Friday, 21 June 2019

Assamese Muga Leta Recipe

Assamese Muga Leta Recipe

‘Muga Leta’ is a native Assamese sentence, which means Silkworms. In Assam state, there is a very tasty recipe prepared with Silkworms, which the native people called ‘Muga Leta recipe’.

I also live in Assam. Last weekend, I prepared the same recipe for some of my office friends.

In that case, I thought to share with you the whole procedure, how we can make a beautiful and delicious Muga Leta recipe in a simple Assamese style and eat it with Apong.

So, you want to see how to make it?

Here is the very simple step by step process below.

Assamese Muga Leta Recipe

Ingredients

  • Muga Leta or Silkworms (1/2 KG)
  • Onion (2 to 3 large size) – The more onion you use, the more delicious your dish will be.
  • Salt – 1 table spun
  • Turmeric Powder
  • Green Chili – 2 to 3 pieces
  • Mustard oil (Use a bit more mustard oil)
  • Garlic (Ginger is not required)
  • Coriander leaves (For better design and smell)


3 steps before cooking 

  • First of all, you need to boil all the silkworms for almost 15 to 20 minutes in high flame. This will make your Silkworms quite smoother.
  • Chop the onions, green chilies, into very small pieces that it marinates easily with Muga Leta’s.
  • Make a raw spice paste by mashing 5 to 10 garlic cloves.
  • That’s all, now we are ready to go for our final cooking steps.


Cooking Procedure

  • In the very first step, put some mustard oil in a frying pan. Let the oil be hot for 3 to 5 minutes in medium flame.
  • After the oil becomes completely hot, add the chopped onions and keep frying until it becomes complete golden brown.
  • Now, add some salt, turmeric powder, green chili, and garlic paste to it.
  • In the fourth step, your onion mixture is ready to be mixed with boiled Muga Leta’s. So add them and fry the mixture again for 10 to 12 minutes continuously.
  • After you have done these four simple steps, your dish is ready.
  • Now, design it with coriander leaves and have it with Apong (Rice beer) in a traditional Assamese style.

Hope you will try this recipe very soon and let me know about it. I will be happy to know your first Muga Leta recipe cooking experience.

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