Odisha no onion no garlic recipes recipes

Katahal ka dopyaza – Jackfruit cooked with onions

Katahal ka dopyaza – Jackfruit cooked with onions

It is native to parts of South and Southeast Asia, and is believed to have originated in the southwestern rain forests of Indian Subcontinent, in present-day Goa, Kerala, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, Sri Lanka coastal Karnataka, and Maharashtra
Oriya dahi vada aloo dum ghugni recipe

Oriya dahi vada aloo dum ghugni recipe

Some classic Indian popular dishes mixed to form a delicious street food of Odisha. If you have tasted Dahi bhalle or Dahi vada before , you will be amazed to know that this is not the same item I am talking about
Krishna Janmashtami recipes

Krishna Janmashtami recipes

Lord Jagannath is another form of Lord Vishnu ,in the holy Temple of Puri, located in Odisha, India. Sweets are prepared from thickened milk and not by curdling the milk forming cottage cheese
Crispy Rice Vadas ( Chaula Bara )

Crispy Rice Vadas ( Chaula Bara )

Through my blog I have always taken you through various lesser knownrecipes belonging to Odisha , which are not only drool worthy , they are also amazing in taste
Bathua Saag-Dal curry

Bathua Saag-Dal curry

Usually people in Odisha use moong dal instead of toor dal for this recipe. Since I made this vegetable for the first time and was not so sure about the recipe, I decided to cook it along with dal, a hint of tomato and lots of onions
KANIKA -  FAMOUS ODIA SWEET RICE

KANIKA - FAMOUS ODIA SWEET RICE

Odisha is a beautiful state and has so many varieties of choices for veg and non veg lovers. Kanika is a pulao recipe which is prepared during festivals in Odisha
Macha Tarkari( Odia style Rohu Fish Curry)

Macha Tarkari( Odia style Rohu Fish Curry)

Odisha, previously known as Orissa, is one state that is traditionally famous for it's mouth watering delicacies of rice, lentils, desserts and sea food
Ghugni (Dried Yellow Peas Curry)

Ghugni (Dried Yellow Peas Curry)

Ghugni is a most popular street food in the eastern part of India (Assam, Bengal, Bihar, Odisha). Once the oil gets hot enough, add cumin seeds, bay leaf and chopped onion and sauté it tills soft and golden brown
PANASA KATHA KASA - KATHAL KI SABZI- TENDER JACKFRUIT CURRY

PANASA KATHA KASA - KATHAL KI SABZI- TENDER JACKFRUIT CURRY

This particular fruit is abundantly found in almost every second home in Odisha and my childhood memories associated with this fruit is the exchange of home grown vegetables and fruits were very common and Jack fruit featured quite commonly in that exchange