangche/ Changkongche, spadeleaf, Brahmi/Brahma manduki, Peruk etc. It is use as a medicinal herb in India, the full plant can be eaten, In Manipur we eat it raw – in salad/singju or make it as a hot…

Havai/Matar/Sweetpea Mehpok

Mehpok is a rice dish or rice porridge flavoured with meat, veg, herbs, it can be eaten as it is, or served as side dish. it is one of the favourite tribal dish of the Northeast India Today lets cook Sweet pea Mehpok/ Rice Dish Ingredients Sweet peas Short Grain Rice Chicken stock Cooking Soda…

Pork Ribs Cooked with Bekanthu (Fermented Soya beans)

Hello Everyone!!! How many of you like Fermented Soya beans? Fermented Soya Beans locally known as Bekanthu has a strong powerful smell. It is similar to Japanese Nato. But the way we eat Bekanthu is different from the way Nato is eaten..  It may be an acquired taste because of its powerful smell and strong…