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Odisha Famous Rasgulla

Ingredients 1 litre milk to make chhena (khira) lemon juice (lembu) 1 tsp all purpose flour (maida) 2 cups sugar (chini) 1 tsp cardamoms powder (gujurati gunda) ½ tsp Rose water (golapa jala) Part I: Make Chenna – Heat milk over medium heat in a saucepan and bring to a boil for about 10 minutes. […]Read More

Pakhala – Odisha ‘s favourite food

Pakhala is basically rice fermented with water overnight, and eaten with fried vegetables and fish accompaniment. Especially during summer, Pakhala is the food for an Odia.The food is considered to be preventive for heat stroke, which is very prevalent in the area during the summers, and some researchers claim it is the only food that […]Read More

Odisha famous Crab curry

Ingredients : Crabs & ndash (Kankada) 7 pcsGinger puddingPaste d’ailPlaced onionTomatoes 1Powdered cuminThe Leaf Bay (Tejapatra)Powdered red chilliPowdered with turmericMasala GaramOil(Mustard Petrol)Savory salt Procedure : First Boil some water and then bring in the crabs for 10-15 minutes. Then remove the upper part and clean them. Hold just body & paws. Then cut half off […]Read More

Odisha Dalma-dal cooked with greens vegetable

Dalma is cooked with an array of vegetables and spices, basically dal (lentil). Besides being a part of the main course, people enjoy the dish with a variety of dishes such as Pitha Dalma (local pancake), Vada Dalma (fried lentil cake). The most essential component of any Odia meal is high protein and a nutritious […]Read More

Odia Style Rohu Fish Curry

The Rohu’s (carp) natural sweetness leaves a lasting impression in a plain Macha Jhola (fish gravy) ingredient: 500 gm rohu fish (or whatever other river fish you choose) 2 Medium scale, quartered onions 6 Garlic Cloves 1/2 “Ginger 1 Cumin seeds in teaspoon (jeera) 1 Teaspoon seed coriander (dhania) 3 Dried red peppers 1 Medium […]Read More

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