Chana dal peda is so easy and a quick Indian sweet treat using some roasted chana dal (split Bengal gram) with some crunch from sesame seeds
Bhapa Aloo is a super simple yet delicious side dish using potatoes coated with a mustard and coconut paste using steaming method.
Fasting is not to be boring if you have these spicy and tempting SABUDANA KEBAB in the coming festive times or even in any festival.
Chhena Tarakari is a chhena (cottage cheese) based popular side dish from odia cuisine. Any special celebration or during festival this is a common affair in the menu. The takari can be prepared with or without onion-garlic. I have come up with without onion-garlic version
Jeera Lanka Gunda is one of the staple spice powders in Odia households. Starting from Dalma, any Chaat, Dahi bara -ghuguni-aloo dum to any satvik side dish preparation; this is the best ever seasoning.
Tanka Torani – a much popular rice-based refreshing drink from the holy land of Jaganath puri, Odisha.
Masala Peanuts here are crunchy and spicy masala coated peanuts in the oven, These are munched as a fabulous snack.
Bhindi Do pyaza is a perfect vegan and gluten-free side dish using Ladies Finger (bhindi/okra) and a double the amount of Onions. Also it is one of the popular vegetarian recipes from north-Indian cuisine.
The roasted Corn Salad is a healthy salad using some roasted corn. Also completely Vegan & Gluten-Free. ideal for brunch & light meals.
This is a creamy, rich Indian pudding using sago (sabudana) flavored with the king of fruit, Mango (aam). Perfect for festive time indulgence