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dahi parwel

Dahi Parwel Dolma

  Pointed Gourd is otherwise known as Parwel and we call it as potal (in odiya). Pointed gourd is a must bring vegetable when in season. Except winter, it is available throughout the year.     In odiya cuisine there are a lot of dishes that can be made using parwel, starting from curries & […]

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fenugreek leaves rice

Methi Matar Pulao

  What comes to your mind when you hear about winter !!! Carrot halwa,Nimona, chikki, soup,mooli ke parathe, govi ke parathe etc. I eagerly wait for the winter so that I can enjoy all these above dishes. Winter season is everyone’s favorite because all the fresh greens are available like spinach, fenugreek, mustard leaves and […]

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Navratri special Pure Odiya Menu

  Durga pooja or ଦୁର୍ଗା ପୂଜା is a very special festival for Odiya people which is celebrated with utmost solemnity, gaiety and éclat. This festival is celebrated for 10 long days .Different pendals (stages) are decorated with light and Durga maa statue . These Stages can be found in every 100 meter. The main pooja […]

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Brussels Spout Spicy Curry

  Brussels sprouts are otherwise called as baby cabbages. The tiny shaped vegetable has many health benefits and as well as nutrients too. This vegetable tastes delicious if seasoned properly and cooked properly. Undercooking and over cooking of this vegetable destroys not only the nutrients, but the flavor, consistency, color and most noticeably, the aroma. […]

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Fresh green pea Curry

Nimona- Fresh Green pea Curry

    Nimona is a traditional north Indian curry considered as winter delight. It is a detectable curry of Awadhi cuisine. In winter only we get plenty of Fresh green peas, Nimona tastes best when made with firm fresh green peas. Though frozen peas can be used but with fresh green peas it tastes best. […]

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stuffed brinjal curry

Bharli Vangi (stuffed Brinjal)

    Do you love Eggplants ? Or you are one of them who don’t like Eggplants at all. Well you are not alone in this world who doesn’t like the taste of Eggplants. As we belong to Odiya-bengoli family we often  roast Brinjal directly on the gas flame then we mash it with green […]

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tahari / tahiri

Mix vegetable Tahiri

  The auspicious festival holi is now over.. I am sure… all my viewers had a lot of fun . We also celebrated holi with mawa gujhiya , thandai and green pea kachori . Yes of course without colour. Didn’t find gulal in Tamilnadu ,so celebrated only with food and flowers. After making lot of […]

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pongal

Sakkarai Pongal a.k.a Sweet pongal

  Happy Makar sakranti all of you. This sakranti is celebrated throughout India by different names. In eastern part of India this is known as Makar sakranti and Pousa parban, whereas in south this is called Pongal, in northern part this is known as Lohri . In few parts of India it is called as […]

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