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Dalma is a classic Odia dish made with lentils, vegetables, and spices. It is a real treat for the Odia people. It’s a must-try for guests because it tastes healthy and comforting.
On a hot day, it’s nice to cool off with a bowl of Pakhala. This food is made of rice that has been soaked in water and fermented. It is served with fried fish, curries, and vegetables, among other things.
3. Chhena Poda
Chhena Poda is a unique treat that is a work of art in the kitchen. It is made from fresh cheese (chhena), sugar, and cardamom. Then it’s baked until it’s just right, making a caramelized crust that will make you want more.
4. Machha Besara
Machha Besara is a wonderful treat for people who like fish. It’s a fish curry made with mustard paste and a mix of spices, so it has a lot of different tastes.
Bhubaneswar says that it has the best Rasagola. These sweet, soft, spongy, and syrupy cakes are a wonderful treat.
6. Bara Ghuguni
Bara Ghuguni is a famous street food. It is made up of fried lentil cakes (called “bara”) and a spicy yellow peas curry (called “ghuguni”). It’s a snack that both people who live there and people who visit love.
When you go to Bhubaneswar, you have to try the famous Puri-Aloo dish. Puffed bread (puri) that has been deep-fried and served with spicy potato soup (aloo) is a great combination.
8. Dahi Vada-Aloo Dum
Soft lentil dumplings soaked in yogurt (dahi vada) and spicy potato curry (aloo dum) go well together in this tasty dish.
Khaja is a famous sweet treat. It is a layer cake made of flour, ghee, and sugar that is often eaten on special events.
10. Chhena Jhili
The sinfully delicious Chhena Jhili is a great way to end your food trip. This delicious dessert is made from cottage cheese (chhena) that has been deep-fried and then soaked in sugar syrup.
Odisha’s local food is a lovely mix of savory and sweet tastes that will leave you spellbound. Enjoy the original tastes of Odisha by trying new things in the kitchen and eating the state’s famous food.