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Rongpa community is well known for the cuisines. The Rongpa cuisines are mostly prepared for meal but there are some cuisines which are prepared during special occasions of weddings, mundan and worship of god. The traditional daily meal combinations of the cuisines are as below:

Breakfast: Jya and Sattu
Lunch: Rice and Curry
Dinner: Rice or Bread with Curry
 
Some of the cuisines for meal and special occasions are as below:


Small bread, Laud is prepared in the combination of small bread called Pakoda. This combination is usually made during special occasions and weddings. Specially, after marriage, when a bride goes first time to her parent’s home. Laud and Pakoda can be called a replacement of sweet when one goes to close relatives home.

This sweet bread is made of a flour fried in Ghee and is usually made during rituals for the God or Goddess. This bread is taken as God’s Blessing (as Prashad) during the traditional rituals. 

This soft bread is made of local flour and is usually made during winters for breakfast. It is serves in dinner. This soft bread is prepared same as Dosa of south India. It is served with homemade sauce or chatni. 

A special kind of prismatic cake is made of local flour and is usually made during rituals for the God or Goddess. This has little bitter taste and taken as God’s Blessing (as Prashad) during the traditional rituals. 

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