Odia cuisines are rich & made from local ingredients. The cuisine of Odisha has a distinctive cooking style and the same is followed in the preparation of the dishes. People of Orissa are sweet tooth and sweet dishes form an indispensable part of their meal. They are prominent and well known for their exceptionally mouth-melting and finger licking delicacies.
OdiaLive brings you the list of some remarkable Food Delicacies Of Odisha.Try when you visit Odisha .
Khaja is an unique sweet used as one of the chappana bhogas of Lord Jagannath in Puri.Khaja is prepared in the temple of Lord Jagannath daily and served as a mouth-watering prasad.
Rassogolla is what makes Salepur & Pahala pretty famous and unlike other counterfeits which are spongy and whitish in color,this desi version is brownish which melts in the mouth as soon as one has it.
‘Dahibara-Ghuguni-Aludum’ is the most popular street food oc Cuttack district of Odisha. Its a great combinations of three different dishes of Odisha.
Baripada, is famous for mudhi (puffed rice) and mansa (mutton) combination.Mudhi tastes utterly delectable with its mutton gravy counterpart, You have to try it to believe it.
Mudhi is a staple food of people of Odisha. Especially Mudhi is famous and maximum produced from Baripada & Mayurbhanj district of Odisha, and throughout the state it is eaten as snacks & during tea.
Kora Khai is served as prasad at the famous Lingaraj temple of Bhubaneswar, this eatable is extremely famous for its taste. Prepared from spices like cinnamon and cardamom along with puffed rice, and caramelized with jaggery or sugar, coconut pieces and cashew on top, Kora Khai is a perfect blend of taste.
Rasabali is originated from Kendrapara district of Odisha. Rasabali is offered to Lord Baladevjew, and originated in the Baladevjew Temple of Kendrapara District of Odisha. It is one of the Chapana bhoga of Lord Jagannath at Puri Jagannath Temple.
It is said that Chena Poda,the divine sweet dish originated in the Nayagarh District of Odisha in the first half of the twentieth century. It is offered to Lord Jagannath. Chhena Poda is made from home made cottage cheese.
Poda Pitha is the favourite and holds a special place in every Odia’s heart. It is said Raja Festival is colourless and tasteless without Poda Pitha . The cuisine is also the favourite dish of Lord Jagannath “The God of the Universe”.So here comes the recipe of the favourite and unqiue dish . Check it out , try @ Home and share your experience with us .
Chena Gajja is famous in Balasore & serves to be one of the famous cuisines of Odisha. The dish is blended with a mix of sugar and semolina, which afterwards is dried and then fried before being wrapped up in sugar syrup, Gajja is another type of Rassogolla that will elevate your sweet buds.
The birthplace of Chhena Jhili happens to be Nimapada located in the Puri district of Odisha. Although one can get it all over the state, but the craving for Nimapada’s Chhena Jhili is just and righteous.