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Ambila

Ambila is a traditio...

Kakharu Phula Bhaja

Carefully remove the...

Badi Chura

First of all fry the...

Baunsa Karida Bhaja

We would first prepa...

Santula

For one prescribed ...

Ghanta

Cut the vegetables a...

Pani Kakharu Sakara

Heat oil in a pan. T...

Chhena Tarkari

(1) MAKING OF CHHENA...

Pala Chhatu Bara

Do you get 'Pala Chh...

Kolatha Dali

Boil the kolatha dal...

Jahni Rai

Make a masala paste ...

Dahi Bara

Wash the black gram ...

Ouu Khata

Elephant apple or Ou...

Potala Rasa

COCONUT MILK: Put s...

Gota Potal Bhaja

First peel all the p...

Mula Raita

First of all grate t...

Piaji

If you are born an b...

Kancha Kadali Bara

Wash the plantains a...

Raam Rochak Tarkari

Soak moong dal in wa...

Sajana Phula Rai

De-stem the sajana b...

Tomato Khajura Khata

This way of cooking ...

Dahi Baigana

Whip the curd well b...

Pithau Bhaja

First of all soak ri...

Muga Dalma

First of all dry-fry...

Dalma

.Dalma is synonymous...

Vegetarian foods form a significant part of the food habits in Odisha. The Odia food heritage owes its origin to the various types of prasad, ie., cooked food offered to the deities in the famous Jagannath Temple of Puri. Such offerings are strictly vegetarian in nature and even the vegetables which made their entry into the state of Odisha in the last one or two centuries, such as brinjal, tomato and potato etc. do not find a place in the daily ‘prasad’ cooked in the grand kitchen of the temple. The OdIa vegetarian food is however evolving slowly and embracing changes over the period. We present here the recipe of vegetarian dishes which may be treated as the traditional foods of Odisha.

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