Odia cuisine has been influenced by its borderstate Andhra Pradesh adding its Telugu touches i.e. chillies curry leaves and tamarind, making an appearance in some of the dishes.
Cheese and milk is chilled and mixed with grated coconut, mashed banana and garnished with a pinch of ground pepper. A good way to cool down a bit.
Macha Besara Bhaaja
Carp marinated in mustard paste and shallow fried. One of my favorite dishes while growing up.
Pithau Dia Cantala Bhaaja
Contolo gourd dipped in rice flour batter and deep fried. A speciality of Odia cuisine which is tasty, healthy and Juicy.
Toor dal cooked with vegetables and flavored with 5 spices unique to Orissa. A simple dish that brings the entire meal together.
A typical Oriya style mutton curry cooked with potatoes in a pressure cooker and of course the 5 unique spices.
Bandhakobi Chingudi Ghanto
Small prawns cooked with cabbage, gives out a unique flavour that can only be tasted and then experienced.
This dish is made from yogurt and eggplant. This is cooked only during festivals as it involves a lengthy and time consuming process.
An important staple of Orissa, no meal never goes without it.
Rice pudding made with condensed milk & flavoured with raisins and dry fruits.
Come over and along with some great food you will also be greeted by a handsome Golden Retriever as well.