Chikhvi (Tripura): This is a native dish of Tripura made of stir-fried bamboo shoots and sliced pork. It is spiced with turmeric, rice flour paste, raw papayas, green chillies, and ginger and garlic paste.
Aikibeye (Nagaland): This dish is made of Mustard leaf and Colocasia roots with very little salt and no spices.
Sanpiau (Mizoram): This is a very famous snack found on the streets of Mizoram and is also prepared at home. Sanpiau is an integral part of Mizo food culture.
Jadoh (Meghalaya): In the local Khasi language, ‘ja’ means rice and ‘doh’ means meat. This is a traditional dish of the Khasi tribe of Meghalaya and is prepared on special occasions.
Eromba (Manipur): Eromba/Iromba (pronounced as ee-rom-ba) ia a very famous delicacy prepared by the Meitei community of Manipur.
Khazi (Arunachal Pradesh): Kharzi or Gyapa Kazhi is an easy-to-make cheesy rice dish which is a staple of the 'Monpa' tribe of Arunachal Pradesh.