Food And Cuisine

FOOD AND CUISINE IN BHUBANESWAR

  • Abadha


    The Abadha of Lingaraj Temple and Ananta Vasudeva Temple served for devotees is considered a vegetarian culinary delight

  • Chhenapoda


    Chhenapoda literally means Roasted Cheese in Odia. It is made of well-kneaded homemade fresh cheese chhena, sugar, cashew nuts and raisins, and is baked for several hours until it browns. Chhenapoda is the only well-known Indian dessert whose flavour is predominantly derived from the caramelization of sugar.

  • Chingudi Kossa


    Crab Kalia is a popular seafood dish in Bhubaneswar and is made from fresh crabs cooked along with potatoes, onions, gingers and a variety of spices.

  • Crab Kalia


    Crab Kalia is a popular seafood dish in Bhubaneswar and is made from fresh crabs cooked along with potatoes, onions, gingers and a variety of spices.

  • Dahi Baigana


    Dahi baigana is an Odia dish prepared from dahi (yogurt) and eggplant especially during festivals.

  • Dahi Machha


    Dahi machha is a traditional Odia delicacy made of fish in a spicy yogurt based sauce. It is eaten usually served with rice as an accompaniment. Dahi Machha Jhola is liberally seasoned with turmeric, onions, garlic, mustard and garam masala. The use of turmeric imparts a yellow colour to the sauce base.

  • Dahi Pakhal


    It is the daily lunch for almost every household in Odisha during summers. It is prepared by soaking cooked rice in water and sour curd. Typically left overnight, and often served with potatoes, fried fish, papad and Badichoora, which is dried and nut-like urad and black gram. This fermented rice is the perfect dish to beat the heat and refreshes you from within. 20th March is celebrated as PakhalaDibasa (Universal Pakhala Day) by all Odias to welcome summer season with Odisha's traditional food

  • Dalma


    It is made with roasted moong dal without any onion or garlic. A few regular spices along with a cup of veggies are added to it to give it a lip smacking flavor. Common veggies include pumpkin, plantain, yam and papaya, which work like magic on your overall health. Mostly eaten with rice, this finger-licking meal will more than satiate your appetite.

  • Ghanta Tarkari


    Ghanta in Odia means mixed. This dish is prepared by mixing a variety of vegetables and is mostly enjoyed during festivals. 

  • Kora-khhaii


    Bhubaneswar is known for its kora-khhaii which are made up of paddy, jiggery and coconut pieces. Pitha, a kind of sweet cake, bread or dim sum are winter specialties

  • Malpua


    Malpua is an Indian version of pancakes that is very popular in Bhubaneswar and nearby areas. Malpua is made from sweetened wheat flour batter, and then deep fried and served hot. Malpua is also offered as a main ingredient in prashad to Lord Jagannath in Puri.

  • Pahala Rasagulla


    The traditional Odisha rasgullas are softer and creamish in colour.

  • Palau


    Palau is a rice dish made from vegetables and raisins. It is the Odia version of pilaf.

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