Here are some Odia chicken recipes that are easy to prepare, tasty, and will impress your guest. Everyone can make quick and healthy chicken dishes such as Chicken fry, Chicken curry,Chicken Biriyani and more.
Here are some Odia Vegeterian recipes that are easy to prepare, tasty, and will impress your guest. Everyone can make quick and healthy Vegiterian dishes such as Alu Dam,Alu Potal,Mattar Paneer,Veg Biriyani and more.
Odia Recipes about the cooking of fish and learn the secret of sucess. Fish recipes include Balasore fish curry, Hilsa(ILISHI) Machha Tarakari, Fish fry, Tandoori Fish and more . A collection of fish recipes are low in calories and fat.
This is a collection of easy Rice recipes. Rice are one of the most complete, naturally produced foods containing many essential nutrients for a balanced diet. Here are some Rice recipes such as Kanika...
The breakfast consists of chuda (poha, flattened rice), mudhi (muri, puffed rice), chuda can be eaten either as fried or with curd-banana-sugar(called as Chudaa Dahi). Mudhi is a famous snack in north Orissa. Different pitha also form breakfast menu.
Pithas are primarily made from a batter of rice flour or wheat flour, which is shaped and optionally filled with sweet or savory ingredients. When filled, the pitha's pouch is called a khol (lit. "container") and the fillings are called pur.
Odia Mutton curry are not full of masala floating in oil, rather these are mildly spiced onion into thin pieces. Chop the tomato and keep it aside. Make a paste of the green chillies and add it to the ginger garlic paste. Wash the mutton and cut it into small pieces.
The rasgulla originated in Orissa, where it is also known by its original name, Khira mōhana.It has been a traditional Oriya dish for centuries.
Pakhala, a dish made of rice, water, and yogurt, that is fermented overnight, is very popular in summer, particularly in the rural areas. .
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Oriyas are very fond of sweets and no Oriya repast is considered complete without some dessert at the end.Festivals and fasts witness a cuisine without onion and garlic whereas other days witness an aroma of garlic and onion paste in curries.
Generally people use many kinds of rice. One is Arua (sun dried and milled paddy) and another is ushuna (half boiled and milled paddy). The former is more popular in urban areas and Brhmin villages whereas Ushuna is popular in coastal and western,Northern Orissa villages.
The Rath Yatra or Car Festival (June–July) attracts pilgrims and visitors from all over the world. On the full moon day of the month of Jyestha known as Snana Yatra, the idols are brought out and bathed on a pendal known as the SnanaMandap according to religious rites.
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Pana Sankranti or Maha Vishuva Sankranti, is celebrated as the Oriya New Year.
The day marks the beginning of the New Year in the traditional Hindu Solar Calendar. On this day the sun enters the sidereal Aries or Mesha Rashi.
As more and more people go around the world and bring the taste back home, sometime original and often times an adaptation of recipes from the world gets popular in India. Khana Khazana readers are always looking for creative and interesting recipes of world cuisine.
Collection of easy & quick recipes from Odisha food cooking will help you prepare a fast and delicious lunch/dinner/breakfast when you've no time or in hurry. Easy/Quick recipes included Khichdi, Egg Curry, Egg toast, Lemon/Tomato fired rice, Cauliflower And Potato bhaja, Cauliflower Rice Recipe etc.
South Indian recipes encompasses a wide variety of regional cuisines native to India. Given the range of diversity in soil type, climate and occupations, these cuisines vary significantly from each other and available spices,herbs.
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Preparing a typical Odia cooking is very simple and easy. To know the basic ingredients required for Odia cooking, we just follow some simple steps.For example, Kerala food is made up of mainly rice, curry leaves and coconuts.
Odia Dessert Recipes section contains recipes of delicacies from all parts of the world. These include cakes,pastries, pies, puddings, and a variety of Odia sweets. No meal is complete without a dessert. Desserts leave a sweet taste in mouth after the meal. Try our healthy dessert recipes. Odia desserts are very tempting and mouth watering.
There is no better evidence for this religio-spiritual yearning in its popular form than the string
of festivals that is spread over the year. As has been said earlier, Odisha is a confluence of the
Aryan, Dravidian and Adivasi cultures all of which by the quest of the numinous.