foods of Bhubaneswar

Foods You Must Try In Bhubaneswar – once in life time…(don’t miss)

Bhubaneswar is the capital city of state of the Orissa in eastern India and is famous for its temples and is thus popularly called as ‘Temple City of India.’ The Bhubaneswar has many things to offer to the visitors in terms of history, culture, and cuisine. Most of the dishes in Bhubaneswar comprise of rice as it is the main crop of this region. Most of

the people of this area are non-vegetarian and dishes made from fish, crabs, lambs and chicken are popular. The cooking style of cuisine in Orissa is very distinctive. A typical meal in Bhubaneswar includes chapattis, Dal, Bhaji, and desserts…

Here is the list of foods You must Try in Bhubaneswar

1-Dahi Bara…

dahibara

Dahibara is a famous and unique street food of Odisha. Soft Dahi Vadas topped with spicy aloo dum and sprinkled with roasted cumin and chilli powder. You would find vendors with big handis (vessels) hanging on both the sides of bicycles selling these on the streets.

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2-Chhena podoa…

chhena poda11

Chhena poda is a cheese dessert from the state of Odisha in eastern India. Chhena poda literally means Roasted Cheese in Odia. It is made of well-kneaded homemade fresh cheese chhena, sugar, and suji, and is baked for several hours until it browns…

Chhena Poda

3-Alu Dum…

Alu Dum

Alu Dum – (Hindi: दम आलू) is a potato based dish, it is a part of the traditional Kashmiri Pandit cuisine, from the Kashmir Valley, in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. The potatoes, usually smaller ones, are first deep fried, then cooked slowly at low flame in  gravy with spices. Dum Aloo is a popular recipe cooked throughout India. In Odisha, it is a specialty dish eaten mostly…

4-Chakuli Chiken…

Chakuli Chicken

Chakuli chiken is a famous street food in bhubaneswar…(Odia: ଚକୁଳି ପିଠା) is a flat Odia rice-based fried cake traditionally made in the state of Odisha, India. It is prepared using rice flour, black gram, refined edible oil (preferably ghee or mustard oil), and salt.[2] Odia People use this in Festivals but some people also use this as their Breakfast. It can be served with many items, and the best combination of chakuli is with chiken…  

5-Malpua…

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 at Puri in Orissa.

6-Rasmalai…

Rasmalai

Rasmalai is a famous dessert that was originated in Bengal and then became popular in other parts of the country. Ras means juicy and malai means milk cream. Rasmali is white, cream or yellow balls of cottage cheese soaked in Rabri or clotted cream…

7-Pakhala…

Pakhala

Pakhaḷa is an Odia term for an Indian food consisting of cooked rice washed or little fermented in water. The liquid part is known as toraṇi. It is popular in Odisha, Bengal, Assam…

8-Mudhi Mansa…

Mudhi Mansa

This Mudhi Mansa, an exclusive Odia delicacy Which remains a niche in its own state made from the leftover gravy from the mutton curry mixed with onions, green chillies and fresh coriander along with the puffed rice, needs to be brought to the limelight for the world to know.

9-pahala rasagola…

Rasogola

Rasgulla is an Indian syrupy dessert popular in the Indian subcontinent and regions with South Asian diaspora. It is made from ball-shaped dumplings of chhena (an Indian cottage cheese) and semolina  dough, cooked in light syrup made of sugar. This is done until the syrup permeates the dumplings…

10-Abhada…

Abhada

Mahaprasad (Odia: ମହାପ୍ରସାଦ) is the term applied to the 56 food items offered to LordJagannath in the holy Temple of Puri, located in Odisha, India. The Prasada offered to him and later to Maa Bimala in the Grand Temple (SriMandir) is known as ‘Mahaprasad’. Mahaprasad is also lnown as “abhada”…

CONCLUSION…     These are some famous local food in bhubaneswar we discussed above,,, these all foods one can easily find in bhubaneswar city.. You must try it right now…

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