Mizo cuisine is the traditional food of the Mizo people, an ethnic group from the northeastern region of India. The cuisine is heavily influenced by the region's agrarian and hunting-gathering traditions. The staple food of Mizo cuisine is rice, which is often served with a variety of meat, fish and vegetable dishes. The cuisine is known for its use of locally-sourced ingredients, such as bamboo shoots, wild mushrooms, and a variety of greens and herbs.
Mizo cuisine is known for its use of a wide variety of meat, including chicken, pork, fish and wild game such as deer, wild boar and small animals. Some popular Mizo dishes include bamboo shoots fry, smoked meat, fish, and traditional stews. The food is generally spicy, with a generous use of ginger, garlic, and chili peppers. The cuisine also includes a variety of fermented foods such as fish, meat, and vegetables which adds a unique sourness to the dishes. Additionally, the Mizo people have a tradition of consuming fermented soya bean, this is known as "Sattu" and it's a staple food in many Mizo households and it is used to make various dishes like chutneys, stews, and curries.