Gift yourself this delectable dish dalma for the foodie in you. Loaded with nutrients, this Dalma is a great play of colorful veggies and simple ingredients that would satisfy any gourmet with its sheer uniqueness and flavor. Enjoy this traditional oriyan delight made during pujas and festivals and best served at temples as prasad.
Taler bora aka taler pitha is one of the most popular Bengali pitha recipes which is prepared in Bengali houses during the Janmashtami festival. Taal er bora is hugely popular in Bangladesh, West Bengal and Odisha. The fritters have the perfect outer crisp and are tender from the centre with a sweet taste and the amazing flavour of sugar palm and coconut. In this preparation, palm pulp is extracted from sugar palm. A batter is prepared with this extract, all-purpose flour, rice flour, grated coconut, sugar and then small portions of it are deep-fried till golden brown in colour. It is mostly served as snacks with tea but can be relished at any time of the day whenever hunger calls.
Pua pitha recipe is one of the easiest Bengali pitha recipes which is prepared in almost every Bengali house during “Poush Parbon”. Poa pitha is hugely popular in Bangladesh, West Bengal and Odisha. In this preparation, a batter is prepared with all-purpose flour, semolina and sugar and then small portions of it are deep fried till golden brown in colour. It is mostly served as snacks with tea, but it can be relished at any time of the day whenever hunger calls.
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Khira Gaintha is a traditional recipe from Odia cuisine. It is one of the Pitha varieties prepared in that state. It is usually made during festivities.