Boiled chickpeas, fried with onion and spices along with “Chuda ka bhuja” (flattened rice) makes it a perfect answer to satisfy your hunger!
This food is covered with rice flour and stuffed with lentil paste, along with spices and pickle. The dumpling is then steamed or fried and makes for a very healthy breakfast. Another variant of this is when the lentil paste is mixed with spices and rolled into chappatis and is called Dal-Puri.
This is made from wheat, sugar, mawa and is deep fried in oil, giving it a wafery texture that melts in your mouth. It's believed to be a 2000 year old preparation.
Litti Chokha consists of wheat, sattu and spices with a crunchy crust that is a foodie's delight, in its ghee dripping glory. It is eaten with a preparation of mashed boiled vegetables.
A mixture of flour, milk, banana and sugar that is deep fried in ghee and eaten with a sugar syrup and complimented with Rabdi.
This is most popular sweet in Patna. These are the very own ‘motichoor ka ladoo’ made from pure ghee. Some places called Boondi ka ladoo / maner/moti choor.
A non-vegetarian delight with a magnetic aroma. Maghu's mutton and Richie Rich's Reshmi are delicacies of the city.
Very similar to Gujia, Chandrakala is another heavenly dessert for those with a sweet tooth. Stuffed with sweetened khoya, coconut, cardamom powder and dry fruits in a crispy covering and dipped in sugar-syrup, Chandrakala is a dish from the traditional food of Bihar that is enough to sweeten your senses!
Crispy, crunchy and sweet in taste, Thekua is a delectable sweet dish, which is often offered as a prasad during popular Bihari festival 'Chhath' also known as Maharparv. Also known as 'Khajuria' or 'Thikari', this snack is a dry snack, sweet in taste and is cooked using wheat flour, ghee, coconut, sugar and oil. A deep-fried preparation, it is high in calories but is so delicious that you would not mind eating 2-3 of them in one go. Traditionally, Thekua is made with gud or jaggery, however, here we have made it with sugar.
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