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Cuisines

India is a land of diversity where one is treated with utmost love and a plate of a delicious meal no matter where one sets the foot. Every nook and corner of our beloved India has a unique cuisine to offer from its kitty. Such one state lies in the unexplored and untouched part of the map whose cuisines re uniquely different and celestial. Tripura, one of the seven sister hills of north-east India and surrounded by Bangladesh from three sides lies peacefully in its own cocoon. But, the rich culture and food speaks for itself. Some of the most famous cuisines to please the stomach are penned down.
MUI BOROK- THE TRADITIONAL CUISINE
Being the traditional cuisine of the state o Tripura is Mui Borok as it is affectionately called by its people. One would always find one ingredient in the traditional food plate of Tripurian people, Berma. Berma is died and fermented fish which is surely a Tripura’s favourite.
BHANGUI
As the lover of meat, rice is an essential part of the diet of Tripurian people. They take huge pains to bring about the perfect aroma of rice to their plates. Bhangui is an essential rice dish which is prepared with the sub-dried rice boiled with ghee, ginger and onion. Tripurians love to compliment their nicely prepared rice with meat and fish.
PANCH PHORON TARKARI
In a plate of Panch Phoron Tarkari one will smell the influence of Bengali tradition. Panch Phoron is an important Bengali spice which is a perfect blend of five spices, and hence the name of the dish. A vegetarian delight, this dish is prepared with a number of vegetables. It is best enjoyed with puri or paratha and it is very much enjoyed by the tourists.
CHAUK AND CHUWRAK
If one is a beer lover, one would probably fall in love with the freshly brewed rice beer of Tripura, Chauk as what they call their traditional beer that is prepared by fermenting rich in water. Chauk is a famous drink that is gulped down by the Tripuris on special occasions and festivals. On the other hand, Chuwarak is the infamous scotch and champagne of the state. It is considered as one of the safest alcohol to drink in the world, the credit goes to the natural ingredients and the traditional method of preparing the drink.
Whenever one pays a visit to the state of Tripura, one shouldn’t just border to the natural beauty but also should indulge in the traditional recipes of the state to fill their stomach with pleasure.

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