This website on Odia Recipes is enriched with a history of nurturing the cultural traditions of Odisha for more than a decade. We initially launched our website in the year 2005 under the name Oriya Nari from the city of Lucknow in India and continued to publish it till the year 2014 highlighting various aspects of the life and culture of Odisha concerning especially the Odia women. It contained various sections such as Odia foods, counselling on family issues, book reviews, the profile of the achievers among the Odia women and social issues relating to the women's community of Odisha.
Due to unavoidable reasons, however, the website was discontinued in 2014. Consequently we felt uneasy that the great compilation of Odia recipes published on the site which was created over many years of efforts and contributions by several of our well wishers from across the world, was lost from the web. We then thought it our duty to revive at least the Odia Foods section of the erstwhile website 'Oriya Nari' by launching a new website under the name Odia Recipes.
We have been constantly adding and updating newer content on our website, in order to make it more useful to the lovers of Odia cuisine. The new features that have been added recently include the video of selected recipes.and also an app on Odia recipes which is available on the Google Play store.
We solicit your cooperation and support in making this website an effective platform for promoting and popularizing the food traditions of Odisha. Please strengthen this forum further by sending your valuable feedback and also by contributing more number of traditional Odia recipes.