Amba Chatani (Mango Chutney) is a great accompaniment to many dishes. The process is quite simple and super easy to follow.
The Parwal Raita aka Dahi Potala is a delicious accompaniment made using curd and pointed gourd (parwal / potala).
The Pepper Sev is so crisp, flavorful snack for Diwali using besan, rice flour, and prominently flavored with black pepper. Also, this is a perfectly spicy and crunchy snack to serve with hot tea in the evening!
Bhogar Khichuri is the Bengali variant of Indian one-pot meal, khichdi prepared using roasted moong dal and fragrant gobindobhog rice. This is completely a niramish khichdi (vegetarian) as it is a Bhog / Prasad, also known as ‘Bhaja Mug Daler Khichuri’.
Bhapa Aloo is a super simple yet delicious side dish using potatoes coated with a mustard and coconut paste using steaming method.
Savory Semolina Modak with Hemp Seeds is a perfect fusion modak (NO Steaming) with savory twist using semolina aka sooji.
Just perfect treat to try on the upcoming Ganesh Chaturthi !
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.