Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Smoked Beef with Fermented Soya Beans!

This is Smoked Beef Stewed in fermented Soya Beans. A Naga (People of Nagaland) Delicacy, this authentic Naga recipe is right from the Kitchen of a Naga friend who is also an excellent bachelor Cook. Fermented Soya beans or Akhuni in nagaland, Hawaizaar in Manipur and Turumbai in Meghalaya is a part of the North eastern cuisine. Very pungent, you need to acquire the taste before you can actually enjoy this dish, but once you have gotten used to it, there will be no stopping you huh!


Blogger princessyogi said...

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9/27/2006 01:26:00 AM  
Blogger princessyogi said...

Do you have a recipe to make Hawaizaar?? I know some people make it at home. I agree its VERY pungent and I haven't been brave enough to eat it :D but I'd like to try making some.



9/27/2006 01:27:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

are u aware of the sexual harrasment of a northeast( mizo) girl from the faculty of law , delhi university? the incident happened on friday 22/september/2006 at the arts faculty compound, university of delhi.

we know u are a blogger from manipur and will do ur bit to raise as much awareness as u can on this issue. there is an active group (friends of the culprit) that is trying to put the entire matter under wraps. we need as much help as we can get from all quaters.
north-east students.

9/27/2006 09:23:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi there

thanks for posting this authentic recipe, it looks yum, but i dont know how to get the ingredients like fermented soya abroad?

9/28/2006 07:05:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

@Kavita: Well, preparing it the manipuri way is a very spacialised skill, since we use a special leaf to cover the soya after boiling it so that it is fermented and not rot. Fermenting is anaerobic decomposition I believe, and you will need air tight containers and stuff.. I wouldn't actually know how to do it. We buy this stuff from Brahmin Cooks who specialise in preparing the same.

@ Anon: You might have to find out in google. But it should be available in every asian food store or asian food section of a store. This is quite a common asian food.

9/29/2006 11:09:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And where could we get it in Delhi...?

10/03/2006 08:46:00 AM  
Blogger zkhiangte said...

hi anthony,
I am super excited to see all these north east recipes...yumm..i can't wait to try them out! do you by any chance have any suggestion for mizo food?

10/18/2006 12:58:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

do u have a chicken with bamboo shoot recipe??

5/09/2007 04:22:00 PM  
Blogger Chef Jeena said...

This looks lovely.

6/16/2008 04:01:00 AM  

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