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GAJAR HALWA(Meetha bhi….Diet Bhi …

GAJAR HALWA(Meetha bhi….Diet Bhi …

  Ingredients- Medium carrots,grated pure ghee skimmed milk green cardamom powder sultanas khoya,grated sugar free nature diet sugar pistachios,blanched ,peeled and sliced METHOD 1-heat pure ghee in kadai.add grated carrots… Read more »

Preparation method of Santula

Preparation method of Santula

Ingredients 50gm brinjal (baigana) 50gm potato (alu) 50gm ridge-gourd (jahni) 50gm raw papaya (kancha amrutabhanda) other green or red vegetables may also be used (not the leafy ones). 1 onion… Read more »

Tomato Khajura Khata Preparation Method

Tomato Khajura Khata Preparation Method

Ingredients 250 gm tomato (tamatar) 100 gm date palm (khajuri) 2 tablespoon freshly grated coconut (nadia kora) ½ inch ginger (adaa) 2 dry red chillies (sukhila lanka) 1 teaspoon turmeric… Read more »

Ghanta Curry Preparation

Ghanta Curry Preparation

Ingredients 50 gm arum (saru) 50 gm potato (alu) 50 gm yam (desi alu) 50 gm pumpkin (kakharu) 50 gm striped pear gourd/ parwal (potala) 2 tomatoes (tamatar) 5-6 lima… Read more »

Jeera Pakhala

Jeera Pakhala

Ingredients 2 Cup Rice 25 gm Kala Jeera 2 spoons Oil curry leaf(Bhrusunga Patra) Red pepper(Sukhila Lanka) Method Boil the rice(like we prepare normal rice). Remove the water from it… Read more »

Kanika

Kanika

Ingredients 3 cups rice Basmati (basumati chaula)(or any local rice with a fragrance may be used) ½ cup bengal gram (buta dali) 1 cup sugar 1 cup (chini) salt to… Read more »

Ghia Anna Preparation

Ghia Anna Preparation

Ingredients 2 cups rice (chaula) 2 table spoon split bengal gram (chana dali / buta dali) 2 table spoon ghee (desi ghia) 10 curry leaves (bhursunga patra) 1 teaspoon cumin… Read more »

Dal Khechedi

Dal Khechedi

Ingredients 250 gms rice (chaula) 200 gms half-crushed green gram/ moong dal (muga dali) 1/2 tea spoon turmeric powder (haladi gunda) 51 table spoon cumin seeds (jeera) 1 pinch asafoetida… Read more »

Muga Dalma Preparation

Muga Dalma Preparation

Ingredients 1/2 cup moong dal (muga dali) 1 tablespoon cumin seeds (jeera) 1 inch ginger – crushed (ada) 1 tablespoon ghee (desi gheea) 2 tea spoon cumin powder (jeera gunda)… Read more »

Preparation of Dalma

Preparation of Dalma

Ingredients 100gm pigeon pea /arhar dal (harada dali) 50gm raw papaya (kancha amrutabhanda) 50gm striped pear gourd / parwal (potala) 50gm potato (alu) 1 big onion (piaja) 3-5 dry chili… Read more »

Mahaprasad Avada – The Food of Lord Jagannath Temple Puri

Mahaprasad Avada – The Food of Lord Jagannath Temple Puri

One of the traditional and Popular Delicacies of Orissa is the Mahaprasad (Avada)- the holy food served to Lord Jagannath as bhog. This is mostly available at the Anand Bazar… Read more »

Pithas(Cakes)- The Special Delicious Odia Cuisine

Pithas(Cakes)- The Special Delicious Odia Cuisine

Among the Popular Delicacies of Orissa you can opt for the different kinds of pithas (Cakes) prepared from rice powder and gram dal. The various pithas made in Orissa are… Read more »

Special Delicacies from the Oriya cuisine

Special Delicacies from the Oriya cuisine

Sweets Orissa cuisine involves extensive usage of coconut even in desserts. People of Orissa include dessert in their regular meal. Some of the desserts which are famous in Bengal and… Read more »

Non Vegetarian Special Cuisines of Odisha

Non Vegetarian Special Cuisines of Odisha

Talking of the Cuisine in Orissa, we must mention the fish and seafood which are specialties here. Crabs, prawns and lobsters cooked in curd or coconut milk with little oil… Read more »

Vegeterian Delights

Vegeterian Delights

Paddy being the principal crop of Orissa, Rice is naturally the staple food of the people. Wheat, though not grown in plenty, has the privilege of being the second. Side… Read more »

Cuisine of Odisha

Cuisine of Odisha

Food is an important and integral part of various traditions and has cultural significance in the life of the people of Orissa. Orissa cuisine is an amalgamation of affluent usage… Read more »