The Hmar tribals, among the Chin-Kuki-Mizo groups of indigenous communities in Northeast India, Myanmar and Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh, are well-known for their traditional dishes and indigenous cuisine.
Though non-vegetarian, they have quite a culinary taste in preparing cuisine with a wide varieties of vegetables, wild edible plants and herbs found in their local habitats and forests. Many of these are also found to have medicinal values as well.
Their dishes ranges from simple boil dishes to hot dishes involving chilli, cooked with fermented pork, fermented fish, fermented soybeans, fermented sesame seeds and many others.
We regularly update and showcase many of the Hmars’ exotic indigenous cuisine for visitors to try out in their own kitchen!
If you would like to contribute to feature your own dishes in the website, you are most welcome to get in touch with us though our contact us page!
We only need a picture of the dishes, ingredients and recipe!