India is home to some of the most unique and diverse cuisines in the world. There is so much regional variety - no matter where you go in this country, you will be left stunned. Thanks to social media, we come across some amazing dishes and preparations from the home chefs and cooks living in India. Whether it's a paniyaram recipe or the preparation for Kashmiri kahwa, these dishes are authentic and delicious to the very last bite. Recently, Nagaland minister Temjen Imna took to Twitter to reshare a recipe for a curry from his home state. Take a look:
Wanna try ?? 😀
Recipe Note कर लेना 🗒️🖋️
We are thankful to Etsoyu for making such wonderful, delicious and mouth watering contents and giving a recognition as well as promoting authentic Naga dishes in the social media platforms.
See More: https://t.co/lG8HnAo5zchttps://t.co/OuzswU3MMR— Temjen Imna Along (@AlongImna) April 9, 2023
Temjen Imna had retweeted a recipe video shared by Nagaland tourism. A healthy vegetable stew, it comprised boiled tomatoes, potatoes and fermented dish. A mixture of oyster mushrooms, ginger, green chillies and a special ingredient called xanthoxylem leaves also made the curry quite interesting and unique.
"Wanna try? Recipe Note kar lena [do note the recipe]," wrote Temjen Imna in his tweet. Thanking the creator of the video, he added, "We are thankful to Etsoyu for making such wonderful, delicious and mouth watering contents and giving recognition as well as promoting authentic Naga dishes in the social media platforms. Bravo!"
Internet users were quite happy to see this new and interesting recipe from Nagaland. The minister Temjen Imna himself is a huge food-lover and he regularly shares snippets from his foodie sojourns for his fans and followers to see. Many people wanted to try this unique Naga curry recipe at their respective homes. They left their thoughts in the comments and replies of the Nagaland minister's tweet.
Take a look at the reactions:
The mushrooms will grind the taste more— Rahul Debbarma🇮🇳 (@RahulDebbarma95) April 9, 2023
Naga cuisine is the most underrated cuisine in india
Hidden gem. Oil free— Straight Talk (@Straighupdudess) April 9, 2023
Sir hum to wahan aa kar apke sath lunch karenge aur aisi bahut si dishes try karenge 🙏— Devang Jain 🇮🇳 (@dev_thakkar23) April 9, 2023
Love to taste this delicious recipe 😋— Ronnie Dey (@ronniedey) April 9, 2023
देखकर मुँह में पानी आ गया ,
इतना healthy Estou🥗🥙🍲— Md Azam Siddique(ZIMMI) (@AzamSid63165177) April 9, 2023
Have you come across any such wonderful recipe from India's diverse states and regions? Tell us in the comments.
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