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What to Eat in Nagaland
Naga cuisine, of the Naga people, features meats and fish, which are often smoked, dried .
31. Kongshia Lon
Of all the Nagaland food I was able to sample on my weeklong visit to Nagaland, it was the different assortment of chili sauces and garnishes that I enjoyed most.This eel chili sauce was excellent, dry eel pounded with lots of chilies, garlic, and salt. I was quite satisfied with just a spoonful of this eel chili sauce and rice.
32. Crab Chili Sauce
Another great combination was the crab version. It was a little runnier than the dry eel chili sauce, but this was also very good. I was surprised how nonfishy it tasted.
33. Naga Ghost Chili Sauce
On my last night in Nagaland, a friend cooked up a feast that contained dishes specifically from her home village in Nagaland. This blend of ingredients (Im sorry, I honestly dont know what all was in here) was miraculous. There were only 4 Naga ghost chillies (the worlds hottest chili) within this sauce, and that was enough to make it tear flowing spicy. It wasnt a long lasting hot chili spice though, it was more of an extreme sharp pain in your mouth that didnt last too long, but really added wonderful flavor.The entire chili sauce tasted kind of like mashed beans mixed with all sorts of herbs, onions, garlic and the Naga ghost chillies.Though in a week I was barely able to scratch the surface of Nagaland food, what I was able to try I really enjoyed.
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