Eastern Indian Cuisine
Misa Mach Poora
A delicacy from the remote Indian state of Mizoram,it is traditionally made with roasted shrimp with local spices.
Mizoram is an amalgamation of the words mi, zo and ram meaning ‘land of the hill people‘. The region is populated by tribes of the Mongolian race who came to Indian centuries ago mingling with thee cultures of China, Myanmar and British.
Very little is known about their cuisine but one of their most popular dishes is the Misa Mach Poora. While its preparation can take a long time, you can never forget the taste of this dish once you’ve tried it.