Bamboo shoot is such a common ingredient across the NorthEast, found in all kitchens, that just the thought of bamboo shoot brings the smell of home to mind. This pickled Bamboo Shoot, made in Meghalaya, preserves the subtle flavour and crunchy texture of the bamboo and its very appetising smell. Ad..
If you're someone who loves bamboo shoot and the heat of Naga king chilli, do not look beyond this pack of bamboo shoot and Naga king chilli pickle! Lightly pickled in oil letting the Bamboo shoot and the King Chilli's natural pungent flavours shine, these are truly the essence of flavour from acros..
Soyabean is truly a typical taste of the NorthEast. Soyabean or Axone/Akhuni is essentially boiled & fermented soyabeans. This chutney uses fermented soyabean and comes ready-to-eat! The pungent flavoured with basic spices – ginger, garlic, chilli powder. Those who know of Axone love it and whil..
For those would love to use raw bamboo shoot in their cooking but do not have ready access to it, this plain, simple bamboo shoot preserved in oil with salt and a bit of chilly is the perfect solution! Its preservation in oil is a simple Assamese style of bamboo shoot pickle. Use it as a simple pick..
"I would rather eat a meal without meat than live in a place without bamboo" - said a renowned medieval Chinese poet of the Song dynasty. With this Bamboo Shoot Pickle from Assam, you will never need to experience what this poor fellow did! This pickled Bamboo Shoot preserves the subtle flavour and ..
Banana flowers are a rich source of iron, calcium and a whole host of other minerals making it a superfood. Try this pickled banana flower preparation, which is simply yum! Made in typical Assamese style with simple spices here is an easy (and tasty) way to add a superfood into your diet.
For all those who love spicy pickles, this one is for you! For all those who grew up with king chillies aka bhoot jolokia, this will bring back the taste of home. Try this king chilli pickle and enjoy a flavourful, fiery good time with a spice mix that is typical of Assamese pickles. The pungency le..
Sikkim's dalley chillies are one of the world's hottest naturally grown chillies. In this packet, the scarlet red, round dalley chillies are preserved as a paste, to use as a fiery ingredient while cooking or as a dip and hot sauce giving you an authentic taste of the chillies. This dalley paste is..
Scarlet red, round Dalley chillies are preserved as a paste, to use as a fiery ingredient while cooking or as a dip and hot sauce giving you an authentic taste of the chillies. These mini pouches are carefully packed and sealed with small spouts making them easy to pour and easy to carry anywhere to..
Elephant Apple (Ou Tenga) Pickle: Elephant Apple, or Ou Tenga as it is known in Assamese and Chalta in Bengali, makes quite a lip-smackingly delicious pickle. This pickle is sour and spicy with a good bit of chilly heat as well and is a quintessentially, beloved Assamese pickle. Ou Tenga is a typica..
Thekera Tenga or Bor Thekera is a sour fruit that is dried and used commonly as a souring agent in Assamese dishes, especially fish-based curries. This fruit is known as Garcinia in English and Sohdanei in Khasi and is a wild fruit that grows along the foothills of the Himalayan region. It make..
Olive or Jalphai (Indian olives) are a sour fruit and do not produce oil like the variety found in the Mediterranean region. It is used mainly in making delicious, tangy pickles and chutneys and is a summer favourite in most parts of the North East. Taste this Olive pickle made in the traditional As..